Congress' dereliction of duty is merely gasoline thrown on our nation's already burning compact.
Michigan’s congressional delegation must act before it’s too late.
Before anyone simply assumes that Obama is a clumsy leader and simply mistaken on taking this country to its low point in history, perhaps they consider that it is no accident. At Townhall.com, Walter Williams makes this point about seeing a driver going the wrong direction:
“Would you call him a stupid and/or incompetent driver? You say, “Williams, what kind of question is that? Of course he’s one or the other!” I’d say, “Hold your horses. What are his intentions?” If the driver’s intentions are to cause highway calamity, one can hardly call his actions stupid or incompetent. Given his intentions, he is wisely acting in a manner to achieve his objectives.”
Indeed, one must have a full understanding of what the objectives are.
For more than five years now, our congress has not only allowed the president to act contrary to law, but they have funded his efforts. In his article, Williams further points out the responsibility of congress to act under article 1 of our constitution. Unless they act to suppress the objectives of this president, (or his incredible off the chart incompetence) through the power of the purse, we will have to fully admit the constitution is lost, and our Republic has been replaced by simple tyranny.
For that, who needs a congressman?
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Appeals Court ruling will likely move the test of our constitution to the US Supreme Court.
Michigan has the RIGHT to determine its own marriage law.
In an about-damned-time move, a Federal Appeals court short circuits the freight train of moral relativism that has been messing with the hearts and minds of our nations youth and impressionable politicians. As Fox News reports:
“The ruling concluded that states have the right to set rules for marriage.”
Indeed they do.
In fact, you can thank the court for clarifying what the US constitution has already guaranteed; That it’s none of the federal government’s business. There is no place in the construct of our nation that allows a single judge to override the will of the people to determine their own state’s social construct. It isn’t provided for, and frankly a sanction should be forthcoming for any judge who attempts to legislate from the bench.
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Michigan can learn a lesson from the new schoolyard bully; The homosexual activist who gains power.
One has to wonder about the mental defect in those who support a change to the Elliot Larsen Civil Rights Act when looking at the evidence before us.
There is little that is protected more than the right to free speech, and by extension the right to proselytize, preach, minister or practice one’s faith as shown in this nation’s constitution. There is a reason it was numeral UNO insofar as clarifying amendments go.
The mayor of Houston is off the hook tyrannical, and should not only be removed from office but sanctioned for attempting to subvert the constitution and abuse her elected position of trust. There MUST be consequences for such actions, or we will continue to see more of it.
And Michigan is under the threat of the same type of abuse, as behavioral quantification is used to qualify ‘protected’ classes of people. Any legislator who opens up the door further to this type of terrorism on individual, business owners or (as we see in Houston) our spiritual leaders, needs to be run out on a rail.
We’re laying the track right now.
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Mark Baker takes a few minutes to comment on the new video and other things.
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From the “Great Republicans” who “junta” Lennox faps to, once again, old twaddling Bill saith:
Former Gov. William Milliken is endorsing Democrat Mark Totten for attorney general over fellow Republican and incumbent Bill Schuette.
Milliken’s backing of Totten — a Michigan State University law professor from Kalamazoo — marks his second endorsement of a Democrat this election cycle.
Kalamazoo? Nevertheless, had not Schuette put the Baker family through a living Hell, I probably would lift a finger for his campaign.
But, Schuette did put the Baker’s through Hell with his running cover for the pork lobby, and the Nerd CPA’s affirmative action ‘placemaking’ czar in Detoilet, so – f**k Bill.
Under vote. When it comes to statewide candidates, I’ll be voting only for, Ruth Johnson.
It is way past time for Conservatives to place a cost on the dregs of the Republican Party.
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"The EPA does not even Constitutionally exist"
At the Constitution Celebration dinner tonight, Keynote KrisAnne Hall touches on a couple points that ought to be ‘self evident.’
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The problem is not the expense of the tools, but the tools themselves.
I have frequently argued that the problem with campaign finance is not the ability of donors to support candidates, but rather the destructive hammer that government wields.
Full disclosure, as we have argued on these pages is critical. The process out in the open encourages good behavior, and provides a limiting effect on pandering to financial interests by politicos. Even the amounts even being less important to the argument. Saying:
We DO agree that limits should be removed from campaign finance. We agree that limiting to an arbitrary amount can impede free speech and political expression. What is considered a fair contribution into the process is a completely subjective matter that can only be resolved by the person who is willing to contribute into that process. A person’s individual priorities and where a subject reaches a level of importance are hardly the providence of external assignment.
The full argument making the point that ‘effect’ of the contributions being known, lessens the harmful power of the influence.
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September 14, 2014 at 6pm is the date for the Founding Fathers & Mothers dinner to benefit the Constitution Celebration.
The annual Founding Fathers & Mother dinner is upon us.
Annually, we gather to celebrate the anniversary of the constitution (September 17) on the Sunday immediately following or preceding the date itself. We also announce our “Grand Defender” award winner; a person selected from three or four constitutional defenders from the preceding year.
Tickets are available @ $35 for adults and $15 for children 5-12. The proceeds benefit the constitution celebration projects, one of which is the bringing of the VietNam Moving Wall to the Grand Traverse region. Complete info is on the pdf by clicking the image below.
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