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Conservatives Successfully Conserve Massive Deficits

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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Conservatives in Congress proudly announced Monday they have achieved their goal of conserving massive budget deficits.

“These progressives want to destroy our country by getting rid of all of our traditions,” said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. “That’s why you need to vote for us conservatives—we make sure that our traditions are conserved, such as spending trillions of dollars we don’t have and expanding the size of the federal government every year.”

“American customs and traditions like an ever-expanding federal government must be protected,” said House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. “The progressives go a little too fast for our liking. When you vote for a Republican, you can be assured that we will hold the deficit steady at around $1 trillion per year.”

Many people have been wondering just what it is conservative politicians are supposed to be conserving, and they’re glad to finally have an answer. Some supposed that conservatives just wanted to conserve social order as manifested in traditional marriage, religion, and morals, but since they’ve been losing that battle for years, many people weren’t sure anymore.

“It’s nice to know that when I check the box with the little R next to it, I’m making sure our values, like spending trillions our grandkids are going to have to pay back, are being preserved,” said Republican voter Lila Billings from Idaho. “I’m helping!”

“From President George W. Bush to the Obama years and now the Trump regime, we’ve followed through on our promising to ABC—Always Be Conserving,” said McCarthy. “Conserving a sprawling government, reckless spending, and taxes that would have led to a revolution just 50 years ago.”

“You’re welcome.”

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What’s Really Going on in Oregon! Taking Back the Narrative ! KrisAnne Hall

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Taking Back the Narrative ! KrisAnne Hall

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MEDICAL RIGHTS DENIED

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new logoChuck Frank
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The infringement of medical rights and normal access to necessary types of pain medicine has been an ongoing issue for many years. How is it that the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) or the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), an unelected agency, has the legal authority to deny effective prescription pain killers by a doctor for a patient? Are these agencies more knowledgeable than the MD’s or is it politics as usual?

Countless patients who plead their case with their doctors are now suffering needlessly from excruciating pain because these agencies which are an arm of the federal government are presently restricting the use of certain prescription drugs that may be addictive. Drugs such as Vicodin(Hydrocodone), a pain reliever, was taken off of the market because it was found not only to be addictive but it also caused liver cancer. Yet, there are many other drugs, depending upon the frequency of their usage, that present other problems. Also, while medical marijuana is seen as a pain reliever, it has also been shown in studies to be addictive and also causes cancer. So what else is new. People who are denied pain relievers for certain ailments are also given regular doses of morphine which will, in the end be fatal.

Here is the case of the late, Ms. Siobhan Reynolds, founder of the Pain Relief Network. The Network was an advocate for adequate pain medication for patients and against the regulations and the negligent
behavior of those agencies such as the FDA and DEA. Doctors who are willing to provide for their patients are now under more scrutiny from these federal agencies when it comes to prescribing pain medicine. Ms. Reynolds whose recommendations would undercut the ability of federal agencies that violate the medical rights of American citizens were not heard.

Countering her recommendations at the time, the Assistant U.S. Attorney Tanya Treadway attempted to silence Reynolds with a gag order in the case of Dr. Stephen Schneider, who was indicted for “illegal drug trafficking” in December 2007. The gag order was very properly denied, but the U.S. Attorney’s Office responded with an inquisitorial and malicious Grand Jury proceeding against Reynolds, which bankrupted her organization. Although Grand Jury proceedings are secret in order to protect defendants, Reynolds’ desire to make all records public has been improperly denied, apparently in order to protect, not her innocence, but the guilt of the prosecutors.

Later, the Obama administration moved to restrict prescriptions of the most commonly used narcotic painkillers in the U.S. in an attempt to curb widespread abuse. Also, the DEA said it would reclassify
hydrocodone combination drugs such as Vicodin and put them in the category reserved for medical substances with the highest potential for harm.

In summary, if you or persons that you know are suffering from needless pain because your doctors are reluctant to administer certain pain medications, you now know the reason.

See; The Fiction and Tyranny of “Administrative Law.”
http://www.friesian.com/fiction.htm

Them against us: 545 vs. 300,000,000 People

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Charley Reese’s Final column!

A very interesting column. COMPLETELY NEUTRAL.
Be sure to Read the Poem at the end..

Charley Reese’s final column for the Orlando Sentinel… He has been a journalist for 49 years. More

“The Commerce Clause – Pathway to a Dictatorship!”

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By Ron  Ewart, President
National Association of Rural  Landowners
and  nationally recognized author on freedom and property rights  issues.
We  are helping to spread freedom and liberty around the  globe.
© Copyright Sunday, March  18, 2012 – All Rights Reserved

“By permitting Congress to regulate so much of our lives under the Commerce Clause, the Supreme Court has changed the federal government from one of limited and enumerated powers, to one with few exceptions to its power.”  Walter E. Williams, Professor and Columnist

It has been proven out many times by history, that human nature is vastly more influential on the affairs of man, than any agreements that exist between men to control their affairs. Charters, constitutions and treaties between geopolitical entities, or between governments and the people, are nothing more than “blue prints” to govern those affairs. But since men have been breaking agreements between themselves since the dawn of civilization, disputes arise often and those disputes are sometimes resolved through negotiations and arbitration, or the passing of, or revisions to, more “blue prints”, or other times they are resolved by war, when negotiations or arbitration reach an impasse. Thus, there is a constant battle between human nature and those “blue prints” that are designed to control human nature.

There is a general misconception by most people on what a contract (a “blue print” for behavior) between people, businesses, or governments, really means and what it is designed to do. We can’t remember the number of times people have said to us, in the course of 30 years in real estate development and investments: “He can’t do that, we have a contract!” And we could only respond with, “…. people can do anything they want to do. A contract only spells out what the parties are to do while the contract is in full force and effect and what to do when one or both of the parties violate or are in breach of the contract terms.” That is why contract law takes up so much room on the law bookshelf and that is why courts are full of people who violate or allegedly violate their contracts. Again, it is readily apparent that human nature has much more power over man, than man has to control human nature by law. More

Wheat, Weed, and ObamaCare: How the Commerce Clause Made Congress All-Powerful

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reason.tv: “How did a clause intended as a restriction on states wind up giving Congress a green light to regulate noncommercial, local, and purely private behavior? How will ObamaCare stand up against the legal challenges brought by the states? Legal titans John Eastman (Chapman University Law Professor) and Erwin Chemerinsky (Founding Dean, University of California, Irvine School of Law) slug it out to to determine whether or not Congress has been abusing the commerce clause.”

when the federal government “assumes undelegated powers…” nullification of the act is the rightful remedy.

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For more than a century, We the People have been marching on D.C. in the hopes that federal politicians would see the light and limit federal power. We have been suing in federal courts in the hopes that federal judges would limit federal power. We keep “voting the bums out.” But every federal election cycle we end up with new bums that expand federal power! 

Asking, demanding, hoping – that the federal government will limit its own power – just doesn’t work. So why not try something new? Nullify Now!

Thomas Jefferson wrote that when the federal government “assumes undelegated powers…” a nullification of the act is the rightful remedy.

NULLIFICATION – has a long history in the American tradition. It is happening across the country RIGHT NOW. And YOU can help this growing movement go mainstream. More

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