Our Founders recognized that one-size-fits-all government is really one-size-fits-none government.
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The sovereignty movement is feared and ridiculed for its independence by weak minded men who consider themselves intelligent, but are really nothing more than altar boys for the State.
good intentions do not justify ignoring the plain meaning of the Constitution. Pragmatism should never trump principles.
Has anyone ever refused to answer a question from a federal inquisitor on Tenth Amendment grounds? I don’t know, but I’d love to hear it from Roger Clemens…
The role of our American government has been blurred, bent, and breached. The rights endowed to us by our creator must be restored.
The merest glance at Americaâ€™s founding suggests that no one really wanted full-bore elective despotism…
A major goal of our Constitution and Bill of Rights is to limit government power. National health care proposals would increase that power greatly.
The founders believed in distributed government. They expressed the idea that wherever possible, problems and disputes should be addressed locally.
Phil Russo and Jason Hoyt of TeaPartyPatriotsLive.com (660 WORL-AM: Orlando, FL), interview Michael Boldin on the 10th Amendment, the nature of rights vs privileges, enumerated and implied powers, the proper role of the federal government, and more.
One amendment has been totally ignored by our political leaders. The forgotten amendment is the tenth amendment which enumerates the rights of states and the people.
Most of the states demanded a constitutional amendment explicitly limiting the federal government to those enumerated in the Constitution. That amendment became the Tenth.