On the anniversary of the day that our sacred Declaration of Independence was adopted by some very savvy and forward thinking individuals who had lived exclusively (and their ancestors before them) under the dictates of some guy that just happened to be a king, I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but WAKE THE **** UP AMERICA! It may already be too late when the globalists’ creation can even think to ask if this document matters anymore…
Matt Lauer tried to belittle and marginalize Dr. Ron Paul for some of his Constitutional views, but the good doctor wasn’t having any of it.
I want to legalize freedom; what’s so bad about that? What’s wrong with legalizing choices about your life, your liberty, and your religious values? What’s wrong with, like, legalizing the Constitution. I can defend everything I do by the Constitution, so why can you turn that around and say, ‘everything he is doing is nuts and crazy’.
With the amount of media-hyped news pablum that common-sense Americans have to wade through everyday, is it any wonder that a little known political doctrine based on resolutions from Thomas Jefferson and James Madison is only getting negative attention from the globally owned and fascist driven drive-by media? This article is one way to further that information and hopefully answer the overriding question that Americans have; that being “How do we stop the leviathon that the federal government has become?” One word; Nullification.
I urge my readers to watch the following two videos, check out the related website links, and make the decision for yourself as to whether you believe the Tenth Amendment Center has the key in the ‘Doctrine of Nullification’, and whether you are tired of being called an extremist for not wanting TSA to grope your children or the Fed to devalue your money.
Let’s all just watch American Idol while ceiling lights transmit internet data and smart appliances spy on their owners…yep, sounds crazy until you read the AP and NY Times’ reports. Ceiling lights in Minn. send coded Internet data G.E. Markets First ‘Smart Appliance’