While the preamble does not tell us anything about the extent of government power, it does reveal to us where that power comes from.Details
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
Any act or set of acts which renders a law null, void or just unenforceable.
You’ll find plenty to read, watch, and listen to on this website. This is our educational component. But we’re not just here for discussion, we’re here for action. We work to effectuate the principles we believe in, and have a long term strategy to do so.
Standing for the Constitution and Liberty!
Thank you for stopping by the Tenth Amendment Center, the nation’s leading source for constitutional education and nullification activism. While the establishment left and right continue to expand federal power, our goal is straightforward. The Constitution: Every issue, every time. No exceptions, no excuses.
TAC works towards this goal in two ways: education and activism. We seek to teach people about the original meaning of the Constitution. And, we lead powerful grassroots coalitions to use nullification as a means to block federal overreach.
The key is and always has been nullification.Details
The following post is excerpted from the script for Nullify: Season 1. Watch all the videos from this series at this link – and Become a member here to support the TAC. JAMES MADISON When ratification of the Constitution was still up in the air, James Madison and others wrote a series of papers about how…Details
On May 14, 1787, delegates from the several states convened in Philadelphia, forming a convention with the initial aim of proposing amendments to the Articles of Confederation.Details
Due process is regarded as a fundamental right articulated the Fifth Amendment. Yet, controversy exists as to who, where, and under what circumstances, this right exists.Details
Most Americans reflexively assume the federal government has absolute control over immigration matters. But James Madison’s response to America’s first immigration crisis casts doubt on this idea.Details
James Madison’s Blueprint
The “Father of the Constitution” taught us just what to do to effectively resist unconstitutional or unpopular federal acts. 4 steps you should take in your state today.
30 Enumerated Powers
The federal government is only authorized to exercise those powers delegated to it in the constitution…and nothing more.
The Rosa Parks Method
She taught us all how to deal with laws that are unconstitutional, immoral, or unjust. Saying no can change the world.
A Tenther Marketing Plan
Liberty efforts ultimately fail not because they reject establishment ideas, but because they continue to limit themselves to establishment-endorsed tactics.
Nullification in One Lesson
In order to best-understand what Nullification IS, you should first understand some things nullification is NOT.