Where do we go from here? In a world where the constitution seems to have lost it’s power to restrain the Federal Government from constant encroachments on state sovereignties, it seems a daunting task to restore the proper balance. In this article, I intend to explore a fantasy of sorts and contrast it to the…Details
Can we finally agree that in general, “Obama” isn’t at issue and we could honestly care less who he is or what he supposedly represents, or where he was born for that matter. I’m honestly disgusted and more than tired of the name calling in response to opposition to democratic ideas. What are you people…Details
by Harry Browne This article was originally published on December 12, 2002. For more Harry Browne archives, visit www.harrybrowne.org Dec. 15 should be a national holiday. No, it’s not Earth Day, or Martin Luther King Day, or Flag Day, or Beat-Up-Some-Third-World-Country Day. It’s Bill of Rights Day. If there were to be only one holiday…Details
Sheriff Mack on a statewide tour with Debra Medina addresses people in Seguin Texas and explains the States Rights Supreme Court Victory he won against the Clinton administration.
The Constitution specifies only three federal crimes-treason, piracy, and counterfeiting. So whether you think performing OR preventing an abortion is a crime – it’s still something that the federal government is not authorized to deal with. State Constitutions in California, Connecticut and elsewhere have a greater protection for the ability to have an abortion than…Details
On the nature of government, few in history have really hit the nail on the head better than the late, great Austrian, Ludwig von Mises: The government says to the citizen, Pay taxes or my armed constables will imprison you. A state or a government is an apparatus of coercion and compulsion. Within the territory…Details
Russell D. Longcore wrote a a fantastic article at LewRockwell.com on how the 50 states often act like slaves to the federal government. Here’s an excerpt: According to Wikipedia, the “Stockholm Syndrome” is a psychological response sometimes seen in abducted hostages, in which the hostage shows signs of loyalty to the hostage-taker, regardless of the…Details
Tim Bishop (D-NY) doesn’t believe that the Constitution was intended to do what the Founders and Ratifiers intended it to do (limit the power of government). Watch this video and get his version of the Constitution: