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Judge Napolitano: A Warning on Empowering Government to Deny Rights

A warning from Judge Andrew Napolitano: if the government had the option to determine if a resident should be given their rights, “it would always take away constitutional rights because prosecution without constitutional rights is a breeze!” In a radio interview on The Tom Shillue Show, Napolitano explained why the suspect arrested... [...]

November 6, 2017

Arizona Tenth Amendment Center Hosting Bill of Rights Day Celebration

The Arizona Tenth Amendment Center will host a Bill of Rights Day celebration in Scottsdale next month. Friday, Dec. 15 marks the 226th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights. To celebrate, Arizona Tenth Amendment Center will present the 2017 Bill of Rights Day Celebration at the Orange Tree... [...]

November 3, 2017

Christie v. NCAA: Why the Federal Government Should Back Off

On Dec. 4, the Supreme Court will hear a case concerning the future of sports gambling in America and the limits of federal power in the country. That case is Christie v. NCAA and it could dramatically limit federal overreach when it comes to state policies relating to gambling. The case... [...]

November 1, 2017

Update: Sued by the government, but not backing down!

For most grassroots activists, this would be a devastating blow - and we realize that governments sue on purpose to deter any resistance to their illegal actions. Read From Source... [Tenth Amendment Center Blog]... [...]

October 31, 2017

The Ninth and Tenth Amendment: Partners in Federalism for Liberty

American Federalism evolved out of lessons learned through the 18th century as a structure to protect and preserve liberty. But today, bureaucratic socialism controls our governing approach, and calls for a restoration of constitutional federalism are portrayed as ever more radical. Nevertheless, as one of the cornerstones of American federalism, the... [...]

October 30, 2017

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