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Jul 4, 2018

Show 3101 The Tenth Amendment Center Playlist- In the Founders Words.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apdXw-8M0L4&list=PLZyloySS5-JSQOp7L6VDq71xP_FPXl4au

 

The Myth of Marbury v Madison

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Supremacy vs Usurpation

James Madison's Federalism Flip-Flop

Washington D.C. Will Never Limit Itself

Thomas Jefferson: Principle over Policy on the National Bank

Madison and Hamilton on "general Welfare" under the Constitution

Thomas Jefferson: Don't Trust Politicians.

John Hancock and Richard Henry Lee: Resisting "The Damned Act"

War isn't an Executive Decision under the Constitution

Patrick Henry on Making America "Great"

"Few and Defined," not "Anything and Everything."

Federal acts are not always "supreme"

Edmund Randolph on the General Welfare Clause

Hamilton on Federal Overreach

Rights are not Gifts from Government

Why Federalism? Thomas Jefferson's Warning

James Madison on the Dangers of War

Thomas Jefferson on Finding the Meaning of the Constitution

Liberty: The Primary Object.

A Warning About Fear-Mongering to Take Liberty

Thomas Jefferson: "The Foundation of the Constitution"

Madison and Hamilton on "general Welfare" under the Constitution

Thomas Jefferson: Don't Trust Politicians.

John Hancock and Richard Henry Lee: Resisting "The Damned Act"

War isn't an Executive Decision under the Constitution

Patrick Henry on Making America "Great"

"Few and Defined," not "Anything and Everything."

 

Federal acts are not always "supreme"

Edmund Randolph on the General Welfare Clause

Hamilton on Federal Overreach

Rights are not Gifts from Government

Why Federalism? Thomas Jefferson's Warning

The Founders and the "Dog of War"

Rights are not Gifts from Government

George Washington on the Power to Declare War

Archibald Maclaine and Nullification

James Madison: Federal “Infrastructure” Spending is Unconstitutional

The "Penman of the Revolution" - A Profile of John Dickinson

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James Madison on "Parchment Barriers"

The Constitution and the Power to "Declare War"

General Welfare does not mean "Anything You Want"

Patrick Henry: A Warning on Elections

Federal acts are not always "supreme"

The Myth of Marbury v Madison

Supremacy vs Usurpation

James Madison's Federalism Flip-Flop

Federal acts are not always "supreme"

Washington D.C. Will Never Limit Itself

Thomas Jefferson: Principle over Policy on the National Bank

Thomas Jefferson on Finding the Meaning of the Constitution

Liberty: The Primary Object.

A Warning About Fear-Mongering to Take Liberty

Thomas Jefferson: "The Foundation of the Constitution"

Surprise! Even Alexander Hamilton Made the Case for Nullification by Non-Cooperation

Thomas Jefferson: Don't Trust Politicians.

John Hancock and Richard Henry Lee: Resisting "The Damned Act"

War isn't an Executive Decision under the Constitution

Patrick Henry on Making America "Great"

"Few and Defined," not "Anything and Everything."

Hamilton on Federal Overreach

Rights are not Gifts from Government

Why Federalism? Thomas Jefferson's Warning

The Founders and the "Dog of War"

Rights are not Gifts from Government

George Washington on the Power to Declare War

Archibald Maclaine and Nullification

James Madison: Federal “Infrastructure” Spending is Unconstitutional

The "Penman of the Revolution" - A Profile of John Dickinson

James Madison on "Parchment Barriers"

 

James Madison on the Dangers of War

Thomas Jefferson on Finding the Meaning of the Constitution

Liberty: The Primary Object.

A Warning About Fear-Mongering to Take Liberty

Thomas Jefferson: "The Foundation of the Constitution"

Surprise! Even Alexander Hamilton Made the Case for Nullification by Non-Cooperation

They Call us "Anti-Government"

James Madison Warned Against Relying on "Parchment Barriers"

A Lesson from the Penman of the Revolution: Small Things Grow Great by Concord

James Madison: What the Feds are Constitutionally Authorized to do

Integrity and the Constitution: President Madison’s 1817 Veto

 

Why Federalism? Thomas Jefferson's Warning

The Founders and the "Dog of War"

Rights are not Gifts from Government

George Washington on the Power to Declare War

Archibald Maclaine and Nullification

James Madison: Federal “Infrastructure” Spending is Unconstitutional

The "Penman of the Revolution" - A Profile of John Dickinson

James Madison on "Parchment Barriers"

The Constitution and the Power to "Declare War"

 

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The Constitution itself is supreme, not the opinion of any person or group of people in any branch of government.

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