Sneaking under the media radar (or perhaps with their blessing) 45 of the 50 states have approved the federal program called Common Core Standards. Common Core is a requirement to participate in the Race to the Top federal grant program; many states signed on without knowing what Common Core was. The federal government offered money […]
Tag: "states rights"
Yes, you read that correctly. Your eyes are not deceiving you. Divided We Stand. In less than a week since this nation re-elected Barack Obama, there are calls from numerous States to secede from The United States of America. We are no longer a United Nation. We are very much a Divided Nation. Many are […]
Ultimately, the Supreme Court decided that states cannot create laws that are intended to make up for a federal government’s failure to enforce them which has far reaching implications beyond SB1070. Consider the current administration’s decision to not enforce deportation statutes and The Defense of Marriage Act. Whether Americans agree or disagree with those laws, this […]
Jesse Jackson posits the argument that Conservatives want to re-fight the civil war in order to destroy his civil rights. Social justice, slavery and more are thrown about as he attempts to dismantle the logical argument of true freedom – individual rights – by pushing big government enslavement. His crowd is eating it up. “Should […]
Call it the eBay or Amazon tax – or perhaps the Barnes and Nobles, Apple Store or New York Times Online tax – call it whatever you like, but it is a tax. A tax proposed by Illinois’ own Senator Duck Durbin (D) that will be levied on all online purchases. The Main Street Fairness […]
Senator Mike Haridopolos, District 26 — Press Release March 9, 2011* Florida Senate Passes Health Care Freedom Act First bill passed by Senate in 2011 session allows Floridians to make health care decisions The proposed amendment is sponsored by Senate President Mike Haridopolos (R-Merritt Island) and co-sponsored by every member of the Senate Republican […]
A recent Rebellion in America article states that five states: Montana, Utah, Wyoming, Tennessee and now South Dakota have made it illegal for the Federal government to enforce or enact laws on personal firearms manufactured and kept within state lines. South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds has signed into law his state’s version of a Firearms […]