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Our Right To Bear Arms Is A God Given Individual Right

on November 22nd, 2012 in Articles, Know Your Rights by | No Comments

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From the very creation of the Commonwealth/State of Pennsylvania on September 28, 1776, the age old, God given right of an individual to bear arms in defense, at a minimum, of himself, his family, his property, his business, his contracts and his State has been protected, secured and guaranteed by…

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The True Cost of a “Permit” or “License” Is Almost Always Freedom and Liberty

on September 26th, 2012 in Articles, Uncategorized by | 1 Comment

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When someone questions the requirement to obtain a permit or a license, many people say: “Why  not just get the permit (or license) and do what those in government tell you to do.” or “Work within the system.”  In other words, “Go along to get along” or “You can’t fight…

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There Is No Such Thing As “Case Law”

on September 18th, 2012 in Articles by | No Comments

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By William Taylor Reil The Founding Fathers who wrote the founding documents of both the States and the United States of America knew nothing of “case law”.  They were well-educated men and were learned in the law. Almost all were also devout Christians.  Until after the War Between the States…

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A “Permit” to Carry Is Not Required?

on September 18th, 2012 in Articles by | 1 Comment

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It is unconstitutional to require and/or issue a “permit” to carry a concealed weapon! Question: Generally, does a Citizen need a “Permit” or a “License” to exercise a constitutionally protected, secured and guaranteed Right? First consider the definitions of the words: “Permit” and “License” found in Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth…

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American Jurisprudence: Constitutional Law

on September 18th, 2012 in Articles by | No Comments

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16. Am, Jur 2d Sections 58 and 59, plus Section 52 2.  State Constitutions [Sections 58 and 59] A state constitution is the supreme written will of the people of a state regarding the framework for their government and is subject only to the limitations found in the Federal Constitution….

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Abolishing the 10th Amendment?

on September 18th, 2012 in Articles by | No Comments

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Certain Lawyers and Judges Played an Essential Role in the Destruction of Our Lawful Government! “It is appropriate that the Centennial observance of the Conference coincides with the bicentennial of the Bill of Rights. The concluding article of the Bill of Rights, the Tenth Amendment, epitomizes the federal system the…

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The True Meaning of the “Commerce Clause”

on September 18th, 2012 in Articles by | No Comments

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The Commerce Clause is a mere sixteen words long, and it provides that Congress shall have the power to regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes. {U.S. Constitution,  Article I, Section 8, clause 3} There is considerable historical evidence that in the…

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WHAT IS “TRUTH”?

on September 18th, 2012 in Articles by | 1 Comment

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“The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help me God.” This is part of the oath that witnesses take before giving testimony in a court. We think we know what the word “truth” means. But the definition we, the people, use is the common and normal…

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Do We Live in a Democracy or a Republic?

on September 18th, 2012 in Articles by | No Comments

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How often do we hear today that our government is a “Democracy”? Constantly! In a “democracy”, the majority rules. In a “republic”, it is “the rule of law” that controls. Our Constitutional fathers, familiar with the strength and weakness of both autocracy and democracy, with fixed principles definitely in mind, defined a…

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Who Can Determine If A “Law” Is Unconstitutional?

on September 18th, 2012 in Articles by | No Comments

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For over a hundred years attorneys, judges and many others have been professing that only courts, and ultimately the U.S. Supreme Court, can determine what is unconstitutional. Today, many legislators often say: We don’t need to determine if a Bill is unconstitutional because after it becomes a law, eventually someone…

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