by Robert Scott Bell EDITOR’S NOTE: Robert Scott Bell will be a featured speaker at Nullify Now! in Orlando, FL on 10-10-10. Get tickets here – http://www.nullifynow.com/orlando/ – or by calling 888-71-TICKETS ******* If the government can force you to buy medical insurance, by what delusion do you think the Feds cannot force you and your kids to…Details
The GOP is showing its true colors as the Tea Party continues to throw the old guard out in primary elections. They are taking the ball and going home. They are giving up a number of fights by withholding money from the duly elected candidates in the Republican Primaries.
It is a circle the wagon attitude by the two parties as the political class is being thrown from power by the power of the people. Both democrats and republicans that have enjoyed the power given to them by the people and are now criticizing the will of the people by inflicting harsh attacks and tactics against the same people they supposedly work for.Details
http://www.nullifynow.com/wp-content/uploads/audio/MichaelBoldin-WDOWS-0910.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Michael Boldin interviewed by Christopher Markowski – the Watchdog on Wall Street – on September 14, 2010. Michael will be a featured speaker at Nullify Now! Orlando and Nullify Now! Chattanooga. Get tickets here – http://www.nullifynow.com/tickets/ – or by calling 888-71-TICKETS A special thanks to Watchdog on…Details
In the field of Economics there is a term commonly used to express the sheer hopelessness of our current predicament, it’s “Keynesian Endpoint.” Supposedly, this is the point where our society is so deeply in debt that any amount of further borrowing to “stimulate” only causes counter-stimulative effects. That is, borrowing 50 billion more to…Details
Isn’t that a relief? In his latest instruction to the masses, CNN’s Rick Sanchez calls “states’ rights” a “racist” term. Now leaving aside the objection that “states don’t have rights; people do” (the term is merely a kind of shorthand, after all), Sanchez is of course in his Enforcer role here, letting us all know…Details
I did not celebrate Constitution Day September 17, primarily because I did not know how to do so. The Federal Government requires the college where I work to do something on that day to qualify for it’s Title IV grant for which, if people really read the document, they would find no authority.
I was asked to give suggestions. The assigned administrator and I pondered several options, none of which seemed fitting or particularly meaningful. Still, we should do something; ignorance on this document is appalling and patriotism from those under 25 seems virtually dead. Even the president was filmed recently with his hands to his side during the playing of the national anthem, expressing total ignorance, total disrespect, or both (see the video on LibertyUnderFire.org).
Nearly no one reads this document anymore. Republicans only give lip service to it, and Democrats don’t even pretend to do that much. So how shall we celebrate Constitution Day? Should we celebrate the total disregard of the list in Article I, Section 8 from which the government is limited in making laws?Details
These are the first words that a two year old tells their parents and is the beginning of that person asserting their authority over themselves. The parent then stunts that first ideas of free-will that child might have by saying something akin to ‘don’t talk back to me’. This naturally stops the child from asking any questions over the parent’s decisions and authority over the child. The child then continues to obey until they reach a much older age of the teenage years and the question of ‘why not’ begins to be heard more loudly than before and eventually the child gains equal authority with their parents when they reach adulthood.
What if that child never asked ‘why not’? That child would then grow up to be obedient to there parent’s will and to the will of anyone else since they never ask ‘why not’ to anyone. The right to question others is not only beneficial to obtaining truth but also in establishing equality between two people because the decision someone makes for someone else must pass mustard which can only happen people ask why.Details
http://algainey.com/mp3/Sept_2_2010_Bill_Evelyn.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Bill Evelyn from the State of Georgia Tea Party – sponsor of Nullify Now! Chattanooga – interviewed on the Al Gainey Show on WDUN-AM in North Georgia. Please visit the following links for more information: Nullify Now! – Chattanooga (or call 888-71-TICKETS) State of Georgia Tea Party…Details
Randy Brogdon, State Senator from Oklahoma, speaks on the topic of states rights, the 10th Amendment and nullification at the Nullify Now! conference (http://www.nullifynow.com) in Fort Worth, TX on September 4, 2010. “The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it…Details