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FINALLY, States with constitutional spines!
From a historical standpoint, folks, when you add up all the nullification/interposition activities currently underway, they exceed anything seen even before the so-called "Civil War", which, of course, is correctly described by the politically INcorrect as the "War of Northern Aggression" or the War of Southern Independence".
Am buoyed knowing that there are still patriots out there who really DO understand the Constitution and are willing to defend it and themselves from federal tyranny.
2 weeks ago on Kansas to Eric Holder: We’re Not Backing Down! – Tenth Amendment Center Blog
l wonder if Roberts actually knew what he was doing when ruling the mandate a tax, knowing full well that all revenue bills must originate in the House. Either he was an unconscionably activist or didn't want to rule against a controversial bill passed by both houses. OR he placated the political powers to be, the Progressives, who held legislative sway, knowing that alert patriots would detect the procedural breach and bring it up again for SCOTUS ruling strictly on constitutional grounds. I'd like to believe the latter, and, if true, he's off the hook if the well-founded PLF suit succeeds. Frankly, I can't imagine how the PLF suit could fail-----IF there is at least a modicum of SCOTUS faithfulness to the Constitution remaining. That's the big question for me.
3 weeks, 5 days ago on The Supreme Court May Yet Rule Obamacare Unconstitutional
So 8 petitoners who object to Dr. Carson's biblical beliefs means he can't speak at the commencement? And what do the other medical students think about that? Have they been asked? Or are they so hobbled by political correctness they dare not speak. And if that's the case, then why would Dr. Carson even want to speak at their graduation.
1 month, 2 weeks ago on ***UPDATED WITH VIDEO*** Dr. Ben Carson apologizes, clarifies comments on ‘marriage’
Precisely. It isn't an issue about gay marriage or not gay marriage. It is a constitutional issue for me. The people have spoken and cannot be constitutionally overruled by the judiciary. It's really that simple.
1 month, 3 weeks ago on Mark Levin explains what the Supreme Court should do in gay marriage case
We've slipped so far from the pinnacle of exceptionalism our Founders so carefully crafted. Flynn is an unmitigated outrage, a painful reminder of just how far we've fallen. Frankly, I foresee disaster for this union. The Republic is long gone. It's an illusion, a product of wishful thinking. It's dead, folks. Best prepare for the worst. I pray States reassert their 10th amendment authority--and soon. Only this will restore constitutional order and prevent what could very well be a very messy collapse of the union. Also frankly, secession, peaceful if possible, may be patriots' only salvation. If we can't have liberty and constitutional order in ALL the States, we can at least enjoy the fruits of republicanism in some of the States.
2 months, 1 week ago on Police Chief Opposes Second Amendment; Gets Tank For His “Troops”
Can't wait 'til you come to NYS!!!! Wow!
4 months, 2 weeks ago on 2013: The Tenther Movement Hits its Stride
Your patriotic efforts are finally being rewarded, Michael. Thank you!
By the way, if you need an additional rep/contact in western NY, just say the word.
5 months, 1 week ago on NDAA Nullification Bill Passes Michigan House, 107-0
@Michael Boldin @JamesP.Delaney
And interposition as well! Wow! God-willing, the nullification bill passes in the Senate as well. I am positively giddy.
Gives me hope there's still life in our shattered republic.
Hey! Even if it's only about marijuana, at least it's a start.
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Tenther Radio Episode #74: A Nullification Domino Effect
Don't go nuts on us, Rick. Romney's eligibility was carefully vetted by "eligibility wonks". He was hands down eiligible.
5 months, 4 weeks ago on Will Marco Rubio be the Next GOP Presidential Candidate?
Well said, sir.
Got it. Sorry.
Actually, Arthur hid his ineligibility from the public. And to prevent disorder and a constitutional crisis, the politicians let it slide.
@Noble Owney @Don In Florida
Never say never in this "new order".
Because the courts dont' have jurisdiction. The States do, and the States have refused to "embarrass" themselves by adhering to constitutional eligibility requirements. As for the right, they are still hiding under their desks, now more than ever.
They were Legal Permanent Residents, not US Citizens. A constutiional problem to all but the willfully blind.
He was born here, but of Permanent Resident Aliens, not US Citizens.
I like Rubio a lot, but as a Senator, not as President or VP.
I am still sincerely concerned about his constitutional eligibility.
Obama's extremely questionable eligibility is troublesome enough, but no matter how I might "feel" about Rubio, in good conscience I cannot bring myself to objectively believe that a child born of Permanent Resident Aliens withint he jurisdiction of the USA is eligible.
Despite its notorious lack of credibility when it comes to faithfully upholding the Constitution, if SCOTUS would provide at least an advisory opinon (firmly grounded in the Constitution) that Rubio is eligible, then I might re-consider. Otherwise, I--like many millions of other Americans--cannot violate my oath to uphold and defend the Constitution no matter how I might "feel".
I absolutely couldn't agree more. We've established a privileged American aristocracy in DC and in most State capitals. They should all be "citizen representatives". The only perk should be the satisfaction of serving the country.
6 months ago on No More Waiting. Nullify Now!