The Constitution prescribes the rules about how the United States is to enter a war, and the Obama administration has violated those rules.
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I predict that Arizona’s SB 1178 will startle our overlords in Washington, DC and deeply offend them in much the same way that the immigration act, SB 1070, did.
It’s time for ThinkProgress and others who love federal power to start telling the truth – even though they probably never will
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?
If the denial to the federal government of any undelegated power is indeed a truism, then why has that entity repeatedly exercised authority for powers it was never given by the states?
Has anyone ever refused to answer a question from a federal inquisitor on Tenth Amendment grounds? I don’t know, but I’d love to hear it from Roger Clemens…
Whenever the people who make up the federal government, either as individuals, as departments or as branches, exercise power not expressly delegated to them as specified in the Constitution, they are usurping the authority of either the states or the people.
With its recent ruling in US v Comstock, the Supreme Court shows us that it takes liberty lightly
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