Tag Archives: 10th amendment
Lincoln’s KLKN TV contacted me Friday, requesting an interview regarding recent developments in the primary elections. The reporter, Stephanie Costanzo, informed KLKN had done a story everyday this week on the tea party’s impact and they were looking for the local perspective. Did the successes in other places in the country provide any momentum to […] Continue reading
10-10-10 in Support of the 10th Amendment
Join your fellow Michigan patriots as we support our 10th Amendment Sovereignty rights against Unconstitutional Federal over reach such as ObamaCare, a prime example of national law that oversteps state jurisdiction and results in the loss of rights of Michigan’s citizens!
Date: Sunday October 10, 2010
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Michigan […] Continue reading
When considering how to get out of the way of the growing red ink tsunami gushing out of D.C., one of the first questions that comes to mind is what states can do about it. Many federal programs could be rejected by states, but they aren’t. Obviously, they want the money. Prior governors and legislators have opted to accept federal funds in an effort to tout how much they accomplish while in office, handing the strings and increased obligations to the next set of officials. Continue reading
President Obama awoke Wednesday morning to a birthday gift he assuredly didn’t find pleasing. In Tuesday’s Missiouri primary 71% of voters approved a measure that exempts its citizens from the Federal mandate to purchase health insurance. Continue reading