Interest in our system for electing the President of the United States is high. I actually understand why voters feel disenfranchised by the Electoral College as it is presently constituted within 48 states, but the media and political party “powerful” aren’t explaining how the system works, why it was designed as it was. Instead, many people are working to circumvent or abolish it altogether. Read full articleWhat’s Wrong With the Electoral College?
This article is part of an ongoing series about the concept of nullification by states; the idea that individual states can declare a federal law or regulation unconstitutional, and therefore, refuse to implement it. See the bottom of this article for a complete list of series’ articles. This article explores the second reason why I […]
“Laws are made for men of ordinary understanding, and should, therefore, be construed by the ordinary rules of common sense. Their meaning is not to be sought for in metaphysical subtleties, which may make anything mean nothing or everything, at pleasure.” Many people are seeking solutions to rein in the growth of government, most particularly […]
Join an outstanding line-up of guests for an evening all about State Sovereignty! TONIGHT 6:00PM – 8:00PM CST Rule of Law Radio Network – click *HERE* to listen live online I’ll be sitting in for Kaye Beach on the Axxiom for Liberty show tonight. Election Euphoria? Or the Beginning of the Beginning? Although the election […]