From the monthly archives: June 2011

Oil Exploration *

On June 26, 2011 By

We believe America should produce sufficient oil to fulfill its own needs, plus reasonable reserves.  Our attention should be directed, first, to the safest on-shore oil reserves and other reserves that would not the oil to be transported across the water.
 

The Bakken Shale Oil field, which stretches down from […]

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Today, we are being told that America and the world must stop using fossil fuels. We are going to try to do something that seems impossible these days – and that’s to have an honest conversation about energy policy, global warming, and what the proposed “cap and trade‟ regulation means for our future generations.  […]

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Whatever the resource for America’s energy needs, the States must approach this issue independently from federal government.  While the federal government has a general duty to protect the welfare of the Union, as a whole, the States each have a duty to their respective Citizenry.  The harvesting of local resources for satisfying local energy needs […]

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Clear Air and Water *

On June 26, 2011 By

We believe, of primary concern to the people, is that they want air that is safe to breath and water that is safe to drink.  Without clean air and water, the benefits of technology in satisfying our various interests become moot.  After all, what good is technology if the end result is sickness and death.  […]

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Global Warming

On June 26, 2011 By

The claim that the debate about the severity and cause of global warming is “settled science” has taken a beating with the release of the names of 31,072 American scientists who reject the assertion that global warming has reached a crisis stage and is caused by human activity.

Al Gore a leading proponent […]

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EPA

On June 26, 2011 By

The States and not the Federal Government should control their own environment and the government should act as the mediator of any disputes between the states. The Federal Government has enough problems keeping their house in order without trying to tell states how to keep their houses in order. Each state has the right to […]

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Keeping government close to the people is a cornerstone of our American system. Ensuring that the vast majority of power remains and is retained at the state and local level is essential in protecting the rights of the states and of the people. This decentralization is critical and must be protected from the power grabs, […]

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Corporation Rights

On June 26, 2011 By

Air, water, food and shelter are necessities for Corporeal Citizens to continue Life, as is medical treatment at times.  The existence of a corporation requires none of these.  Because corporations are unable to experience either them or the lack thereof; or to experience Liberty or the pursuit of Happiness; corporations have no respect for the […]

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Common Law

On June 26, 2011 By

Our Constitution and its Articles are based upon common law, which is no longer taught, not even to lawyers.  Over the more than 10 generations since they were drafted, the opponents of true Federalism (defined as it was understood and implemented by the majority of our Forefathers, not as it is today) have, by means […]

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To confirm the understanding of the First Amendment provided that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” Thus, so far as the Federal Constitution was concerned, states remained free to deal with the subject of religion as they saw fit, subject of course to limits in […]

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Article V Convention

On June 26, 2011 By

The article of the Constitution allows for the convention process of proposing and ratifying amendments to the US Constitution.  (It is not a Constitutional Convention.  It does not, and cannot rewrite the Constitution.  Proponents of arguments claiming this are sending forth red herrings.  These are individuals who are unaware of the […]

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We believe the Electoral College is essential to our federalist republic and must be retained.  Eliminating it in favor of the popular vote would undermine the careful balance of power designed by the Founding Fathers and lead to the nationalization of our federal government.

The Electoral College was designed to represent each state’s voice […]

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We encourage the repeal of the 17th Amendment.

In order to protect the sovereignty of the states, the framers of the federal Constitution established a Senate thus giving the states direct representation through congress.  This was meant to provide a means for each state to protect and defend its […]

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Energy Independence

On June 26, 2011 By

“The most direct way to reduce our dependency on foreign oil is to simply use less of it (the problem is the vast majority of Americans do not want to make this sacrifice), starting with the cars and trucks we drive. Nearly 70 percent of our oil use is for transportation, and more […]

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It is about time that, We, as Americans start asking are we a Sovereign Nation?

Are we the masters within our own borders?

Or are we controlled by outside interests who do not have America’s best interests at heart?

 

Why a Sovereign Currency?

There are […]

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We are unreservedly for sound money. As such we are for disbanding the unconstitutional entity known as the Federal Reserve and reimpose that duty back upon the government with rules that prevent the current and unceasing debt and replace it with sound fiscal policy.

I am unalterably opposed to every measure […]

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Reciprocity Demanded

On June 23, 2011 By

I believe the policy of having no reciprocity arrangements negotiated by the previous two Republican and Democrat Administrations was a national calamity, and I will demand their renewal and extension on such terms as will equalize our trade with other nations, remove the restrictions which now obstruct the sale of American products in […]

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Government-Sponsored Entities’ (GSEs) Interference in the Housing Market

The Federal Home Loan Bank System was created in 1932 by the Federal Home Loan Bank Act, in an attempt to reduce the growing number of home foreclosures, and to spur increased home construction and home ownership. The FHLB laid the groundwork for […]

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We oppose minimum wage implemented at the Federal Level as these laws distort the nature of the markets and with adequate employee protections no wage minimums are needed. Any government that can institute a minimum wage law can institute a maximum wage law and that puts the brakes on the American Dream. A […]

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We want to renew and emphasize our allegiance to the policy of Protection as the bulwark of American industrial independence and the foundation of American development and prosperity. It is only when misused or poorly implemented that protectionist policies become a detriment to the American people and many Conservative economist gloss over improper […]

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Foreign Immigration

On June 23, 2011 By

For the protection of the equality of our American citizenship and of the wages of our workingmen against the fatal competition of low-priced labor, the problems that illegal immigrants impose upon our social safety net, to reduce skyrocketing health care costs because of the imposition of illegal labor, we will demand that the immigration laws […]

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Merchant Marine

On June 23, 2011 By

We favor restoring the early American policy of discriminating duties for the up building of our merchant marine and the protection of our shipping in the foreign carrying trade, so that American ships–the product of American labor, employed in American shipyards, sailing under the Stars and Stripes, and manned, officered and owned by […]

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Israeli Policy

On June 23, 2011 By

From the hour of achieving their own independence, the people of the United States have regarded with sympathy the struggles of other peoples to free themselves from theocratic domination. We watch with deep and abiding interest the heroic battle of the Israeli patriots against cruelty and oppression of a surrounding theocracy and our […]

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NAFTA

On June 23, 2011 By

We recommend the repeal of the North American Free Trade Agreement in favor of a Reciprocal Tariff as explained in the Monetary and Currency policy section of this Platform.

[ like it but need to see if we can sell it]

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DEET

On June 23, 2011 By

We believe that the outlawing of DEET needs to be re-examined to measure the cost versus benefits as so many in third world countries die needlessly from Malaria which would of been prevented with DEET.

[good]

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Patent Protection

On June 23, 2011 By

We fundamentally believe that the Constitution gives Congress the right to grant Patent Protection to Authors and Inventors and that that right may not be deferred to any foreign agency, country, or entity.

[ should states or the federal government be able to purchase patent rights for fair compensation if it is for […]

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The United Nations

On June 23, 2011 By

We are adamantly opposed to the U.N.’s ongoing attempts at usurping our national Sovereignty, state Sovereignty, and personal Sovereignty and will work to restore what has been lost. American will should never be beholden to, enter in to any agreement with, or be obligated to enforce any U.N. decrees, laws, or directives that […]

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The Navy

On June 23, 2011 By

The peace and security of the Republic, and the maintenance of its rightful influence among the nations of the earth, demand a naval power commensurate with its position and responsibility. We therefore favor the enlargement of the navy and a complete system of anti-missile and missile defense systems used to secure and defend […]

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Peace Through Strength

On June 23, 2011 By

Our military needs to be strong but it does not necessarily need to be large to be strong. Many military bases remain open simply because of economic pressures and the resulting loss to local communities and states or foreign countries when bases are closed. We need to end the practice of economic subsidization […]

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War

On June 23, 2011 By

While a President may need to take immediate defensive action against another attacking country without the permission of Congress any such action should be limited in nature. We should have no entangling alliances that brings about a what is termed a police action. The US Constitution is very specific that only Congress can […]

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NATO

On June 23, 2011 By

With our self removal from the United Nations we foresee a greater expanded role in NATO.

[wholeheartedly disagree…..NATO is almost as bad as the UN ]

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China Policy

On June 23, 2011 By

China is a communist Nation and we should not reward communism. China has taken very capitalistic steps and do now have a people that are more free and we should re-affirm our friendship with a country that is peacefully yet slowly converting to a more free form of government. As much as a […]

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Foreign Policy Position

On June 23, 2011 By

Our foreign policy should be at all times firm, vigorous and dignified, and all our interests in the Western hemisphere carefully watched and guarded.

The massacres in the middle east and Africa by radical Islamic extremist have aroused the deep sympathy and just indignation of the American people, and we believe […]

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Following NASA’s spectacular and astounding successes in the late 1960s, the space agency has been used as a political tool for decades. Reliance on a civil service workforce has created a culture of entitlement within NASA, instead of a focus on genuine scientific curiosity and inquiry. Much of its current function is to […]

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Social Security

On June 22, 2011 By

One of the most massive problems the Federal Government has gotten us into is the Social Security program. We should expect that it will take an equally massive solution to correct the injustice that has been perpetrated upon the American people. Medicare, Medicaid and other federal programs threaten to not only destroy our […]

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Cigarettes

On June 22, 2011 By

The Federal government should not be able to tell us how to live our life or develop a system of social engineering through taxation that subverts the will of the people. Quite literally, a tax on cigarettes is the Federal Government interfering into our every day lives even if it so for our […]

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The Patriot Act

On June 22, 2011 By

Like most governmental encroachments, the Patriot Act serves as an abuse against most people through invasion of privacy and surveillance, and it inflicts additional limitations on the freedom of the people to function in their ordinary course of life (banking, commerce, trade, etc.).  The Patriot Act is too broad, resulting in more abuse […]

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Prostitution

On June 22, 2011 By

Prostitution is an ancient occupation, and though people reserve the right to choose their employment and what they do with their own lives, this behavior challenges States and puts an undue burden on its population and resources. Each community where prostitution is evident, there is a greater need for more police than what […]

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Adoption

On June 22, 2011 By

To adopt a child from another country and bring that child to live in the United States, you must be found eligible to adopt under U.S. law. The Federal agency that makes this determination is the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), part of the Department of Homeland Security. You may not bring […]

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Radical Islam

On June 22, 2011 By

We suggest everyone should read William Federer’s book, “WHAT EVERY AMERICAN NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT THE QUR’AN”. We cannot express how serious this topic is vital to the existence of all Americans, our sanctity of government and our precious freedom both near and far.

As stated in our Constitution on the […]

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Civil Service

On June 22, 2011 By

The Civil Service law was placed on the statute book by the Republican party, which has always sustained it, and we renew our repeated declarations that it shall be thoroughly and honestly enforced and extended wherever practicable.

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Drugs and the FDA

On June 22, 2011 By

Prescription Drug Patents

We must make a moral determination of where honest profit ends and greed begins. The only certainties we can state at this time is that the perception of the pharmaceutical industry’s profits are they are unconscionable because they have such influence in writing the current laws and use have been shown to […]

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Road Funding and Gas Tax

On June 22, 2011 By

As explained in the Prison Reform Section of this platform we plan to radically reduce the costs of roads and as explained in the Sovereign Monetary and Sovereign Currency Policy section of this platform our gas tax will be reduced to 10% of retail at the Federal level.

[good]

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Unionization and the Right to Work

Historically labor unions have ensured workers receive adequate compensation for their labors and are protected in the work place but concerns have developed that forced union dues are used to support political causes that some union members may oppose. We support the right of all workers to associate or […]

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Race relations: Through education and the freedom to choose the schools to attend for our children, we will eliminate racial hatred.

We are a free nation, the only nation in history that went to war to abolish slavery. All citizens are in charge of their life, liberty and pursuit of happiness as Guaranteed […]

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The United States Office of Education was established in 1867 and was created for the purpose of collecting statistics and facts as to the condition and progress of education in the several States and Territories. It was also used in distributing information respecting the organization and management of schools, and school systems on […]

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Electronic Voting

On June 22, 2011 By

Fair and honest elections! Have you ever heard of computer viruses or tampering? Electronic voting may be the most vulnerable systems of voting ever devised.  There are some things that technology should not be used for.

[ what about states making an exception for those hospitalized and nursing homes? ]

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The veterans and soldiers of armed forces deserve and should receive fair treatment and generous recognition. Whenever practicable, they should be given the preference in the matter of employment with the Government, and they are entitled to the enactment of such laws as are best calculated to secure the fulfillment of the pledges […]

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Marijuana

On June 22, 2011 By

We believe that all Federal Laws governing and regulating marijuana should be repealed as we feel the regulation or legalization should be left to the states.

[ good maybe add a little more to get the point across]

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Gun Rights

On June 22, 2011 By

To bear arms in defense of one’s self or his family, property or community is a fundamental and natural Right of preservation, and it is necessary for the protection of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Without the Right to bear arms, there can be no security for the other essential Rights […]

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Prison Reform

On June 22, 2011 By

Any good system of law has to have a good deterrent to breaking those laws so their is a personal incentive to obey the law. Without consequences there is no law. We advocate to not sentence prisoners to time served but to work and training completed. Rehabilitation should be a part of any […]

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We do not oppose those choosing an alternative lifestyle from participating in the defense of our nation. We do have reservations of those choosing an alternative lifestyle in participating in the theater of battle because of loyalty and unit cohesion between members. Because blood borne contamination is so prevalent during battle and hand […]

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Stem Cell Research

On June 21, 2011 By

Stem cell research has promising potential to treat a plethora of diseases. The vast majority of therapeutic benefits come from adult stem cells from donors, not from the controversial and unethical embryonic stem cell lines obtained from aborted children.

Nevertheless, the federal government has no lawful jurisdiction over medical or scientific […]

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The Family Unit

On June 21, 2011 By

The family is the very smallest and first form of government in which a child encounters rightful authority, virtue, laws, and civility as it relates to a civilized society and should be protected, nurtured, and strengthen by less interference from any other form of government. When a child is taught to obey authority, […]

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Privatization of Welfare

On June 21, 2011 By

This is explained in the section of Sovereign Currency and Sovereign Monetary Policy

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The Poor

On June 21, 2011 By

The poor will stay poor if they believe that they cannot partake in the American dream.

Broken homes, single parent households and lack of proper education provided in today’s public schools attribute to the lack of principals and motivation to many who believe they will never amount to anything. They learn […]

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Free Ballot

On June 21, 2011 By

We demand that every citizen of the United States shall be allowed to cast one free and unrestricted ballot, and that such ballot shall be counted and returned as cast.

[ serialized voting would allow you the (freedom) to check your ballot….free to check to make sure they counted your votes […]

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Voter Identification

On June 21, 2011 By

The States should always establish and distinguish who a valid elector is. The States should also have a system in place that maintains the integrity of their voting system by means of identifying every valid elector such as their State Law determines a voter to be valid. If a state were not to […]

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Mandatory Immunizations

On June 21, 2011 By

A CRS report(1) for Congress (dated January 18, 2005) provided a summary about Mandatory Vaccinations:  Precedent and Current Laws.

Historically, the preservation of public health has been the responsibility of state and local governments.  The states do use the schedule of immunizations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as […]

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Special Interest Groups

On June 21, 2011 By

Special interest groups generally do not represent the people. They represent a corporation, union, or advocacy group which is an artificial entity and not people.  State government was created by the people and for the people NOT the corporations. State governments then created the federal government to serve the states.  Government creates corporations […]

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Campaign Finance Reform

On June 21, 2011 By

The elections here in the United States are won and lost by money and not in the sphere of ideas. This must change so Americans can take advantage of all ideas even if the candidate touting those ideas is not well financed. What would happen if candidates were prohibited from advertising in Print […]

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Healthcare

On June 21, 2011 By

The sovereignty of the individual over government extends to a person’s right to make their own healthcare decisions.  Enforcing a law that mandates individuals purchase health care or pay a federal penalty infringes on our liberties and our freedom to choose.

The Constitution provides for a limited government that respects the […]

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