For Immediate Release: Feb. 4, 2013 Washington state lawmakers will consider bipartisan legislation that would block any cooperation with attempts to indefinitely detain U.S. citizens or lawful resident aliens in Washington without due process under sections written into the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act. If passed, the law would also make it a class C [...]
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This clause is not recursive. Only one level of implication from an explicit power is allowed.
“Hey, Dave! Joe Biden is on the phone. He wants to thank you on behalf of President Obama for your support,” Tenth Amendment Center executive director Michael Boldin said. “Maybe Long should consider switching parties. The Republican platform emphatically declares ‘that those powers not enumerated to the federal government are reserved to the states and to the people,’ and it talks about the importance of personal liberty and freedom. But I guess Dave doesn’t really believe all that stuff. Politicians will say anything to get elected these days.”
Judge Nap asks the question few dare to touch…
by William Norman Grigg “You look depressed.” “I was lamenting. I’ve lost my innocence.” “You lost that some time ago. If you’ve only just noticed, it can’t have been very important to you.” Exchange between Thomas Cromwell – the Machiavellian Lord Chancellor of England – and Richard Rich, an ambitious functionary who had sold his [...]
Editor’s Note: This scholarly study, “The Original Meaning of an Omission: The Tenth Amendment, Popular Sovereignty and “Expressly” Delegated Power,” by Kurt T. Lash, is one of the finest examples of Tenth Amendment research available. It was published in 2008 in the Notre Dame Law Review, which allows individuals and non-profit institutions to distribute it [...]
Across U.S., states consider nullifying unconstitutional acts
So there you have it: What’s a little Constitution between friends?
State-based insurance exchanges — or the lack thereof
A classic from Harry Browne
Judge Napolitano on the unconstitutional FISA and “patriot” act.
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