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In The Past Obama has Dared Republicans To Impeach Him: He Just Might Get His Wish

This will eventually come to a head with We The People. There are millions of us that are just getting sick and tired of his punk attitude. 702 more words

Looking at the Bill of Rights – Part Fifteen – Tenth Amendment

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.

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Leadership

Wrapping up Reagan's farewell speech

So what is the takeaway from our excruciatingly long and terribly close reading of Reagan’s 1989 farewell address?  It’s one that isn’t unique to Reagan, certainly; it’s a conclusion Americans have drawn almost for as long as there has been an America: mandating an ill-defined patriotism as the measure of our national good is un-American. 544 more words

American History

US Constitution Series 16: Our Government has 3 Parts—Law, President, and Courts

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US Constitution Series 16: Three Separate Branches of Government—Legislative, Executive, and Judicial

John Adams Pushes Separation-of-Powers Doctrine: Law, President, and Courts… 445 more words

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Tennessee Attorney General Advises House that Proposed Bill is Unconstitutional. House Passes Bill Anyway.

We have noted before that one of the jobs of the Tennessee Attorney General is occasionally informing the General Assembly that some harebrained piece of legislation is almost certainly unconstitutional. 370 more words

Facing Certain Override, Obama Caves in to Congress and Reality on Iran

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest, must be smoking his daily allotment of her to have come up with this zinger.

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Why not challenge the constitutionality of Illinois's pension-protection clause?

Illinois citizens are expected to sit tight as the cost of meeting state and local pension obligations brings their government ever nearer to bankruptcy.  Everyday, we hear of a new head-ache: how our property-taxes are likely to begin sky-rocketing, or how short-term borrowing to pay pensions will soon destroy Chicago’s bond rating, and how people are leaving the state to avoid being stuck with the costs when the looming disaster of all-out bankruptcy finally arrives.  511 more words

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