Provided that the Democrats don’t simply cut their losses and pull the plug on this impeachment clown show, it’s likely they’ll continue their demands for “new” witnesses. They’re touting polls that supposedly show majority support among the public for witnesses, although the polls don’t indicate whose witnesses–the President’s or Democrat House Managers’ witnesses. Are we talking Hunter Biden and the so-called sham whistleblower? We’d all like to hear from them.
Posted in Constitutional Rights, Corruption, Donald J. Trump, Impeachment, Media bias, Open Threads
Tagged Adam Schiff, Bill of Rights, due process, English Star Chamber, Hitler, Hunter Biden, Impeachment, invalid subpoenas, Michael Atkinson, open thread, right to confront witnesses, Roman law, Senate impeachment trial, Sixth Amendment, so-called whistleblower
Some states intend to “explore” ways to block those on terror watch lists from buying guns. Already, according to this story, the state of New Jersey blocks people on the list from purchasing guns, something which would seem to be unconstitutional. Consider the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution:
A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
Owning a gun is a Constitutional right, not just a privilege, like driving a car. In addition, the Constitution requires “due process”, which is not something that occurs when someone is added to terror watch lists by anonymous bureaucrats.
Posted in Black Lives Matter, Constitutional Rights, Government Policies, gun control, Ideology, Islamic Terrorism, National Policy, Open Threads, surveillance, Terrorism
Tagged beheadings, Bill of Rights, California, due process, First Amendment, gun control, Kelli Ann Burriesci, NCIC, no-fly list, Saudi Arabia, Second Amendment, Terrorism, terrorism watch lists, Trey Gowdy
© Miri WTPOTUS April 2, 2013
The United Nations has passed the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), with the support of the Obama administration, but without the support of Iran, North Korea, and Syria. Twenty-three countries abstained from the vote.
Posted in Government Policies, Ideology, Military, National Policy, Pending Legislation & Lawsuits
Tagged ammunition background check, Ammunition Control, ammunition purchaser registry, Ammunition registry, Amnesty International, Andrew Napolitano, Barack Hussein Obama II, Bill of Rights, Deformer, gun control, gun owner insurance, James M. Inhofe, Jamie Allman, Janet Napolitano, Jay Carney, Second Amendment, U.N. Arms Trade Treaty, United Nations
Posted by Bridgette
THEN PRove It!
Below are twenty easy questions to answer. So get out your quill, ink and paper and write the numbers 1-20. I bet you will do well. After all, we have been reviewing and talking about the Constitution and how most of the laws created by both the Democrats and Republicans either were constitutional or they weren’t; with a heavy emphasis on “they weren’t!”
Remember, NO cheating. That’s the Democrats way! Really, this is a piece of cake!
Posted in Government Policies, National Policy, Uncategorized
Tagged 1788, 1789, Amendment 18, Amendment 21, Article 22, Article I Section 7, Article IV, Bill of Rights, bribery, Coin money, Constitution, Constitution Quiz, Constitutional Republic, Creator, Declaration of Independence, Declare war, Education, Executive Order, Federal Reserve, Impeachment, Legislative Exectutive Judicial. Legislative powers, March 4, piracy counterfeiting, presidential term limit, Presidential veto power, Quiz, Sept 13, taxes, Treason, Treaty making power