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The Bundy Siege: Federal Imperialism & State Sovereignty

Started Apr 10 0 Replies

The Bureau of Land Management’s imperious siege of the Bundy Ranch in Nevada compels me to re-publish this post. I ask readers to carefully research this issue and to decide for yourselves whether or…Continue

Obama: "I Didn't Set a Red Line."

Started Sep 4, 2013 0 Replies

Obama: "I Didn't Set a Red Line."First Nancy Pelosi  at a press conference yesterday,  and  now Obama at a press…Continue

Is Patriotism Alone Enough?

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 Of late, there's been much more talk on conservative blogs about uniting and moving…Continue

Is it too Late to Restore Constitutional Order?

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Though the first sentence in Article II of the Constitution provides that “ executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America”, none of the Framers or Ratifiers at any…Continue

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Jim Delaney commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Yes, the declaration was, for all intents and purposes, a notice of default. The remedy, of course, was secession. It worked. Another efficacious way for the States to successfully resist federal overreach is to simply nullify any and all…"
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Jim Delaney commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"You're right, Mangus. But the constitutional remedies to a violated contract are either nullification or formal withdrawal from that contract. A violated contract ceases to be a contract and the violated party need not and should not accept a…"
Oct 12
Jim Delaney commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Mangus, with respect to characterizing the Constitution, I didn't arbitrarily adopt  the term contract or compact out of thin air. Founders also used the terms quite liberally, especially "compact", which is, of course, a…"
Oct 11
Jim Delaney commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Chas, Between the word "area" and "sovereign" in my reply to you below, enter the word "not". Sorry."
Oct 11
Jim Delaney commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Mangus, If the Constitution is a rule book and not a contract, then it is a living document that can be manipulated through interpretation. The Constitution is a contract/compact, and therefore cannot be altered so easily. In the case of the…"
Oct 11
Jim Delaney commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Chas, We're probably more in agreement than disagreement, but you still labor under the mistaken notion that the States, by original design and intent, are sovereign, and beholden to the whole only to the extent that they have granted the…"
Oct 11
Jim Delaney commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Chas, You're missing so much. "Perpetual" means just that, but only to the extent that any contract is perpetual, i.e. so long as the needs of parties to that contract are properly and fully met, and that all parties faithfully…"
Oct 10
Ernest E Lane commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Frankly, the government should get out of the marriage business altogether.  I don't have any problems with civil unions, but marriage should be between one man and one woman. My solution:  governments at all levels should scrub…"
Oct 10
Jim Delaney commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Chas, Yes sir. That's exactly what I'm saying the framers and ratifiers intended. I wrote a book on it and carefully researched the entire issue. The States were/are sovereign and were very particular about what specific powers they would…"
Oct 9
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Frank Chance Chenoweth commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Many churches are quite wealthy, Mangus.  So that would appear to be greed on their part. --Frank Nitty (Franki Lane)"
Oct 9
Jim Delaney commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Defining marriage is, per original  intent, a residual power of the States. Period. Like so many other powers, this authority, while not explicitly enumerated as a State power in the 9th and 10th Amendments, is not specifically delegated to the…"
Oct 9
Shamil commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"The character and image of God are being attacked. Husbands and wives acting together in unity portray the unity of the Trinity. Because females and males together complete the physical expression of God's image in humanity, Satan is promoting…"
Oct 9
Frank Chance Chenoweth commented on Jim Delaney's blog post Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary
"Chas,      I would be amazed if any states followed through on this, even the Red ones.  Look at Utah--their governor has caved on the Gay Marriage issue already.  Frank Nitty"
Oct 9

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Utah Governor Bows to Federal Judiciary

Posted on October 8, 2014 at 7:40pm 31 Comments

In response to the Supreme Court's deferral to a lower court's decision to override Utah's ban against gay marriages, Utah Governor Gary Herbert announced his intention today to "uphold the rule of law" by permitting gay marriages in Utah.


While he…
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Pastoral Perfidy

Posted on August 27, 2014 at 9:30am 0 Comments



In a recent 2-year study by George Barna, it was found that while nearly 90% of all American pastors believe that the Bible provides specific answers to the myriad issues challenging us today, only 10% say they will address those issues from the pulpit.

According to the study, the reason so many refuse to openly address these issues from the pulpit is to avoid "controversy", thus ensuring a "successful church".

Wow!

In the study, the vast majority of pastors said…

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At 8:53am on July 28, 2012, David A. Bullock said…

Jim - Please allow me to share with you this link to read my ENTIRE book FREE at DECISION 2012 - A Citizen's Guide

At 8:33am on December 19, 2011, David Lawrence said…

No big deal.  Did two years for tax evasion.

 

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