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The 10th Amendment Movement: A Revolution in Thought

The 10th Amendment Movement: A Revolution in Thought

A radical Change in the “Principles, Opinions, Sentiments and Affection of the People” was the real American Revolution of the 18th century. Are we witnessing the very early beginnings of a new radical change today? Maybe, but as Samuel Adams made clear, it will...

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Remembering The Chancellor: Robert R. Livingston

Remembering The Chancellor: Robert R. Livingston

While most people today never heard his name, if you were alive at the time of the founding, you definitely knew "The Chancellor," Robert R. Livingston, who passed away today in history - Feb 26, 1813. Get a highlight reel of his life - from the Declaration of...

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An “All or Nothing” Approach is Bad for Liberty

An “All or Nothing” Approach is Bad for Liberty

Have you ever been attacked as a "statist" because something you support to expand liberty - in a big or small way - doesn’t "go far enough?" Join the club - we’ve heard this kind of thing from a subset of libertarians for years. But their all-or-nothing approach not...

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State-Federal Task Forces and the National Police State

State-Federal Task Forces and the National Police State

Through the proliferation of joint law enforcement task forces, the federal government is creating a national police force that operates in a legal twilight zone with little or no oversight. Path to Liberty: February 22, 2021 Subscribe: Apple | Spotify |...

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Federal Minimum Wage and the Constitution

Federal Minimum Wage and the Constitution

The feds have no delegated power to impose wage controls under the original, legal meaning of the Constitution. Federal supremacists will quickly point to the commerce clause. But that constitutional argument for a federal minimum wage is as ignorant as the economic...

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The Founders Were Students of History, Not Prophets

The Founders Were Students of History, Not Prophets

While many warnings from the founding generation might seem prophetic today - they were usually based on an intense study of history and human nature. On this episode, some of the best predictions/warnings, an overview of what the Founders studied, and quotes from...

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Category: 10th Amendment

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Category: Nullification Essentials

Can Local Governments Nullify State Law?

Can Local Governments Nullify State Law?

States - and their political subdivisions (local governments) - have a broad range of tools to undermine, reject, resist and ...
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Top Five Lies About Nullification

Top Five Lies About Nullification

We hear them over, and over, and over again - the same, tired, worn out misconceptions or downright lies about ...
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Relying on Elections is a Bad Strategy

Relying on Elections is a Bad Strategy

This week's election - like every one in modern times - is being touted as a "critical" vote, or even ...
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Category: Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Not all Sanctuaries are Cut from the Same Cloth

Not all Sanctuaries are Cut from the Same Cloth

Recently, there has been an increase in efforts to create a type of 2A sanctuary city. But, while it's in ...
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Bump Stocks: Will the People Nullify the Ban?

Bump Stocks: Will the People Nullify the Ban?

When the ATF published the final rule banning bump stocks in Dec. 2018, estimates showed there were as many as ...
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Red Flag: "Oppose a Disease at its Beginning"

Red Flag: “Oppose a Disease at its Beginning”

With the idea of a federal "red flag" law passing gaining support in Washington D.C., we're told that this would ...
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Category: In the Founders’ Words

Centralization is the Problem, not the Solution

Centralization is the Problem, not the Solution

The Founders universally opposed “consolidation” - or centralization of government power - as dangerous and destructive to liberty. Patrick Henry, ...
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How to Deal with Unconstitutional Acts: Advice from the Founders

How to Deal with Unconstitutional Acts: Advice from the Founders

Most people think the way to deal with the feds is - march on the capitol, vote the bums out, ...
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Factions: Warnings from 8 Leading Founders

Factions: Warnings from 8 Leading Founders

A "frightful despotism," one of the "greatest evils," and more. Learn what eight leading founders had to say about "factions." ...
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Category: Federal Courts

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Category: Police State

The TAPS Act, Predictive Policing, and a PreCrime Dystopian Nightmare?

The TAPS Act, Predictive Policing, and a PreCrime Dystopian Nightmare?

If you’ve seen the film minority report - or read the Philip K Dick short story it’s based on, you’re ...
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Liars: Police Make False Claims About Asset Forfeiture

Liars: Police Make False Claims About Asset Forfeiture

Law enforcement lobbyists always oppose asset forfeiture reform, generally relying on the claim that seizing people’s stuff serves as a ...
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Category: Nullification Strategy

What Needs to be Done: A Winning Mindset for Liberty

What Needs to be Done: A Winning Mindset for Liberty

A true revolutionary movement is a revolution of thought - which leads to actions that bring change. Here are the ...
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Tools for Liberty: Top 3 Reasons I'm on Board with Bitcoin and Crypto

Tools for Liberty: Top 3 Reasons I’m on Board with Bitcoin and Crypto

Working to advance liberty means coming up with practical solutions to protect yourself from government power. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency ...
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End Qualified Immunity from the Bottom Up

End Qualified Immunity from the Bottom Up

While states can't end a federally-imposed legal fiction on their own, a new state law to reform the practice can ...
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Category: Essential History

The Dangers of Consolidation: Antifederalist Brutus No. 1

The Dangers of Consolidation: Antifederalist Brutus No. 1

Whether they supported or opposed the Constitution - virtually everyone at the time of ratification was in agreement on at ...
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Resistance: Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress (Oct. 19, 1765)

Resistance: Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress (Oct. 19, 1765)

In what was an unprecedented display of colonial unity for the time, thirty-seven delegates from nine colonies gathered in October ...
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How the Emergency of 1929 and its Aftermath Revolutionized America

How the Emergency of 1929 and its Aftermath Revolutionized America

The stock market crash in 1929 and its aftermath provide an excellent example of how an emergency or crisis can ...
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Category: Surveillance

Patriot Act Renewal: A Bipartisan Attack on Liberty Since Day One

Patriot Act Renewal: A Bipartisan Attack on Liberty Since Day One

With another so-called federal "shutdown" looming, a measure to fund the feds for another 3 months just passed the House ...
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DNA: New Precedent for Government Access?

DNA: New Precedent for Government Access?

Privacy experts are saying a warrant in Florida to allow police to search a massive DNA database could act as ...
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The Growing Transportation Surveillance Control Grid

The Growing Transportation Surveillance Control Grid

A bill introduced in the U.S. House would create a real-time national driver surveillance program that would allow law enforcement ...
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Category: War Powers

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Category: Asset Forfeiture

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Category: Nullification Movement

Status Report: Facial Recognition Resistance Growing in Cities and States

Status Report: Facial Recognition Resistance Growing in Cities and States

With government and corporate partners aggressively pushing for facial recognition everywhere - airports, public places, police body cams and more ...
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Category: Federal Reserve

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