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The No-Affiliation Alliance Update volumn 1 .1

The founder of the group is a small business owner who ran for United States Congress in 2012 on the platform of small business representation and independent voter rights. He may not have won the election, but that does not mean the issues have become irrelevant. After beginning the circulation of signature petitions; a requirement […]

Repealing the Seventeenth Amendment

Repealing the Seventeenth Amendment

Over the years some patriots have made great efforts in the demand to “repeal the Seventeenth Amendment”. As a member and participant of several Tea Parties, and the 912 organization blogs, I have encountered individuals and groups that become quite animated over the prospect and will often shout at the slightest reference to the word […]

NAFTA: The Greatest National Security Risk and Why?

NAFTA: The Greatest National Security Risk and Why?

The complexity of reading our Constitution evades the majority of American’s all looking to understanding the intents of the creators of this legislative system of government.  I was no different and it wasn’t until I began to research my first book that I began to understand that the interpretation and judgment go far deeper than […]

The Balance of Power

The Balance of Power

By: Robert Marcoccio The use of popular vote began in 1804 by the state of Maine for President of the United States. It was not till 1824 that the use of popular vote became the mandate to select electors to represent a state that voted for an authorized candidate for president. The Electoral College is […]

The Committee of Five

The Committee of Five

“The Committee of Five” By: Robert Marcoccio In 1689, philosopher John Locke published his “An Essay Concerning Human Understanding” and by 1765 had become a motivating force leading up to the American Revolution. Locke’s political argument that natural rights gave the people the right to overthrow tyrannical leaders was combined with influence from the “country […]