On this page, you will find what you can do to reclaim your personal liberty and assert the sovereignty of our state under the Ninth and Tenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution that our federal Courts, and particularly the U.S. Supreme Court, have eroded by their tyrannical decisions, the latest decision being that in Obergefell v. Hodges. In it, the Supreme Court infused “evolving rights” into the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to redefine marriage. If the Supreme Court can assert authority over an issue that just two years ago it said was left up to the states (Windsor v. US), then the issue you care about may someday be taken away by the Court as well. We must assert our rights as states now or they will be forever taken from us.
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History Points to Our Way Forward
The process of state and local governments and political parties passing resolutions that is advocated by Reclaiming Liberty from the Court is very similar to the process successfully used by states in the past to obtain the rights they sought. It was this same type of process by which the states forced Congress to submit to them the Seventeenth Amendment. Until the adoption of the Seventeenth Amendment in 1913, Americans did not directly vote for U.S. senators. Rather, they were elected by state legislatures. But this changed when the states demanded that Congress send them an amendment for the direct election of senators. So if you are wondering if this kind of process ever made a difference, the answer is a resounding, “Yes!”
Here David Fowler’s Presentation as party of TennesseeWatchman.com Blog Talk Radio Program…. VERY POWERFUL!