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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.
Initially seen as a gesture of conciliation between factions that would avert discord, the event generated divisive uproar and ripped asunder any semblance of national unity. The controversy, based on the question of Missouri’s statehood, ignited a national debate over the expansion of slavery, the bounds of constitutional authority, and the federal orientation of the union.
The post Today in History: Missouri Compromise Signed as Law first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
The weapons of this particular war on our personal security and our freedoms include an abundance of laws that criminalize almost everything we do, a government that views our private property as its own, militarized police who have been brainwashed into believing that they operate above the law, courts that insulate police from charges of wrongdoing, legislatures that legitimize the government’s usurpations of our rights, and a populace that is so ignorant of their rights and distracted by partisan politics as to be utterly incapable of standing up to the government’s overreaches, incursions and power grabs.
The post Home Invasions: All the Ways the Government Can Lay Siege to Your Property first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (March 5, 2021) – Today, the Utah Senate gave final approval to a bill that would create a mechanism to review presidential executive orders and end state cooperation with enforcement of certain orders determined to violate the U.S. Constitution. This process would set the stage to nullify some executive orders in […]The post To the Governor: Utah Passes Bill to Create Process to Review and Reject Presidential Executive Orders first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
The legislation would legalize possession of up to one ounce of marijuana for personal use, and it would allow adults to grow up to three mature plants, despite federal marijuana prohibition. Under the proposed law, the Hawaii Department of Health would craft rules for business licensing and retail sales by July 1. The agency would be tasked with creating regulations for licensing, security requirements, product labeling, health and safety regulations, advertising restrictions and the prevention of marijuana sales to minors.The post Hawaii Bill to Legalize Marijuana Despite Federal Prohibition Moves to Senate Floor first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
the Utah House unanimously gave final approval to a bill that would reform the state’s asset forfeiture laws and opt out of a federal program that allows state and local police to circumvent tighter state asset forfeiture laws by passing cases off to the feds.The post To the Governor: Utah Passes Bill to Opt Out of Federal Asset Forfeiture Program first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
CONCORD, N.H. (March 5, 2021) – Today, a New Hampshire House committee approved a bill that would ban the use of government facial recognition technology without a warrant. The proposed law would not only help protect privacy in New Hampshire; it would also hinder one aspect of the federal surveillance state. A bipartisan coalition of […]The post New Hampshire House Committee Passes Bill to Ban Warrantless Use of Facial Recognition first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
Little known to most people today, for many years after the Boston Massacre of March 5, 1770 - residents of the city held a solemn public holiday to commemorate the event annually. These tributes featured special orations, poetry, and visual representations. On this episode of Path to Liberty, highlights from John Hancock’s Massacre Day Oration of March 5, 1774.The post Remembering Boston Massacre Day: John Hancock Edition first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.