Do you agree to disagree without being disagreeable?
How did you hear about TeaParty.org?
Email forward from Friend
Is President Trump keeping his campaign promises?
I DO Agree --For MANY Reasons, and BEFORE 11/6/12!
More POWER to Sheriff JOE!! -- He's now best Hope (perhaps the ONLY one, since the RNC has NO BACKBONE) -no hope for a felony conviction/Obama, pre-November. BUT if Obama IS ON BALLOT -- Heaven Help Us! -The ACORN & New Black Panther (Via Sosos' money) are certain to Steal Election... Buggered Ballot Counts, etc.,
PLEASE ENCOURAGE Sheriff Joe ... To HURRY!
--Earl Bage (r/w `page'), Lehigh Acres, FL (WWII Army Artillery Vet)
-- In God We Trust --
All “gun ban” “disqualified” that has been passed in 1968 to 1996 violates the rule of the law in the restriction clause: One Constitutional mandate is in ''Article One, Section Nine, Paragraph, 3., which states, ”No bill of attainder, or ex post facto law shall be passed.'' Several cases involving bills of attainder have been adjudicated. Two distinct meanings of the phrase 'bill of attainder' have been established, one being a bill of attainder proper, which is a law permitting the death of a person, without a trial.
The other aspect of a bill of attainder is related to the aspect of the ''doctrine of pains and penalties.'' This type of mandate virtually strips or “disqualified” a citizen of rights, outlawing him, confiscating his property, and denying 'due process' under the law. In the words of Frederic Bastia, bills of attainder are, ''laws that plunder, life, liberty and property.'' (See; ''The Law, Bastiat, Foundation for Economic Education, 1996.) Too many laws today violate the premise of liberal democracy, and fall into the destructive category of being acts of ‘legalism.’ The destructive force of legalism was recognized hundreds of years before America became a Republic. Gun ban and the 1968-1996 gun “ban” falls within this destructive force acts of “legalism” on the Bill of Rights.
In Cummings v. Missouri (1867), states "A bill of attainder, is a legislative act which inflicts punishment without judicial trial and includes any legislative act which takes away the life, liberty or property of a particular named or easily ascertainable person or group of persons because the legislature thinks them guilty of conduct which deserves punishment." (Cited in the USC, as defining cases.) This includes the despicable Lautenberg gun ban 1996. The growing corruption in the legislature, and judiciary reflect a trend to base all American law upon the tyranny of 'Legalism.' The right of private property for the people to retain property above the right of the government to take it without permission has been systematically stripped from American rights.
Yikes !!! Ocasio-Cortez: We Need A ‘Multigendered, Multigeographic’ United States
The United States of America needs to be “multigendered” and “multigeographic,” according to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), who endorsed fellow socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) at the “Bernie’s Back Rally” in New York on Saturday.
The freshman lawmaker and “Squad” member officially endorsed Sanders during a rally in Queensbridge Park in Long Island City, New York, on Saturday and called for more diversity in the U.S., arguing that it should not only be “multiracial” and “multigenerational” but “multigeographic” and “multigendered.”
“We need a United States that really, truly, and authentically is operated, owned, and decided by working – and all – people in the United States of America,” Ocasio-Cortez said to applause.
“That is what it – it is multiracial, multigendered, multigenerational, and multigeographic,” she said, failing to elaborate on what that specifically looks like.
“We have to come together, not ignoring our differences but listening to them, prioritizing them, understanding injustice,” she continued.
The socialist lawmaker also implied that rampant racism is still alive and well in the U.S., telling the crowd that it is essential to understand “that we operate in a context where slavery evolved into Jim Crow, evolved into mass incarceration, [and] evolved into the realities we have today.”