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Those who wish to enter this republic should do so lawfully.  If not, they suffer the consequences, harsh as those consequences may be. 
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Americans need the Truth.  But former law professor Rob Natelson’s recent article in The Hill is filled with ad hominems and misstatements. 
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The Second Amendment is not going to be repealed, and if by some chance it were, it would result in a bloodbath when government employees came to confiscate guns.
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James Madison, the father of the Constitution, said the General Welfare clause was added to describe the purpose of the limited powers being delegated to the central government, for example, so the central government could use those powers for the “general Welfare” of the union, rather than for the benefit of one State over the other.
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Editor’s Note:  Publius Huldah has always been very specific when she writes her articles to deal with the Constitution and constitutional issues.  At times, we have had those who advocate for an Article V Constitutional Convention to propose Amendments, which they used to refer to as a con-con but have changed …
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President Donald Trump has backed the House short-term spending bill, which continues to have unconstitutional spending in it, in order to avoid a government shutdown. Among some of the things cited by Trump for his support of the bill is funding for the military and an unconstitutional welfare program called …
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Foundational Knowledge Our Constitution delegates only a handful of powers to the federal government.  But 100 years ago, we started electing Progressives (Fabian socialists) to State and federal office.  With the enthusiastic approval of the American People, the Progressives set up the socialist regulatory welfare governments (state and federal) we …
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“The politician that undertakes to improve a Constitution with as little thought as a farmer sets about mending his plow, is no master of his trade. If that Constitution be a systematic one, if it be a free one, its parts are so necessarily connected that an alteration in one …
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“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.”  –Joseph Goebbels Newspeak  In the novel, “1984,” George Orwell’s unsettling prophecy of a totalitarian society, Newspeak was the official language of Oceania. It was devised to limit freedom of thought. New words …
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More unconstitutional spending coming out of Congress and the Trump administration, just like it has been during previous administrations. The latest discovery of unconstitutional, wasteful spending is a nearly $600,000 grant to finance a study that will look into designating “safe zones” for LGBTQ community members. One News Now reports: …
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