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The Human Factor in the Age of Technology

By Lumiere, published on Apr 25, 2014

The First Amendment Guarantees the Public's Right to Protest Peacefully. Sometimes Citizens forget the Constitution & Bill of Rights are Above any Government, Law Enforcement Agency, Corporate Interest (i.e. Corrupt Pay Off of Law Enforcement to Abuse Constitutional Law) and even our own President. No matter who is working on our behalf on Capitol Hill, the CONSTITUTION and BILL OF RIGHTS are the Supreme Law of the Land and every Government Official WORKS for US.

Our Founding Fathers knew exactly what they were writing based on their experiences, enough to inspire them to protect... (more)

Tags: twitter, constitution, martin luther king, social media, technology, cesar chavez, occupy wall street, nypd, labor law, instagram, bill of rights

Muslim Man Attacks Zombie Muhammad

By XanthusKidd, published on Feb 27, 2012

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. A nice small town of about 9,000 people. Nice people, I'm sure. Unfortunately, it seems that Mechanicsburg has a zombie problem--a holy zombie problem. Let's rewind about 4 months to October 11, 2011. Ernest Perce, a militant Atheist, decided to dress as the prophet Muhammad, zombified. Perce, a member of the “Parading Atheists of Central PA,” marched with a fellow atheist who was dressed as a zombie pope. The men were involved that night in a parade. Perce marched down the street, holding a sign that proclaimed “Muhammed [sic] of Islam.” Perce walked down the street,... (more)

Tags: islam, constitution, muslims, court system

A President Gingrich Would Send The Judicial Branch to Hades

By Notumbus Bumbus, published on Dec 17, 2011

...would not be able to strong-arm the other branches, and thus move toward a dictatorial form of government.

To make matters even more cogent, each and every elected member of both the Executive and the Legislative branches are required to swear an oath – to defend and protect the Constitution of the United States of America. The Judicial Branch, because they are appointed for life (at least in the Federal courts) wield a special power, and that is, to rule as to whether Law, as debated and voted upon, and ultimately approved by the President and members of both houses of the... (more)

Tags: constitution, hubris, treason, gingrich, judicial branch, co-equal, idiot, sedition

The Snake Oil Peddlers

By Agit8r, published on Nov 5, 2011

...for two and half years at the Center for Health Transformation. You can see all the things we did to stop it at HealthTransformation.net. I am for the repeal of Obamacare and I am against any effort to impose a federal mandate on anyone because it is fundamentally wrong and I believe unconstitutional."

http://www.newt.org/news/newt-i-oppose-obamacare-mandate-period

The other half is supplied by H.R.3698 which Newt cosponsored back in 1993:

' SEC. 103. OTHER TAX PROVISIONS.(a) EXEMPTION AMOUNT DISALLOWED FOR UNINSURED INDIVIDUALS.—(1) IN GENERAL.—Subsection (d) ... (more)

Tags: us politics, constitution, tea party, newt 2012, new gingrich hypocrisy, dick armey

Patriotically Speaking

By Caballero_69, published on Jul 24, 2011

...ever loved, and for the Republic ordained and established more than 220 years ago.

The Patriot’s Promises

“As a patriotic American, I promise to uphold and advance governance of the United States as a Republic effectively exercising the powers enumerated and implied in its Constitution as written and amended. I promise to conduct all my civic and political efforts on the premise that we are not enemies, but friends, whose bonds of affectionate citizenship must not be broken. I promise to listen to the mystic chords of memory stretching from the graves of young Americans... (more)

Tags: patriotism, usa, constitution, truth, fear, unity, us, lies, citizenship, republic, promises, actions, skepticism, cynicism, dilegence

Thy Brother's Keeper

By Paul Wylie, published on Apr 19, 2011

...on another noun, mainly drugs, has caused the incarceration of so many of our own people, that it's calculated that over the course of a lifetime, you have a one in six chance of going to jail.

Outlawing polygamy is a case of the imposition of one religion over another and strictly Unconstitutional.

Newspapers printing the names of those who visit prostitutes are once again shoving the puritanical religious beliefs of one segment of society over another.

What it all boils down to is that at any time, and for reasons you may not even be aware of, in the United States of... (more)

Tags: politics, marriage, white house, constitution, drugs, republican, government, democrat, prostitution, stupid, laws, repression

To Submit Meekly, Or To Exercise Your Rights

By Paul Wylie, published on Mar 21, 2011

...perpetrated upon them, and so unwittingly contributed to ever growing intrusions of government into their lives. Ignorance being bliss, the People accepted the status of being little more than producing cattle, while those in charge of government and industry plotted the destruction of our Constitution and our way of life.

(A side note here if you'll indulge, would be to openly state that the recent economic collapse did not just 'happen', but was an orchestrated event planned over the space of several years. One of the most cunning ways to erode a populations' standard of living is ... (more)

Tags: politics, republicans, democrats, hitler, america, constitution, elections, freedom

Labeling America

By Paul Wylie, published on Aug 26, 2010

...little research on each candidate. The Google works very well. Then vote for someone for each office based on their record, not on what they say in public.

Imagine the fear such a protest vote would strike into the hearts of those who seek to control our every move, and who treat the Constitution as though it were toilet paper. Let us all toss off the chains of this bondage they have placed us in by rejecting out of hand their attempts to smear either liberal or conservative. Because the truth is that Americans have a little of both in them, and our patience is wearing... (more)

Tags: politics, constitution, elections, liberals, conservatives, left wing, right wing, voters, labels

Leaving a Judicial Footprint: California Family Law

By Rushgal, published on Mar 31, 2010

...message is:

It's unlikely to be advertised, but, somewhere, someone is working on a cause you feel strongly about. Your opinion counts. Be heard, seek out the avenues of change. You make a difference by the decision to show up. I have twice left a judicial footprint by exercising my Constitutional Right to communicate with the world: here in the BrooWaha community and as follows:

Elkin's Family Law Task Force Address

Good Morning, my name is Cheri Bartow, and I've been a family law paralegal for the better part of the last 7 years and a party in a high conflict custody ... (more)

Tags: california, courts, family, justice, constitution, law, accountability, judge, rights, elkins, family law, system, custody, mediation, constitutional, right, legal, attorney

Constitution 101: The Fourth Amendment

By D. E. Carson, published on Dec 20, 2006

...houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. United States Constitution Amendment IV Ratified 1791 Most thumb-sucking crybaby liberals will hate this analysis of the Fourth Amendment just because it is not going to crucify the president and the NSA. In fact, it might vindicate them both. The right of the people Again, we are talking about the people of the... (more)

Tags: constitution, fourth amendment, us constituion

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