NY Times Dislikes Anti-Government Movement

The serfs pause in picking the regime’s crops. They raise their heads, and look piercingly at the handsome tax-eater castle on the hill, and wonder about the justice of their plight. The tax-eaters, always unsure of their control over the serfs anyway, grow more nervous, and one of their house organs, the NY Times, expresses…

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The Real Truth About the 10th Amendment Movement

Every level of centralized government that is broken down gives average Americans more control over what they put in their bodies, where they go and how they choose to spend their earnings. Every layer of authoritarian control traps within it a bevy of natural rights and we are quite simply empowering average people to take back what is their birthright.

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Obama is not lying, but he thinks he is.

All the pundits are blasting Obama for his comments this week declaring similarities between the momentum that brought him the Presidency and the momentum that brought Scott Brown to the Senate. Obama said: “Here’s my assessment of not just the vote in Massachusetts but the mood around the country: The same thing that swept Scott…

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Is Liberty Doomed?

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…

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Virginia 10th Amendment Rally Draws 2,400 to the Capitol Grounds

Yesterday, I joined a record-breaking Lobby Day crowd of Virginians at the steps of the bell tower on Richmond’s Capitol Grounds. I had the privilege to be one of the speakers who addressed the gathering on topics like the Tenth Amendment and its fundamental importance in our American system of divided sovereignty. They didn’t need…

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More than 500 attend 10th Amendment Rally in Missouri

From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: More than 500 people flooded the Capitol rotunda Wednesday calling for more states’ rights and less government. State legislators touted their beliefs on states’ rights to those gathered from across the state, the majority from the St. Louis area. Many of the attendees said they were disheartened by the direction…

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