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Reminds me, that unless raised in US of A, someone living here from another country, has no 'context' to understand the ideas of the DoI, the idea of the Constitution and the 50 States having their own Constitutions.  Richard Maybury, the author of Early Warning System newsletter on geo-politics first pointed out that historically and currently anyone from any country in the world only knows two alternatives, tyranny or chaos. The 3rd option, freedom, is an emerging, but not known, experienced or understood idea in the minds of most people. Ask any African, any Asian, Russian, Latino, the ideas of freedom are just not there; marxism, yes, socialism, yes, tyranny in all forms, but not any history or idea of living free.   

So nullification? When the Vatican 'gave' the kings and others control over the land and the people in history?   When the Emperors of China have always dominated the peoples of Asia or some other self appointed demi-god.  When did they experience non tyranny?

Reality is a bit*h. 

Wulirider

1 year, 3 months ago on A Basic Civics Lesson for Pseudo-Historians

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Thanks for such a solid and clear article on nullification.  Definitely the summary for a Handbook on 'Retaking America, One State, One county at a time.'  I will share this article with others and continue to make noise at my county level.

1 year, 9 months ago on Nullification in One Lesson

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Well said, succinct and powerful.  Kudos to you and may this article go viral!

1 year, 9 months ago on Never Give Up, Hold That Line!

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Enjoyed reading your article.  AS for the Dick Act, my reading of Edwin Vieira's work, a constitutional lawyer and writer on the militia in the constitution, differs from your interpretation regarding the federalization of the militia.  The militia, having existed for some 150 years prior to the Constitution remains a local creation for local issues that can be called up at state and then federal levels as needed by the President.  The National Guard is a beast of another color, similar to, but not the same creature, but a new creature, painted over to look like, but is not the constitutional militia as defined.  It is a hybrid, made out of new cloth.  It was, my words, a progressive movement to steal the concept and create a federal beast, to usurp the intent of the concept for solely federal reasons.  It was yet another theft of the word or concept of the militia.  Called verbicide, the pro-state folk stole the idea, but Dr. Vieira's work shows that the Constitutional militia is a local phenomenon, under the state governor and, can be called on by the President, but is not a 'given' that the governor would abide, again my thoughts, as the purpose of the militia is local action, not distant action for frivolous fear mongering wars on terrorist, another verbicidal word creation.  Terrorism is a tactic not a noun.  Any way, as defined by the FBI and the feds, all of us are terrorist for speaking out!!

 

Noel

2 years, 5 months ago on Executive War Powers Have Strict Constitutional Limits

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Enjoyed reading your article.  AS for the Dick Act, my reading of Edwin Vieira's work, a constitutional lawyer and writer on the militia in the constitution, differs from your interpretation regarding the federalization of the militia.  The militia, having existed for some 150 years prior to the Constitution remains a local creation for local issues that can be called up at state and then federal levels as needed by the President.  The National Guard is a beast of another color, similar to, but not the same creature, but a new creature, painted over to look like, but is not the constitutional militia as defined.  It is a hybrid, made out of new cloth.  It was, my words, a progressive movement to steal the concept and create a federal beast, to usurp the intent of the concept for solely federal reasons.  It was yet another theft of the word or concept of the millitia.  Called verbicide, the pro-state folk stole the idea, but Dr. Vieira's work shows that the Constitutional militia is a local phenomenon, under the state governor and, can be called on by the President, but is not a 'given' that the governor would abide, again my thoughts, as the purpose of the militia is local action, not distant action for frivolous fear mongering wars on terrorist, another verbicidal word creation.  Terrorism is a tactic not a noun.  Any way, as defined by the FBI and the feds, all of us are terrorist for speaking out!!

 

Noel

2 years, 5 months ago on Executive War Powers Have Strict Constitutional Limits

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