Arizona calls first National Convention of States in 150 years

Arizona calls first National Convention of States in 150 years

By Rob Natelson / Heartland Institute Americans finally have a real chance to “clean up the mess in Washington.” That’s the implication of the news that the Arizona legislature has called the first national “convention of states” in over 150 years. The conclave will meet in Phoenix on September 12. Its purpose is to plan […]

U.S. intelligence pushes to reshape constitutional privacy

U.S. intelligence pushes to reshape constitutional privacy

From Technocracy News Technocrats have no use for privacy when it comes to social engineering, thus proving that U.S. Intel has gone rogue and is being run by Technocrats for Technocrats. ⁃ TN Editor Yahoo Inc’s secret scanning of customer emails at the behest of a U.S. spy agency is part of a growing push by […]

How trade deals damage our Constitution

How trade deals damage our Constitution

Economy in crisis – By signing the agreement with the World Trade Organization, the U.S. President and Congress agreed to concede a major portion of our Constitution in favor of the WTO’s constitution and relinquish our sovereignty and usurp our democratic legislative process, including: Conforming U.S. laws, regulations and administrative procedures to the will of […]

Federal Judge says he sees ‘no value’ in studying the Constitution

Federal Judge says he sees ‘no value’ in studying the Constitution

By Sam Rolley / Personal Liberty Digest If you pay attention to conservative issues at all, you know that often the only thing standing in the way of a total progressive reformation of American law is the Constitution. And as American liberals become increasingly frustrated by constitutional roadblocks to their efforts to ban firearms and […]

Scalia’s death makes 2016 about gun control

Scalia’s death makes 2016 about gun control

By Sam Rolley / Personal Liberty Digest Following the unexpected passing of staunchly conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia over the weekend, 2nd Amendment groups are fretting that they’ve lost a major ally in fighting unconstitutional anti-firearm policies. Scalia, since writing his opinion in the landmark 2008 District of Columbia v Heller case, has been […]