Relying on the Supreme Court to be an impartial player in intergovernmental disputes is like relying on your ex’s Mother to be your mediator in your divorce settlement.
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Regimists try to demonize the idea of nullification, as they attempt to demonize all ideas that undermine centralized power, but that is not scaring libertarians, Tea Party people, and other dissidents. Lew Rockwell interviews Tom Woods…
What is the Tenth Amendment, and why should we care? Lew Rockwell interviews Michael Boldin
In this podcast, Sheriff Richard Mack talks about how the sheriffs in this country are indeed the ultimate law authority in their respective jurisdictions, how the sheriff has the power and responsiblity to defend his citizens against all enemies – foreign and domestic, and more
In this podcast, you’ll learn the history and the Constitutional basis for the principle of nullification – and how it’s an essential part of the American tradition.
In this podcast, Kevin Gutzman talks about the Incorporation Doctrine and why liberty is best protected under the founders’ vision of federalism.
In this podcast, you’ll learn not only the original meaning of the general Welfare clause, but where it’s gone, and why we need the limits it provides.
by Michael Boldin A recent article in the New York Times covered the growth of state-level resistance to a future national health care plan. For example, in 2010, voters in Arizona will have a chance to approve a state constitutional amendment that would effectively ban national health care in that state. Legislators in Florida and [...]
State Rep. Matthew Shea (WA-4th) “The decentralization of power, limited government, is a hallmark of our American institutions and our American system of government.”
In this podcast, Rob Natelson, recognized national expert on the framing and adoption of the United States Constitution, talks about how the Supreme Court allowed the Federal Government in the late 1930s to drastically change the way the US Constitution is interpreted, the Necessary and Proper clause and incidental powers, and more…
- Tenther Radio Episode #99: Government Gone Wild
- Tenther Radio Episode #98: Nullification Goes Mainstream
- Tenther Radio Episode #97: The Importance of Decentralization
- Tenther Radio Episode #96: The #NoDrones Movement is Growing
- Tenther Radio Episode #95: Real ID Backlash, and How to Enforce Nullification Bills