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Clear Air and Water *

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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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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

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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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