To Save America, We Must Abolish the United States




The Christmas Conspiracy!
Federal Issues
The Courts and the Constitution

The 108th Congress should

  • encourage constitutional debate in the nation by engaging in constitutional debate in Congress, as was urged by the House Constitutional Caucus during the 104th Congress;
  • enact nothing without first consulting the Constitution for proper authority and then debating that question on the floors of the House and the Senate;
  • move toward restoring constitutional government by carefully returning power wrongly taken over the years from the states and the people; and
  • reject the nomination of judicial candidates who do not appreciate that the Constitution is a document of delegated, enumerated, and thus limited powers.

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Remembering the Constitution

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