Monthly Archives: September 2012

A Government of Implied Powers?

      by Diane Rufino This article is in response to an article in the Beaufort Observer entitled “What Needs to be Done about Abuse of Power by the Federal Government?” which in turn was based on Calvin H. Johnson’s article … Continue reading

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Nullification: Jefferson and Madison vs. a “Staff” Writer

     by Michael Maharrey, Tenth Amendment Center This is a response to the article published by the NC Institute for Constitutional Studies – “Nullification: An Unconstitutional Remedy.”  [August 23, 2012.  Referenced at:  http://ncicl.org/article/776%5D Also reference Diane Rufino’s previous article “Nullification … Continue reading

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The Film “Monumental” Reminds Us of Our Christian Heritage

         by Diane Rufino We often hear people talk about America’s Christian heritage.  Usually it is in the context of some government action or judicial decision which denies this heritage.  There is no denying that our government and other forces … Continue reading

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Nullification & the Myths

       by Diane Rufino The NC Institute for Constitutional Law (NCICL) recently published an article about nullification, asserting that it not a legitimate constitutional remedy.  In a state where support is growing for nullification, it was quite disheartening to read … Continue reading

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