Monthly Archives: April 2011

What Progressivism is to America

By EricR, [repost from] June 25, 2010 • Since the founding of this nation we have been blessed to hold power over our government as a matter of law, the Constitution of the United States. That law was derived from … Continue reading

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Obama’s Czars

Even the late Democrat Senator Robert Byrd warned that the czar system “can threaten the constitutional system of checks and balances.” Continue reading

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Two Tweaks to the Constitution

The 17th amendment was the death of the careful balance between State and Federal Government. As designed by that brilliant and very practical group of Founding Fathers, the two governments would be in competition with each other and neither could abuse or threaten the other. Continue reading

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Why States Must Nullify Unconstitutional Acts of Congress: Instructions from Hamilton, Madison, & Jefferson

By Publius Huldah • This article originally appeared in Publius-Huldah’s Blog, Understanding the Constitution, January 24, 2011. Why Nullification is Legal During August 2010, the People of The State of Missouri approved Proposition C and nullified key parts of “obamacare”.  … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Mr. Jefferson

IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and … Continue reading

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