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Who Decides Constitutionality?

By Mike Maharrey – Tenth Amendment Center Who Decides Constitutionality? Who decides when the federal government has acted outside of those delegated powers? Most Americans will quickly answer, “The Supreme Court, of course!” Thomas Jefferson emphatically disagreed, arguing that the states make the determination in the last resort. Jefferson pointed out the absurdity of a branch of the federal government determining…

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270 – Sept. 27 – This Day in Baptist History Past

He went out ten years before Carey 1847 – The constitution was adopted for the Republic of Liberia under the auspices of The American Colonization Society, who had sponsored a group of Americo-Liberians – men of color – that had come to this country in 1822. Prior to that, West Africa had become known as the “white missionaries graveyard”, as…

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Student Banned From Handing Out Constitutions … On Constitution Day!

    Liberties are disappearing faster than can be reported. Campus cop stops student from handing out Constitutions … ON CONSTITUTION DAY Daily Caller: Robby Soave A police officer at Modesto Junior College in California told a patriotic libertarian student that it was against college rules for him to hand out copies of the U.S. Constitution on campus. Ironically, this flagrant…

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231 – Aug. 19 – This Day in Baptist History Past

We Ought to Obey God Rather than Men 1950 – Three special law enforcement officers were sworn in by the La Sarre Police Department, in the Province of Quebec, Canada for the express purpose of corralling the activities of the street preachers in Montreal.  A sixteen-year-old Catholic youth heard the police give specific orders not to hit the pastor on…

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220 – August 08 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Elder John Leland 1st Amendment – The Baptist influence  1789 – The General Committee of Virginia Baptists wrote a letter to President George Washington commending him on his election and explaining again their position on religious liberty.  In it they stated the reason they were reluctant to support the U.S. Constitution was the absence of the security of religious freedom…

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Americans get serious about impeachment

To view this item online, visit http://www.wnd.com/2013/03/americans-getting-serious-about-impeachment/ WND EXCLUSIVE New poll: Nearly half endorse dumping Obama                                by                     Bob Unruh (Bob Unruh joined WND in 2006 after nearly three decades with the Associated Press, as well as several Upper Midwest newspapers, where he covered everything from legislative battles and sports to tornadoes and homicidal survivalists. He is also…

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Obama advances globalist ‘2-ocean’ plan

Grandiose expansion of ‘North American Union’ pushed by Bush                                                                   NEW YORK – President Obama has revived George W. Bush’s Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America effort with a grandiose trade plan that transcends the continent to encompass both the Atlantic and Pacific spheres.In his State of the Union address Feb. 12, Obama announced a two-ocean, globalist…

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US Government Illegally Promoting Religion in Schools

We Can’t Read the Bible in School but Religion is still taught.   I will never forget when I was a teenager and John F. Kennedy was shot about the time that the Bible was ruled as unconstitutional to be taught in school.  Madalyn Murray O’Hair led the charge.  She was an atheist and as a result of her efforts our schools…

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Colorado Day of Prayer Is Unconstitutional, State Appeals Court Rules

By Electa Draper | The Denver Post The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that governors’ proclamations of a state Day of Prayer violate the Constitution’s provisions for religious liberty. When the state sponsors the particular religious practice of prayer, the three-judge panel found, it sends a message that those who pray are favored members of Colorado’s political community. “In…

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Virginia’s Anti-NDAA Bill Set to Become Law; Ariz. Joins the Fight

WRITTEN BY JOE WOLVERTON, II    After agreeing to changes suggested by Governor Bob McDonnell, both houses of the state legislature of Virginia passed HB 1160, the bill sponsored (and shepherded) by Delegate Bob Marshall (left) that prohibits state officers and agents from participating in the unconstitutional detention of citizens of the Old Dominion. Neither the vote in the state House of…

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