Arizona Legislature passes HB2281 banning ethnic studies

IS ARIZONA IMPLEMENTING A RESTORATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES? by Debra Mullins (May 4, 2010) — On Thursday, April 29, 2010, the Arizona House of Representatives passed the Senate-amended version of HB2281, banning racial and ethnic studies from the curricula of state-funded K-12 schools. The bill passed the Senate on Wednesday, April 28, and is now […]

Oh, the irony!

IS SOMEONE TELLING US SOMETHING? by Edgar L. Jones (Apr. 21, 2010) — How many remember when Glenn Beck did a show with the authors of three books: 1) The Age of the Unthinkable: Why the New World Disorder Constantly Surprises Us And What We Can Do About It by Joshua Cooper Ramo 2) The […]

A Prescription for Conservative Inconsistency

THE ENTIRE U.S. CONSTITUTION MUST BE ADHERED TO, INCLUDING THE SECTION ON PRESIDENTIAL ELIGIBILITY by Sally Vendée (Apr. 9, 2010) — Now that Obamacare has passed, pundits write and politicians argue about its impact on our nation, its key provisions, implementation and enforcement details, and whether its many elements are in fact Constitutional. One famous […]

Why Obama cannot be a natural born Citizen

A LEGAL ANALYSIS OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP by Jim Delaney (Apr. 5, 2010) — Obama, born in 1961 of a U.S. Citizen mother and a British Citizen (born in Kenya) father, was born a “U.S. Citizen” by virtue of his mother’s U.S. Citizenship; however, since Obama’s father was not a U.S. Citizen and thus not “attached […]

Presidential Eligibility: Three Simple Requirements

WHAT IF “BIRTHERS” WERE “AGE-ERS”? by Sally Vendée (Feb. 19, 2010) — Everyone knows, or should by now with all of the “birther” hullabaloo, Article II of the Constitution and its three requirements for the Commander-in-Chief:  He must be a “natural born Citizen,” at least thirty-five years old, and have resided for at least fourteen […]

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