When it comes to dealing with federal overreach, most people take one of three different approaches – none of which should be your first response to extreme, repeated violations of the constitution and your liberty.

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George Mason – Philadelphia Convention (11 July 1787)

Samuel Adams to James Warren (24 Oct 1780)

James Madison – Speech in Virginia Convention (2 Dec 1829)

Thomas Jefferson’s Fair Copy of the Kentucky Resolutions (before 4 Oct 1798)

William Grayson – Virginia Ratifying Convention (21 June 1788)

James Madison – Report of 1800

Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Ritchie (25 Dec 1820)

Elbridge Gerry to the General Court, New York (18 Oct 1787)

How the Supreme Court Gave us No-Knock Warrants

How Federal Courts Gave us Qualified Immunity and Forced it on All 50 States

Four Cases that Expanded the Commerce Clause

John Dickinson – Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania (1767)

Thomas Jefferson – A Summary View of the Rights of British America (1774)

Mercy Otis Warren, A Columbian Patriot (1788)

James Otis, Freeborn American (27 Apr 1767)

James Otis, Jr. (11 Jan 1762)

Compliance is Violence: Dickinson and Spooner on the Path to Liberty

St. George Tucker – View of the Constitution of the United States (1803)

James Madison: Four Steps to Stop Federal Programs

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