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Nice, Michael! Everyone: share, share, share this!
1 year, 4 months ago on Let Me Say This Clearly
1 year, 9 months ago on No More Waiting. Nullify Now!
Great article! The key word in there, besides, "nullify," is "criminals." We need to keep pounding that message home.
@LindaTucker @gypsynovus If you are on this site, you can't beleive we are doomed. The federal gubment, as it exists, is doomed, but we are not doomed as long as we can oppose it. We are republics unto ourselves.
1 year, 9 months ago on Nullification Victories!
Nice. I sent to my state senators and reps--although they are not now in session.
1 year, 10 months ago on Ten States Voting on Nullification Measures this Week
@LadyJane5 @SallyOh You think Michael is aggressive, LadyJane5? Just look at what the Founding Fathers did. ;)
1 year, 11 months ago on Government Bullies
Davy Crockett is the one who woke me up. And no, I didn't hang around with him. It was his son who told me this story. Anyway, here it is for anyone who didn't read it before.
Michael's right. The states are where its at--but not with lawsuits; rather with simply ignoring the dictates from the fed.
2 years ago on A Message to <i>The Revolution</i>
William, in the first video Jeff Daniels said we were once great because we--among other things--waged a war on poverty. Why did you include that clip if you're complaining about our country going off the deep end? The "War on Poverty" by LBJ greatly accelerated the abuse of governmental power. With The War on Poverty, LBJ took a huge dump on our Republic and rubbed patriots' noses in it. I like the reclaimation effort, but I believe that the real power resides, untapped, with the states and the people; exactly the way it was designed.
2 years ago on Curing the American Disease
Sam Adams was the constant firecracker among the group. Otis had some problems and faded in and out and Adams got cold feet on a couple of occasions. All had their contributions, though.
2 years ago on The Real Origin of the Tea Party Movement