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What we need is a comprehensive approach to resisting federal authority.
With each news cycle comes fresh examples of federal overreach in American politics.
Democrats have been misusing the "necessary and proper" clause of the Constitution as an excuse to expand the role of the federal government far beyond that which was contemplated by our Founding Fathers.
Professors David Corbin and Matt Parks explain the true meaning of the "necessary and proper" clause and how to keep the "elastic clause" from stretching too far as well as offering a comprehensive approach to resisting federal usurpations of individual and state authority.
David Corbin is a Professor of Politics and Matthew Parks an Assistant Professor of Politics at The King’s College in New York City. They are co-authors of "Keeping Our Republic: Principles for a Political Reformation" (2011).
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