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[VIDEO] REASON TV: The State of Jefferson Moves One Step Closer to Reality

On Thursday, January 15, 2015 a small group of people gathered in front of the Califonia State Capitol in Sacramento, California. They mostly wore green and chanted slogans like “The time has come for fifty-one.” This group is part of the… 193 more words


[VIDEO] Stunning Presidential Admission: 'I Just Took an Action to Change the Law'

The United States Constitution says the legislative power is held by Congress, not by the president.

“…what you are not paying attention to is the fact that I just took an action to change the law.” 152 more words

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“[T]here is, in the nature of sovereign power, an impatience of control, that disposes those who are invested with the exercise of it, to look with an evil eye upon all external attempts to restrain or direct its operations. 2,912 more words


LOFTI: Who actually “owns” America’s land? A deeper look at the Bundy Ranch crisis

Does the federal government own property?

NEVADA, April 12, 2014– Turtles and cows have absolutely no relevance to the situation in Nevada. Does the Constitution make  provision for the federal government to own and control “public land”? 1,347 more words


New Legal Blitz Unleashed Against Obamacare.

Conservatives have launched a fresh set of legal assaults to challenge implementation of the Affordable Care Act, arguing that President Barack Obama has disregarded the Constitution in applying the law. 323 more words

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Constitution Gives House Of Representatives The “Weapon” To Destroy ObamaCare: Obamacare Can Be Defunded Without Senate Approval

Can there be a more fruitful source of dispute, or a kind of dispute more difficult to be settled?
– James Madison speaking at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 on the spending bill battles between the House and Senate that would occur. 1,416 more words


Sally's Special Services reblogged this on Texas Tea Party Patriots and commented:

Americans who oppose ObamaCare and who support the House of Representative’s exercise of its power over the purse should contact their congressmen and demand that they offer a stand-alone bill refusing to spend a cent on the president’s socialized medicine scheme. They should let lawmakers know that they are tired of the shutdown shadow boxing and insist that the House immediately throw the Origination Clause haymaker. Only then will ObamaCare be left penniless and Harry Reid and Barack Obama will be powerless to do anything about it.