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A modern-day American Revolution is brewing, known as the Nullification Movement, which is reaching its boiling point. Nullification begins with a change of mind, followed by clear, actionable steps. And it’s essential to restoring 10th Amendment protections to states whose authority have been overwhelmingly usurped by an unconstitutional and unaccountable rogue behemoth federal government. The
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CJ Grisham has been a contributor for a couple of years now. We first heard about CJ during an episode with the Temple police, who failed to follow the law regarding the open carry of guns in Texas. Now, Grisham, a retired United States Army First Sergeant, has set his
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In the January 2011 edition of the California Lawyer, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia correctly says the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution does not apply to sex discrimination or sexual orientation cases. 1 Activist federal judges, on the other hand, see the 14th Amendment as a blank check to
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If politicians introduced a bill mandating the slaughter of all human babies under the age of two years; but called it, “The Little Babies Protection Act,” establishment conservatives and unthinking people all over the Country would be clamoring for its passage. We have become a shallow and easily deceived people.
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In a push to advance real, solid, constitutional money, two states have passed bills that treat gold and silver as money and remove state capital gains taxes on the precious metals. First, the Arizona Senate Committee passed HB2014 on March 8.  The Tenth Amendment Center praised the bill as helping
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Article first appeared at Ammo Land. New York, NY  -(Ammoland.com)-  The Travel Ban Executive Order is lawful. The principal duty of the U.S. President is mentioned in the oath he takes as set forth in the Article 2, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution: “Before he enter on the execution
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Article first appeared at Activist Post. Today, a California law went into effect that not only bolsters restrictions on state officials from seizing property without due process, but also throws a wrench into federal efforts to do the same. Sen. Holly Mitchell (D-Los Angeles) introduced Senate Bill 443 (SB443) in
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Article first appeared at Activist Post. Today, an Illinois law went into effect banning the use of “stingrays” to track the location of phones and sweep up electronic communications without a warrant in most situations. The new law will not only protect privacy in Illinois, but will also hinder one
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Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore was suspended over upholding the law of God, the laws of Alabama and the Constitution of Alabama against the redefining of marriage to include sodomites. Now, he is facing charges over his urging of probate judges to not issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. The
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It’s not polite to nit-pick as it is sometimes seen as “nagging,” or at least that is what I learned growing up from my grandmother.  However, when information is presented that is clearly questionable, one cannot help but “nit-pick” that information to show the holes to those who may not
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