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Mandatory schooling has been here a long time. So has indoctrination in those schools. That's why we have a nation of illiterate and uninformed voters.

1 month, 1 week ago on Obama Says U.S. Should Consider Mandatory Voting

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No one should be allowed to vote unless they are informed. Uniformed voters are a problem because they vote for parties and not representatives to protect rights. They vote for party politicians based on ideology instead of constitutional merit. They vote for what they can get from government without being aware of the fact that the government can only give them from what it takes from others.


If it was my call, civics must be taught in ALL schools, people ALL must be aware of the process of self-governance, and voting returned to the People instead of the parties and the government.

Pretending we live in a democracy does not make it so. This nation was create as a representative republic, where the real power lies with We the People. That is unless you are willing to give up your rights to govern for yourself.

1 month, 1 week ago on Obama Says U.S. Should Consider Mandatory Voting

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The (un)Patriot(is) Act itself is treasonous.

1 month, 2 weeks ago on Reckless Behavior: How 47 Senators Broke The Law with a Single Letter

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Obviously you are operating from emotion and not reason. Lawlessness runs amok in the Obama White House.

1. Arming rebels to overthrow Qaddafi - arming OUR enemies is TREASON.
2. Sending terrorist prisoners back to their jihad to get an American deserter is TREASON! Fraternizing with the enemy.

3. Ignoring the law and allowing an unsecured border violates the duty imposed on the US government to provide that security to the States 


So let me see if I understand the liberal perspective: The President can do whatever he wants and the legislative branch disagrees with him, they are treasonous?



1 month, 2 weeks ago on Reckless Behavior: How 47 Senators Broke The Law with a Single Letter

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Wrong! The Congress (Senate) must approve it.

1 month, 2 weeks ago on Reckless Behavior: How 47 Senators Broke The Law with a Single Letter

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@Matthew Crockett Nothing in that letter indicates treason. It merely explains the process by which treaties becoming binding according to our Constitution. Treason? Hardly! 

Now this may have been treason:

http://www.forbes.com/2009/08/27/ted-kennedy-soviet-union-ronald-reagan-opinions-columnists-peter-robinson.html


But no big deal right? After all, he was a Kennedy.

1 month, 2 weeks ago on Reckless Behavior: How 47 Senators Broke The Law with a Single Letter

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Divide and conquer is how they beat us. The whole race baiting is only obscuring the fundamental problem. Because we now have a government that controls so much of our lives, people have lost their self respect and respect for others.

1 year, 8 months ago on UPDATE: 2ND SUSPECT IDENTIFIED AS KENAN KINARD – 89-year-old WWII veteran BEATEN TO DEATH by two black teens

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The Constitution is a contract of limitations and duties of the federal government, created by the contract once the officers of the government were duly elected and appointed to their posts, under oath to defend, obey, and protect the Constitution, the contract with the People and the States representing them..

 

Using social issues to promote unconstitutional legislation and even having a Supreme Court ruling on constitutionality, does not negate the final judgement which lies with the People and the States. The government has long influenced education through its mandates, regulations, and standards, to indoctrinate children to be totally ignorant of their own powers and instead emphasize the power of the government.

1 year, 11 months ago on A Basic Civics Lesson for Pseudo-Historians

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 @OdellHarwell  @Robert kepka  @FredMarsico Yes, the Battle of Athens is a good reminder to us all, how we can fight and succeed in preserving the liberty our founders fought and died to give us.

 

Please see:

http://fixamerica-fredmars.blogspot.com/2013/02/the-meaning-of-liberty.html

 

 

2 years, 2 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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 @Robert kepka We don't "need" the military but we do need parity of arms. There are many veterans and current military that will keep their oaths and not obey unconstitutional orders to fire upon US citizens.

 

The problem lies in the fact that most of our military are fighting for resources for the corporations that are backed by the State Department and CIA and the troops that will be on the ground here in the US will be UN troops who will have no problem killing us.

2 years, 3 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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Get it here!

2 years, 3 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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 @Robert kepka We will have restore them as our founders obtained them. That will require installing anew government, that will make the Constitution the law of the land once again.

 

We will have to end the central banking system that is the Federal Reserve, and remove the fictitious personage that is corporations. The ability of banks to create money without assets to back that money is the root cause of inflation. Return to a system where our currency is backed with assets of worth, silver and gold and even corn and wheat.

 

Will will need to restore the Title of Nobility Amendment that was 'misplaced' after the War of 1812, and make it known that it was properly ratified. We will also have to return the voting of Senators back to the States and have the proper balance restored to Congress.

 

We must also repeal the 16th Amendment and stop the taxation of wages. The people our entitled to keep the fruits of their labors. We must stop aiding foreign nations with funds that are used to build armies and suppress the rights of their own people. We may enjoy commerce and trade with foreign nations but we need to butt out of their politics. 

 

Restore militias as they once were as the local protection and a State militia under the governor's direction and called to serve the national army only during times of declared war. Repeal or nullify the unconstitutional War Powers Act and stop the government from keeping standing armies during times of peace.

 

Return the writing of laws to the People in States in which they reside and elect citizen representation that are not members of the Bar(risters) Association who are loyal to the Crown (see Title of Nobility Amendment - the original thirteenth Amendment.)

 

Do all these things with well armed citizens and this nation will be restored to the prosperous and free republic that it was created to be!

2 years, 3 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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It seems that most Americans do not understand the simple fact that the Constitution is OUR contract with the national government. It was meant to define just what that government may do with our consent, and the rest is up to the States and to We the People.Subtle yet significant changes were made since the original document was ratified that Congress has taken upon itself to further the usurpation of our rights. The main problem for those of us is that most people do not get that we do not get those rights from government, we are granted rights by our Creator. It is further misinterpreted that government will be  the protectors of those rights.

 

We must be the protectors just as we must protect our families and properties. The limited duties granted by us to the government was to produce fairness for all in commerce and trade, to protect the borders from invasion by enemies, to establish a monetary system that protects the fruits of our labors, and allow the markets to be free for trade among the States and other nations.

 

If we are to return this nation to the greatness and prosperity that made it the goal of all other nations to achieve, we must restore the liberty that once was cherished by all people of the world, so much so, that they were willing to come to America with little or nothing and enjoy the opportunity to prosper. 

2 years, 3 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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 @peggyjames This is true, but also they will not be paying taxes to the federal government (neither would the residents) and they will then have the funds to support their win needs within the State.

 

That is why our founders did not want a federal direct taxation system. That did not come about until the unconstitutional Federal Reserve Act and  the amendment that changed the wording of apportionment of taxes to allow direct taxation of the individual.

 

Prior to that act and amendment, we paid no federal income tax nor state taxes on wages. Taxes were collected from businesses and only on profits. As the most prosperous nation in the world with the strongest defenses, are taxes were minimal at best.

2 years, 5 months ago on Ten States Voting on Nullification Measures this Week

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The People and the States need to stop a run away federal tyranny by nullifying those acts of Congress and Presidential Executive Order that blatantly defy the People's rights as mandated by the limitations placed upon the national government through the Constitution.

 

 

 

http://fixamerica-fredmars.blogspot.com/2012/08/end-prohibition.html

2 years, 5 months ago on Ten States Voting on Nullification Measures this Week

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