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Treaties: When are they part of "the supreme Law of the Land?"

Treaties: When are they part of “the supreme Law of the Land?”

We hear it said that whenever the Senate ratifies a treaty, it becomes part of “the supreme Law of the Land”.  But is that True?  Not necessarily!  Walk with me, and I ...
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There is No Anti-Commandeering Doctrine when Local Governments Take on a State

There is No Anti-Commandeering Doctrine when Local Governments Take on a State

The Tenth Amendment Center's practical nullification strategy relies on James Madison's blueprint for taking on federal power. Madison advised that "a refusal to cooperate with officers of the union" would ...
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Q&A for state legislators and citizens: The Constitution and how to settle the election

Q&A for state legislators and citizens: The Constitution and how to settle the election

Irregularities in the presidential election returns of six states have sparked the question “What next?” The states are Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Should their state legislatures intervene? ...
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Trump Runs Biggest October Budget Deficit in History

Trump Runs Biggest October Budget Deficit in History

There is no such thing as a free lunch – even if you own a money printing press ...
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Is Court Packing Constitutional?

Is Court Packing Constitutional?

One of the major issues in the run-up to the election was whether Democrats planned to follow-through on threats to pack the Supreme Court in response to President Trump’s appointment ...
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What Next?

What Next?

It looks like Joe Biden won the election. I’m sure the legal wrangling will stretch on for a while, but I’m pretty certain that when the dust settles, Biden will ...
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Locked Up: How the Modern Prison-Industrial Complex Puts So Many Americans in Jail

Locked Up: How the Modern Prison-Industrial Complex Puts So Many Americans in Jail

The US has the highest incarceration rate but do you know why? Discover what mass incarceration, the prison industrial complex, and anti-gunners have in common ...
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Today in History: Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 Passed

Today in History: Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 Passed

On this date 222 years ago, the Kentucky legislature took a bold stand against federal overreach with the passage of resolutions penned by Thomas Jefferson ...
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The Government's Lust to Spy

The Government’s Lust to Spy

In 2019, agents of the federal and state governments persuaded judges to issue 99% of all requested intercepts. An intercept is any type of government surveillance — telephone, text message, ...
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Even at 100 Percent Accuracy, Facial Recognition Would Still Be Dangerous to Liberty

Even at 100 Percent Accuracy, Facial Recognition Would Still Be Dangerous to Liberty

Over the last couple of years, there has been a strong grassroots push to prohibit or limit facial recognition technology. The fact that facial recognition is extremely inaccurate, especially in ...
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The Unconstitutional War in Yemen Grinds Life and Liberty Under Its Wheels

The Unconstitutional War in Yemen Grinds Life and Liberty Under Its Wheels

As the American war machine grinds on, our liberties turn to dust within its gears. America needs to end the wars - for everybody's sake ...
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What's Next? Nullify! And then Nullify Some More

What’s Next? Nullify! And then Nullify Some More

This is last night's Tenther newsletter, which everyone in the nullification movement gets daily or weekly. Be one of them. An elective despotism was not the government we fought for -Thomas Jefferson, ...
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