Virtually anything Congress wants to do can be argued in economic terms, labeled as “interstate commerce” and then regulated. However, does the Constitution’s Commerce Clause justify that much federal power?
Asking the right constitutional questions is essential for determining whether an issue like drunk driving should be addressed by the States or the federal government.
Six economic myths are widespread within the American economy. These myths are exposed as false and the free-market is shown to be superior to central bank intervention.
The “individual mandate” is a tax that is discriminatory, arbitrary and unequal by Fourteenth Amendment equal protection grounds.
A look at the powerful but almost forgotten Tenth Amendment.