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Michael Boldin and Jason Rink kick off the show talking about two new bills from Congress – HR347 and HR5 – the former on new “protest” laws and the latter on republicans pushing for mandates on the states in a big way while claiming to work on a repeal of part of Obamacare.

Jason Rink commenting on Special National Security Events, “These are events where the Secret Service are involved in any way.  You could have no knowledge that there is Secret Service present like at the Superbowl.  Even if you have no knowledge that the Secret Service is there, and after all, they are Secret Service.  This type of event is one where you have very limited options in exercising your free speech and protesting and it can be a Federal crime.

The first guest on the show was Pat Carmack – producer of the documentary, The Money Masters.


Two Views of the Constitution

There seems to be two streams of thought in this country as to what the Constitution is and means. These two thoughts are diametrically opposed to each other and that is where the difficulties and the conflicts begin, not just between political parties but even within them. The problem is most people do not understand that this basic philosophical difference is the root cause of our political problems.

Let’s backup first and look at what I and many others thought was a problem with our elected representatives; they were not taking their oath  to protect and defend the constitution seriously. I think now I was wrong. They do take their oath seriously and they believe they’re defending the constitution. Now, I know there are many of you starting to question my thinking when I make statement like that, especially after writing The Oath; but hear me out.

They are protecting their version of the constitution; okay, now you’re saying wait a minute there is only one US Constitution. Well technically you are right, but here is where the problem arises and this goes back to my opening statement. Something was said on the radio this morning on the way into work that caught my attention and it was this idea of two completely different concepts of what the Constitution is, and I believe this is what is causing the conflict. Well here is the problem, one view of the Constitution is it is a charter of rights, but the opposing view is it is a plan of government; these two thoughts are poles apart.


New Hampshire House passes resolution affirming power to nullify

CONCORD, N.H. (March 14, 2012) – Last week, the New Hampshire House passed a Tenth Amendment resolution asserting the states’ powers under both the U.S. and New Hampshire Constitution, and affirming the principles of nullificatio

HR25 passed on a voice vote and became House Session Law.  The House clerk will forward copies of the to the President Obama, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, Senate President Joe Biden and all members of the New Hampshire congressional delegation. Bill sponsor Daniel Itse says he also plans to send copies of the resolution to New Hampshire’s sister states.

HR 25 makes several assertions, among them that the federal government has no power to define or punish crimes except for those enumerated in the Constitution, treaties may not delegate powers not already given to Congress in Article 1 Sec. 8, and when the federal government assumes undelegated powers, its acts are unauthoritative, void, and of no force.

The final resolution upholds the principle of nullification, echoing the words of Thomas Jefferson in the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798.