Sam Adams on his birthday: “If we love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude…”
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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 seems to be a bit of confusion of what it means to be a Constitutionalist or supporter of the Tenth Amendment (Both go hand in hand) and a Conservative. Let me explain my definition of both.
A state-by-state plan to restore sound money and end the fed.
Those who hope to revive a constitutional role for the States as counters to the present U.S. Empire, must hope to make the States once more into self-conscious, viable polities who have the political will to enact nullification and stand by it.
Now that Heath Care legislation has passed, the obvious question for opponents is this: Now What? My answer is best summed up with just one word
Thomas Jefferson: “Whensoever the General Government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force”
The separation of powers is fine as far as it goes, but it will never be a sufficient defense against governmental tyranny. Something else is needed.
In honor of James Madison’s birthday, March 16, 1751, read Kevin Gutzman’s groundbreaking study of our 4th president’s political thought.
Are you aware that a Federal Reserve dollar bill is not a constitutional dollar? Perhaps you are, but if so, do you know what a constitutional dollar literally is? Is it gold? Is it silver? Is it both?
Most Americans know that Thomas Jefferson was the principal author of “The Declaration of Independence”, the most important of all our founding documents. Yet few of them have even heard of another document that I would say might be the second most important declaration he ever wrote