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The Clash of Fundamentals

17. February 2011

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by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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To Senators Opposing “Sheriffs First” Bill (SB-114)

27. January 2011

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by Attorney Timothy Baldwin
(apprx. 680 words)
Those who oppose SB 114-The Sheriffs First Bill have incorrectly expressed that the States are subservient to the federal government according to the United States Constitution (USC).

However, nothing could be further from the truth regarding the political association and federal system designed by founding fathers like James Madison—the father of [...]

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A Response to Bob Brown Regarding Nullification, Interposition and Secession

28. December 2010

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by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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Would to God!

9. December 2010

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by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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Will Montana Follow Vermont’s Governor Election?

2. December 2010

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by Attorney Timothy Baldwin
In a recent article, Thomas H. Naylor, professor emeritus of economics at Duke University, described the disparaging thought that the state of Vermont is not as freedom- and independent-minded as one would think or hope–in light of the 2010 gubernatorial election. To Naylor, if the people of Vermont were really as independent-minded [...]

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Does A Constitution Make a People Free?

18. September 2010

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Does A Constitution Make a People Free?

by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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Are Americans Really Different?

27. August 2010

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Are Americans Really Different?

by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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McDonald v. Chicago: The Great Misunderstanding of State Sovereignty, Part 2

30. June 2010

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McDonald v. Chicago: The Great Misunderstanding of State Sovereignty, Part 2

by Attorney Timothy Baldwin.

Do not trample over the freedom of everyone else as you run to Uncle Sam to correct the behavior for which you should be responsible.

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McDonald v. Chicago: The Great Misunderstanding of State Sovereignty, Part 1

30. June 2010

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McDonald v. Chicago: The Great Misunderstanding of State Sovereignty, Part 1

by Attorney Timothy Baldwin.

A constitution cannot maintain a federal nature while at the same time allowing the federal government to intrude on the states’ sovereignty.

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Staying Away From The Federal Courthouse

22. June 2010

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Staying Away From The Federal Courthouse

by Wilton Strickland.

A Key Ingredient For State Independence.

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