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I hold everyone's feet to the fire equally Michael. Sometimes I think am harder on the liberty movement than I am on the enemy because my whole life I have observed one institution after another being subverted.  I care too much about liberty  to ever be politically correct.I love what TAC does, and I hope that any criticisms are not misconstrued. It's all in love Michael. Thanks for holding my feet to the fire on this issue.

1 year, 7 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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"(d) Any federal law, rule, regulation or order created or effective on or after January 1, 2013 shall be unenforceable within the borders of Wyoming".Thanks for the clarification both of you. After reading it for the 20th time I  finally agree.  :-)I will keep my long held cynicism of anything that the parasite class does. That serves me right 99% of the time.  Still looking for the "gotcha" here.  There is always one with the parasite class experience has taught me.

1 year, 7 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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Sounds like you should go into politics ---- where you can write indecipehable, ambiguous prose. :-)    I don't see that at all.

1 year, 7 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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Yes but why in God's name would you compromise?  The State is in the cat bird seat and it's bloody compromise that got us to the sorry place that we are now in. Is this just rhetoric? "The Constitution. Every Issue, Every time. No Exceptions, No Excuses. "

1 year, 7 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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I think it's bull shit to claim that  they will follow all gun laws made before 1/1/13 as if they were Constitutional.  But somehow magically all those after 1/1/13 are unconstitutional.Don't get me wrong, the spirit of what they want it to appear that they are doing is great, but the actual implementation looks like a total sell out to any principles at all.

They are saying that it's OK to violate peoples inalienable rights if you create law before a certain date.

That is a sell out that the NRA would be proud to claim as it's own.

1 year, 7 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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This is BS smoke and mirrors. It ignores the plethora  of unconstitutional gun laws already in place.   Politicians always compromise and sell you down the river.  Either self defense is an inalienable right Wyoming or it isn't. Make up your minds!

1 year, 7 months ago on Wyoming to Preserve the Second Amendment? – Tenth Amendment Center Blog

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Progressives?  What will they call themselves next week? These mentally ill people are so dispicable that they must constantly be finding a new alias.

1 year, 7 months ago on Today, a bunch of liars and crooks took an oath to...

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What I find lacking is no responsiblity being put on the individual. You seem to imply that people are too stupid to think without input from a church. 

1 year, 9 months ago on Church Failure Led to Obama Re-Election

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What you call a civic duty  - is a moral duty... of the church  to address moral issues.

1 year, 9 months ago on Church Failure Led to Obama Re-Election

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Just had to tell you that you rock Michael. I can hear the passion that also runs in my veins.Americans that have a passion for liberty are damn rare.

1 year, 12 months ago on Land of the Free? Absolutely Not.

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What about nullifying  executive orders?

What about the people nullifying State and County level tyranny?

Let's expand this thing to the real world...

2 years ago on How Many Ways Does the Government Spy on You?

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 The argument  about whether nullification is good or bad was absurd.   And always is absurd.It is like arguing whether or not sun sun rise is god or bad.  Or a frog is good or bad.  Nullification just  "IS".

2 years ago on Tenther Radio Episode #57: Mike Maharrey, the Moral High Ground

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Absolutely people are driven to drink by our draconian drug laws.  It all makes sense if you see the government eugenics/democide movement for what it is.

2 years ago on Tenther Radio Episode #57: Mike Maharrey, the Moral High Ground

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 @WilliamSchooler Keep in mind  what happened when the Articles of Confederation were amended.  I think all of the States seceding first  would be a good first step to forming a new Federation."But whether the Constitution really be one thing, or another, this much is certain – that it has either authorized such a government as we have had, or has been powerless to prevent it. In either case, it is unfit to exist."  ~ Lysander Spooner

2 years, 1 month ago on Maybe Now they will Listen

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Damn right  it is. It's time to start nullifying treaties, and executive orders.

 

A certain unconstitutional small arms treaty in particular. Not in small part because treaties by definition can only be made with sovereigns, and not private organizations like the UN.  Nor can treaties, the Senate, the States, nor the Supreme court abridge or nullify God given rights like the right to self defense.

2 years, 1 month ago on Maybe Now they will Listen

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Yes ruxpen4u if we are disarmed the American people will sooner or later be murdered. Take a look at death by government if you are not convinced 260 million people have been disarmed and murdered by their governments in the 20th century:

http://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/NOTE6.HTM

www.amazon.com/Death-Government-R-J-Rummel/dp/1560009276

 

If you were to call wars of aggression murder the toll would be much higher as the 260 million figure does not include wars.

2 years, 1 month ago on Battle against NDAA kidnapping provisions cross party lines

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Without a doubt the biggest threat to our liberties are, dumbed down, guberment school indoctrinated, citizens in this country.  It's scary that most of them can vote.

2 years, 1 month ago on Tenther Radio Episode 52: Greatest Threats to Liberty

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Not to beat a dead horse, but I do not trust a guy that  proudly displays a picture entitled: 

"Mack as an undercover narcotics agent"  on his web site. http://www.sheriffmack.com/index.php/biography

With no explanation or apology.

 

This would be like  Obama highlighting his signing of the NDAA in a re-election commercial.

Andrew Jackson running  for re-election and highlighting the Trail of Tears.

FDR bragging about  Japanese-American  Internment Camps.

Or Wilson talking up the Federal  Reserve  and the Income tax as his great contributions to mankind.

 

Sheriff Mack is suspect in my mind because  he does not address his  willfully destroying the lives of hundreds of Americans, and their  families.  Not only that he seems to be proud of the fact.  Mr. Macks  silence if deafening....

2 years, 4 months ago on Tenther Radio Episode 40: Sheriff Mack, The Government is Not our Boss!

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Micheal hey!

I had an epiphany today: This has probably been thought of but I have never seen it discused anywhere before.

Why are not the serveral states legnot nullifying executive orders - that do the same thing as the NDAA?

Considering that almost all executive orders are unconstitutional they should come up a way to nullify allexecutive orders in one fell swoop. Executive order are vile and exxtremly repugnant. They need even more attention that the usurpations of the legislature.

In Liberty

2 years, 6 months ago on Will Missouri Nullify Obamacare?

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