federal powers are and have been for a long time, usurping states and individual's powers
http://www.tenthamendmentcenter.com/200 … bama-care/
by Peeples 2 years ago
What are the positives of allowing individual states more control?I find it kind of weird that we are the "United States" yet the goal seems to be independent states making their own laws which can contradict other states. What are the positives of allowing states to have the ability to...
by C.J. Wright 7 years ago
Recently the addition of 500 waivers brought the total number of waivers to over 700 entities that are allowed to "opt" out of the new Health Care Law. Now we see that the Senate has agreed to repeal the 1099 provison for business purchases. This repeal removes an estimated 17 Billion...
by KFlippin 8 years ago
Was the corruption of the Commerce Clause a primary covert intent of the health care bill? Judge Gives Virginia OK to Press On With Health Care Lawsuit Against Feds"U.S. District Court Judge Henry Hudson is allowing a health care suit filed by the state of Virginia against the U.S....
by weholdthesetruths 8 years ago
Can someone cite for me the Constitutional authority for Congress to force you to buy a product from a private company? Or any company, or any thing?
by Josh Ratzburg 3 years ago
Should Kim Davis be forced to give out marriage licenses when she get's back to work? And will she?Kim Davis was recently released from prison and is due back to work this week, do you think she will follow the law this time? If she doesn't, isn't she breaking God's law also? Isn't one sin no...
by JAKE Earthshine 6 weeks ago
Major, Grotesque Conflict of INTEREST: How much money should Mr. Trump be allowed to receive via our enemies funneling cash through his hotel coffers then right into his greedy little cheap suit pockets before it’s defined as a major, unprecedented federal crime? In a fully functioning democracy,...
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