DECENTRALIZING FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM

“Find out just what the people will submit to and you have found out the exact amount of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them; and these will continue until they are resisted with either words or blows, or with both. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress.” - Frederick Douglass

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Thoughts from Maharrey Head

  • The Constitution: A Tool for Decentralization and Liberty  (Video-Speech)

    The Constitution: A Tool for Decentralization and Liberty (Video-Speech)

    On July 18, I spoke at the Libertarian Party of Kentucky District 3 meeting in Louisville, Ky. and explained why I believe the Constitution is so important. In a word – decentralization. (more…)Read More »
  • Thoughts from Maharrey Head #99: America’s First Immigration Debate

    Thoughts from Maharrey Head #99: America’s First Immigration Debate

    “10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I talk about America’s first immigration debate and what it reveals about federal power. Immigration ranks among the most contentious political issues in America today. Debates rage about “pathways to citizenship,” building walls and blocking refugees. But Americans often ignore the most […]Read More »
  • Thoughts from Maharrey Head #98: Fourth of July Fireworks and Nullification

    Thoughts from Maharrey Head #98: Fourth of July Fireworks and Nullification

    “10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I talk about how my Independence Day fireworks experience demonstrates the power of nullification. Despite all of the successes we’ve had at the Tenth Amendment Center over the last few years, whenever I talk about nullification, somebody wants to argue, “It will […]Read More »
  • James Madison and the Necessary and Proper Clause

    James Madison and the Necessary and Proper Clause

    “Necessary and proper” ranks among the most abused clauses in the Constitution. It has been dubbed the “elastic clause” because of the perception that it allows the scope of federal power to expand. The federal government began abusing this clause within years of ratification. In 1800, James Madison countered these early abuses, forcefully arguing that […]Read More »