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America’s Judicial Monopoly: Why Is The Supreme Court Ruling On Local Sign Policy?

Mike Maharrey
Communications Director, The Tenth Amendment Center
              Campaign signs for both President Barack Obama, and his challenger, Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney are seen in yards outside Evans City, Pa., Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. In the final days of the presidential campaign, Romney is making a concerted push into Pennsylvania, aided by outside political groups that are spending millions in last minute ads in the state to help erode Obama’s 2008 support. Polling shows Obama holding on to a 4 or 5 percentage point lead over Romney, but the trend has been in Romney’s favor. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

In the United States, we have a monopoly government by judiciary.

Bevin Never Had A Shot, And He Wouldn’t Have Changed Anything Anyway

6:45 PM 05/21/2014

The curtain fell on tea party dreams of triumph in the Kentucky Republican primary Tuesday night.

Tennessee legislature moves to block state employees from implementing Obamacare

4:12 PM 01/15/2014

Tennessee state lawmakers have decided to step up and take on Obamacare in the Volunteer State.

What Northern resistance to the Fugitive Slave Act can teach us about ending NSA spying

5:32 PM 11/12/2013

It seems each day offers new insights into the scope of NSA spying.

Chris Hedges’ last stand

10:23 AM 09/19/2013

In a recent column, Chris Hedges argued that his appeal to the Supreme Court will be “the last chance” to stop indefinite detention under the National Defense Authorization Act.

On the Second Amendment, Kansas points the way

3:32 PM 04/18/2013

Opponents of federal gun control won a victory in the Senate Wednesday. But without a doubt, Congress will pass some sort of gun-control legislation. And that act will certainly violate the Constitution.

For one Washington State lawmaker, indefinite detention is personal

4:18 PM 02/09/2013

For most Americans, the debate over the indefinite detention provisions included in the National Defense Authorization Act plays out primarily as an academic exercise. The average Joe walking down Main Street U.S.A. simply doesn’t worry about armed government thugs snatching him up, throwing him in the back of a van and hauling him off to some camp somewhere.

The misunderstood history of nullification

8:28 PM 07/09/2012

Could the recent Supreme Court ruling on the federal health care act bring conservative Republicans back to their state-sovereignty, nullification roots?