The Biden administration’s damaging conduct is obvious to most Americans, but Texas — and other states — are not bystanders in this war for Americans’ safety, security, and primacy.
States that consistently grew faster than the national average over the past ten years are in line to gain representation in Congress. Democrats will work to undermine people’s vote with their feet.
Given the depth of the cultural and political divide, there is only one hope for healing our nation: A return to our foundational principles—for if there is no federalism, there will be no unity.
Despite numerous arguments against the effort, the push to make Washington, D.C. a state just won’t die. But it should, because it’s unconstitutional and illogical.
With federalism out of the way, elites in Washington can more easily put in place their leftist ideas while crushing people in red states.
A principled defense of American federalism — even if it deprives one of a delicious policy outcome — is necessary now more than ever.
The Electoral College remains an integral key to preserving the decentralization and federalism that underlie the U.S. Constitution.
After Texas v. Pennsylvania, conservatives must rediscover their opposition to judicial overreach. A Warren Court of the right is not the solution we need.
American conservatives should not be cheering for concentrating power in the hands of a few, whether those few are politicians or business owners. Big business and big government always collude.
Americans have learned from Democrats that they can ignore mandates from Washington when they overstep the federal government’s constitutional powers.
You can stop Walmart from selling seeds. You can’t stop kids from playing outside.
The point of federalism is that it keeps the tyrants little, so they can be removed from office by the people closest to them.
Bill Gates, Dr. Anthony Fauci, and anyone else advocating for a federally mandated lockdown either doesn’t understand the Constitution’s structure or doesn’t respect it.
The media don’t seem to understand federalism—that governors, not the president, are the proper authorities to manage quarantines and disaster response.
No, the federal government shouldn’t ‘take over the supply chain’ for medical equipment, and yes, states can in fact govern themselves.
With marijuana legalization, our country is renewing a long-dead love affair with federalism. This is a good sign for all limited government conservatives.
Too many think all governing ourselves requires is passing a law. We no longer need to roll up our sleeves and work, bottom-up, to earn a growing economy, a just society, or a stronger nation.
Roe was wrong on the day it was written, but to settle the issue we must go beyond overturning it. The people must demand that the Constitution be amended to prevent rulings like Roe from happening again.
Rep. Mike Gallagher discussed his proposed reforms to get Congress working again in an interview with a fellow from the Hoover Institution.
Creating a sex-neutral society would erase the benefits women receive while majorly expanding government power. All to appease the faux-feminist left.
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