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Why Does Federal Power Constantly Expand?

Bertrand de Jouvenel offers some insight into the reason governmental power generally tends to expand in a democratic political system

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States Should Ignore the Feds on Industrial Hemp

A number of states continue to take the wrong approach when it comes to setting industrial hemp policy. A good example of this is coming to prominence in Kentucky. After an article ran in the Louisville Courier-Journal last November highlighting the confusion surrounding federal hemp law, Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarels fired off a letter to the…

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A Revolution in Thought

From Dickinson, Adams, Jefferson & Madison – to Garrison and Rothbard – we are in the midst of a Revolution in Thought.

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Federal Hemp Law Leads to Confused Policy; States Should Ignore It Completely

Instead of wasting time and energy trying to create a research program that may or may not ultimately prove to be federally compliant, states should just press ahead and develop a commercial hemp industry without federal permission.

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This Week in History: Virginia Passes James Madison’s Resolutions of 1798

This article is featured in is today’s Tenther newsletter, which everyone in the nullification movement gets daily or weekly. Be one of them – and Become a member here to support the TAC. On Christmas Eve, 1798, the Virginia Senate gave final approval to a proposal from James Madison, which we know today as the Virginia Resolutions of 1798. By…

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Revealed: State Resources Helped Facilitate CIA Rendition Program

North Carolina and its political subdivisions have supported Aero in a number of ways, including by providing county resources to operate its business

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Surprise, the Mainstream Media is Wrong Again: Yes, Nullification Does Work

No matter what the mainstream tells you, nullification works. History proves this. The present proves this. And we will continue to prove it in the future.

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GOP Tax Plan Would Not Shrink the Size of the Federal Government

This is yet another indication that the size and scope of the federal government never shrinks, no matter which party controls Washington D.C.

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Today in History: Kentucky Resolutions Signed on Nov. 16, 1798

The “Principles of ’98″ formalized the principles of nullification as the rightful remedy when the federal government oversteps its authority.

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The Right to Keep and Bear Arms is not About Hunting

In simplest terms, the Second Amendment was meant to ensure the people could take on the government if necessary.

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