When Does Federal Law “Trump” State Law?

When Does Federal Law “Trump” State Law?

OR DOES IT? by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 25, 2017) — At approximately 10:15 AM EST on Friday, this writer received a text notification of an Amber Alert for a six-year-old child at the other end of the state, in Bridgeport, CT.  Within the next half-hour, a second message was received stating that the Amber Alert […]

The Battered State Syndrome

The Battered State Syndrome

“FREE, SOVEREIGN AND INDEPENDENT” by Michael Gaddy, ©2016, blogging at The Rebel Madman (Aug. 8, 2016) — Any semi-conscious individual with a modicum of intelligence would advise anyone caught up in an abusive relationship of any kind to sever all ties to the opprobrious partner. Yet, almost to a person, these same people would readily […]

Federal Supremacy vs. Unbridled Tyranny

Federal Supremacy vs. Unbridled Tyranny

“WHO WILL BE THE NEXT POLITICAL PRISONER?” by JB Williams, ©2015 (Sep. 8, 2015) — Since the adoption of our U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, there has existed an ongoing struggle for separation and balance of powers between the three branches of the Federal Government, as well as between that Federal Government under Federal Supremacy […]

Obama’s Dictatorial Threats Imperil the Bill of Rights

Obama’s Dictatorial Threats Imperil the Bill of Rights

“THE TIME TO PUSH BACK IS LONG OVERDUE” by Nicholas E. Purpura, ©2014, TPATH Contributor (Dec. 25, 2014) — The last six years Obama has systematically shredded the Constitution as Congress cowered, reminiscent to the Reichstag before Hitler.  Hopefully the American citizen has had enough of these do-nothing windbags in Congress who are allowing this […]

Federal Supremacy vs. States’ Rights

Federal Supremacy vs. States’ Rights

“THE PEOPLE ARE THE FINAL ARBITERS” by JB Williams, ©2014 (Apr. 23, 2014) — In the United States of America, our U.S. Constitution creates a Constitutional Representative Republic, as opposed to the myth that we are a pure democracy. That Constitution lays out the specific enumerated powers of each of three branches of the Federal government, […]

Tennessee Attorney General Exonerates District Attorney General

Tennessee Attorney General Exonerates District Attorney General

BUT IS THE TIDE TURNING? by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 4, 2013) — After an investigation commenced last August, Tennessee Attorney General Robert E. Cooper, Jr. has found that District Attorney General Robert Steven Bebb’s actions did not rise to the level of criminal prosecution. Bebb was placed under scrutiny after a series in The Chattanooga […]

Is the FED Really the Supreme Authority?

Is the FED Really the Supreme Authority?

“ENDOWED BY OUR CREATOR” by JB Williams, ©2013 (Feb. 3, 2013) — According to modern leftists in academia and their Young Turk minions in the blogosphere, The US Constitution and Bill of Rights are “unconstitutional” on the basis that they fly in the face of their notion that the Founders created a dictatorship, a federal government […]

States Have No Rights According to Many State Legislators

WHAT WAS THE FOUNDERS’ ORIGINAL INTENT? by JB Williams, ©2011 (Mar. 6, 2011) — The current daily federal assault on state and individual rights has nearly every state legislature and governor scrambling to figure out what their state rights really are and how to assert them, before state sovereignty is completely eliminated under the assumed […]

Arizona’s Proposed Interstate Birth Certificate Compact Law Is Both Unconstitutional and Contrary to the Best Interests of the United States

ARE ARIZONA LAWMAKERS NOW TRYING TO COVER FOR OBAMA’S INELIGIBILITY? by Mario Apuzzo, Esq., ©2011 (Feb. 27, 2011) — Arizona is considering passing a law that, among other things, would allow a child born in the U.S. to one or two alien parents to be recognized as a “natural born Citizen.” Such a law would […]

The Federal Judge v. The Little People of the United States

THE POWER OF STATE NULLIFICATION by JB Williams, ©2011 (Feb. 1, 2011) — The people of the United States are growing increasingly frustrated with heavy handed intrusions into their private lives, their individual liberties and their personal freedom, not to mention the bankrupting of their states via federal mandates, forced upon them under a fraudulent interpretation […]

Grand Jury case goes to the Nevada Supreme Court

PRO SE PLAINTIFF WILL FIGHT FOR HIS CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO A GRAND JURY HEARING by Sharon Rondeau (Sept. 13, 2010) — The Post & Email had previously reported on the case of two plaintiffs, one of whom is U.S. Senate candidate Tim Fasano, regarding their request for and subsequent denial of a grand jury hearing […]