Virginia claims Tenth Amendment right to reject national health care

COMMONWEALTH PASSES HEALTH CARE FREEDOM ACT by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 15, 2010) — On March 5, the Virginia House of Delegates voted to pass the Virginia Health Care Freedom Act, effectively nullifying any federal health care measure that might be passed by Congress.  The bill, HB10, is expected to be signed by Governor Bob McDonnell.  […]

Connecticut Tenth Amendment Resolution public hearing scheduled

THE “CONSTITUTION STATE” FIGHTS FOR SOVEREIGNTY by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 14, 2010) — A public hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, March 17, 2010 at 10:00 a.m.  on a Tenth Amendment resolution for the state proposed last month. The hearing will take place in Room 2B of the Legislative Office Building, 300 Capitol Avenue, Hartford.  State […]

Wyoming passes Firearms Freedom Act

IMPOSES PENALTIES FOR ANYONE ATTEMPTING TO ENFORCE FEDERAL GUN REGULATIONS ON WYOMING CITIZENS by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 13, 2010) — Wyoming is the fourth state to pass a Firearms Freedom Act, but in keeping with the great traditions of freedom and independence enshrined in that state, the bill goes beyond any FFA passed to date. […]

Hawaii oversight agency wants “vexatious requester” law passed

AGENCY SUBMITS TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF AMENDMENT OVER WHICH IT WOULD HAVE JURISDICTION by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 11, 2010) — The Office of Information Practices, an agency of the Executive branch of the Hawaii state government, has testified to the Hawaii Senate Committee on Government Operations in strong support of SB2937, which would give the […]

Utah third state to exempt guns from federal regulations

GOVERNOR SIGNS FIREARMS FREEDOM ACT IN DEFIANCE OF ENCROACHING FEDERAL GOVERNMENT by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 11, 2010) — In another declaration of states’ rights, on February 26, 2010, Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed a gun rights bill which would exempt firearms manufactured and sold within the state from federal regulations. The Utah State-made Firearms Protection […]

Eligibility Court Hearing Scheduled

BYSIEWICZ’S QUALIFICATIONS FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL TO BE DECIDED by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 7, 2010) — On Friday, March 12, 2010, the question of whether or not Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz is eligible to run – and serve – as Connecticut’s attorney general will be raised in Hartford Superior Court. However, despite the expedited […]

Connecticut SOTS to seek court opinion on eligibility

SUSAN BYSIEWICZ SEEKS COURT OPINION TO DETERMINE HER QUALIFICATIONS FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 21, 2010) — In a move to maintain her candidacy for Connecticut Attorney General, Susan Bysiewicz (D) has announced that contrary to her previous statement, she will seek a court opinion to determine if she is eligible for the […]

Tenth Amendment Resolution to be raised in Connecticut

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN PROMISE DEBATE ON STATE SOVEREIGNTY by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 18, 2010) — The two co-chairmen of the committee governing debate on all bills in the Constitution State have agreed to raise a Tenth Amendment Resolution on Friday, February 19, 2010.  The decision came after a press conference was held on Wednesday afternoon to […]

The Tenth Amendment comes alive in Blue States

A RETURN OF STATE SOVEREIGNTY TO THE “CONSTITUTION STATE”? by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 15, 2010) — On Wednesday, February 17, 2010, there will be a press conference regarding a Connecticut Tenth Amendment bill.  The conference will begin at 1:30 p.m. at the Legislative Office Building, 300 Capitol Avenue, Hartford. State Senator Michael MacLachlan (R-24) and […]

First an eligibility question, now a new investigation

SUSAN BYSIEWICZ: “IT WASN’T JUST ME” by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 11, 2010) — The mainstream television media and The Hartford Courant are reporting that Connecticut’s Secretary of the State, Susan Bysiewicz, has made political use of a database maintained by her office at taxpayer expense by her own admission. Bysiewicz, who announced her candidacy for […]

Citizens have natural right to organize a local Militia

CONFIRMED BY U.S. SUPREME COURT IN THE CASE, D.C. VS. HELLER by John Charlton (Jan. 14, 2010) —  As the nation slides into a Marxist tyranny led by a usurper who hides his birth certificate and a Democratic super-majority which has no qualms passing unconstitutional laws, usurping the rights of the several States and their […]

Basic American Principles

ON PRINCIPLES, PURPOSES AND RIGHTS by Rep. Susan Lynn Principles are important – without them we get off track and lose our way. Many believe that our federal government has lost its way while others just don’t understand why so many object to the “change” taking place today. Let’s look at some of the foundational […]

10th Amendment Muscle

TEXAS GOVERNOR RICK PERRY SEEKS OUT FELLOW ALABAMA GOVERNOR BOB RILEY TO JOIN IN CAUSE TO SECURE  INTEGRITY TO STATES 10TH AMENDMENT SOVEREIGNTY News & Analysis by Doug Cook (Dec. 27, 2009) — Transgressions of Constitutional law by both Democratic controlled Houses of the U.S. Congress, under orders from the White House, specifically health care […]

GA Governor demands investigation into vote buying for Health Care Bill

GA Governor demands investigation into vote buying for Health Care Bill

GOV.’S LETTER INSTRUCTS GA ATTORNEY GENERAL TO JOIN EFFORT OF AGs NATIONWIDE To the Honorable Thurbert Baker Attorney General of Georgia Dear Attorney General Baker: RE:   H.R. 3590 – “Health Care Reform” The debate over healthcare policy in Washington, DC has reached a critical juncture now that 60 Senators have agreed to support the […]

Tea-partiers in NV and FL make stunning political inroads

NOT JUST TALKING AND CARRYING SIGNS, AIMING TO TAKE OVER GOP BEFORE 2010 ELECTIONS News Summary by John Charlton (Dec. 17, 2009) — With a new Rasmussen poll showing that voters are more inclinded to vote for a Tea-Partier than for a Republican, Tea Partiers who have entered the political fray in preparation for the […]

American Spectator warns of Soros’ manipulation of 2010+ elections

ACHIEVED THROUGH PUSHING LIBERALS INTO SECRETARY-OF-STATE POSITIONS by John Charlton (Dec. 17, 2009) — With a mere investment of $780,000 Soros and his allies were able to suborn free elections in the states of Montana, West Virginia, Missouri, Oregon, in 2008, and in Minnesota, Ohio, New Mexico, Nevada and Iowa, in 2006. How did he […]

20 Texas Democrats desert Party, go Republican

15 THIS YEAR, 5 MORE YESTERDAY DESERT PARTY WHICH HAS DESERTED AMERICA by John Charlton (Dec. 2, 2009) — The Democratic National Party has a problem with its name and with its loyalty, and as a consequence members of the party are deserting it, in Texas at least. The GOP of Texas announced yesterday that […]

GOP Gov. Candidate in GA to ask Obama for BC

TO JOIN WITH SEVERAL U.S. HOUSE MEMBERS TO RESOLVE ISSUE by John Charlton (Nov. 6, 2009) — Yesterday morning, in an online chat conducted by his campaign, Republican Gubernatorial candidate, Nathan Deal (R-GA) announced that he would seek a copy of Barack Hussein Obama’s birth certificate from Obama himself. Tom Crawford of the Georgia Report […]

Committees of Safety work to re-establish State Militias

CONSTITUTIONAL RESTORATION THROUGH POLITICAL ACTION by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 3, 2009) — The Committees of Safety (www.committeesofsafety.org) was founded by Connecticut resident Walter Reddy in 2008 with the purpose of reinstituting the colonial Militias in modern terms. By petitioning our State legislators to pass statutes to revitalize the State Militias to provide for the common […]

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