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Selling Out the Constitution

Whenever we push for states to limit federal power, the opposition always responds with fear – fear of losing federal funding or jeopardizing the “federal partnerships.” All these people are doing is selling out the Constitution. State politicians...

This Is a Huge Problem

I got an email the other day from a guy who asked if I was retired. This illustrates a huge problem. “Hope all is well with you. Are you still around? Are you still involved in the nullification movement?  Are you retired? Haven’t heard much about the 10th...

What’s With My Obsession With the Original Meaning of the Constitution?

An emailer asked me an interesting question: what “the obsession with the original intent of the Founders?” There are really two reasons I care about originalism: rule of law and decentralization. One person making the rules for 300+ million is dangerous...

Bad Economics and Another Federal Power Grab

With Joe Biden in the White House and the Democrats controlling both houses of Congress, it looks increasingly like we’re going to get a $15 per hour federal minimum wage. Wage controls are not only bad economics; they are yet another unconstitutional federal...

States Don’t Need a Reason

The Supreme Court has consistently held that state and local governments don’t have to enforce federal laws or implement federal programs. This is known as the anti-commandeering doctrine. People have become more aware of this important state power, but a lot of...

Biden Window Dressing on Police Militarization Programs

President Joe Biden apparently wants to reinstate some Obama-era limits on police militarization. But the fact is, they are nothing but window dressing. Federal "limits" on police militarization program have been little more than window dressing. It's...

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