MD Senate: “Don’t Bogart that Joint, My Friend!”

On April 10, the Maryland Senate voted 35-12 to allow marijuana use by prescription. The bill now moves to the House. Fourteen other states currently allow medical marijuana use. California is taking a step further and will allow its voters to choose to legalize marijuana use for all adults on this November’s ballot. Alcohol was…

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When the discussion grows we begin to win

A key factor in successfully defending our American heritage and Constitution is discussion.  We can study, we can fight, we can argue yet nothing will move forward without people willingly listening to one another and growing their mutual understanding through discussion and debate.  Those opposing federalism and a free will approach to government fear people…

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Resisting DC: Not Just for Republicans

A massive movement continues to build momentum as those unwilling to submit to unconstitutional Federal demands gather in huge numbers, but what kinds of people are these?  The establishment media would have us believe that the resistance is only a ‘Republican scheme’, but a new report by The Winston Group suggests that 40% of those…

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Nullification is for the Out of Touch Right-Wing

Not really. But how is it the media, the university professors and the activists on the left can’t see this? All they have to do is realize that nullification is not exactly a complicated subject. It is basically a refusal to follow certain laws believed to be unjust or excessive. Basically, we “nullify” such laws…

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10th Amendment at Work: Will Ohio Legalize Medical Marijuana?

The Tenth Amendment codifies in law that “We the People” of the several states created the federal government to be our agent for certain enumerated purposes only – those powers delegated to the federal government in the Constitution. An honest reading of the Constitution with an original understanding of the Founders and Ratifiers makes it…

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