There will be a 'Freedom Rally' on the Senate lawn today - we begin gathering at noon. Program starts sometime after...
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Hour 1 - "Articles of Freedom" Arizona coordinator Ed Vallejo in Studio / Hour 2 - Tom Westbrook "Homestead Act"
“Oath Keepers as an organization feels that a confrontational stance, such as has been published, places this event, in public perception, outside the terms of our stated and published mission...
Hour 1 mp3 -Beau Grosscup ("Strategic Terror" - The Politics and Ethics of Aerial Bombardment) Hour 2 mp3 - Southern Republican Leadership Conference - Ron Paul
The first practical example of this contention came in 1791, when Hamilton used the clause to defend the constitutionality of the creation of the First Bank of the United States, the first federal bank in the new nation's history.
Rep Phil Hare, a Democrat of Illinois, in a Town Hall meeting about the recent passage of the Health Care bill Citizen: What about the Constitution? Hare: I don't care about the Constitution on this, to be honest with you Citizen2: Jackpot, bro
WTP Foundation Chairman Bob Schulz appeared Tuesday on FOX News’s “Freedom Watch” with Judge Andrew Napolitano to discuss how the little-known power of the 800-year old Right to Petition might help us save the Constitution.
"The Articles Of Freedom" are announced on Mainstream Fox! (How did it sneak through? - Ed)
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) — a judge in his prior career — comes out for repealing the 17th Amendment, to “restore the balance” between the federal government and the states by giving the right to appoint senators back to state legislatures.
The following is Tenth Amendment Center approved legislation to nullify federal overreach into the health care industry. Activists, we encourage you to send this to your state senators and representatives – and ask them to introduce this legislation
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We, the people of the United States, acting freely and voluntarily as individuals, consent and agree that we will cooperate with each other in sustaining such a government as is provided for in this Constitution.
I don’t usually comment on things in the news unless I have something to say that I haven’t heard anyone else say. Two times in the past couple days I’ve seen someone either not answer, or give the wrong answer, to a question regarding the healthcare
Nowhere in the constitution is there anything approaching authority for the Federal government to do any of this. The founders would have been horrified at the idea of government forcing citizens to become consumers of a particular product...
“What I’m trying to do, though, is make it very clear to those Democrats who are on the fence, and who think that this somehow is going to protect them, that it won’t because we’re going to expose you." video
“I, AB, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without
Clyde Cleveland - Author of "Common Sense; Revisited" and Iowa Delegate to the recent Continental Congress 2009 speaks to Phoenix Activists (video).
When people go to this much trouble to express themselves....there's a revolution brewin'.
This isn't legal! And from the Boston Tea Party state! WTF! The right to bear arms as defined in the Second Amendment does not apply to the states, so Massachusetts can regulate who can have firearms and how those weapons are to be stored, the stat
OathKeepersOK — March 12, 2010 — Ron Paul Defends Oath Keepers March 8, 2010 Newport Music Hall near Ohio State University.
Join our old friend Citizen X as he explores the history of the U.S. Constitution from a skeptic's perspective. Using Boston T. Party's Hologram of Liberty as a guide, we find that, far from being a limiter on government, the Constitution has been t
He said the government has no business collecting personal information such as ethnicity, income and religious affiliation and categorizing people into groups. “From a constitutional perspective, of course, the answer to each ... NUNYA
All undelegated powers exercised by the federal government are unathoritative, void and of no force.
Particularly apropos here is the feds' health-care violation of the 10th Amendment, which is part of our Bill of Rights and was ratified on Dec. 15, 1791: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to t
Although his health was seriously in jeopardy for quite awhile, he is now back to 100%, and he plans to resume teaching classes beginning March 6th.
Americans overwhelmingly think that the government in this country is broken, according to a new national poll. But the CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey, released Sunday morning, also indicates that the public overwhelmingly holds out hope tha
John Jay, co-author of the Federalist Papers and first chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, may have been a bit ambivalent on this topic, but he, too, tipped his hat to the juror, writing in a 1794 jury instruction "that on questions of fact, it
Jonathan Turley discusses the facts surrounding the Obama Justice Department finding the authors of the Bush torture memos guilty of bad judgement.