Nursing Industry Proves We Don’t Need Feds to Regulate Everything

Americans have an obsession with centralizing regulatory functions in the federal government. Whether it be environmental, business or safety regulations, people reflexively turn to D.C. Most Americans believe only uniform dictates from the feds can adequately regulate various professions and industries. But the field of nursing proves this assumption wrong.

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Obama Versus the States

A recent article by Governing suggests that despite initial signs of cooperation between state governors and the federal government at the beginning of President Obama’s administration, for the last eight years they’ve been mostly at odds with one another. However, the article also demonstrates that Obama’s efforts to usurp state authority are not unique to his…

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Democrats and Republicans Alike Get the Supremacy Clause Wrong

When the issue of federal power over states’ rights come into the forefront, Democrats are quick to cite the supremacy clause as beyond debate.  Yet, Republicans often use the same talking points.  When GOP policies need that extra “federal muscle,” Republicans imitate their political opponents and claim federal law as supreme without question.

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‘Conservatives’ Remain Shamefully Silent on Unconstitutional Federal Gaming Ban

The strength of the movement to reinvigorate the Tenth Amendment comes from the states and not from Washington, DC where, unfortunately, even those who wrap themselves in the Constitution often fall short in their defense of it. That is especially true when political allies and campaign supporters demand the federal government “do something,” even it tramples on the Tenth Amendment. That’s exactly what is happening with the campaign to outlaw Internet gaming.

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