Our peculiar security is in the possession of a written Constitution. Let us not make it a blank paper by construction. — Thomas Jefferson, letter to Wilson Nicholas 1803

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Mark Levin’s ‘Liberty’ Amendments: Legalizing Tyranny

Publius Huldah

For 100 years, the federal government has usurped powers not delegated to it in our Constitution. What should we do about it? Should we reclaim our existing Constitution and put an end to the usurpations? Or should we “modernize” the Constitution by delegating to the federal government the powers it has usurped – so as to legalize what is now unconstitutional?

Independence Hall, where the 1787 Constitution was crafted

Article V Convention: How ‘Individuals of Insidious Views’ Are Stealing Our Constitution

Publius Huldah

A question-and-answer session on our United States Constitution, how we got it, about amendments, about an Article V convention, and about the dangers of an Article V Constitutional Convention.

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Balanced Budget Amendments (BBA) Gut Our Constitution And Don’t Reduce Spending

Publius Huldah

While well-intentioned, all existing versions of a balanced budget amendment take the focus off the Article 1 Section 8 constitutional spending of the federal government and assume the federal government can spend taxpayer money on whatever it wants so long as the budget is balanced. This guts the protections the founders built into the U.S. Constitution.

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Balancing the Budget?

Publius Huldah

The stated purpose of Compact for America, Inc. is to get a balanced budget amendment (BBA) ratified. Here is their proposed BBA. State Legislators recently introduced it in Arizona. The gap between what this BBA pretends to do - and what it actually does - is enormous. It has nothing to do with “balancing the budget” – it is about slipping in a new national sales tax or value-added tax in addition to the existing federal income tax.

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Propaganda And The Conspiracy Against Our Constitution

Publius Huldah

In my last paper, I showed how our Constitution itemizes what Congress is authorized to spend money on; and that we have a $17 trillion debt because everyone ignores the limits the Constitution places on Congress’ spending powers. To curb the federal government, we must do things we have neglected for over 100 years. But the “convention of states” conspirators say the only solution is a convention to “propose amendments” to the Constitution.

Washington at Constitutional Convention of 1787, signing of U.S. Constitution.

The ‘Convention of the States’ Scam

Publius Huldah

Our Constitution is a glorious document. But for 100 years, almost everyone in our Country has ignored our Constitution. Thus, instead of restricting spending to the enumerated objects of its powers, the people we send to Congress spend money on what anybody wants - and so gave us a debt of $17 trillion. Instead of restricting lawmaking to the enumerated objects of its powers, the people we send to Congress make laws on whatever they like.

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Constitutional Convention: Mark Levin Refuted

Publius Huldah

What Mark Levin says in “The Liberty Amendments” in support of an Article V convention is not true. On one side of this controversy are those who want to restore our Constitution by requiring federal and State officials to obey the Constitution we have; or by electing ones who will. We show that the Oath of Office at Art. VI, last clause, requires federal and state officials to support the Constitution. The other side says the only way to deal with a federal government which consistently ignores and tramples over the Constitution is …. to amend the Constitution!

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Restore The Constitution We Have by Learning What It Means!

Publius Huldah

Our Constitution really was a 5000 Year Miracle. Rights come from God, and the purpose of civil governments is to secure the rights God gave us. Accordingly, WE THE PEOPLE ordained and established the Constitution for the United States of America wherein we created the federal government.

President Johnson impeachment, 1868

Impeachment: All You Need to Know

Publius Huldah

Who may be impeached? What is required for impeachment? Who brings impeachment charges? Who tries impeachment charges? Who may not be impeached? Why do we impeach? Your U.S. Constitution addresses these questions, and they are important to the maintenance of our government and a healthy American society. Do you know what you should know about impeachment?

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Parental Rights: God-given and Unalienable? Or Government-granted and Revocable?

Publius Huldah

What is the source of our rights as recognized by the Declaration of Independence? What does the UN recognize as the source of our rights? Are they the same? Are they compatible? If not, how does this affect the right of parents to oversee the education and welfare of their children? There may be some serious problems ahead.

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Earth Day — High Holy Day of Paganism

JD Longstreet

I find it more than a little interesting that within 48 hours we are celebrating the high holy days of two of the world's largest and oldest religions: Christianity and (the oldest) Paganism.

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The Real Force Behind Earth Day

David Pepe

As "Earth Day" is upon us, let us look at the demonic and leftist philosophy which is driving this "Baalistic" ideology. What seems to have a strangle hold on America and the world at present is the godless totalitarian socialistic environmental movement of today.

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Public Hangings? Bring ‘Em Back!

JD Longstreet

Once the pubic is reminded of the heinous crime that brought the convict to the death chamber, I believe watching the perpetrator receive his/her just deserts would bring some closure and some finality to the chain of events initiated by the original crime. It might also result in more respect for the law and restore, at least to some degree, people's faith in the system.

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Decision Time Coming in South Dakota U.S. Senate Race

Bob Ellis

Public Opinion Strategies released a poll yesterday on the South Dakota U.S. Senate race. Not surprisingly, the poll found former governor Mike Rounds in the lead, followed by South Dakota Rep. Stace Nelson, Annette Bosworth, South Dakota Senator Larry Rhoden and Jason Ravnsborg.

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Article V: An Appeal to Justice and Consanguinity

John Heidisch

The topic of a Convention of States is a polarizing one. The movement and debate, is largely being held within conservative schools of thought. Article V of the Constitution has been historically interpreted as the Founders provision for regulating an out of control federal government. However, the idea of an Article V convention has met fervent opposition from many conservatives.

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