We need to resist the impulse to centralize power – even when we think it might serve our immediate ends. As most people understand, monopolies rarely serve the best interests of their customers in the long run.
Author Archive | Mike Maharrey
Sometimes, support for state action to block unconstitutional acts springs up in the most unlikely of places. Take this gem from a former Washington D.C. prosecutor who admits he “just about always sided with the United States in circumstances in which the states have tried to preempt the federal government.” Jeffery Shapiro agrees that states should not enforce any federal acts violating the Second Amendment.
Federal supremacists apparently find the whole “civics lesson” theme clever.
Without some way to hold federal power in check, we end up not with a limited government, possessing enumerated powers, but an indefinite one, subject to particular exceptions.
Ladies and gentleman, nullification just became the majority opinion.
One state can create issues for the feds. If multiple states refuse to comply with unconstitutional federal actions, they can stop D.C. in its tracks.
Florida state and local law enforcement agencies utilizing drones will now do so under carefully prescribed limits.
On Thursday, Gov. Rick Scott signed The Freedom from Unwarranted Surveillance Act into law.
“I like privacy,” he said.
For Immediate Release: April 23, 2013 Pennsylvania Tenth Amendment Center legal analyst Benjamin Gross was just blocks away when the first bomb detonated at the Boston Marathon finish line, giving him a unique perspective on that day and its aftermath. About an hour before two explosions ripped through the heart of the city, Gross finished [...]
“we can stop being terrorized and hold fast to our founding principles – those fundamental values that make America truly great.”
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback signed the Second Amendment Protection Act Tuesday, nullifying a wide range of federal attacks on the right to keep and bear arms in the state of Kansas. “Sam Brownback just told Barack Obama, ‘Bring it on!’ The new Kansas law is the strongest and most sweeping defense of the right to keep and bear arms thus far in the entire country,” Tenth Amendment Center executive director Michael Boldin said.
From Patriot, to NDAA and drones, the war is on YOU.