Pennsylvania, and in at least a couple of other states, there are Republican-controlled Houses, Senates and governors' offices where being developed right now are plans to use state law to demand proof of constitutional eligibility from presidential candidates before they would be allowed on the state ballot. It seems the Feds did not do it last time around.
by OLYHOOCH5 years ago
INVESTIGATION REPORTEDLY LAUNCHED IN 2008(Apr. 18, 2011) — It has been reported that the Federal Election Commission began an investigation into the campaign contributions taken in by Barack Hussein Obama in 2008...
by leeberttea6 years ago
... to carry regardless of state or local laws?I think the Supreme Court will rule today that Americans, all Americans have the constitutional right to carry guns and states and cities can not limit that right! This is...
by tbHistorian2 years ago
The Georgia state legislature passed a measure calling for a Convention of States to amend the U.S. Constitution. This would establish a Continental Congress composed of citizens that would work to achieve...
by janesix4 years ago
It's sad really. They want so badly to NOT believe there is a God.There is proof of God everywhere. Just look. That's all. Heck, if you want proof, just as God Himself. He will show you proof to your heart's content.
by SteveMacken5 years ago
The ever increasing conservatism of the United States political landscape, combined with the christian rhetoric emanating therefrom, along with certain legislative actions taken in recent years, would lead this neutral...
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