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Colorado Action Patriots (CAPs)

All things pertaining to Colorado politics. Since Colorado has become a swing state and we are past most of the candidate selection, all national issues have been opened up to discussion on CAPs group discussions. The right is reserved to delete any post. But efforts will be made to avoid that from happening. 

Location: Colorado Springs
Members: 129
Latest Activity: Apr 7

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Comment by Cindy Lyons on April 7, 2014 at 6:43pm

http://youtu.be/UsfHscT7zxw

Article V: Reality vs. Myth

Published on Feb 8, 2014

The John Birch Society has opposed calls for a modern-day Constitutional Convention (con-con) for decades and seeks to work through Congress for Constitutional amendments rather than through a convention.

Many view a con-con as a quick way to pass amendments they think will stop the big-government juggernaut. Why would politicians suddenly start following an amended Constitution after ignoring and violating the current Constitution for so long?

The remedy so desperately needed to return our country to good government is to enforce the Constitution, not amend it. For more information about the dangers of calling a Constitutional Convention, visit The John Birch Society's action project - Choose Freedom: Stop a Con-Con.
http://jbs.org/issues-pages/no-con-con

 

Comment by Cindy Lyons on January 1, 2014 at 7:37pm

If you don't want to be removed from this group please send me an email. 

Comment by Cindy Lyons on November 30, 2013 at 3:06pm

I am a Mrs. Powell. An individual. Individualism was recognized by the Founders and by Nature and Nature's God. Mrs Powell is that lady who approached Benjamin Franklin and asked, "What form of government have you given us?" To that Franklin replied, "A Republic if YOU can keep it." 

From that point on the responsibility to keep the Republic fell onto each citizen. So whether anyone in this group responds to me or not I will still carry out the responsibility of keeping the Republic. Individualism is defined as "a social theory favoring freedom of action for individuals over collective or state control." Google definition?


Comment by Cindy Lyons on October 23, 2013 at 2:36am

Well I guess you can't post if you are NOT active on TPN if you are not active... ha ha ha! 

Comment by Cindy Lyons on September 13, 2013 at 7:48pm

Wow... this is the most dead group ever. You guys have to give me some idea you are even read this group. If anything go read Publius Huldah'sThe Constitution Study Group. Post if you are active on TPN?

Comment by Cindy Lyons on August 12, 2013 at 5:26pm

Do you plan on reading Mark Levin new book? Would you like to hear from someone who may disagree with him? We'll she's on this site. Who is she? She's Publius Huldah. She will be writing formal papers to refute some of Levin's positions. How cool is that? Join the Constitution Study Group: http://www.teapartynation.com/group/constitutionstudygroup

Comment by Cindy Lyons on April 16, 2013 at 1:17pm

Thanks for the effort Darron. 

Comment by Darron on April 16, 2013 at 8:03am

I'll make a plan test message since I did not design the flyer and have run out of idea on to convert. thanks and stay tuned.

Comment by Cindy Lyons on April 15, 2013 at 11:48pm

No it says I'll have to choose to add a QuickTime Component and I haven't a clue as to which one to choose.

QuickTime Components

Welcome to the QuickTime third-party component page. With QuickTime’s open architecture, third-party developers can create components, or plug-ins to QuickTime. These third-party components expand the functionality of QuickTime, allowing QuickTime to play additional media types. If you encounter media that requires the installation of a third-party QuickTime component, please follow the link below to the third-party developer’s web site to see if it is available for download.  http://www.apple.com/quicktime/resources/components.html

Comment by Cindy Lyons on April 15, 2013 at 11:45pm

http://www.apple.com/quicktime/resources/components.html?os=OSX&...

No it says I'll have to choose to add a QuickTime Component:

QuickTime Components

Welcome to the QuickTime third-party component page. With QuickTime’s open architecture, third-party developers can create components, or plug-ins to QuickTime. These third-party components expand the functionality of QuickTime, allowing QuickTime to play additional media types. If you encounter media that requires the installation of a third-party QuickTime component, please follow the link below to the third-party developer’s web site to see if it is available for download.

 
 
 

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