Graham: When facing a movement that’s trying to trample on the conscience of Americans with no regards for any state’s rights, federalism’s not the answer.
Dr. Ben Carson in his just-released book makes a “let states decide” argument concerning abortion raising doubts on what federal policy he would support.
In New Hampshire Ted Cruz (R-TX), Carly Fiorina, and Rick Santorum (R-PA) define “practical federalism” at an event hosted by American Principles Project.
A new Pioneer Institute research paper finds that the Common Core Standards that violate three federal laws are unlikely to improve student achievement.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talk to Ken Ivory, president of the American Lands Council and Mark McDougal, executive director of Ruth Harbor.
Following a successful New Hampshire conference, American Principles Project is moving on to Iowa to host its 2nd “Practical Federalism Forum” on May 16th.
The Iowa House of Representatives passed HJR 8 on a 54-43 vote calling for a convention of the states in order to limit the power of the federal government.
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry highlighted Texas’ economic record, called for the 10th Amendment to be respected and critiqued Obama’s Iran policy.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan wants to phase out the authority of States to define modified academic achievement standards and develop alternate assessments.
To restore traditional federalism, states as well as the people will have to repent of progressivism and return to the principles of the Constitution.
Watch Practical Federalism: How the Federal Government Is Silencing the People on live online from Southern New Hampshire University 11/22/14 at 10:00 am.
Sam Clovis, a Republican candidate running for Iowa’s open U.S. Senate seat, agreed to have an interview with Caffeinated Thoughts’ editor Shane Vander Hart.
Should state legislatures lower the blood alcohol content levels from .08 to .05 in order to reduce alcohol-related crashes?
The Defense of Marriage Act, DOMA, appears to be in jeopardy based on Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s line of questions to attorney Paul Clement.
When looking at 2016 one has to consider new Indiana Governor Mike Pence, but how will he handle conservative legislation that is deemed controversial?
I blogged at Truth in American Education late last month about the latest *brilliant* idea to come from the Arne and Obama show – District-Level Race to the Top. Instead of giving money to the states the U.S. Department of Education wants to give it directly to school districts. So they are just bypassing the […]