Did a clause addressing slavery also cover immigration? Not according to John Jay and James Madison
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The Tenth Amendment Center is a national think tank that works to preserve and protect the principles of strictly limited government through information, education, and activism. The center serves as a forum for the study and exploration of state and individual sovereignty issues, focusing primarily on the decentralization of federal government power as required by the Constitution.
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FAIRFIELD, Maine (Nov. 2, 2018) – The Fairfield town council unanimously passed a food sovereignty ordinance last month. The ordinance not only frees local farmers and consumers from onerous state regulations, but it will also create an environment hostile to federal regulations and where they could nullify some FDA edicts in effect. The “Local Food and […]
Michael Boldin covers TAC’s internal “debate” over the issue. That is, two experts who have different cases, but both from an originalist perspective.
Every year the country waits with bated breath over the latest Supreme Court opinions. If we were living true to the Constitution, this would never happen. The Supreme Court is not supreme when it comes to deciding the constitutionality of a law in the last resort! Think you disagree? Listen to learn the truth about […]
When discussing the power of the federal government under the Constitution, some people use the words “immigration” and “naturalization” interchangeably. They shouldn’t.
From the TAC newsletter – two well-written articles on birthright citizenship from two people with expertise on the issue. They disagree.
Surveillance cameras will soon be able to identify everyone by “talking” to their cell phones thanks to research by a university with ties to the federal surveillance state.
Claims on both sides that the Constitution or case precedent clearly answer this question are not accurate.