Category Archive: Constitution

Dec 12

The only solution to Washington tyranny: Restore state sovereignty

Restoring state sovereignty Don Hank The San Bernardino terror and the ease with which two jihadi killers entered and took up permanent residence in the US show that the US is putting US citizens in harm’s way. Look, Folks, the solution is right in front of us and its name is state sovereignty. Large central governments …

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Feb 10

A day of reckoning is coming

by Don Hank A recent article by Bob Unruh in WND shows how states are fighting back against federal encroachment – in the case in question, by declaring themselves unwilling to comply with federal detention orders under NDAA. This quiet revolution is merely an extension of other local and state muscle flexing, such as the …

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Apr 28

Is the fake birth certificate REALLY my fault?

It’s all my fault the birth certificate is fake. At least that’s what my critics apparently think. by Don Hank Yesterday I told my friends to hold off on sending me emails because I have a big project to deal with. But as usual, something gigantic happened in the news: Obama revealed his “birth certificate,” …

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Sep 25

Administration’s inaction criminal and impeachable

Constitution: Obama guilty of treason, must be impeached By Don Hank I recently published a column on the gradual seizure of ranches in Arizona by Mexican cartels with the tacit consent of the current administration. I need to clarify that any person in a position such that he/she can be reasonably expected to be protecting …

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Sep 25

Cartel seizing US assets, with tacit consent of US government

by Don Hank Today I sent out the following link to a report showing how one American ranch and its occupants (one of many) were physically threatened by dangerous criminals due to inaction on the part of the Obama government – inaction that, if it occurred on a local level, would immediately be seen as …

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Aug 23

Revolution USA, repeat history with a twist

by Don Hank A look back at the French revolution reveals many surprising commonalities with today’s situation in America. Yet, if the Tea Party Revolution succeeds, it will not be due to a revolutionary mindset as best described by Olavo de Carvalho (my review; full text). It will be the opposite, but with a similar …

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Aug 11

Is “gay marriage” a historical imperative?

by Don Hank According to expert testimony before the House in 1963, the 26th of the “Current Communist Goals” was: 26. Present homosexuality, degeneracy and promiscuity as “normal, natural, healthy.” My recent response to the court decision by a homosexual judge in California supposedly making any ban on “gay marriage” unconstitutional received a deluge of …

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Aug 05

Challenging the redefiners and their enablers

by John Haskins In addition to challenging the redefinition, as Don Hank suggests, we have to challenge the redefiners themselves, especially the ones on “Our Side.”  We have to identify relentlessly — and as fiercely as Jesus would — the spirit of lazy, sloppy smug, unconscious capitulation.  There is a tragic underlying cause behind this decades-long, …

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Jul 14

Obama lawsuit against Arizona not based on law

Obama’s lawsuit against AZ is not based on law Don Hank As a legal/technical translator, I have read and translated my share of legal briefs. The lawsuit brought by the Obama administration against AZ is by far the lamest, most juvenile brief I have read in my nearly 40 years of exposure to such texts. …

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Jul 14

Obama headed for Constitutional crisis?

The Obama administration has slapped a new moratorium on offshore drilling. What part of the Supreme Court decision deferring such a ban doesn’t the Obama administration understand? Wait, the lawsuit against Arizona proves Obama doesn’t like the way the founders set up our government, with states having rights not assigned to the feds. So apparently he …

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