Category Archives: Constitution

Thomas Jefferson’s Final Warnings

People remember Thomas Jefferson for the Declaration of Independence, which he wrote in 1776. A few will remember that he served as president from 1801 to 1809, but aside from that, they know almost nothing of his life and work. … Continue reading

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We Do NOT Have a Federal Government – So What Do We Have?

(What we have in Washington D.C. is a centralized, national government which has usurped nearly all the powers of the States. It isn’t “federal” in any real sense. TC57 ) Nearly all of us use the word federal to refer … Continue reading

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The TOP DOWN push for an Article V convention « Publius-Huldah’s Blog

By Publius Huldah Ever since, some 50 years ago, the Ford Foundation produced the Constitution for the Newstates of America, it has always been the political elite and the big money who are behind the push for an Article V … Continue reading

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Article V Convention: How “Individuals of Insidious Views” Are Stealing Our Constitution 

Q: How are amendments to the federal Constitution made? A: Article V of our Constitution provides two method of amending the Constitution: Congress proposes amendments and presents them to the States for ratification; or When 2/3 of the States apply … Continue reading

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Bill of Attainder. Meaning and History

A bill, act or writ of attainder was a piece of legislation that declared a person or persons guilty of a crime. A bill of attainder allowed for the guilty party to be punished without a trial. A bill of … Continue reading

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Jefferson on Politics & Government: Interpreting the Constitution

“On every question of construction carry ourselves back to the time when the Constitution was adopted, recollect the spirit manifested in the debates and instead of trying what meaning may be squeezed out of the text or invented against it, … Continue reading

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2.1 million-member privileged class freaking out as Trump plans to make them like people with normal jobs 

Federal employees face a long overdue reckoning. Give this some thought: We are a nation based on a system of federalism, which means that largely sovereign states are united under a limited federal government that performs only certain essential functions … Continue reading

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