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    Federalism and the Philippines

    I was invited to present on “Understanding the Structures of Federalism” at the U.S. Embassy in Manila on August 14, 2017. It was a genuine privilege to be asked to …

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    The EPA’s Assault on Sheboygan County

    In July, the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) Center for Competitive Federalism released a powerful policy brief and short documentary video that exposed the EPA’s assault …

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    ALEC Is Newest Member of Advisory Council of the Speaker’s Task Force on Intergovernmental Affairs

    Earlier this month, ALEC was invited to join the Advisory Council of the U.S. House Speaker’s Task Force on Intergovernmental Affairs. Chaired by Utah Congressman Rob Bishop, the Task Force …

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    Spotlight on Federalism in Denver

    As one of the ALEC guiding principles, federalism will take center stage at the ALEC Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado, July 19-21, 2017, and here are some of the highlights.

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    Postcards from Texas Part II

    In 1842, Texans were just as wary of centralized government as they are today, a fact illustrated by a little-known episode in Texas history called the Archive War. In the …

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    Is There Another Star in the Flag’s Future?

    Puerto Ricans voted in a non-binding referendum earlier this month on whether the island should remain a U.S. territory, become a state or press for independence. Because of calls by …

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    Postcards from Texas Part I

    In the battle of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution against Mexico, which was led by the dictator Santa Anna, 185 Texans repelled an army of 1,800 Mexican soldiers for …

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    Federalism: “When We Destroy It, We Place Liberty at Peril”

    To the Framers of the Constitution, the structure of our governing system was a matter of life or death, liberty or constraint, property or subjugation. They knew that “as government …