The Court almost never rules in a way that limits federal power.
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We should always evaluate the legitimacy of a federal act in light of the original Constitution, not solely on the opinion of some long dead lawyers.
June 25, 2012. It’s hard to believe this date is here. Six years ago today, the idea for the Tenth Amendment Center was born.
What if the federal government passes a “law” and everyone ignores them or actively block its enforcement?
We need to return to the constitutional principles the United States was founded upon
Heritage Gets it Wrong. Again.
relying on members of the federal government to limit their own power is a losing proposition.
“We work for the same people.”
if we do nothing, it won’t be long before VIPR teams make a visit to your neighborhood sidewalk.
Section 1021 of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) purports to authorize the President to designate all persons — including U.S. Citizens found within the U.S — as enemy combatants, subject to the Law of War, including; Indefinite detention without trial or charge, transfer to foreign jurisdictions or entities (commonly known as extraordinary rendition), [...]
it is ironic to use Dr. King as an example to promote nullification and interposition…but valid.
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