U.S. Constitution

U.S. Constitution

Why Supreme Court opinions are not the “Law of the Land,” and how to put federal judges in their place.

Central to the silly arguments made by the “Convention of States Project” (COSP) is their claim that 200 years of Supreme Court opinions have increased the powers of the federal government (as well as legalized practices such as abortion); that all these opinions are “the Law of the Land”; ...
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Welcome to the Coup d’état underway – Brennan and Democrats urge anarchy

The Coup d’état is underway. Make no mistake. The Dems are creating anarchy and the rate we are going may be successful. The Kavanaugh debacle with the Democrats not even willing to give Grassley a copy of the unredacted letter written by Ford with her claims. More scurrilous are ...
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The states determine qualifications for voting and procedures for registration, and only citizens may vote

  1.  Summary The federal government is usurping the powers of the States, expressly retained by Art. I, §2, cl. 1, U.S. Constitution, to determine qualifications for voting. And by perverting Art. I, §4, cl. 1, it is also usurping the States’ reserved powerto determine procedures for registration of voters. Consistent with Principles of ...
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THE TWO FACES OF THE DEEP STATE AND “THE PEOPLE”

So when they say “the FBI, or DOJ or CIA said this, or did that” – your first thought should be, “Which one?” Especially if it’s the media telling you these things. Also, never forget that is has been this way since at least JFK. In 1998, a man asked me to help ...
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Publius Huldah speaks at the Michigan Conservative Political Action Conference (MiCPAC), Holt Michigan.

Editor’s Note:  Posted on behalf of Publius Huldah. Published on Apr 8, 2018 by Jason Gillman Publius Huldah speaks at the MiCPAC (Michigan Conservative Political Action Conference) in Holt Michigan April 07, 2018. The event is an annual gathering operated by the Michigan Conservative Union, an organization promoting conservative values ...
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No, America. We do not need or want a ‘Convention of States.’

For years, Publius Huldah, Judi Caler and even the late Phyllis Schlafly have warned us against a Convention of States (Article V Convention aka Balanced Budget Amendment) while the likes of  Mark Levin and Mark Meckler have pushed in favor of a Convention of States. In spite of nasty verbal assaults  ...
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The “Regulation Freedom” Amendment and Daniel Webster

“The politician that undertakes to improve a Constitution with as little thought as a farmer sets about mending his plow, is no master of his trade. If that Constitution be a systematic one, if it be a free one, its parts are so necessarily connected that an alteration in ...
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Donald Trump and the People, a Reprise

(A chapter from my Kindle book at Amazon..com, Donald Trump, the Common Man and the American Theology of Liberty, covering only his campaign through the election, but a unique analysis of Trump’s relationship with the people, especially those no one else wants to get close to. An undated revision ...
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