LETS BE TWO AMERICAS: THE CASE FOR FEDERALISM 

BY: Robert Tracinski | The Federalist The past few decades’s worth of trench warfare on Capitol Hill is driven by a wider national conflict of values. It is driven by the contrast between the coastal states and big population centers, where people generally want a much bigger and more intrusive government that redistributes a lot […]


ADHERENCE TO FEDERALISM WILL PUT POWER IN HANDS OF THE PEOPLE WHERE IT BELONGS

BY: Todd Macko | UCF Executive Commitee The United Conservatives Fund (UCF) is able to provide a unified leadership role across the conservative movement in Mississippi. The reason we are able to do this is because we restrict our core tenets to those that are held to be true by all conservatives regardless of where […]


ELIMINATING COMMON CORE AND THE FEDERAL ROLE IN EDUCATION

BY: Senator Chris McDaniel Fifty years ago, President Lyndon Johnson pushed the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) through Congress, a $1 billion program to help poor students and less fortunate school districts. When he signed the bill into law on April 11, 1965, LBJ stated that he believed that “no law I have signed […]