On January 21, 2011, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit reversed the dismissal of 2 (out of 21) counts in a lawsuit brought against “the” United States for IRS misconduct. This is the second time that the D.C. Ci
In November, I reported on the petition filed by William M. Windsor with the Supreme Court. The petition asked the Court to answer the following questions: 1. Will the Supreme Court declare that the Constitution and its amendments may be voided
Will the Patriot Act be repealed and all warrantless searches stopped?
Nothing that the Supreme Court has done in decades has infuriated liberals/progressives as much as Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission he president scolded the court in his State of the Union Address, and now there is an attempt by the l
"Who am I to interpret the Constitution? I'm a sovereign individual... That means I believe I should be making decisions on how to live my life, not government."
Citing the particular clause of the Constitution that authorizes newly introduced legislation is reasonable. Yet in reality it will do little to restrain unconstitutional growth of the government. We've had such rules in the past and no benefit came
It is the biggest threat to the Supreme Court and the Constitution since FDR engaged in open warfare through the court packing scheme....
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark decision that serves to allow judges to void the Constitution in their courtrooms. The decision was issued on January 18, 2011, and the Court did not even explain the decision (Docket No. 10-632, 10-633, and 1
Control this, don't get too close, don't say that. Don't touch this, don't use that word, don't own this, don't use that. Don't argue too loud, don't get too emotional, don't engage in rhetoric. It's the left, it's the right, it's the spe
Is the root cause of this nation's escalating political vitriol our failure to embrace the Constitution? Can controversies involving government violations of the Constitution be settled in the political arena?
This year, I made just one New Year’s Resolution: to press for an Article V Amendment Convention. Talk of a convention has brewed in political circles for years. But given the massive growth of the federal government in recent years, with spending
Proponents are stressing that the purpose of the bill is to allow states to repudiate union pension funds. There is no mention of, say, getting out of bad swap contacts or renegotiations other creditor interests.
JUST A CONSTITUTIONAL MINUTE… In consideration of the sanctity of the United States Constitution—the bible of our Republic—my research has gravitated to obtaining an in depth comprehension of the forces from without our national borders to those c
"As Ron Paul has reminded us on many occasions, while elections are important parts of our political process, it is the power of ideas that truly shape and set the foundations of nations."
Phoenix Arizona - Bill of Rights Day Celebration at the Wrigley Mansion on December 15, 2010. This is the 9th Annual Celebration culminating with reading of the bill of rights. About 200 people gathered to in honor of our rights that the founding f
When all the irrelevances (rape charges, etc) and the fictions (danger to national security and soldiers) are removed, the fact is that Wikileaks' release of government documents is helpful not damaging to our democracy.
A federal appeals court ruled that the “individual mandate” imposed by the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” to be unconstitutional. Federal District Court Judge Henry Hudson has sided with the Commonwealth of Virginia, ruling that part of
It's not a good system but it's the best we've got.
Lt Col Terry Lakin - the Army Doc that refused deployment to Afghanistan until the CIC SHOWED HIS PAPERS is being court-marshalled, and some Americans aren't happy about it.
Defending the Constitution: WTP's Bob Schulz exposes a dark scheme involving a coordinated attack by all three Branches of our Government to actively thwart the exercise and enforcement of the First Amendment Right to Petition.
Globalists with food freedom lipstick, you are throwing your food fascism party a bit too soon. It seems there is a little problem with the constitutionality of the Senate's passing of S.510.
WTP's Bob Schulz offers a lucid view of our failed Constitution noting the this week's Supreme Court's refusals to perform its primary legal function. What will the People do about it? It's high time for a new "game plan."
What we have here is a willful act of TREASON on the part of the Senate and all the supporters of this legislation.
It is starting to look like the president who campaigned on closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay may end up doing something wholly different: signing a law that would pave the way for terrorism suspects to be held indefinitely.
Federalism & Separation of Powers - Congressional Powers and Limits on State Power - Due Process of Law - Equal Protection - Freedom of Expression & Religion
The United States Supreme Court will soon issue a landmark decision on the validity of the Constitution. The Supreme Court will consider three petitions filed by William M. Windsor, a retired Atlanta, Georgia grandfather. The decision should be rende
Patriots are again called to Walk in Honor Thanksgiving weekend and give Gratitude for America's Founding Documents. Plenty of time left to organize a walk in your town or city!
It seems no matter where President Obama goes, he continues to be called a "fellow Kenyan" for some strange reason by Kenyan officials. As reporter Jake Tapper of ABC News notes, "There was an odd little moment with Spice Jet founder Bhupendra
The mortgage debacle in the United States has raised deep questions about "the rule of law", the universally accepted hallmark of an advanced, civilized society. The rule of law is supposed to protect the weak against the strong, and ensure that...
Article V of the U.S. Constitution gives a supermajority of state legislatures the power to call a convention to restrain an overreaching federal government through targeted constitutional amendments.