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...

What Are You Doing to Stop Federal Overreach?

People like to blame the Constitution for the overreaching federal government we have today. I’ve always found this to be a little silly. After all, a constitution can’t enforce itself. When people blame the Constitution for federal tyranny, they are...

We Need to Enforce the Contract

Imagine if you and I had a contract but I constantly violated the terms. If you never did anything to enforce the contract, would that be the contract’s fault? Of course not. That’s the same problem we have with the federal government It’s not the...

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