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Comment by Anthony Ibbott on October 30, 2014 at 10:13pm

The most important thing everyone needs to understand about America is the principle of inalienable rights.  This is probably the most misunderstood concept in the whole country!  Be sure to watch this series of short videos.

Comment by Jeff Noncent on October 27, 2014 at 5:36pm

lets keep the constitution alive

Comment by Marilyn Calkins on October 27, 2014 at 8:21am

Actually  robert (bob) stack -- 

It was unanimously approved on July 2nd

It was adopted/ratified by the continental congress on July 4th,

and signed primarily on August 2nd.

BUT.....we celebrate on July 4th

Comment by robert (bob) stack on October 27, 2014 at 7:57am

hey Nick leech get your facts straight.

the Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776 Does that date look familiar July 4.

The Constitution was signed Sept. 17 1787.

Comment by Jeff Noncent on October 27, 2014 at 12:51am

wow, wow, wow, that's all I can say to that

Comment by Nick Leech on October 26, 2014 at 9:51pm

There are THREE constitutions that we had that apply nationally.. The original Unites States Constitution was signed in 1776, the second United States Constitution was amended by the majority of the states to include a 13th amendment it was the nobility clause against King George. That turned up missing and that facts were destroyed when the King had our white house burnt to the ground which started a war the war of 1812...After the civil war a 13th amendment was added to cover up the missing original 13th amendment and replace it with the anti slavery amendment (done at gun point). The next constitution was created on top of the United States Constitution for the United States of America and they re worded it to say THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. They put it in all capital letters and switched the for to of...If you don't understands what this does to the constitution and America you better find out.. You lost in entire country and you freedom...Google it, for now watch this video here is the link:

Comment by Nick Leech on October 26, 2014 at 9:34pm

Did you know that if in your state you file any document with that government where as you filed it as a resident or where it only applies to residents of that state you are claiming that you are a legal alien or foreigner in that State..If you claim you are a resident of that State and you also claim that you are a UNITED STATES's Citizen you are no longer protected by that State's constitutional amendments but are only protected by the 14th amendment of the UNITED STATES which is nothing more then a list of privileges that you voluntarily given up you inalienable rights for? You see the UNITED STATES is a corporation located in a foreign country called Washington D.C. which is chartered in Purto Rico... When a State (capital letter S) ask you either in a document or in your person (legal fiction) if you are or were in the State, you can never be IN a state (small letter s) body of land, but you can be IN a State (capital S) as it exist on paper, you can be in a piece of paper, legal fiction.. Look and see on your State's government documents you will see it ask you only if you live in the State and only residents of the State can apply.. Like for you automobile's registration or drivers license...

Comment by al pambuena on October 26, 2014 at 9:12pm

and just think....none of those illegals that are just walking into this not even know what the constitution is...and will never care anything about it...because with amnesty....any responsibility to this country is limited to the next food stamps and welfare check.

Comment by Karol Hancock on October 26, 2014 at 2:33pm

According to "Find Law Citizenship"   Natural-born U.S. citizens may not have their citizenship revoked against their will, but may choose to renounce their citizenship on their own. - See more at:

Although rare, it is possible for a naturalized U.S. citizen to have his or her citizenship stripped through a process called "denaturalization." Former citizens who are denaturalized are subject to removal (deportation) from the United States. - See more at:

It also says something else that many in our government should pay attention to:

Refusal to Testify Before Congress: You may not refuse to testify before a U.S. congressional committee whose job it is to investigate your alleged involvement in subversive acts, such as those intended to harm U.S. officials or overthrow the U.S. government. This requirement to testify in order to maintain citizenship status expires after 10 years. - See more at:

I agree every citizen should know and understand what our Constitution actually says and the meaning.  When I was in elementary school we were taught US History starting with Columbus first landing.  My third and fourth grade years we studied US History up to the current year of 1952.   President Harry Truman(D) was president in 1952, Dwight Eisenhower(R) became president that year.  Due to the extent of corruption and Communism in the government, Ike won by a landslide.  As you can see the country was facing the same problems in 1952 with the democrats in office as we are today.  If you check historical facts you will find the problems of corruption and communism today extend a long way back in our history.  In 1979 Jimmy Carter(D) created the Department of Education, at which time the history curriculum for schools started changing.  I believe this is the reason we have so many uniformed voter's today.

Comment by June Gagnon on October 26, 2014 at 2:16pm

Natural-born US citizens cannot have their citizenship revoked; but, under the SOBARKA "regime" anything is possible.  That said, US citizens can "renounce" their citizenship and some have done so.  As to exile, I haven't done enough research on that issue to know if any US citizens have been "forced into exile".  I firmly believe "some of the traitors among us should be", or face the "other ultimate punishment"!



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New York's Green Light Law - Allows Illegal Aliens To Get Driver’s Licenses

New York passed a law to allow illegal immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses earlier this year but it was held up by challenges.

Now it is set to take effect this week.

In typical leftist fashion, supporters claim this is going to somehow make New York’s roads safer for everyone.

Could it really be about voting?

FOX News reports:

Illegal immigrants to be able to get driver’s licenses in NY after legal challenge fails.

Illegal immigrants in New York will able to obtain driver’s licenses starting next week after a last-minute legal challenge was dismissed — making it the 13th state to allow the practice, but one that critics say is unconstitutional.

The Green Light Law, signed by Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo earlier this year, allows anyone to apply for a driver’s license regardless of immigration status and does not require a Social Security number.

Illegal immigrants can use a combination of documents that include a valid passport from a foreign country and a valid foreign driver’s license, as long as it has been expired for less than two years.

“After waiting 18 years to have their right to drive restored, thanks to our legislature, New York can now officially join 12 other states in making driver’s licenses legally available to all residents,” New York Immigration Coalition Executive Director Steve Choi said in a statement this week, arguing that it will make roads safer and the economy stronger.

County clerks in New York have concerns and are sounding an alarm.

CBS News in Albany reports:

County clerks concerned by loopholes in Green Light law.

Undocumented immigrants now have the green light to get a driver’s license in New York…but several county clerks in the Capital Region are concerned.

Saratoga County Clerk Craig Hayner said, “We found that everything we were concerned about as far as fraud and all sorts of other things are in that bill, in that regulation and we’re very concerned.”

Hayner tells CBS6’s Lynsey Smith there are a few loopholes in the Green Light Law.

Loopholes, such as a person coming in to get their license and not having to provide their social security number.

“That could lead to criminals coming from other states, coming in and use that as a way to defraud by just simply saying they don’t have a social security number…and that’s a very dangerous loophole,” replied Hayner.

Does anyone believe this is going to make New York safer or that this is really about driving?

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