Tenth Amendment Center

A bill that would protect property rights from Agenda 21 and similar measures passed a Missouri state Senate committee late last month. Senate Bill 618 (SB618) was introduced on Jan. 8 by Sen. Brian Nieves (R-26). It was passed through the Senate General Laws Committee on Mar. 25. It will now be scheduled for a…

The answer to that question is “maybe.” I don’t really know. I do know that yesterday, our posts to nearly 130,000 people, which used to reach a minimum of 2000 in the first hour or so, dropped to about 200. Suddenly and quickly, our reach has been cut by about 90%. Then today, this article…

Abolitionist and Nullifier

Most people don’t realize that prominent abolitionists like John Greenleaf Whittier came out publicly as nullification supporters in the 1850s. This was in regards to the Fugitive Slave Act. Crushes the idea that nullification = racist, doesn’t it? That’s probably why the government schools will never teach you this.

Michael Perry writes: I share your originalist misgivings about the plurality and Thomas opinions in McCutcheon. However, a reader of your most recent post on the mattermight conclude that you have bought into the “expected applications” version of originalism, and I doubt you mean to do that!  So, you might want to say something further about the…

As the first legislative session for the OffNow campaign unfolded, it became clear that the prime opposition to state measures prohibiting material support to the NSA would come from two main fronts: law enforcement and tech companies. The law enforcement lobby opposition didn’t particularly surprise us. Cops generally protest against anything that will place limits…