I recently appeared on “Probable Cause” with Newsbud founder and editor Sibel Edmonds to discuss the ongoing battle for “states’ rights” versus the federal government.Details
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his obsession with unconstitutional marijuana prohibition is a glaring reminder of the fact that we either demand restoration of our Ninth & Tenth Amendment authority, rights, and responsibilities no matter reconstructions’ adulteration, or finally dismantle the facade we use to hide our true governance; bureaucratic socialism.Details
Last week, the Supreme Court heard testimony on a case that could reinvigorate the Tenth Amendment of the Constitution. Surprisingly, it’s all about football and sports betting in the State of New Jersey. The results of Governor of New Jersey v. National Collegiate Athletic Association may have consequences for a range of issues, including gun control, medical/recreational marijuana, and healthcare.Details
American Federalism evolved out of lessons learned through the 18th century as a structure to protect and preserve liberty. But today, bureaucratic socialism controls our governing approach, and calls for a restoration of constitutional federalism are portrayed as ever more radical. Nevertheless, as one of the cornerstones of American federalism, the Tenth Amendment still offers a solution to the problem of overreaching government.Details
We have gotten to this point in American life. I predicted it when I wrote The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Founding Fathers.
If you admire the founding generation or the Constitution, you are “extreme.”Details
On Monday, I appeared on the Mike Siegel Show. It turned out to be one of the more frustrating and contentious interviews I’ve done in a while.Details
It is not often the Tenth Amendment gets mention during a legislative committee meeting. Even less often is it referred to accurately or in a positive way.
So, I was pleasantly surprised to see this occur at a Washington House Education Committee meeting discussing the role of the federal government in education during a presentation by Lee Posey, federal affairs counsel for National Conference of State Legislatures.Details
It seems like we can’t go one day without another fact-free, historically-illiterate, unhinged rant from MSNBC’s top Obama stooge Chris Matthews.
A recent screed took shots at nullification and featured all of the usual absurdities, tying it in with racists and confederates. Desperate to protect his lord and savior Obama during a time that his presidency is plagued with scandal and incompetency, he comes out with the all-too-familiar canard that anyone pushing back against his agenda is a ‘racist.’Details