Political activism can be a grind. Day-to-day I spend a lot of time dealing with what my wife calls “the crisis of the moment.” There are always new attacks on our work, new angles of opposition and just the daily challenges thrown up by the legislative process. Honestly, it can get discouraging. So every once…
I recently got a vivid reminder of the importance of the basic constitutional education we do here at the TAC.
On Nov. 8, Americans will flock to the polls to select the next president. Then it will be mercifully over. My question is: what’s your plan for Nov. 9?
We’re still more than two months away from the start of 2017 state legislative sessions, but we’re already hard a work getting ready for another successful nullification season.
One of the simplest and most effective ways to stop federal overreach is to simply cut the strings of federal funding.
The ultimate political question is who’s the boss.