The Constitution isn’t just for conservatives, it isn’t just for liberals – it’s for all of us.
Former Texas Solicitor General Ted Cruz remarks at the launch of the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Center for Tenth Amendment Studies.
“There are some things the federal government should do here in Washington…but there are a lot of things that state and local governments and the people can do for themselves. We want to make sure that we empower people so that takes place.”
The Bill of Rights also known as the First Ten Amendments to the Constitution were ratified by the states on December 15, 1791 The states having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be…Details
Matt Taibbi nails it on the problem of partisan support for the Constitution, which we see from all comers these days: The reason I really respect the Ron Paul people is that they’re consistent on all of these things. If they don’t want the government telling you you can’t buy a gun, they also don’t…Details
From the DailyCaller: A just-released memo from the Congressional Research Service (CRS) raises fresh constitutional concerns about a provision in President Obama’s health-care law that could impose tens of millions of dollars in fines on Congress, state and local governments. …The new memo from Congress’s research arm states that state and local governments would be…Details
In part two of our Tenth Amendment Forum coverage, we focus on California Gubernatorial candidate Chelene Nightingale. Like the Ron Paul presidential campaign three years ago, Nightingale’s message has resonated in social and alternative media. CATAC’s Bryce Shonka followed Nightingale with the event’s final statement. Behind the Tenth Amendment Forum was a collaboration between Gene…Details