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Sometimes Big Things Start With Small Things

The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions of 1798 formalized resistance to the unconstitutional Alien and Sedition Acts and laid out the principles of nullification. But there were important actions at the local level that preceded the resolutions and galvanized support...

An Anniversary That Should Be Mourned: The Federal Reserve Act

Dec. 23 is an important anniversary. But it’s one that should be mourned, not celebrated. On this date in 1913, the Pres. Woodrow Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Act into law. The Federal Reserve is the engine the drives the biggest and most powerful...

Getting Mad for the Wrong Reason

Congress finally got around to passing another coronavirus stimulus bill. A lot of people are mad. But they’re mad for the wrong reason. Here's a dirty little secret: The feds are broke – all their spending is on borrowed money, and you'll have to...

Stopping Unconstitutional Federal Garbage

James Madison gave us a Christmas present. On Dec. 21, 1798, the Virginia House passed the Virginia Resolutions of 1798. We're with James Madison: A "refusal to cooperate with officers of the Union" is the path to bring down unconstitutional federal...


The federal government commits all kinds of unconstitutional acts. Your response might be…”Yeah, and?” In other words, what are you going to do about it? Words on paper can't – and will never – enforce themselves.#10thAmendment...

Necessity! The Argument of Tyrants

Virtually every time I protest an unconstitutional act by the federal government, I’m told that there was no choice. That act was “necessary.” William Pitt had a pretty harsh view of this “necessity” argument. When government people tell...

Concordia res parvae crescunt

Small things grow great by concord...

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