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Why the States must Nullify the National Voter Registration Act Now!

By Publius Huldah From the earliest days of our Republic, 1 some years before our federal Constitution of 1787 was ratified; 2 the Citizens of the States determined the qualifications ...

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Where were all the Constitution’s defenders when the feds raised the smoking age?

January 11, 2020 Commerce Clause / Constitution 0

By: Rob Natelson On December 20, President Trump signed legislation purporting to impose a single national age of 21 for selling tobacco products. Obviously, the measure reduces the freedom of ...

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Don’t Trust Government

By: Michael Boldin Don’t trust government. And don’t trust politicians. That can’t be repeated often enough. Unfortunately, it seems that most people trust politicians – depending on the issue or ...

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

November 22, 2019 Congress / Constitution / DHS 0

By: Michael Boldin With another so-called federal “shutdown” looming, a measure to fund the feds for another 3 months just passed the House. Expect it to pass the Senate and ...

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Should we interpret the Constitution so the feds can oversee everything affecting more than one state?

By: Rob Natelson The Constitution lists powers it grants to the federal government, reserving the rest in the states and the people. Over the last few decades, some federal powers—particularly ...

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Stare Decisis: Precedent vs the Constitution

November 20, 2019 Constitution / Judiciary / Supremacy 0

By: Michael Boldin As the founders widely understood, the Constitution is supreme. And it remains supreme even if the opinion of the Supreme Court contradicts it.

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My Dream Congressman

by: Jim Lewis First, congress is made up of two bodies, the house of representatives and the senate, so the person I will be describing could be in either body. ...

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Did Founder James Wilson oppose the Electoral College and favor “National Popular Vote?”

By: Rob Natelson James Wilson of Pennsylvania (1742-98) was one of the most influential of the Constitution’s framers. Some scholars rank him as second only to James Madison.  Wilson was ...

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How Judges Ignore the Constitution on the Right to Keep & Bear Arms

Ammoland Inc. Posted on November 18, 2019 by Dean Weingarten "... In the U.S. Constitutional system, there is a remedy. The remedy is to elect a President who appoints the judges, a President who ...

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Taylor and Jefferson on Secession

By Brion McClanahan on Nov 6, 2019 One of the most enduring myths of American history centers on the “compact theory” of the Constitution. According to the standard interpretation, Thomas Jefferson and his ...

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