Thomas Jefferson

UVA Betrays Legacy of Its Founder, Thomas Jefferson

Hans von Spakovsky, CNS News

The right to free speech (even when offensive) is, of course, prominently guaranteed in the very first amendment of our Bill of Rights. I have no doubt that the British Crown authorities found the Declaration of Independence, which Jefferson drafted, deeply offensive. If the 911 system had existed at the time, they would also have asked any colonist who saw the declaration being posted to immediately call law enforcement.

10th Amendment Center’s Bad Interpretation of Nullification

Jen Kuznicki,

Tea partiers must be made aware that the Tenth Amendment Center does not speak the truth when it insists that nullifying federal law, as defined by the Center, is in line with Madison and Jefferson.

The Party Of Jefferson Attacks Ken Cuccinelli For Being Jeffersonian

Vice President Biden got it exactly backwards at last weekend's Jefferson -- Jackson Day dinner. If Virginia’s voters take their Jeffersonian principles seriously, then they would have to conclude that it is the Tea Party and limited government constitutional conservatives, like Ken Cuccinelli, that are finally turning the ship of state back toward the “Virginia way” first articulated by Thomas Jefferson.