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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.
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…
As Jefferson wrote in the Kentucky resolutions of 1798 â€“ the people of this country are not united on a principle of unlimited submission to their general government.
Mark Edge, co-host of the syndicated radio show Free Talk Live, joins us to talk about the Free State Project in New Hampshire as decentralization in practice, moving towards smaller government on a state level, spreading liberty around the country by example, and more…
Thomas J. DiLorenzo, published author and senior fellow at the Mises Institute, discusses the principle of nullification as a devolution of power away from the central government into the hands of the state or the people, Thomas Jefferson and the Kentucky Resolves as resistance to the Alien and Sedition Acts in 1798, ways nullification was put into practice all across the Union in the early days of the Republic and more…
In this week’s podcast, Paul Armentano, Deputy Director of NORML discusses the unconstitutional nature of the war on marijuana, the history of marijuana prohibition in the U.S., the commerce clause as a federal excuse to regulate and prohibit various activities 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