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Article 5 provides two ways to amend our Constitution: Congress (1) proposes amendments and sends them to the States for ratification (this was done with our existing 27 Amendments); or (2) calls a convention for proposing amendments if two-thirds of the State Legislatures apply for it. We’ve never had a …

A new CBS News poll conducted by YouGov shows 55% of Americans think the newly opened probe for the impeachment of this President is necessary, while 45% of Americans think it is unnecessary. Last Tuesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry into the President after a “so-called” …

Yes, he does.  The Federal Reserve System is collapsing due to the inherent instability of a monetary system, not based on gold & silver, but on the Fed’s “right” to create “money” out of thin air 1 which it then lends to the US Treasury (and is added to the …

Our recent national observation of what is called “Labor Day” got me to thinking.  When we observe national holidays, what, exactly, are we celebrating?  And when I consider how fashionable is the modern focus on “diversity” it makes me wonder how past American leaders could ever have come together to establish any …

The parts of our federal Constitution are so interrelated that it is impossible to understand a single clause therein without considering all of the other provisions of our Constitution. Article I, §8, clause 3, US Constitution, states: “The Congress shall have Power … To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and …

I believe we can all agree that despite our shortcomings the United States is likely the greatest country to live in. This, of course, is due to the blessings of Almighty God and the unashamed dedication our Founding Fathers had to Him and His Law. They believed in a doctrine …

If the American People [and American lawyers] had been properly educated, they would know that our federal Constitution created a federal government of enumerated powers only; and that most of the powers delegated to Congress over the Country at Large are listed at Art. I, §8, clauses 1-16, US Constitution. …

The Sovereign State of Arizona previously made a law which provides for the cooperative enforcement – with the federal government – of federal immigration laws throughout Arizona. The People of Arizona are suffering terribly from massive Invasions of their Southern Border; and because the federal government refuses to repel the Invasions, …

Liberty and justice for all Americans is the goal of the Constitution, making the Electoral College both right and American.

The original intent of the framers of the Constitution and the intent of the American people when they voted for the 16th Amendment, then there is absolutely no constitutional authority for your wages or salaries to be taxed by Uncle Sam. None, nada, zilch, zip.