Tom Woods smashes the criticisms, and the critics.
How can any American really evaluate the state of the Union without understanding the foundation upon which that Union rests â€“ the Constitution?
Ron Paul asks – will a renewed interest in the constitution lead to a renewed adherence to it for every issue?
is the Congress the only institution of the federal government currently exercising legislative powers as required by the Constitution?
The debate in Congress over the extension of the Bush tax cuts has obscured the issue of government spending. After all, it is because members of Congress love to spend money that isnâ€™t theirs that we “need” an income tax to begin with.
With the 219th anniversary of the adoption of the document known as Bill of Rights only hours away, every American who has graduated from high school should be able to explain the original intent of the Amendments in ten minutes or less.
Did the Foundersâ€™ Constitution give Congress the power to restrict immigration? Or was this a subject reserved to the states?
“It is important to strengthen the State governments, and as this cannot be done by change in the Federal Constitution, it must be done by States themselves” -Thomas Jefferson
“Our Constitution encourages local governments to stand up when the federal government goes too far..These naked X-ray machines..constitute an unreasonable search,” which violates the Fourth Amendment.
St. George Tuckerâ€™s View of the Constitution of the United States was the first extended, systematic commentary on the Constitution after it had been ratified by the people of the several states and amended by the Bill of Rights.
For decades, using a tortured definition of â€œinterstate commerce,â€ Congress has claimed the authority to regulate, control, ban, or mandate virtually everything