Dear Sheriff Michael J. DeLeo as the Chief Law Enforcement Officer in Lebanon County Pennsylvania you were required to take an oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies both foreign and domestic. Having taken that oath I would like to know if you will honor your oath by refusing to enforce Federal rules, regulations and directives that violate the Constitution and/or the Bill of Rights.
The Second Amendment clearly proclaims that the people have
Originally Posted by Keith and stuff
The Cop Block Tour is happening right now. It started on January 18th in Keene, New Hampshire and ends on February 21st in Nashua, New Hampshire at the 2013 Liberty Forum where Pete Eyre of Cop Block will be speaking. The Tour goes through the Northeast, Midwest and Southeast.
Click on the official page to stay up to date on the Tour. Click on the official page to see the calendar and latest info on the Tour.
Here is the
John Stossel explains how the Founder's vision for America is playing out.
This clip from the January 17th edition of Stossel explains how the Foundering Father's vision for America is playing out in the Republic. Stossel explains that people move from state to state by voting with their feet.
Stossel especially points out the states in red. The states without a general state income tax. He mentions how job
Updated 01-19-2013 at 11:27 AM by Keith and stuff
This is my personal response to Georgetown law professor Louis Michael Seidman's "OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR LETíS GIVE UP ON THE CONSTITUTION" article.
Countering Evilness, Hypocrisy, and Lunacy: Giving Up on Progressivism
Updated 01-15-2013 at 12:05 PM by Weston White
Maine is the 9th or 10th state to pass the Resolution since the movement started in New Hampshire in October when it was passed by over 90% of the NH GOP delegates at the NH GOP State Convention. Over the months, the text of the Resolution has improved. Much thanks go to the national Republican Liberty Caucus, the New Hampshire Republican Liberty Caucus and various state chapters (in this particular instance, the Maine chapter) for their work in creating and