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A site that reminds the yokels in DC that they violate the Constitution every waking moment.
The Tenth Amendment Center works to preserve and protect Tenth Amendment freedoms through information and education. 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.
A growing number of states and cities are claiming that they’re now a “sanctuary” on one issue or another. But since these are politicians making the claims, are they telling the truth? Learn what qualifies as a sanctuary and you’ll easily spot the liars.The post So, What the Heck is a “Sanctuary” Anyway? first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
Republicans have been complaining about Democrats spending too much money. But the $1 trillion infrastructure bill currently under debate (all 2,702 words of it) is being touted as "bipartisan." That means Republicans have signed off on this.The post Republicans Join Democrats in Spending Boondoggle first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
Under the new law, possession of up to 14 grams of marijuana is punishable by a fine of up to $100 with no threat of jail time.The post Now in Effect: Louisiana Decriminalizes Marijuana Possession Despite Federal Prohibition first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
For years, Americans have largely ignored corporate social media surveillance. But that all of that is about to change, thanks to President BidenThe post Biden Gives “Five Eyes” Surveillance Consortium Access to Everyone’s Social Media first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
A totalitarian state needs to keep a close eye on people to ensure compliance and control. With USPS and even the National Park Service joining the surveillance-state fray, if we’re not already there, it’s pretty close - and getting worse.The post Is Every Federal Agency a Spy Agency? first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
If all you have to go on is your high school history class, you probably think the American Revolution was all about "taxation without representation." That was part of it, but there was also a deeper revolution - as John Adams described it, a revolution in thought.The post A Revolution in Thought first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.