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Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

David McNabb of Paden, Oklahoma reports: Wow! So now there’s a presumption of guilt!?! Welcome to a “progressive” America — U.S.S.A. Utterly shameful! >> See the news story here << This would turn the Founders’ stomachs! They believed in the sanctity of personal property and had faced abuses at the hand of King George. Now we’re allowing […]

In Honor of Constitution Day

In Honor of Constitution Day

Yep! You heard that right. Today is Constitution Day. So, in honor and commemoration thereof, we at TCA want to present you with the opportunity to own an affordable copy of a recent work that deals with the importance and original intent of our Constitution. This is something every citizen should probably read. It is our birthright after all, the constitution. And we […]

Court Dismisses Obamacare Suits

Court Dismisses Obamacare Suits

from the Tenth Amendment Center – by Rob Natelson, On September 8 the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit dismissed two suits challenging Obamacare without ever reaching the merits. In the case brought by the Commonwealth of Virginia, the court held that Virginia did not have standing to challenge the insurance mandate on individuals. In the case brought […]

The Basis of Our Liberty & Independence

The Basis of Our Liberty & Independence

Two hundred and thirty five years ago this July 4th, the American colonies declared their independence from the British empire. Therefrom sprang their mutual union by lawful compact, the United States. By Divine providence, after thirteen long and hard fought years, they had won the same. Their struggle, both on the battefield and in the public square, was […]

The Purpose and Function of the Constitution

The Purpose and Function of the Constitution

The Constitution is just what it says it is, a compact delineating the basis upon which a union between the sovereign States, and any future States admitted, would be constituted and carried out. It’s function was not so much to empower the federal government to rule as it was to specify, limit, and rule the agency of […]

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