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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

This one is going to make you very angry. Criminal Cops AGAIN!

There is nothing worse on this planet than rogue and out of control Cops.
This is clear evidence of police state tactics and wrong headed training.

http://www.usobserver.com/archive/april-10/blm-ranger-uses-excessive-force.html

http://www.newswithviews.com/Snook/edward102.htm

If this doesn't make you very angry there is something wrong with your soul.

What would be the difference between what these two "cops" did and any common criminal trying to rob and kidnap their victims?  They refused to identify themselves as having any authority and proceeded to brutalize their victims in the most horrible ways.

You had better have a long talk with your local County Sheriff, and if that doesn't work throw the bum out and replace him with a good Constitutional Sheriff, or you might be the next victim.
Paul Stramer

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McDONALD v. CHICAGO: THE GREAT MISUNDERSTANDING OF STATE SOVEREIGNTY

By Timothy N. Baldwin, JD.

June 30, 2010
NewsWithViews.com
http://www.newswithviews.com/Timothy/baldwin144.htm

and http://www.newswithviews.com/Timothy/baldwin145.htm

One of my highly-esteemed colleagues, Wilton Strickland, who is an author, columnist, attorney in Florida and Montana, magna cum laude graduate of the college of William and Mary law school and a fond friend of liberty accurately described a major problem in America relative to restoring freedom in the States in his recently-released article entitled, Staying Away from the Federal Courthouse. In this article, Strickland rightly identifies as a serious error in political judgment our using the federal government to enforce “freedom” against the States, as though freedom can long exist at the elimination of state sovereignty. The supposed “victory” in the recently-decided McDonald v. Chicago case goes to the core of this issue and illustrates, yet again, that the U.S. Constitution operates to eliminate state sovereignty and to cement federal supremacy, the dreadful results of which we see more keenly and feel more obviously every day.


In this case, the U.S. Supreme Court opined that the fourteenth amendment (which was ratified only three years after the War Between the States under not-so-favorable conditions of the Southern states and which supposedly created national citizenship for all citizens of the States) nationalizes the second amendment such that all the States are bound to the federal government’s enforcement of those limitations. In other words, the federal government was supposedly given the power to ensure that all the States not deprive their citizens the “privileges and immunities” of the constitution. In essence, the States would have no sovereignty regarding this subject matter to the extent the federal government denies them permission, or any other matter that the federal government deemed “incorporated” into the federal constitution through the fourteenth amendment. This political application is a serious error and its consequences contradict the meaning and purpose of creating a federation of states and of separating state and federal powers. Literally speaking, there is no way that we can “get back to the constitution” where the application of the fourteenth amendment exists in this manner, not to mention the myriad of other reasons we will never “get back to the constitution.”

Read More:  http://www.newswithviews.com/Timothy/baldwin144.htm

and http://www.newswithviews.com/Timothy/baldwin145.htm

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In this article Tim Baldwin shows an understanding far beyond the norm of the history of the Constitution and the ramifications of State Sovereignty and the 14th Amendment.  This understanding is critical to the future of our Country.  One must understand the change from a federation of Sovereign States to a supposed Nation in order to understand our current crisis.
For more on the 14th Amendment read: http://www.paulstramer.net/2010/06/dirty-uncle-sam-14th.html
and: http://www.paulstramer.net/2010/03/red-amendment-how-your-freedom-was.html

The Military Can Waste Money Too - Ron Paul

Wednesday, June 30, 2010 – by Dr. Ron Paul

This past week various news events once again made it abundantly clear that our foreign policy is an abject failure. Unfortunately, in spite of this the administration is determined to stay on this destructive course, despite any past promises to change it. For Afghanistan especially, if ever there was an opportunity to admit shortcomings and change strategies along with leaders, this past week was it.


There really is nothing for us to win in Afghanistan. Our mission has morphed from apprehending those who attacked us, to apprehending those who threaten or dislike us for invading their country, to remaking an entire political system and even a culture. I remain highly skeptical that, as foreign occupiers, we can ever impose western-style democracy on another country. Our troops have debilitating restrictions on defending themselves against enemies, which are so often indistinguishable from civilians. They also face dire setbacks in winning hearts and minds when innocents are mistakenly harmed, which happens all the time. We can never make friends this way; the tactic never works.
This is an expensive, bloody, endless exercise in futility.

Read more:  http://www.thedailybell.com/1173/Ron-Paul-The-Military-Can-Waste-Money-Too.html