Now, in what is sure to be a growing trend across the entire country, New York gun owners are organizing a resistance against what many believe to be the most, “brazen infringement on the right to keep and bear arms anywhere in the nation,” according to The New American:
Written by Lawrence Sellin @ the New York Daily Sun –
The thoroughly irresponsible
rate of government spending projected over the next twenty-five years
will drive federal debt to unsustainable levels. The country is heading for a
financial meltdown and economic ruin.
The Republican Party is inept and
impotent and cannot provide the necessary political opposition to the crimes and unconstitutional policies of the Obama regime or stand
against the rampant voter fraud which is now polluting the electoral process.
There is a report claiming that the Republican Party signed a legal
agreement with the Democrat Party in 1982 not to pursue suspected vote fraud.
If there is no guarantee of election integrity, then elections become only window
dressing for tyranny.
Barack Obama is an illegal President and unindicted felon. Congress, the American media and the
courts are engaged in a criminal conspiracy to conceal their complicity in
perpetrating the Obama fraud on the American people. Law enforcement and our
elected officials have chosen to risk the survival of the country rather than
risk the truth.
Wasn’t Obama a Constitutional law professor or something?
(CNSNews.com) – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled today that if the word “the” in the U.S. Constitution carries its customary meaning—which the court forcefully affirmed it does—then President Barack Obama violated the Constitution and usurped power from Congress by appointing persons to federal office without securing the constitutionally required consent of the Senate.
On Jan. 4, 2012, Obama unilaterally named three people to the National Labor Relations Board (NRLB). The Senate—by a unanimous agreement of all 100 senators—had said that it was in fact still in session that day and not in the recess.
Yet despite the Senate’s unanimous declaration that it was in session, Obama unilaterally determined the Senate was in fact in “recess” on Jan. 4, 2012 and that he could therefore use the Constitution’s recess appointment power to directly appoint his three choices to the five-member National Labor Relations Board, thus denying the Senate its constitutional power to confirm or reject them.
Obama’s action was challenged in federal court by Noel Canning, a Pepsi distributor. The company argued that when the NRLB ruled against it in a dispute decided in February 2012, the board did not have its legally-required quorum of three members because Obama’s three recess appointments were not constitutional.