check this out. it is an idea to "redress grievances" with the US government. As per the US Constitution, citizens can put together a redress of grievances to present to the government for not upholding constitutional laws concerning our liberties and freedoms. and if there is no response to these grievances the people can "get" new government representation and legally stand in civil disobedience any various forms until government is aligned with the constitution...or somethings of that sort...read for your self and find out
by andrew savage4 years ago
What are the aspects of the two modes of practical law that make one incompatible with the other?
by SparklingJewel7 years ago
http://articlesoffreedom.us/Home.aspxThe Articles of Freedom Liberty Coalition...And so it is proposed that these Articles be distributed to All in the Land, with the intent to draw the attention and courage of a...
by Poppa Blues7 years ago
Don't take my word for it listen to an expert!The Truth About the Health Care BillsPosted August 12, 2009Well, I have done it! I have read the entire text of proposed House Bill 3200: The Affordable Health Care Choices...
by SparklingJewel6 years ago
October 29, 2011 SCHULZ GOES TO WALL STREETGives The Constitution A VoiceAt 9 AM on Saturday, October 8, I was tuned into CNN, broadcasting from Atlanta. The Host was interviewing three young people who had participated...
by Susan Reid3 years ago
Since when is America a "Christian" country? I challenge anyone to find a single mention of Jesus Christ in any of our founding documents."God" does not equal "Christ." I swear to God, yes....
by Ben Bush2 weeks ago
There are many who say that, not only is the separation of Church & State not a truly legal concept, but it was never intended by God to be the true state of affairs in the United States.So, what is the separation...
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