There is no constitutional right to vote. Argue all you want, but it’s a simple fact. To understand this, we need to set aside everything we were taught in public schools using a curriculum that is put in place by the unconstitutional Department of Education. It’s not in the government’s best interest to teach you how to limit the government, so very little is taught about the Constitution any longer. There are two types of rights and we can’t get them confused. There are natural rights, those that are God given, many of which the Founding Fathers enumerated in the Constitution and Bill of Rights, such as the right to bear arms. Then there are legal rights, which are those granted by government, so they really aren’t rights at all, since the government can take them away just as easily as they granted them.
The right to vote is a…
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You just might be a Democrat if…
You support a boycott of Israel, but can’t find it on a map.
You’re an A-list movie star who takes time off promoting your new shoot-em-up action movie to speak out for more gun control.
You’ve never been audited by the IRS.
You’re a frequent traveler who has visited 57 states.
You think the rainstorm that ruined your car wash was Bush’s fault.
You call Republicans racists while sending your own kids to private school.
You think Lois Lerner is that gal who pals around with Superman.
You look like Obama when you throw a baseball.
You like the way Obama looks when he throws a baseball.
You hate all Christians, but just love the new Pope.
Your husband wears a dress and you think he’s hot.
Your son wears a dress and you think he’s hot.
You won’t wear a dress, because…
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“Constitution” = a business contract = an equity contract = a commercial contract by Judge Anna von Reitz
On Oct 13, 2014, at 10:31 PM, Anna von Reitz <email@example.com> wrote:
Got my She-Bear on after listening long enough to Mr. Wolfgram. He backed off and asked some decent things in decent words, so I replied. It is an explanation that might help with military personnel — something they might understand better.
The word “constitution” applies to a whole range of contracts involving indebtedness—-in this case, the debt the States incurred when they mutually contracted for services from the new federal company they created. Look up the word “constitution” in any legal dictionary. That would be a real good place for any “constitutional scholar” to start. There are “constitutions” all over the planet—- they all revolve around indebtedness. That’s why it was called a “Constitution”— It’s a business contract—- an equity contract—-a commercial contract, nothing more or less, split into two distinct parts—- a public trust indenture and a…
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The television and radio were my connections to the world around me. Of course, back then, we had 4 TV channels, counting PBS, and all of our radio stations were on the AM frequency.
My illness isolated me from the potential perils of the outside world.
What is the President’s excuse?
Our current president of these United States, Barack Hussein Obama (mm mmm mmmm), rode into office on his second term, making a lot of bogus promises, which low information voters lapped up like a dog at a rain puddle.
Unfortunately for ol’ Scooter, since he was sworn in for this, his “Lame Duck” Term in office, things has not exactly gone his way.
Obama has been hit with bad news concerning scandal after…
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Beck Blasts Samantha Power’s Tweet And shows disgust towards Israel Apartheid Week.
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Glenn Beck skewered the GOP while delivering the keynote address at a local Texas GOP’s Reagan Day dinner, contending the Republican Party hasn’t demonstrated through action that it actually believes the principles it espouses.
“If you believe in something, show me the action,” Beck said at the Saturday night event. “In Washington they are not showing us the action.”
The political commentator and radio host referenced a long list of steps he said the GOP would take if they “really believed in the things that they are trying to tell us they believe in.”
“If the GOP actually believed these things, then there would be a special prosecutor appointed right now to investigate the IRS,” he said. “If the GOP actually believed in the Constitution, there would be a special prosecutor for the NSA and a special prosecutor for the reporters that have been…
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Breaking -> United State’s New Hero ~ Vladimir Putin: Russia Issues International Arrest Warrant For Rothschild Henchman & Leftist Savior George Soros!
Vladimir Putin, now in full control of Russia as Prime Minister, wishes to build a strong Christian nation. In a televised Christmas message on January 7 2008 Putin said:
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by Charles Cooper
The Constitution is the greatest protector of rights ever penned by man’s hands. Simply by being a written Constitution, the document professes to be a touch-stone of liberty. Like a rule book, if you want to know if someone is cheating in the game of government, you simply read the rule book. Further, the genius that the American Founders invested into the U.S. Constitution becomes more and more apparent the closer it is scrutinized. The executive is the only nationally elected office, the Senate originally represented the states, and the House represents the communities within the states. Each level of the American experience is represented in our national government. The staggered elections of two, four, and six years keep emotion from seeping into the machinery too quickly. The list of wonderful mechanisms literally goes on and on: checks and balances, federalism, the amendment process, etc.
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