Don’t Trust the Media or their “Experts” on the Constitution

The media loves to trot out college professors as a way to shoot down every attempt to resist federal power. They’re cited as experts, and they almost always favor more federal power. Today we’ll cover a common example which shows they often don’t have a clue what they’re talking about.

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Media Paranoia over Government Shutdown

The fear generated by media use of the words “government shutdown” is amazing.  The hysteria peddlers using this terminology, and the media that purposely play to it, must know these two words emit such an extreme emotional response.  It appears designed to frighten the least informed against the other political party, thus the terminology.

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TAC’s Campaign to Shut Down NSA Resources Gets Coverage at BBC News

Yesterday, the Tenth Amendment Center‘s project to shut down resources to NSA spying – like water and electricity – was given a full report in BBC News. This is huge. We have two important things to note: 1. Not once did they say “you can’t do this.” In fact, one of the claims of opposition…

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My Comments to a Huffington Post Reporter about Efforts to Nullify Federal Gun Control

Question from reporter by email: Hi, I’m a reporter with the Huffington Post and I wanted to get your thoughts on the Montana bill that recently passed the House that seeks to nullify a potential gun ban, as well as similar bills in other states you are tracking. I wanted to get your sense on how many of these bills are out there, and some context on whether this is anything new or part of an existing nullification movement.

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Fox Business: States Rebel Against Federal Government

On an episode of his Cavuto on Business show on the Fox Business Network last week, Neil Cavuto spoke with former governor and presidential candidate Gary Johnson. Cavuto noted, as was sent to the media in a recent Tenth Amendment Center press release, that states are considering over 200 bills to push back against federal power. He asked Johnson why so many states are rebelling against the federal government and why that number has increased so dramatically in recent years.

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