Today’s surveillance state is the very definition of unreasonable, and it’s up to us to rein it in.Details
When challenged on the federal government’s constitutional authority to create welfare programs, meddle in education or run a national healthcare system, progressives will almost always appeal to the “general welfare clause.”Details
Who decides when the federal government has acted outside of those delegated powers? Most Americans will quickly answer, “The Supreme Court, of course!” Thomas Jefferson emphatically disagreed, arguing that the states make the determination in the last resort. Jefferson pointed out the absurdity of a branch of the federal government determining the extent of the…Details
Despite any value you might find in legislation with arrest “teeth,” it becomes a liability when it guarantees failure.Details
Historical evidence shows that both Jefferson and Madison considered the Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions as a starting point, not the end game.Details
The supremacy of Supreme Court opinions in questions of constitutionality has evolved into an indisputable doctrine in the United States. Virtually nobody, particularly in the legal community, question the idea that the Court serves as the final decision maker when it comes to the Constitution. This view is nonsense.Details
Things just got a lot harder for Obamacare in Georgia.
Today, a law that bans the state from participating in significant portions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) went into full effect.Details