On Independence Day weekend just a couple months ago, I was reading Tom Woods’ new book Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century. As I was reading through the excellent book, I had a realization: if the subject matter was to have any impact on our current political landscape, it needs to [...]
Over the past few years a grassroots movement has grown from the seeds of a radical campaign for U.S. President into a patchwork of passionate gatherings known as tea parties. By March of 2009 people were hungry to find others who shared their growing desire to learn more about the Constitution and the federalist republic we were meant to be.
Sen. Bob Bennett did not receive the delegate votes necessary to appear on the ballot.
Jim Babka, President of DownsizeDC, and those citizens who are a part of the nearly 30,000 strong Downsize DC Army are gaining candidate support for the Downsize DC Agenda. The agenda is based on six of the 24 excellent campaigns thoughtfully developed and promoted by the organization.
May 6th will be a very interesting evening for Utah delegates, voters, and candidates. When it comes to the 10th Amendment each of those participating in the questions surrounding Key #14 will have to defend or refute the amendment.
Most school kids learn that the “separation of powers” refers to a “horizontal” balance of power between the three branches of government. This horizontal separation of powers ensures that each branch of the national government checks the other branches.
Ken Ivory’s remarks at a hearing on HB 67 Federal Healthcare Opt Out. Ken is running for Utah House District 47 and he is running on a foundation of the 10th Amendment with the simple focus of ‘every issue, every time!’ I have taken Ken’s iCommit pledge and hope you will do the same! Learn more [...]
UT House District 47 candidate Ken Ivory reads 10th Amendment Resolution at First Annual Tenth Amendment Summit
The following statement was approved by candidates participating in the closed-door strategy meeting at the Tenth Amendment Summit – February 25, 2010 in Atlanta Georgia – Read by Ken Ivory at the all-day open session on Feb 26, 2010 We The People of the several States created a federal government to serve as our limited [...]
Just received a WebWatch update on the status of S.J.R. 6 Joint Resolution – State Sovereignty and Tenth Amendment. The is the bill sponsored by Sen. Howard Stephenson that was written by the citizens for the intentional purpose of helping educate people on what the state sovereignty and the 10th Amendment are all about. The resolution [...]
Chuck Bateman is a friend of the 10th Amendment and our U.S. Constitution. He is stepping into the political fray as a candidate in Utah House District 5. Hearing him announce his candidacy last month in Logan moved me deeply. Knowing the sacrifices he and his wife and family are willingly making in time and [...]
In Rep. Carl Wimmer’s newsletter he announced the following activity; HB67 Health care amendments: Next week HB67- Health Care Amendments will be heard in committee. This is my bill which opts Utah out of the National health care legislation, should it pass Congress. This is one of the top five most important pieces of legislation [...]
It seems everyone has been consumed with the Massachusetts race for the senate seat held by a Kennedy since 1952. During the assent of Senator-elect Scott Brown people from across the country contributed to his campaign with money and hours of phone bank work. In this modern world disenfranchised voters from across the country felt [...]
We are entering another election year. Campaigning never seems to end in this day and age, especially with a president who seems to always be in campaign mode. We will be faced with on-going advertisements and promises from candidates. As Nancy Pelosi reminded us all last week, many things are said on the campaign trail with no [...]
This was actually announced November 2nd on the Tenth Amendment website but now that we have a Utah State website I wanted to make sure all of you are aware of this candidate’s pledge. It would be nice to have every candidate for federal and state office in Utah light up the Tenth Amendment Center [...]