Tag Archive for Constitution

VIDEO: Aung San Suu Kyi’s Presidential Ambitions


Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi says that she won’t participate in 2015 elections if the constitution isn’t amended to allow her to run for president. Daniel Gelfer of Vrien & Partners tells WSJ’s Deborah Kan how the upcoming elections may affect foreign investment.

Citizens are Above Being Regulated


Reprinted from private sources: It is all our duty as citizens of this Republic to enforce the terms of the Constitution and Bill of Rights… It is the Citizens of the States that are above the Constitution in standing; it is our will that is expressed in the Constitution and Bill of Rights; all offices…

Over 1000 Green Berets Sign Letter Supporting Second Amendment


Reprinted from: InfoWars Military professionals agree second amendment is primarily a defense against government tyranny Paul Joseph Watson January 31, 2013 Over 1000 Green Berets have signed a letter re-asserting their oath to support and defend the Constitution by protecting the second amendment rights of American citizens. The letter, which originally featured at ProfessionalSoldiers.com, was…

Ex-Marine Brandon Raub Kidnapped by Police, FBI


Against his will, and for his exercise of his right to free speech, Brandon Raub, a 23 year old ex-marine, was taken into custody for posts made on his Facebook page.  Although some might not agree with Brandon’s wording, ideals, or how he expresses himself, you cannot argue with the fact that he has the…


Realistic solutions to spending, tax challenges LAKE JACKSON, Texas – The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign announced the release of Dr. Paul’s “Plan to Restore America,” an ambitious federal government spending, tax and reform blueprint that as President he will implement. The plan, authored by Paul’s campaign staff at his direction, promises to restore the…

How Some States Did Not Legally Ratify the 16th Amendment

Reprinted from GiveMeLiberty.com because it is that important. Bill Benson’s findings, published in “The Law That Never Was,” make a convincing case that the 16th amendment was not legally ratified and that Secretary of State Philander Knox was not merely in error, but committed fraud when he declared it ratified in February 1913. What follows…