Post Tagged with: "Constitution"

Healthcare Rights in American, Since When?

Healthcare Rights in American, Since When?

In order for government to provide what FDR’s second bill of rights guarantees, it must necessarily violate the real Bill of Rights by stealing the money it needs to make the phony guarantees. This is illegal because it is against what the Declaration of Independence refers to as “The Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.”

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Good, Bad, Ugly, Mar. 10-16

Good, Bad, Ugly, Mar. 10-16

This weeks’ Good, Bad and Ugly brings us a look at some modest spending cuts in some of the right places, as well as a sellout of the American people when it comes to repealing ObamaCare.

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Liwa Fatemiyoun fighters during the Palmyra offensive (December 2016). (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Trump Escalating U.S. Role in Syria Without Congress

An additional 400 U.S. troops are prepared to hit the ground in Raqqa, Syria to assist efforts by local militia to lay siege to the Islamic State-held city. There’s only the problem.

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Why Repeal if We are Going to Replace?

Why Repeal if We are Going to Replace?

“We promised the American people we would drain the swamp and end business as usual in Washington,” said Utah Sen. Mike Lee. “This bill does not do that.” Worse yet, over the last three major national elections beginning in 2010, Republicans have won congressional races across the country based on the promise to repeal Obamacare with a market-based, non-government-run solution.

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Barronelle Stutzman

Homosexual Hersey Battling A Flower Shop in Washington

Barronelle Stutzman the owner of Arlene’s Flowers in Richland, Washington was ruled against by the Washington State Supreme Court. In 2013, a multi-year repeat customer asked her to provide the floral arrangements for his upcoming homosexual un-wedding ceremony. Mrs. Stutzman politely refused, explaining it would violate her religious beliefs on marriage.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Feb. 24 – Mar. 2

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Feb. 24 – Mar. 2

This week’s good, bad and ugly: dealing with illegal aliens, Republicans meddling in the free market, and Republicans spending $1 trillion more of your money on things not authorized by the U.S. Constitution. We don’t have a liberal and a conservative party anymore; we have a liberal party and a slightly less liberal party.

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What Judge Has NO Lawmaking Authority?

What Judge Has NO Lawmaking Authority?

Following up on my column from two weeks ago where I explained the constitutionality of banning refugees that both presidents Obama and Trump initiated, I chose this week to ask the question, “What judge has no lawmaking authority?” The answer, of course, is any federal judge in these United States of America.

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‘Bribery’ of a President and the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution

‘Bribery’ of a President and the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution

Consider the lawsuit against President Trump. It claims that the President is in violation because his corporation might profit if a foreign government rents rooms at the corporation’s hotel.

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University Students, Protecting the First Amendment IS Intellectual

University Students, Protecting the First Amendment IS Intellectual

Winston Churchill made the statement, “Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry on as if nothing ever happened”. The First Amendment happens to be that truth for our American universities.

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Should a Mississippi Town Have to Remove a Christian Flag?

Should a Mississippi Town Have to Remove a Christian Flag?

The United States Code refers to the Declaration of Independence as the “organic law” of the United States. And the Declaration clearly claims that there is an Almighty Creator God, that our rights come from Him, and that the purpose of civil government is to protect and defend the God-given rights of the people. The Declaration makes reference to the Bible, God’s Word, as the source of earthly, legal authority.

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