The other night, I woke up about 3 a.m. I’m not even sure what woke me up. But the next thing I know, I’m lying there in the dark thinking about a law review paper on nullification I’d read the day before. Of course, the only thing actually getting nullified at 3 a.m. was my…
Seven years ago this month, I starting doing work for the Tenth Amendment Center.
Last week, I took a long weekend and drove down to Florida with my son to meet my new niece, and visit with my mom and sister. While I was there, I saw something that got me pretty riled up.
I’m about to take a foray into good old-fashioned boots on the ground activism.
A few weeks ago, I was doing some research and needed to look up a quote in James Madison’s Report of 1800. That led me down a bunny trail that dropped me into a rabbit hole that I am still working my way out of. This is a good thing by the way!
I do a lot of writing here at the TAC – everything from bill reports to in-dept historical articles. But video scripts are by far my biggest writing challenge.
Up until about a year-and-a-half ago, I worked at a local TV station. The news director there was obsessed with the meteorologists saying the word “tacking” – as in “we’re tracking a storm system,” or “We tracking a streak of sunny days.” It actually got to the point of being ridiculous and every time I…