Red Skelton dissects the Pledge of Allegiance
That 56 percent of all Americans "think the federal government’s become so large and powerful that it poses an immediate threat to the rights and freedoms of ordinary citizens" isn’t really all that surprising.
From the citizen-delegates representing each of forty-eight states, who convened for eleven days at pheasant run in st. charles, Illinois, to deliberate, debate and decide a plan to restore constitutional governance in the united states of America.
Kitty Werthmann, 77, of Pierre, is president of the South Dakota Eagle Forum. She lobbies the state Legislature on family issues. She has lived in the United States since 1950 and has been a U.S. citizen since 1962.
By ADAM COHEN
Published: February 15, 2009
In 1957, the Cleveland police showed up at Dollree Mapps home looking for a bombing suspect. Ms. Mapp would not let them in without a search warrant, but they entered anyway. The police did not find the bomber, but they came across a trunk containing lewd and lascivious books and pictures.
By Geoff Metcalf
February 5, 2009
"The fabric of American empire ought to rest on the solid basis of the consent of the people. The streams of national power ought to flow from that pure, original fountain of all legitimate authority." --Alexander Hamilton
Apparently several U.S. States have taken the first steps to claim sovereignty
under the United States Constitution 10th Amendment. You may not have seen or
heard about this from the Main Stream Media, but the ripple is as real as a
by Gary Wood (conservative libertarian)
Leading by example the people of New Hampshire have boldly put the federal
government on notice with HCR 6 - A Resolution affirming States' rights based on
Declaration and enumeration of my absolute, unalienable natural rights over
which Government is granted NO power to abrogate:
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness;
To be recognized and treated as a free man, unnumbered, unmolested, uncategorized and with respect;
Freedom of speech, expression, opinion and thought - popular or otherwise;
To provide for my own security and self-defense;