No. Rob Natelson gives another founding era lesson.
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Rob Natelson gives an important lesson on N&P
The bottom line is that we have to scale back the size and scope of government.
The evil trap is the anti-Republican idea that every four years we must vote for, and then quietly tolerate, a kingly, all-powerful president.
New II Issue Paper Rebuts Myth that Citizen Review of Laws and Taxes Violates the Republican Form
A Fine Survey of Divided Sovereignty in America
it was the courage and resolve of common, everyday people that carried the day.
The historical record was clear that only the states, not Congress, were to govern campaign practices and finance. The states duly proceeded to do so through their criminal codes, their election laws, and their rules pertaining to slander and libel.
The US Constitution was designed to accomplish two goals: Form a government vigorous enough to conduct the affairs of the nation (overcome the limitations of the Articles of Confederation), yet limited enough so that it did not endanger the rights of its citizens or encroach upon the sovereign powers of the States (other than those expressly delegated to it by them).
The Supreme Court’s Citizens United Corporate Campaign case Should Be Controversial. But Not for the Reason You Think
Another Bulwark Crumbles
- 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