Posts Tagged ‘ states rights ’

A Potential Cure for What Ails America

August 11, 2015

by Tom Stark In 1790, in a paper called Of the Study of Law in the United States, a gentleman named James Wilson wrote:  “The first and governing maxim in the interpretation of a statute is to discover the meaning of those who made it.”  Nothing could be truer in the case of the Constitution, […]


Tags: Congress, control, Education, Government, Health Care, states rights, statism, United States Constitution, War on Coal
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What Is It That Caused Cucinelli to Lose?

November 7, 2013

by Tom Stark


Tags: Cucinelli, Government, Health Care, Ken Cuccinelli, Republican, Republican Party United States, Sarvis, states rights, Virginia, West Virginia Republican Party
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This is Truly Deja Vu all over again!

April 11, 2012

by Tom Stark Parkersburg, WV Some time prior to the 2010 election, about the time the revisions to the Clean Water Act were being debated in Congress, I composed a blog that I never published simply because I had too many things going on at the time and actually forgot that it was in the […]


Tags: Congress, control, Environmental Protection Agency, Government, power, states rights, statism
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A 100-year Old Mistake Needs Correction! Now!

March 27, 2012

Tom Stark, Parkersburg, WV – The writings of our founders are plentiful, and clearly articulate their thinking and beliefs regarding our Constitution.  There was neither ambiguity in its intent nor lack of clarity in its wording.  It is difficult to comprehend the degree to which those words have been distorted and misinterpreted unless the purpose […]


Tags: 17th Amendment, Congress, Direct Election of Senators, power, Senate, states rights, statism
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