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Let’s Have an Article V Constitutional Convention!

I really wish that all those who are so afraid of a Constitutional Convention (a “Con Con”) would read the Constitution. A Con Con cannot be limited in what it considers nor in what it recommends to the states, it is true. However, the Con Con CANNOT change the Constitution of its own accord.  Article […]

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Is Nullification “Legal?”

Is nullification a “legal” remedy to abuses of power by the federal government? Does a state, or do the people of a state, have the legal right to say, “No, I will not submit to and will not obey the federal government in this matter, as the federal government has overstepped the bounds of the […]

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James Madison: Report on the Virginia Resolutions

Following is the full text of James Madison’s 1800 Report on the Virginia Resolutions. Madison’s Report is the clearest and most powerful explanation of the meaning and purpose of our Constitution, the doctrine of federalism, and the right of interposition of a state between that state’s citizens and the federal government, as I have yet […]

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What I Saw at the Election: A Post Mortem

We lost. That is the cold, hard reality of the election. We lost. That is the fact we must be willing to face squarely and admit to ourselves. We lost. We must not sugarcoat the results, make excuses, or whine about how unfairly the mainstream media behaved. In order to have any hope of recovery, […]

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