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America's constitution isn't found on paper

To resolve fiscal or societal issues in the United States, the last place you want to start is the U.S. Constitution. It tells us very little if anything about how political and economic power are generated, allocated, or used.   634 more words

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California be cray! The 'Sodomy Suppression Act' vs. the 'Intolerant Jackass Act'.

Something horrifying and hilarious in equal measure is going on in California right now. California’s lax voter ballot laws allow pretty much any citizen to file a ballot measure (what we’d call a referendum in the UK) so long as they’ve can pay the $200 fee, and every now and again, one makes the headlines for being especially… Unorthodox. 663 more words

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The Three Legged Stool Test for "natural born Citizen" of the United States to Constitutional Standards

The Three Legged Stool Test & Analogy for “natural born Citizen” of the United States to Constitutional Standards as It Applies to Who Can be President and Commander-in-Chief of Our Military | by CDR Charles Kerchner (Ret) – ProtectOurLiberty.org… 979 more words

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Are rights from God. . . or man? Part II

After Chris Cuomo’s quarrel with Judge Roy Moore, another media-type has expressed her belief that rights come from man. In response to Sen. Ted Cruz  209 more words

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Founder and Historian David Ramsay Defined Natural Born Citizenship in 1789 - by Atty Mario Apuzzo

Founder and Historian David Ramsay Defined Natural Born Citizenship in 1789 – by Atty Mario Apuzzo

Read the report and analysis by Atty Mario Apuzzo of David Ramsay’s 1789 dissertation on acquiring of U.S. 259 more words

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CitizenWells: WND article omits critical words from US Constitution on presidential eligibility

CitizenWells:  WND article omits critical words from US Constitution on presidential eligibility, Cheryl Chumley replaces “at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution” with ” … “ 251 more words

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The Donald remakes birther argument

Donald Trump is at it again.

The hotel/casino mogul who keeps insisting that Barack Obama is not qualified to hold the office of the presidency now suggests that Ted Cruz is ineligible to become president. 154 more words

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