“The democratic process, in its republican form, was meant to be mainly the ability to remove politicians from office peacefully. It was meant to be a method to transfer power, not a method to define the scope and size of government.”Details
On December 19, 2009 we challenged MD legislators on The Forgotten Men radio show (on 930 WFMD) to introduce 10th Amendment legislation. One sitting MD state Senator called in and committed to it.
Maryland now joins the growing number of States that have introduced non-partisan State Sovereignty resolutions. While a resolution doesn’t carry the force law, it nevertheless delivers a message; A message that firmly supports what the framers intended.Details
“Guard the Constitution” monologue (by Joshua Lyons) on the Jan. 16, 2010 “The Forgotten Men” radio show along with commentary by Mark Kreslins. For the transcript of the Monologue, contact us at ForgottenMen.com. Excerpt: its important to understand the nature of how we have gotten here. We as a people, our educational system, the court…Details
Maryland, yes…Maryland, will be added to the list of states where State Sovereignty legislation will be introduced during 2010. Senator Alex Mooney is planning to introduce the legislation on Monday evening (1/18/10) in the MD Senate.Details
Until we shed the skin of predictability and focus on the only entity that will successfully limit the overreach of the federal government, we will continue to lose our freedoms and liberties at breakneck speed. Become part of the growing liberty movement that is breaking the cycle of predictability and join us in executing the “The Paradigm Shift.”Details
I can’t recall how many times I’ve written or talked about the Healthcare legislation not being about healthcare. It is interesting that a recent Wall Street Journal article validates this notion. The author of the article covered a piece on the New Yorker’s website from the week before by John Cassidy.Details
“the healthcare legislation is not about healthcare; the entire purpose of the healthcare legislation is to centralize control in the hands of the federal government. From enumeration of powers to the ninth and tenth amendments, our founders relentlessly tried to protect our nation from a future tyrannical central government.”Details