e know that our founders studied the works of Blackstone, John Locke, Montesquieu, and Cicero and very much believed in Natural Law. The Declaration and Constitution are filled with Natural Law precepts like unalienable rights and separation of powers.
Tag Archives | Originalism
What does the original meaning of the “patent clause” have to do with health care and the Constitution? Paul Ballonoff explains.
In modern times, the federal governmentâ€™s enumerated powers have been construed so broadly that one may be pardoned for asking if anything really has been reserved.
In this podcast, Rob Natelson, recognized national expert on the framing and adoption of the United States Constitution, talks about how the Supreme Court allowed the Federal Government in the late 1930s to drastically change the way the US Constitution is interpreted, the Necessary and Proper clause and incidental powers, and more…
Democrat or Republican, politicians in D.C. can’t be trusted to follow the Constitution. Column by Kevin R.C. Gutzman
If one wants a nearly thorough education about the U.S. Constitution, it would be wise to examine the following: the notes from the Constitutional Convention, the public editorials written both for and against the proposed Constitution that followed, the state ratification debates, and the actual document itself.
- Tenther Radio Episode #99: Government Gone Wild
- Tenther Radio Episode #98: Nullification Goes Mainstream
- Tenther Radio Episode #97: The Importance of Decentralization
- Tenther Radio Episode #96: The #NoDrones Movement is Growing
- Tenther Radio Episode #95: Real ID Backlash, and How to Enforce Nullification Bills