Category Archives: Constitution

Warning from the floor of the House

A House member warns the public to rise up to protect the Constitution.
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We complain that our elected officials do not represent us. Sometimes that is because they do not see the problem in the same light we do and sometimes it is because their own self interest – getting elected – seems to take precedence. But what should we do when one of them gets up on the House floor and says we cannot save you, it is time for you to save yourselves?

Sports fans, choose: big game or freedom

Sports are as old as the Romans, and used for the same purpose.
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America’s sworn enemies have stated that the “American people’s god has now become sports. So attack.” And attacking they are.

Professors, back to elementary school!

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.
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The “change” that America was sold by this administration was deceptive in that people believed the president was paralleling change with reclamation and restoration to our founding documents. Not a departure! That’s what I said to several college professors in North Carolina.

Smoke screens and mirrors

The smoke screen leads to worldwide confiscation of guns
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Well, America, once again we have been duped by the man now occupying the White House. While he put on a good show this week castigating the United Nations, Secretary of State John Kerry was wheeling and dealing behind closed doors. This bait and switch tactic would have made the Great Houdini proud.

Impeachment talk quietly builds

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.
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Talk of impeachment of the (de facto) President went beyond outraged citizens and conservative pundits. Yesterday a Member of Congress signaled his interest in it. He has had this interest for nine months, and now has renewed it.

Constitution Day

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.
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Today, September 17, commemorates the signing of the United States Constitution, the document that both frames our form of government and simultaneously protects our liberties by strictly limiting the powers granted to that government.

Syria: no case for war

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.
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The (de facto) President does not have a sound case for going to war in Syria. His actions show contempt for due process of (international) law. The evidence even that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had broken international law is lacking. Most of all, the Constitution grants to Congress, not to the President, the “power…to declare war.” Therefore Barack Obama pours contempt on the Constitution.

Move over Moses, for Chris Christie

Chris Christie of New Jersey: did he learn anything?
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Just when you think elected officials can’t get any more arrogant than they already are, along comes Chris Christie to prove you wrong.

Gun control: eyes wide open!

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.
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As the gun-control issue rages on – and rest assured, friends, it is raging on – gun-grabbing criminals tell one contrived or fabricated lie after another, acting under the guise of representing the people while they continue down the road of pushing their illegal agenda “forward” in the face of the American people.

Birthers make Levin ‘sick’?

Alleged long form birth certificate
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Two days ago [August 19] on his radio show, Mark Levin, the “Great One” as he has been tagged by his good pal and fellow Cromwellian chameleon, Sean Hannity, finally showed himself for the buffoon he is. At a book signing, somewhere in the bowels of Red State New Jersey, the Constitutional expert, author of books and oratorical purveyor of all things conservative (well almost all things), Mr. Levin found himself being questioned by a real American. And he did not like it. Not one bit. In his ire and quite unintentionally, he let out a very interesting piece of information. It’s well known to all of us who have listened to Levin during the past few years that he holds in contempt anyone who would dare to question or confront him. His dislike for Progressives and liberals appears to have taken a back seat to those scoundrels he bitterly and sarcastically calls “Birthers”. We will instruct Mr. Levin as to just what a “birther” is a bit later and we will also teach the great one a bit about our Constitution and the history of its authorship.