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Thursday, December 11, 2008



This article, and there are others out there by conservative, libertarian, and free market idealogues, including myself, who believe that the 7th, 9th, and 10th Amendments actually mean something. For all his outspoken posturing, Justice Scalia's opinions routinely extend big federal government approaches and quashe States' rights, from jurisdiction to commerce to drugs to tort law.

I'm thrilled some more of the right are getter louder about this and documenting how Big Business has hijacked our federalist ideals (including the complete hijacking of the Federalist Society as a Chamber of Commerce lackey).

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