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New Evidence: The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 Were All About Nullification

Nullification skeptics will often argue that the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 weren’t actually proposing nullification. They base their argument on the fact that John Breckinridge removed specific references to nullification from Jefferson’s draft before he introduced it in the Kentucky House. But evidence from the debates in the House reveals that the resolutions were absolutely..

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Trump’s Unconstitutional War in Somalia

Through the first seven months in 2020, the U.S. military under Pres. Donald Trump conducted 43 airstrikes in Somalia. That compares to 42 U.S. airstrikes in that country from 2007 to 2017. In other words, in just seven months, the Trump administration bombed Somalia more than Pres. G.W. Bush and Pres. Barack Obama combined. (more…)

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What’s Up With Executive Orders?

This article was adapted from "Constitution Owner's Manual: The Real Constitution the Politicians Don't Want You to Know About." For more information about the book, visit ConstitutionOwnersManual.com. In 2014, President Barack Obama raised the ire of Republicans when he circumvented Congress and effectively legislated from the Oval Office utilizing executive orders. “We’re not just going..

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