State Issued
Home Tags Tenth Amendment

Tag: Tenth Amendment

Under the Tenth Amendment, there are three possibilities: (i) If a power is delegated to the United States by the Constitution, it is not reserved to the States * * * or to the people”. (ii) If a power is “reserved to the States * * * or to the people”, it is not “delegated to the United States”. And (iii) if a power is “prohibited by [the Constitution] to the States”, it is either “delegated to the United States” or “reserved * * * to the people”.

"well regulated Militia" 2nd Amendment

Related Topics

Judicial Supremacy

“Judicial Supremacy” Through “Judicial Review”

"Judicial Supremacy": Nowhere to be found in the Constitution or Pre-constitutional HistoryPre-constitutional history provides no support for the sweeping contemporary claim that “the federal...
War

“War”: The Constitutional Meaning

"War": The Constitutional MeaningConstitutionally speaking, "War" is a specific set of legal relations between two or more independent nations. Therefore no "War" can be...
Federal Reserve System

Federal Reserve System: Cartel Structure

The Federal Reserve SystemThe Federal Reserve System is a cartel that controls the United States money supply and redistributes wealth with the blessings of...
special interest groups

“Factions” or “Special Interest” Groups

"Factions" or "Special Interest" GroupsAmerica’s Founding Fathers denounced “factions” (what we refer to today as “special interests”) because these groups consist of “a number of citizens,...
implied powers

“Aggregate Powers”

“Aggregate Powers”: Powers Cobbled Together and Exercised by Rogue Government Officials That are Not Enumerated in the Constitution Typically, when aspiring usurpers and tyrants cannot rationalize...