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Bill of Rights Day is Every Day

Today is “Bill of Rights Day” – the 226th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights on Dec. 15, 1791.

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The Constitutional Solution to Immigration

California has elected to become a sanctuary state, and it should bear the responsibility for the burdens this policy creates.

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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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From Duty to be Armed to Permission to Carry

“Let us look at the applicable First Principles, to which I propose we return.”

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John Dickinson’s Contributions to the Constitution

The list of constitutional provisions impacted by Dickinson is a very long one.

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Today in History: Alcohol Prohibition Repealed

On December 5, 1933, the 18th amendment was repealed by the 21st amendment, ending alcohol prohibition. What most people don’t know is that state and local nullification created the atmosphere where this repeal was inevitable. After the 18th amendment, nearly every state passed laws to enforce prohibition under the Volstead Act., because it was widely…

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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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The Supremacy Clause: The Constitution Is Supreme

The Supremacy Clause codifies this very principle;  that any law made by Congress that is not made in pursuance to the Constitution, is no law at all.

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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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“Small Things Grow Great by Concord”

Freedom is our ultimate goal…

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