States: Time to Man Up to a Lawless Federal Government

When leaders in your Federal Government:

1) consistently violate the law

2) show a complete disregard for the Constitution and Bill of Rights

3) Refuse to answer We the People who question their actions in Congressional hearings

4) Bully the state’s citizens with para-military, Gestapo style raids by armed agents in non-violent crime investigations 5) LIE under oath

6) Arm Mexican Drug Cartels while attempting to restrict or disarm law abiding American citizens

It is time to limit the power of the Federal Government, take back state control of our land currently under federal control, and cease to allow federal authorities jurisdiction over our state’s people. I am NOT calling for an armed revolt. I am asking the people of our states to elect governors, sheriffs, and state legislators who understand state’s rights and have to courage to stand up to the federal government to represent the citizens of your states rather than cowering behind closed doors while federal bullies come in and trample the Constitutional rights of citizens.

Furthermore, how can our states allow a clearly corrupt federal authority to have control over ANY land in our states?

While I do not support Bundy Ranch in their belief that they are “entitled” to use public land to graze their cattle, I do believe that if the state of Nevada and its citizens do not oppose citizens using public land in their state for free grazing, that should be a state issue, not a federal issue. Yet, because Nevada, like many states has given the federal government control of that land, federal laws must be adhered to until or unless the state takes the land back.

My friend Sheriff Mack and Oath Keepers along with some Nevada lawmakers are NOW getting involved in an attempt to keep the situation in Nevada from escalating to a violent confrontation and end in peaceful resolution for ALL the ranchers in that state. I hope they are successful, however, I am even more hopeful that Patriots nationwide (regardless of your position pro or against Bundy) will see this as yet another example of how federal control over state’s land and business is a recipe for disaster and begin the process of being pro-active rather than reactive on the issue of state’s rights and sovereignty.

10th Amendment Resolutions
In 2009-2010 thirty eight states have introduced resolutions to reaffirm the principles of sovereignty under the Constitution and the 10th Amendment; 14 states have passed the resolutions. These non-binding resolutions, often called “state sovereignty resolutions” do not carry the force of law. Instead, they are intended to be a statement to demand that the federal government halt its practices of assuming powers and imposing mandates upon the states for purposes not enumerated by the Constitution.

The man I am endorsing for Governor of Arkansas, has already met with and formed a coalition of governors in at least 10 states who have agreed that TOGETHER they can, as a Republic of Sovereign states, limit federal power in their states to protect the land, economy, and citizens of their respective states as well as prepare for the consequences and battle that results from this reclaiming of power where it rightfully belongs, IN THE HANDS of WE THE PEOPLE.

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