Category Archives: Constitution

How the Usurper usurped

Obama, hypocrite in chief at the National Prayer Breakfast
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There were well over 100 lawsuits that challenged Barack Obama’s place on the ballot in 2008 and 2012. These lawsuits contained a plethora of constitutional reasons why the man now occupying the White House should not have been on the ballot. Unfortunately, there were also a plethora of reasons why the lawsuits were dismissed and ignored – most of them revealing more about the judges and their disregard for the Constitution than the Usurper himself.

Wooing Wyoming 2

A typical Muslim national flag: green with a white crescent and star.
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I was pleased to hear from Shannon Smith, executive director of the Wyoming Humanities Council, but disappointed to learn that she “disagreed.”  When people disagree with facts, it means they cannot abide information that conflicts with their belief system.  Did she not grasp that our world is afire? that our World Trade Center was bombed and 3,000 citizens killed? that Christians are being slaughtered in Africa and Asia? that Jews are fleeing Europe again? that Sweden and Norway have been called the rape capitals of the world? that the violence occurring around the globe is caused by one group and one group only?

Congressmen? Outraged? An open challenge

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.
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Enough pontificating, if those quoted by the media are truly serious regarding Obama’s abuse of power and ending the unconstitutional behavior of this run-a-way administration, set forth below are indisputable facts that can reverse Obamacare and expose Congressional criminal activity.

Obamacare creates unconstitutional army

The Reichstag Fire. That kind of provocation is coming to America.
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What if I told you that the Health-care legislation we call Obamacare grants Obama the authority to create his own personal Army Corps in violation of the U.S. Constitution?

Licentious illiberal liberals

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.
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Across this nation there are streets, blocks, neighborhoods and cites which exist in various gradients of contrasting security and danger.  It has been pointed out by many, and many times over, that the safest locations for the people to live, work and enjoy life are those areas where the constitutional right to self defense has not been taken away by socialist legislators and liberal judges.

Recess appointment abuse before SCOTUS

Supreme Court, group portrait 2010
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Yesterday (January 13, 2013) the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case of recess appointment abuse. Several Justices heaped open skepticism, if not scorn, on the U.S. solicitor arguing the government’s side. Perhaps now the Supreme Court will rein in the Obama administration and curb one of its most flagrant abuses of the Constitution.

Liberty Amendments – vain hope?

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.
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Our Constitutional form of government is in peril. The intent of the framers of the U.S. Constitution is ignored with impunity. The concept of liberty through limited government is lost on nearly all that we send to DC. The national debt spirals out of control. The powers reserved to the states and the people are usurped as though the 10th Amendment has somehow been repealed.

Impeachment: a viable option?

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.
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Editor’s Note: Over the weekend of December 28-29, 2013, the Democratic National Committee sent out an e-mail to its mailing list. In it they quoted several Republican Members of Congress who, they say, talked openly of impeachment of Barack Obama. They sought to use these quotes to move their base to flip the House. But Nicholas E. Purpura, below, makes the case for impeachment. For real.

NSA surveillance – circuits split

Thomas Jefferson promoted liberty, not license
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The mainstream media are buzzing today with a breathless report. According to them, the NSA surveillance program got a new lease on life. Specifically, another federal judge, this time in New York State, said the massive NSA surveillance program does follow the Constitution. This other judge uses highly dubious reasoning. All he has done is set up a split between circuits. Thus the NSA surveillance program will come before the Supreme Court.

Second Amendment: winning issue

Constitution Day meme. Can Liberty Amendments serve that purpose?
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Yesterday, Governor Nikki Haley (R-S.C.) boasted about her favorite Christmas gift: a 9-mm Beretta PX4 Storm handgun. Supporters and opponents, both of Haley and of the Second Amendment, reacted quickly. The two sides obviously set the tone for her rematch against State Senator Vincent Sheheen (D-Camden, S.C.). But it also spoke volumes about the Second Amendment and what the people think of it.