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Yes, America Did Build That

constitution-scroll-small I have often been tempted to believe that the greatest contribution of the British people to the world has been the concept of a private limited liability company.  It was the development of this concept that created the environment for the invisible hand of capitalism to create the dynamic free economy.  And it was that […]

Mark Levin's Liberty Amendments: Legalizing Tyranny

Mark-Levin-and-The-Liberty-Amendments For 100 years, the federal government has usurped powers not delegated to it in our Constitution. What should we do about it? Should we reclaim our existing Constitution and put an end to the usurpations? Or should we "modernize" the Constitution by delegating to the federal government the powers it has usurped – so as […]

Mass Protests In Support of Cliven Bundy 4/12/2014

1901506_279065962255951_782253039565206808_n Many people across the nation are uniting together in support of Cliven Bundy. Whether by helping to spread the word, helping with supplies, or actually going on location to protest. WE THE PEOPLE are uniting in mass. Patriots are coming from as far as Florida to show their support standing in the face of tyranny, […]

The Constitution is not a Self-Enforcing Document

United-States-Constitution   The Constitution is not a self-enforcing document. Although the Constitution is the supreme law of our land and provides limits on the powers and authorities of our federal, state and local governments, its words cannot and will not leap off the page and enforce themselves. The common folk of America must be the champions […]

The Constitution is Supposed to Protect Us From Washington

the constitution The US was established as a Constitutional Republic. The Founding Fathers provided us with three vital documents, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and its amendments, called The Bill of Rights. Taken together, these documents establish the philosophic bases of our government and set up a foundation from which all laws in our nation proceed. […]

How can You Defend a Constitution You Fear?

us-constitution-with-pen-Article-V After writing my last article defending the proposed use of Article V to control an unrepresentative Washington D.C., I decided to momentarily abstain from critical analysis of my fellow writer's vociferous condemnation of an Article V Convention of States. I had hoped to assuage my concerns of fueling what has become another conservative side show […]