U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will step down this year, he said in an interview with the New Yorker’s Jeffrey Toobin in the magazine’s Feb. 17 edition.
In a feature article, Mr. Holder said he plans on staying in his position “well into” the year.
Last November, Mr. Holder, the first black attorney general, told CBS News he didn’t have “any plans” to step down.
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I’m seeing a lot of “Hillary 2016″ stickers around lately, as if she already has it in the bag, as if she’s a shoo-in. Things like this:
Besides the fact that it looks like classic fascist propaganda, and besides the fact that for some strange reason (<– sarcasm) we always seem to come back around to placing a Bush or a Clinton in a top leadership position in this country, the idea of Hillary Clinton actually becoming president in a few years is truly horrifying.
There are so many reasons I could list, but for starters let’s go with something basic like…her sense of humor. I know, sounds ridiculous right?
Bear with me for a sec.
While Obama’s personal US Attorney General Eric Holder continues with his latest assault on US States’ laws and Constitutional rights–he’s decided gay marriages must be recognized in all States…regardless of what States’ laws contain–his partner in multiple crimes, Obama and his syndicate, has come up with the new Democrat talking points which extol poverty and lack of work and/or work hours; but, only for the “masses.”
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” –Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
Recently, I was invited on the Sons of Liberty Radio broadcast to discuss the Tenth Amendment and the authority of the States to nullify unconstitutional laws. The following is a summary of my comments. I have learned a great deal from our constitutional scholar Publius Huldah, for which I am grateful. Many of the things mentioned I have been taught through her writings.
The States are their own sovereign country, an ideology largely lost after the tyranny of Abraham Lincoln and the War of Northern Aggression (and if there are those out there that think I’m blowing smoke, I would encourage them to read Jefferson Davis’ Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government.) The states created the federal government, not the other way around and as such, it is the creature and the subordinate to the states.
You know, because right-wing terror plots abound.
Via Media Trackers:
Documents from an Ohio National Guard (ONG) training drill conducted last January reveal the details of a mock disaster where Second Amendment supporters with “anti-government” opinions were portrayed as domestic terrorists.
The ONG 52nd Civil Support Team training scenario involved a plot from local school district employees to use biological weapons in order to advance their beliefs about “protecting Gun Rights and Second Amendment rights.”
Portsmouth Chief of Police Bill Raisin told NBC 3 WSAZ-TV in Huntington, West Virginia that the drill accurately represented “the reality of the world we live in,” adding that such training “helps us all be prepared.”
Internal ONG documents provided to Media Trackers after repeated delays provide further context to what WSAZ-TV reported last winter.
In the disaster-preparedness scenario, two Portsmouth Junior High School employees poisoned school lunches with mustard gas, acting on orders from white-nationalist leader William Pierce.
The ONG team discovered biological weapons being produced in the school, requiring activation of containment and decontamination procedures.
Participants in the disaster drill located documents expressing the school employees’ “anti-government” sentiments, as well as a note identifying Pierce as the fictional right-wing terrorists’ leader.
Sadly, his pledge to use his pen to implement laws and polices without the consent of Congress not only received thunderous applause from representatives of the president’s party, some representatives have even pledged to help Obama get around Congress by providing him with ideas for executive orders. The Constitution’s authors would be horrified to see legislators actively adding and abetting a president taking power away from the legislature.