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The United States Consitution is made up of three basic parts:

  • The Preamble
  • The Articles (7)
  • Amendments (27)

The first 10 amendments are enshrined in the Bill of Rights.

See: Full Text of the U.S. Consitution

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS, AS HELD, ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL

  I am now 66 years old, born on January 7, 1950. Every presidential election held in my lifetime has violated the Constitution. Now, before some of you get your panties in a wad let me quote directly from our founding document. This is copied exactly as it is written in the document, including capital letters and punctuations where I ...

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ARTICLE V CONVENTION? I DON’T THINK SO!!!!!

There are many people, some who erroneously call themselves conservatives, panting at the idea of and calling for a Constitutional Convention as a resolution to the dilemma of politicians ignoring and violating the current document. What those poor, demented fools don’t understand, despite my numerous attempts to enlighten them, is that the ruling class political elitists will either abolish the ...

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The Coming Free Speech Apocalypse

  I just watched two trailers for the documentary movie “The Free Speech Apocalypse” to be released in November.   It shows how hateful, vulgar, and violent the leftist “tolerance” crowd is. For those of you who may not know the liberal’s definition of “tolerance” I will enlighten you. It means “speak only that which our narrow, evil minds find acceptable”; ...

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Good people serving those who served the nation

I spend some of my free time doing volunteer work at the local veterans center and it has proven to be a wonderful experience that has helped me improve physically and mentally. I am very limited in what I can do due to disability caused by a stroke on August 19, 2014 so I am not much help but I ...

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Dexter, ignorance of basic rights and the slide into serfdom

My son and I were binge-watching “Dexter” on Netflix the other night. In one episode, the police department set up random roadblocks to DNA test everyone that that came through to hopefully find suspects from old cases. They called it a DNA sweep. I was so proud when my son said “They can’t do that. The fourth amendment says so!” I ...

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The “supreme court”!!!! What Constitution????? What God?????

  Once again we see the Constitution rendered irrelevant. This time by five people who view themselves and their opinions as superior to even the Word of God, and ignore the precepts that this nation was founded upon. Five arrogant “what I think is above all else in the universe” lawyers have decided that they can determine what states can ...

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Relying on Article VI of the US Constitution, former Teacher files lawsuit against Public Schools

ORWIGSBURG, Penn., Oct. 30, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — Tom Ritter, a retired public school academic physics and chemistry teacher, has filed a lawsuit (in Dauphin County) seeking the courts to require that all public schools charge “fair” tuition. (The effect will be to end public education in America, produce a blossoming of private schools and end school taxes.) His reasoning: ...

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Our Constitutional Protections of “We, the People’s” Individual Rights and Freedoms

As the Articles of Confederation was written and established by the States, the unique perspective of our founders were that they gave us a U.S. Constitution written by “We, the People” and ratified by the States. This placed, We, the people over State and federal government. …and gave us certain rights even our local government is infringing on. Our Constitution ...

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Why Medicare And Social Security Are Welfare Programs

Quite frequently, when this topic comes up, many Americans, rightly, will say, “we paid into these programs, and we are entitled to the benefits.” I totally agree with that sentiment. Millions of Americans, over several decades, have paid into these programs, which I, often, refer to as Debticare, and Social Insecurity; I refer to them as such, because, anyone who ...

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Declaration of War…Declared by Congress Executed by the President

Reason # 1 Not to Have a Constitutional Convention Great Britain demonstrated how a nation should declare war…have representatives debate, vote. After British Parliament debated, and then they voted not to intervene in Syria’s Civil War. But Wait! That’s how our founders established our country within the Constitution, for Congress to declare war and the Commander-in-Chief to execute it. The ...

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Kagan ’09: ‘There is No Federal Constitutional Right to Same-Sex Marriage’

Let’s take a stroll down memory lane.  It’s 2009, and Elena Kagan is answering questions during her confirmation hearing for the position of Solicitor General within the Obama administration. According to William Jacobson at Legal Insurrection, who posted this piece on March 25, this is what she had to say about gay marriage: 1. As Solicitor General, you would be charged with defending ...

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US Constitution: Transitioning Our First Amendment from Freedom of Religion to Freedom to Worship

United Nations

> Freedom of Thought or Consciousness is dangerous to a free society. It can be used to suppress religious institutions free to exercise their religion. The practice suppresses the First Amendment and promotes Article 18 of the Declaration of Human Rights. Freedom to Worship aligns with Freedom of Religion but they are actually on opposing ends of the spectrum. For ...

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