Ohio State Sovereignty

Harold Thomas, publisher of The Ohio Republic, and the folks at Ohio Liberty and Sovereignty are to be congratulated for being the latest iniative out of the gate to enshrine State sovereignty. As Harold points out in one of his posts:

“Legislators in at least nine States have had it with Federal meddling! They have therefore introduced resolutions asserting the sovereignty of their States in the current session, which began last month. Those States are Washington, New Hampshire, Arizona, Montana, Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma, California, and Georgia. Twelve additional States reportedly are considering the introduction of such resolutions: Colorado, Hawaii, Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Alaska, Kansas, Alabama, Nevada, Maine, and Illinois.

These States are claiming their rights under the Tenth Amendment, which reserves all powers to the States or to the people, that are not specifically delegated to the Federal Government under Article I, Sections 8-10 of the Constitution.”

There blows a slight breeze through the leaves. There is something in the air. It is thick with anticipation, anxious with its latency, and certainly not hesitant with probing for direction.

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