Commencing in Oklahoma, the Tenth Amendment Movement has swept through the country in the past few years assuring that the Federal government abides by the Constitution and respects the sovereignty of the States.
Incorporated in the Second Amendment of the Constitution, the Right to Bear Arms is an essential component to the preservation of the Republic and the survival of liberty. Without a firm understanding in the principles of the Constitution efforts to combat the Leftest assault on personal liberty will be futile.
Following the shooting on January 8, 2011 in Tucson, Arizona, in which 22 year-old Jared Loughner opened fire outside a Safeway grocery store and killed six people and injured at least fifteen others, including US Representative Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), the forces that control or manage the jarring often violent events of the world in order to abolish liberty sprang into action.
Further curtailing the privacy rights of citizens and abrogating state control over the Internet, President Barack Obama and the Commerce Department plan to implement a new form of online identification, known as “Identity Ecosystem.”
Rather than extend or reform provisions of the USA Patriot Act, the sensiable Constitutional approach for Congress to do would be to repeal the law all together.
Internationalist neoconservatives are renewing calls for a North American Union, despite the concept's socialist roots.
Talks between the United States and Canada to form a trade and security perimeter around the two nations appear to be the latest steps aimed at creating a regional government known euphemistically as the North American Union.
The National Security Agency (NSA) is building huge new storage facilities to store unconstitutionally gained data on the American people's telephone calls and Internet traffic permanently, located in new buildings in suburban Salt Lake City, Utah and San Antonio, Texas.
The USA Patriot Act could be used to target law-abiding gun owners. Section 206 of the Act allows “John Doe” roving wiretaps, which authorize wide searches of people without even providing the name of the target to a court.