The Supreme Court as Ultimate Arbiters?

“To consider the Judges of the Superior Court as the ultimate Arbiters of Constitutional questions would be a dangerous doctrine which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. They have with others, the same passion for party, for power, and for the privileges of their corps – and their power is the more dangerous as they are in the office for life, and not responsible, as the other functionaries are to the Elective control. The Constitution has elected no single Tribunal. I know no safe depositary of the ultimate powers of society but the people themselves”
~ Thomas Jefferson

As We the People approach our responsibilities regarding Elective control, it would serve us well to spend some time to study, listen, research and ask some deeper, perhaps, constitutional questions of the candidates that are offering to represent us. If we ever hope to begin to reverse the madness of out of control, tax and spend, corrupt and dishonest state and federal governments, it is indeed our duty to do our best to insure that we are not repeating the same process and expecting different results.

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Nullification: Your State’s Duty

“When states pass laws to nullify unconstitutional mandates, it’s not rebellion, it’s duty.” Michael Boldin interviewed by Phil Russo and Jason Hoyt of Tea Party Patriots Live – 660AM WORL in Orlando – on July 24, 2010. See Michael in person in Ft Worth, Orlando, and Chattanooga. Phil Russo will be the MC for Nullify…

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CT Attorney General Defends States Rights on Video Games-But Will He on Other Issues?

CT. Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, along with other states, is joining a coalition to invoke state’s rights on restricting access to violent video games to minors. Blumenthal is asking the industry to self-police itself as Connecticut has no such law as of now. He compares it to the motion picture industry not allowing minors to see “R”…

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If we can not Beat them, Infiltrate them!

In the early days of the USA, One of the worst insults the Founding Fathers could give someone was to refer to them as a PARTY MAN. To be a PARTY MAN meant you put the welfare of your political party above the interests of the country.

Let’s examine the possibility and or fact that the TEA Party movement is causing some disturbances and concern within the ranks of the career politicians/PARTY people.  One of the possible methods to address this issue would be to recognize them, welcome them and infiltrate their ranks.  Something like “If you can’t beat them, join them”

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Nationalize Hollywood?

Oliver Stone: US should nationalize film industry — Yahoo! News LONDON – The propaganda power of the movies shows that the United States should follow the example of South American socialists in nationalizing its movie industry, filmmaker Oliver Stone said Tuesday.  The Academy Award-winning director of “Born on the Fourth of July” and “JFK” said…

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Why the ObamaCare Tax Penalty Is Unconstitutional

Kenneth Blackwell and Kenneth Klukowski in the WSJ. Here’s an excerpt: The Justice Department announced last week that it would defend the new federal health-insurance mandate as an exercise of Congress’s “power to lay and collect taxes,” even though Barack Obama had insisted before the bill’s passage that it was “absolutely not a tax increase.”…

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