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Principles Of 98

Principles Of '98 Podcast


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Join your host, Derek J. Sheriff as we examine current events and history through the lens of the Principles of '98. Derek's blog can be found at: www.principlesofninetyeight.com His articles have been featured at TenthAmendmentCenter.Com CampaignForLiberty.com and have also appeared on LewRockwell.Com Show topics include federalism and limited government, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights (especially the Ninth and Tenth Amendment), state sovereignty or states' rights, nullification, interposition and even secession.

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Barack Obama and other supporters of unlimited federal power would like us to believe that we can’t uncover the Constitution’s original meaning. In essence, they’re telling us that we don’t have a Constitution at all. Robert G. Natelson’s... more

I'll begin tonight's show with a reading of an article by one of the great libertarians of the Old Right, Frank Chodorov which was published in the June 1950 issue of analysis, vol. VI, no. 8, and was reprinted on LewRockwell.com Afterward I'll... more

Judge Bolton has concluded that parts of Arizona's law contradicts federal law. That's quite a stretch! Lawyers for Governor Jan Brewer and Arizona have asked the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals to lift the injunction and requested that... more

The United States Constitution declares, in Article I, Section 10, “No State shall… make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts.” Constitutional Tender laws seek to nullify federal legal tender laws in the state... more

There seems to be a bit of confusion of what it means to be a Constitutionalist or supporter of the Tenth Amendment (Both go hand in hand) and a Conservative. Rick Montes explains his definition of both in his recent article called "What Is A... more

In this pre-recorded edition of the Principles of '98 Podcast, I read a recent article by Phil Russo which appeared on the Tenth Amendment Center's website. Phil is is a grassroots activist and co-host of the radio show, “Tea Party Patriots... more

The Constitution empowers Congress to “establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization” – or, more simply stated, to make universal rules about giving foreign-born residents of the United States the “privileges of native” born... more

The Tenth Amendment Center's 10-4 Pledge consists of 10 Affirmations on government and the sovereignty of the People and 10 Promises to be kept while holding public office. I'll also promote YAL and radio talk show host Jack Hunter.

The US Supreme Court is expected to rule that Chicago cannot ban guns. This raises some interesting questions about the original intent of the Bill of Rights, state sovereignty and federalism.

State legislatures all over the country are passing legislation to nullify unconstitutional federal laws! Current nullification efforts include: 10th Amendment Resolutions, 10th Amendment Bills, Firearms Freedom Act, Medical Marijuana... more
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