When enough people stand up and say no to Washington D.C., and enough states pass laws backing their people up, it’s pretty difficult for the Federal Government to force their unconstitutional “laws,” regulations and mandates down our throats.
Author Archive | Michael Boldin
Maybe in Rhode Island, the ACLU has got a rogue chapter – or maybe not. But either way, here’s an important message for the ACLU
It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people’s minds
Onward and upward – the Constitution and Liberty!
We believe that while the path to the Constitution and your liberty might be a long, winding road – the cause is right and just
On December 15, 1791, the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution – known as the Bill of Rights – came into effect through the process of ratification by the States.
The principles enshrined in the Constitution do not change. If anything, today’s more complex world cries out for the moral clarity provided by holding true to these principles from the Founding Fathers.
The title says it all. So what’s the answer?
this week, while I will certainly miss Sarah, the love of my life, who’s visiting her family in St. Louis, and I will miss my own family which I’m unable to visit in Milwaukee, I know I have much to be thankful for.
Not only have they utterly failed to uphold the constitution, itâ€™s not really in their interest either.
213 years ago, on November 10th, something really important happened. Â In fact, it was so important that if there ARE going to be federal holidays at all, this should definitely be one. Â But itâ€™s not.
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