The founders created the Constitution to protect against one of humanity’s worst instincts — the desire to get things done quickly and irrationally.
Out of manufactured hysteria over nonexistent corruption, the Seventeenth Amendment was born, robbing states of their most notable constitutional check on federal lawmaking.
The Founders wrote in Washington DC’s special status to protect the other states, and American citizens, from federal overreach. We still need that protection.
Texas is involved in suits against the federal government about abortion clinic regulations, immigration, and now school bathrooms. And that’s not all.
If the Environmental Protection Agency can claim the federal government can regulate manmade ditches and standing water, what private lands will be left?
Chris Christie offers a fundamentally unserious education agenda while arguing we should make him our nation’s commander in chief.
Gov. Bobby Jindal has gone to war to oust the Common Core tests that extend the hand of the federal government directly into classrooms
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