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States Again Yield Sovereignty to Federal Judiciary

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Delaney Aug 20. 6 Replies

To protest yet another round of invasive, heavy-handed "climate warming" regulations, fifteen States are suing the feds in FEDERAL court. Huh? Does anyone see something terribly flawed with that…Continue

Tags: Nullify, EPA, Amendment, 10th

Judicial Tyranny MUST be Resisted

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Waller Aug 29. 17 Replies

Our Founders shaped a remedy for judicial tyranny, and we ignore it at our peril.Entirely…Continue

Charleston: A Beacon of Civility

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Wiant Jun 22. 2 Replies

When the awful news of the Charleston massacre was televised, I immediately contacted my nephew, a fellow New Yorker, who has a winter home in the heart of Charleston.Having visited Charleston, the…Continue

Tags: Flag, Confederate, Massacre, Church, Charleston

Mark Levin's Take on the Uranium One Scandal

Started this discussion. Last reply by rob mckinney Apr 27. 26 Replies

Mark Levin has an intriguing opinion as to why the New York Times may have showcased a story on the Clinton Foundation pay-for-play "Uranium One" scandal.Since no fewer than seven Cabinet secretaries…Continue

Tags: NY, Times, Scandal, Hillary, One

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joseph C Avila commented on Jim Delaney's blog post "Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law
"First, Bill O'Reilly is a "pinhead". Second there is no need to repeal the born in the United States citizenship thing. If your born here you are a U.S, citizen, but that does not mean that give your parents the right to stay here.…"
Aug 23
Philip R. Tripp commented on Jim Delaney's blog post "Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law
"Well done! I hope you don't mind if I try to educate a few people with your research. Wish me luck! The truth is the anathema of liberals/progressives/socialists"
Aug 23
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"Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law

We’ve all heard the stats: currently, only the United States grants birthright citizenship to illegal aliens and 8% of babies born in the US are so-called “anchor babies” born of illegal aliens. In and of itself, this doesn’t constitute a crisis, but, for many of us, it does illustrate how far we’ve strayed from the Constitution. Like all babies, “anchor babies” too are sweet and cuddly, and deserving of mother’s love and society’s protection. But automatically conferring citizenship on babies…See More
Aug 23
John Knight commented on Jim Delaney's blog post "Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law
"" In the case of "birthright citizenship", Congress is constitutionally empowered to re-assert the original meaning of the the 14th Amendment, and that's precisely what it should do." And precisely what Trump will do, and…"
Aug 22
John Knight commented on Jim Delaney's blog post "Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law
"This is an excellent historical set of FACTS. The one man who single handedly turned it on its HEAD was Justice Douglass who coined the phrase "discrimination against" and after almost a century after the a14th Amendment was ratified,…"
Aug 22
John Knight commented on Jim Delaney's blog post "Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law
"I disagree with your interpretation of the phrase ‘subject to the jurisdiction thereof'. The first rule of statutory construction is that we don’t look to the drafters’ intent if the words are plain and unambiguous…If…"
Aug 22
Barbara Jean Puszert commented on Jim Delaney's blog post "Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law
"Well, seems someone finally READ the 14th amendment so hopefully they will carry it through to it's final conclusion. NO anchor babies  and family and extended family and distant cousins etc, etc. NOW if someone would read the first…"
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Dave3200 commented on Jim Delaney's blog post "Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law
"@Jim Delaney: This is a terrific piece of work. Thank you for all of the time you put into researching it.  As with certain other parts of our Constitution, the Fourteenth has been bastardized to the convenience of our lawmakers from time to…"
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Thomas Nunn commented on Jim Delaney's blog post "Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law
"“Jurisdiction”, Can the US Government "legally" deport a "Natural born Citizen" and the "Family"??? Can the US Government "Legally" deport an "Illegal Immigrant" and the…"
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"Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law

Posted on August 20, 2015 at 12:30pm 20 Comments

We’ve all heard the stats: currently, only the United States grants birthright citizenship to illegal aliens and 8% of babies born in the US are so-called “anchor babies” born of illegal aliens. In and of itself, this doesn’t constitute a crisis, but,…
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"Birthright Citizenship": Politics v Rule of Law

Posted on March 28, 2015 at 11:03pm 42 Comments

In 2010, and after much research, I wrote two posts regarding the practice of birthright citizenship which has again taken center stage in the Senate. Given Sen. Vitter's introduction of the "Birthright Citizenship Act" which would end the practice, I honestly believe this…

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Hillary: As Ruthless and Lawless as Obama

Posted on March 28, 2015 at 9:00pm 1 Comment

Oh, the webs we weave and the innocents we scar, maim and kill.


And Black Widow Hillary has constructed one helluva web of deceit, lies and perfidy--probably no less odious and intricate than the forest of webs weaved by most other entitled elites…
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Birthright Citizenship: Politics vs Rule of Law

Posted on March 13, 2015 at 10:43pm 10 Comments

In 2010, and after much research, I wrote two posts regarding the practice of birthright citizenship which has again taken center stage in the Senate. GIven Sen. Vitter's introduction of the "Birthright Citizenship Act" which would end the practice, I honestly believe this post is especially useful to clear-eyed readers among us. (Caution: If you're an open-border and birthright citizenship advocate, you'd best keep your blinders on. The facts may be too painful to bear.) Here is the…

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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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