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…Details
Massachusetts State Legislator Jeff Perry on the principles of the Constitution as codified in law under the 10th Amendment.
Recently, Republican Congressman Tom Rooney from Florida’s 16th congressional district filed HR 1006, which is a statement of support for the 10th amendment to the Constitution. While I agree with Congressman Rooney that Congress should respect the 10th amendment and states’ rights, I find it disquieting that Congress needs to pass a bill that is…Details
Here’s a good article worth resurrecting, written by Tom DeWeese: During his six-year reign of terror, Bill Clinton has signed no less that 254 Executive Orders. To date, not one has been challenged by the United States Congress. Congressional silence has led Clinton to stronger, bolder action in his carefree drive to fulfill his liberal…Details
Mike Lee is a candidate for Senate in Utah. While I don’t know if I could ever go along with his “hug a legislator” idea (jokingly, of course), he certainly does a pretty good job of explaining the basics of the 10th here.
The following letter is from Louisiana State Senator, A.G. Crowe to all the other legislators in that state. He’s a 10th Amendment Pledge signer and author of SCR2, Louisiana’s State Sovereignty Resolution, which passed both houses in 2009. Linda and I want to take a moment to let you know that it is an honor…Details
Until we shed the skin of predictability and focus on the only entity that will successfully limit the overreach of the federal government, we will continue to lose our freedoms and liberties at breakneck speed. Become part of the growing liberty movement that is breaking the cycle of predictability and join us in executing the “The Paradigm Shift.”Details
In a recent letter to the editor, Sean Lowrie asks the essential question: We are debating health care nationally yet we don’t ask the central questions of liberty. Ask what is the cost, ask who will pay, ask what regulations and panels there will be, but never forget to ask “does this jive with liberty?”…Details