Professor Rob Natelson of the University of Montana School of Law is an expert on the framing and adoption of the United States Constitution. He was recently interviewed by Dori Monson on NewsTalk 97.3 FM in Seattle – it’s definitely worth the listen.
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The Founding Fathers understood that a one-size-fits-all approach just doesnâ€™t work, especially in a country the size of America, and it certainly doesnâ€™t work for Texas. Our economic strength, compared to the federal budget mess and other statesâ€™ troubles, is evidence that Texans know whatâ€™s best for Texas.
Kevin Gutzman: noted Constitutional Scholar, University Professor and the best-selling author of “The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution” will be appearing on the Lou Dobbs show on CNN on Wednesday 04-15-09 – the estimated time is 7:30PM Eastern.
One of the stupidest attacks on advocates of the Tenth Amendment that Iâ€™ve recently seen was written by Brian Hicks and published in The (Charleston) Post and Courier
On April 9, 2009, Wisconsin State Senators Leibham, Lazich, Darling, Grothman, Harsdorf and Schultz introduced Senate Resolution 6 (SR6) to claim “sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the U.S.Constitution” Read the full text of the resolution [...]
Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday joined state Rep. Brandon Creighton and sponsors of House Concurrent Resolution (HCR) 50 in support of statesâ€™ rights under the 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
On 04-09-09, the Indiana Senate passed Senate Resolution 42 (SR0042) to claim “sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the Constitution of the United States.”
On April 7, 2009, the North Dakota House of Representatives passed House Concurrent Resolution 59 (HR59) “affirming North Dakota’s sovereignty under the 10th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States and to demand the federal government halt its practice of assuming powers and imposing mandates on the states for purposes not enumerated in the Constitution of the United States.”
On April 6, 2009, the Alaska House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed House Joint Resolution 27 (HJR27) which “claims sovereignty for the state under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the Constitution of the United States”
On April 1, 2009, the Georgia State Senate passed Resolution 632 (SR632) “Affirming states’ rights based on Jeffersonian principles.” The vote was a resounding 43-1, with 12 not voting or excused. Here’s the tally.