Chuck DeVore and Michael Boldin Talk State Sovereignty

At Sunday’s Tenth Amendment Forum in Woodland Hills, US Senate candidate Chuck DeVore and Tenth Amendment Center founder Michael Boldin delivered speeches on state sovereignty and the Tenth Amendment. DeVore explained why politicans must stand behind the constitution with consistency, even when they disagree with the social policy that might result. Boldin covered nullification- in…

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Comments on 10th Amendment legislation miss the point

Yesterday there was an article in the Desert News about this year’s legislative session, Carl Wimmer, and the Patrick Henry Caucus has some fair insights. There is even a comment by the House Minority Assistant Whip (can these titles of nobility get any more stretched?) Carol Moss (D – Holladay) that was right on the…

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Public Education and the 10th Amendment

A local (really good) blog, Holly on the Hill, ran a piece two days ago about Utah’s 10th Amendment rights.  Among the replies were some progressive thinkers not entirely enthusiastic about the efforts under way to restore Utah sovereignty (shock).  One, who goes by initials JBT, asked the following; I am asking the conservative readers of this…

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Utah Legislators Call for Fiscal Federalism

Tea partiers take note: at the forefront of any effort to reduce the size of the federal government should be the devolvement of federal programs to the states. Achieving this may seem like mission impossible given the states’ addiction to federal money. However, there are signs that the idea of returning the relationship between the…

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