It’s Our Job!

It’s Our Job!

Constitutions don’t enforce themselves. That means if the Constitution isn’t enforced, it’s not the Constitution’s fault. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tenth Amendment Center (@tenthamendmentcenter) For More Information A...
Paper Doors

Paper Doors

James Madison called constitutions “parchment barriers.” They are like paper doors – pretty useless for stopping anything — unless they are enforced. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tenth Amendment Center (@tenthamendmentcenter)...

Parchment Barriers With Teeth

Constitutions don’t enforce themselves. That’s why James Madison called constitutions “parchment barriers.” They need to be enforced. But there is a way to give parchment barriers “teeth.” Fact: The #Constitution will not enforce...

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