Ultimately, it’s up to the people to protect and defend their right to keep and bear arms whether the government wants them to or not

This covers most federal acts on the books today.

"An act of usurpation is not obligatory, it is not law"
-Theophilus Parsons, Massachusetts Ratifying Convention

We’ve all heard or seen the slogan, but TO is the wrong word, by far. Under the system and principles of the founders and old revolutionaries, all power comes FROM the people - and they don’t need to ask, or demand, that they get that power back. They just need to take it.

Path to Liberty: Nov 26, 2022

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An act not warranted by the Constitution is void. And it should be treated that way, too.

This is exactly what Thomas Jefferson - and even Alexander Hamilton - said the people and states should do.

We. Were. Warned. In his arguments against Hamilton's first national bank, Thomas Jefferson not only explained how it was totally unconstitutional, but that even the smallest violation of the Constitution would set a precedent for more, and more...and more, until the government had nearly unlimited power.

Jefferson nailed it. Learn more in our handbook, The National Bank vs the Constitution: https://shop.tenthamendmentcenter.com/product/the-national-bank-vs-the-constitution/