A Few Thoughts on Mark Levin


The Tenth Amendment Center has been under attack by radio pundit Mark Levin over the last couple of weeks. He’s called us leftists, kooks and neo-confederates. On a side-note, I would love for somebody to explain to me exactly what a “neo-confederate” is. I guess it’s supposed to be bad. Anyway, you can follow that […]

A Quick Personal Note


It’s been awhile since I’ve posted here, so I wanted to provide a little personal update. The holiday season explains some of my absence, but a recent back injury is the real culprit. I herniated a disc, and the recovery has been arduous to say the least. For a few days, I couldn’t walk at […]

Academic Hubris


You can find a lot of hubris in the world of academia. Every once in a while, I get an email or a comment on an article challenging my arguments based on my credentials. They will claim I can’t possibly know what I’m talking about because I’m not a lawyer. Or they will insist I […]

Time for a Liberty Revolution in the Church

In one fundamental sense, I see little difference between the religious right and the religious left. Both groups want to use government to impose morality on others. The Christian left often chides the Christian right for seeking to impose sexual morality, drug prohibition and abortion laws on Americans. They call the religious right “intolerant” and […]

Sebelius is not the Problem

Scott Pearson holds a doctorate in economics and serves as Chair and Assistant Professor of Business and Economics at Charleston Southern University. He hits the nail on the head when it comes to calls to fire Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius for the disastrous rollout of the Obamacare website. As Scott points out, […]

Who’s the Bully?

A Texas football team recently beat an opponent 91-0 and the mother of one of the opposing players filed a bullying report with the school system. According to ESPN.com, “Buchanan spent an hour in the superintendent’s office this week and the school is currently investigating, as mandated by the state. The Aledo principal told Buchanan […]