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Why The United States should exit the UN

Why The United States should exit the UN

The Economic War against America  In 1994 by act of Congress, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade was transformed into the World Trade Organization. The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade was originally signed to law in 1947 during the Bretton Woods conference that established the United Nations.  The trade agreements purpose (GATT) was […]

Revolution without end

Revolution without end

  The concept of the United States Constitution is in the creation of a mechanism that allows change without revolution. It creates a stable process of making the law that can be adjusted by variable processes listed in the first five articles without the need to eradicate the government structure entirely. Without the structure of […]

The United Nations threat to American National security

The United Nations threat to American National security

The Issue of National Security The second amendment is the final resolve in the protection of self preservation against military attack from foreign nations and as history has taught that enemies from our past can become our allies in the future; so it is true that former allies have become our enemy. A great example […]

The New Republic of American States 1781-1789

The New Republic of American States 1781-1789

The New Republic of American States 1781 – 1789 On July 4, 1776 the “Committee of the whole” had convened to the ratification of the declaration. The copies of the finished broadside document were dispatched by riders on July 5, to all the assemblies and on August 2, 1776, fifty six members of the Second […]

The Sixteenth Amendment

The Sixteenth Amendment

  The Sixteenth Amendment is often referred to as “the bill that was never meant to be”, or “the soak the rich bill” and could easily be assessed as the “it don’t mean anything bill” and has been in dispute since its inception and ironically those who sponsored the bill were the most displeased about […]

The Court, The Law and the Separation of Church from State

The Court, The Law and the Separation of Church from State

The argument about the separation of church from state seems to be a dispute more to what is not stated in the Constitution than to what is stated, with both, the atheist and religious argument focusing on the subject of ambiguity. This is due to the misrepresentation by the court; that the Bill of Rights […]

Sons of Liberty

Sons of Liberty

In a furious debate before Parliament, British patriot Isaac Barre` spoke in protest against Parliament’s latest proposed bill (The Stamp Act of 1765) which would be imposed against the British American Colonies. Although his argument against the Act ultimately failed, it was from this defense, in reverence to and in favor of the American colonists, […]

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 […]