Isnâ€™t it time that Governors and state Attorneys General stopped wasting our precious time and money playing these silly legal games, grow a spine, and actually fulfill the oath they took to support and defend the Constitution, including the Tenth Amendment?
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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.
“Iâ€™m fighting back to provide jobs and economic stability to my state by using the very tool the founders gave us as state legislators, the 10th Amendment.â€
Despite decades of usurped authority, the constitutional reality is that the federal government was nowhere delegated the power to regulate intrastate commerce
U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson stopped a leak, but didn’t clean up the flooding…
Did the Foundersâ€™ Constitution give Congress the power to restrict immigration? Or was this a subject reserved to the states?
This is not rocket-science. You cannot have a Constitutional rule of law with inconsistent, flexible rules like the courts use.
For decades, using a tortured definition of â€œinterstate commerce,â€ Congress has claimed the authority to regulate, control, ban, or mandate virtually everything
Federal Health Insurance Mandates: Why You Canâ€™t Oppose them and Support Federal Marijuana Bans at the Same Time.
Over the years, the Supreme Court, Congress and the Executive have egregiously misinterpreted and progressively broadened the original and intentionally narrow meaning the Framers attached to both the Commerce Clause and the Necessary and Proper Clause.
There is no power granted to the federal government to ban the sales of raw milk. Iâ€™ve read the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, and I never saw it mentioned in there. The very idea, by the way, would have seemed bizarre (and downright stupid) by our nationâ€™s founders, many of whom actually operated farms and drank raw milk themselves.