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Mark Levin gives stirring speech on Article V and the state of our nation

Posted by Tamara Colbert on December 23, 2014

URL of the Original Posting Site: http://www.conventionofstates.com/mark_levin_gives_stirring_speech

On Thursday, December 4, the Convention of States Project sponsored the breakfast session at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) meeting in Washington, D.C. 93 more words

Political

Reed: Congress May Override State Fracking Ban

This article was written by Nick Reisman and originally posted on the State of Politics blog, on the  Time Warner Cable News Website.

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NEW YORK STATE BANS FRACKING

“New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday that the state will not lift its ban on fracking. The long-awaited decision marks a decisive turn in the years-long battle over fracking in New York State.” 16 more words

Destroyers Of The Earth

Utah Demands Feds Surrender Lands by Dec. 31

“With the federal government engaged in a de factounconstitutional occupation of some two thirds of Utah’s territory, citizens of the state and their elected representatives have had just about enough. 41 more words

Police State

The New Deal, Anti-Lynching Legislation, and the Concept of States' Rights

I consider myself a scholar of nineteenth century U.S. history and spend most of my reading time on books and articles covering this period, but I always make sure to spend time reading about other time periods, countries, and forms of scholarly thought (philosophy, sociology, anthropology, etc.). 922 more words

History

Despite Congress’ attempts to block D.C.’s legalization, there’s a major pro-pot provision hidden in the 2015 spending bill.

“That less-discussed provision stops the Justice Department from spending a dime to prosecute patients or medical marijuana dispensaries that are acting in accordance with state law but running afoul of federal ones. 150 more words

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