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A New Day Dawning...

Yesterday, I wrote this piece and posted it on Facebook… I felt that I should post it on my blog for those who follow my blog, and to ask all to share it.  695 more words


Assault Weapons Not Protected by Second Amendment, Federal Appeals Court Rules

Maryland’s ban on 45 kinds of assault weapons and its 10-round limit on gun magazines were upheld Tuesday by a federal appeals court in a decision that met with a strongly worded dissent.

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Jeff Sessions: Separation of church and state unconstitutional?

Claim: Atheist web sites claim that Jeff Sessions said that the separation of church and state was “an extra-constitutional doctrine” and “recent thing that is unhistorical and unconstitutional.” 263 more words


The Constitution: Article Six

Article Six addresses various other items that were of a concern with creating a new constitution and a new Federal government.

Clause 1:  The US will still honor its debts. 495 more words


New Hampshire Governor signs Constitutional carry into law

   A couple of weeks ago the New Hampshire House passed a Constitutional carry bill and it was sent to the Governor’s desk for his signature. I was getting a little worried because while Governor Sununu had previously stated his support for the legislation I found it odd he  had not as of yet signed the bill. 218 more words


Article V Convention: How “Individuals of Insidious Views” Are Stealing Our Constitution 

Q: How are amendments to the federal Constitution made?

A: Article V of our Constitution provides two method of amending the Constitution:

  1. Congress proposes amendments and presents them to the States for ratification; or…
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Who Tells the Government What It Can Do?

In 1987, during President Reagan’s State of the Union Address, he reminded Americans of three key points:

  • the United States is a constitutional republic
  • government is the servant of the people…
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