Sovereignty

When opposing the Stamp Act (and eventually nullifying it), here’s a strategy that Samuel Adams NEVER took. “Let’s replace the current leaders with new ones that agree with us.” Why? Because leadership isn’t the problem. The system is. “Voting the bums out” is a complete and utter failure. Put your energy where it can actually…

Many parents are beginning to ask this question as the debate over Common Core heats up. There are several reasons Common Core is a really bad thing for your kids. Common Core is a nationalized education program.  Some people may say this is a good thing. After all, we should want common standards across the…

Since the tea party burst onto the scene, conservatives have talked a great limited government game and rejected much of the anti-Constitutional rhetoric of the Bush years with the exception of one crucial issue: war. There is a monumental disconnect between the military and the rest of the federal government within the conservative mind. They…

This is a 25+ page handbook that will be available as a free download later this month. It’s filled with information on the NSA, Obamacare, protecting the 2nd Amendment, Hemp Farming and other important issues where states are taking action to push back against unconstitutional federal power.

At Volokh Conspiracy, Ilya Somin has a thoughtful response to my defense of the President’s action: More on the legality of Obama’s decision to exchange five high-ranking Taliban terrorists without giving Congress advance notice.  He concludes: Perhaps Congress would be unduly infringing on the president’s powers as commander-in-chief if it tried to make individual tactical decisions on a…

Who among all the candidates running for Arizona Governor will discuss this important subject in a public forum?

Aztlanderos – A Deluded and Dangerous Brotherhood By Al Garza, Published by The Christian News, November 2012 Too few U.S. citizens realize there is a virtually unrecognized violent faction of pro-Palestinian anti-U.S. activists plotting and laboring to overthrow the states of California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, and eventually, according to some who follow the […]

Chief Justice Roberts’ majority opinion in Bond v. United States has been sharply criticized (see here and here), so I’ll say few words partially in its favor. The case has seemed odd from the beginning because the federal statute at issue implements the Chemical Weapons Convention and (as the majority says) the local misuse of household chemicals does not seem the type…