A Supreme Court decision has once again chipped away at the limits on government in the Bill of Rights. This case should have never even gone to the Supreme Court, but thanks for the so-called “incorporation doctrine,” everything today is a federal case.
This centralization of power is not a friend of liberty.
For Further Reading
- Was the Bill of Rights Meant to Apply to the States?
- Incorporation of the Bill of Rights in the Fourteenth Amendment
- eBook: The 14th Amendment and the Incorporation Doctrine
- Quarantine: States, Feds and the Constitutions
- Supreme Court Simultaneously Tramples State Sovereignty and Fourth Amendment
- Giving Federalism the Middle Finger
— TenthAmendmentCenter (@TenthAmendment) April 7, 2020
Source: Tenth Amendment Center
Michael Maharrey [send him email] is the Communications Director for the Tenth Amendment Center. He is from the original home of the Principles of ’98 – Kentucky and currently resides in northern Florida. See his blog archive here and his article archive here. He is the author of the book, Our Last Hope: Rediscovering the Lost Path to Liberty. You can visit his personal website at MichaelMaharrey.com and like him on Facebook HERE
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