Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Spirit of 1776

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Kansas City’s Nullify Now across the Internet

As Kansas City’s Nullify Now! Event draws ever closer to rocking the heartland for Freedom and Constitutional law, I thought it would be fun to list some of the links who are promoting the event. Some of these are websites … Continue reading

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The 2012 Proposed Presidential Budget EXPLAINED

With the economy in shambles, and the U.S. accrued debt at $14.294 trillion (May 16, 2011) – Federal spending and borrowing is playing a high-stakes game with the people it claims to protect. But no matter who emerges victorious in … Continue reading

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Roe v. Wade: A Nullification Issue

by Guest Author: Michael Maharrey, Tenth Amendment Center Communications Director “Abortion is murder,” or “A woman has a right to choose.” Few issues divide a room, a city or a country faster than abortion. The abortion issue creates a political … Continue reading

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Mike Kelly: I’m talking to you as an American

In the era of teleprompters, and leadership requiring a legion of speech-writers ready at hand to create butter-coated words of all taste and no sustenance, it comes as a pleasant surprise to hear a man who can truly deliver words … Continue reading

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Independence Day – July 2, 1776

On July 2, 1776 the Continental Congress officially adopted the resolution introduced by Richard Henry Lee and John Adams, declaring independence from Great Britain. John Adams wrote to his wife, Abigail, on July 3, 1776: Yesterday the greatest Question was … Continue reading

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TIME shreds the Constitution

Yeah, I get that the primary purpose of media (at least in Western Society), is to make money. So it’s not overly surprising when I see stories, or imagery, that are designed to get people talking, and to hopefully generate … Continue reading

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