The letter claims that federal programs funding food stamps, unemployment insurance, “public” education, and student loans are authorized by the preamble. The letter claims the preamble makes social welfare programs “the very purpose of constitutional government”. All these claims are false.
The word ‘citizen’ is used very often in the united states and throughout the world. In general terms, people seem to agree that the word describes an individual who resides in a particular country and who is entitled to the protection and other services provided by the government, generally in exchange for obeying the laws and pledging loyalty to the government. To be honest, I was surprised by the precise definition of the word by Dictionary.com and Merriam-Webster.com:
Is there a way to determine whether the authors of the Constitution were too ignorant to figure out how to add exceptions to an amendment?
Not one anti-independence legislator has ever agreed to debate the question of NH Independence. If they believe in their cause so strongly, why are they afraid to publicly defend their stance? The anti-liberty legislators knew that independence had a large amount of support among people and legislators. So, they utilized all the tools at their disposal to ensure that no legislators could vote in favor of the legislation, even if some of those methods are legally questionable.
We learned at the recent Committee hearing in NH on CACR 32 that the US Constitution does not allow for dissolution of our union of States for any reason and that it is not even empowered to do so. Pursuant to the discussion of whether our Founders and those who Read more…
Concord, New Hampshire – A Republican State Representative has filed a bill to clarify that drinking water should be considered a crime in New Hampshire because it violates the US Constitution.