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State of the Nullification Movement Report 2019-20

State of the Nullification Movement Report 2019-20

"Let us remember that if we suffer tamely a lawless attack upon our liberty, we encourage it, and involve others in our doom!” Writing as Candidus in the Boston Gazette ...
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A Christmas Gift from James Madison: The Virginia Resolutions of 1798

A Christmas Gift from James Madison: The Virginia Resolutions of 1798

In the Virginia resolutions of 1798, Madison asserted that the states had an obligation to act against egregious federal exercises of undelegated power ...
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Big-Tech More Powerful than the U.S. Government? Not Even Close

Big-Tech More Powerful than the U.S. Government? Not Even Close

While big-tech censorship is concerning, it's absurd to claim Facebook and Amazon have more power than the federal government in Washington D.C., the largest government in the history of the ...
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A Textualist/Originalist Case Against the Power to Impeach and Try Former Presidents

A Textualist/Originalist Case Against the Power to Impeach and Try Former Presidents

Article II, Section 4 establishes the scope of the impeachment power: only officers can be impeached and tried, and only for high crimes or misdemeanors ...
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Today in History: Treaty of Paris Ratified, Formally Ending War for Independence

Today in History: Treaty of Paris Ratified, Formally Ending War for Independence

Confirming that the sovereignty of the states pre-dated the general government, Great Britain recognized that the details of the Treaty of Paris were binding with states individually rather than with ...
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The Real Constitutional Crisis

The Real Constitutional Crisis

There is currently a constitutional crisis in America, and it has existed since long before the Portland protests and the PATRIOT Act. It is a crisis that has been perpetrated ...
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New Evidence: The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 Were All About Nullification

New Evidence: The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 Were All About Nullification

Skeptics often argue the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 had nothing to do nullification. They're wrong ...
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Conservative Hypocrisy on Foreign Aid

Conservative Hypocrisy on Foreign Aid

As I have said and written on countless occasions, the only limited government wanted by conservatives is a government limited to control by conservatives ...
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Sorry, Vice-President Pence can’t replace electors on his own

Sorry, Vice-President Pence can’t replace electors on his own

When Congress comes into joint counting session, it is not acting as the federal legislature. It is acting as an assembly exercising a function directly mandated by the Constitution ...
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The Anti-Commandeering Doctrine: An Introduction

The Anti-Commandeering Doctrine: An Introduction

The anti-commandeering doctrine provides a powerful tool to undermine overreaching, unconstitutional federal power. So, what is this doctrine? What is it based upon? And how can it be used as ...
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We Have it in our Power to Begin the World over Again

We Have it in our Power to Begin the World over Again

Top-10 Quotes from the Founders: Standing for Liberty Against the Largest Government in History ...
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Dear Gun People, Follow the Lead of the Weed People

Dear Gun People, Follow the Lead of the Weed People

The federal government isn't ever going to limit the federal government. You have the blueprint. Now get busy and start building ...
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The Coronavirus Stimulus Bill is Filled with Unconstitutional Programs

The Coronavirus Stimulus Bill is Filled with Unconstitutional Programs

If you haven't gotten the point already, virtually all of this spending is unconstitutional. Many would undoubtedly argue with me, citing the general welfare clause. Yes, it exists. But it ...
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The Real Scandal of the Spending Bill

The Real Scandal of the Spending Bill

This situation is the inevitable result of a government that tries to maintain the fiction that republican institutions are compatible with a welfare-warfare leviathan. Congress will continue to indulge this ...
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