Rep. Zach Wamp has been campaigning on state sovereignty, the Tenth Amendment, and “meeting the feds at the border” when they overstep their constitutional bounds. Yet again, Rep. Wamp’s actions speak louder than words, as in the same breath as he is talking state sovereignty he also brags about legislation that he co-authored which introduces [...]
“Securing the Blessings of Liberty: An Examination of the United States Constitution” is a class on the Constitution by Richard Church. Class was presented by the Stevens Point, WI Campaign for Liberty Meetup Group and arranged by Corey Kealiher.
A key factor in successfully defending our American heritage and Constitution is discussion. We can study, we can fight, we can argue yet nothing will move forward without people willingly listening to one another and growing their mutual understanding through discussion and debate. Those opposing federalism and a free will approach to government fear people [...]
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 [...]
While we could easily add more, this list is pretty much the ultimate guide for you – read them at your convenience and leave questions in the form of a comment, so we can discuss.
Andy Harris on the 10th Amendment as it applies to a number of modern concerns – education, bailouts, health care and more.
“Somebody ought to do something!” “I’m tired of shouting at my TV but what am I to do? Write a letter? Send an email? A fax? What for? “They” don’t care about us and they’re not listening!” “What are we supposed to do?” Sound familiar? Well, Patriots, there’s not one thing you can do—there are [...]
Virginia Foxx, who represents the 5th Congressional District of North Carolina in the U.S. House of Representatives, is on the right track on education and the 10th Amendment: The federal government’s involvement in education illustrates what happens when Washington gets too big. First, let’s have a show of hands. How many teachers and parents love [...]
A pretty decent educational video (I believe for high school students or younger), far better than most government-school texts… (h/t Derek Sheriff)
It seems to me that after years and years of government-run education, people in this country just can’t understand that everything – in some way – in the Constitution, was meant as a way to limit government power. Not the other way around.