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The information and link provided below, from the Indianapolis Tea Party, contains information regarding a judgeship and requests that Justice Steven David be voted NO for retention.
In swing states, Tea party and private family groups, paid for billboards to be placed along interstates which stated, “Voter Fraud is a Felony” followed with the possible criminal/financial penalty. The billboards stated nothing but the truth regarding this crime.
Various left wing and elected Democratic took exception to the signs labeling them racist. Clear Channel at first refused to pull the signs, yet under increasing pressure they reached an agreement with the groups which paid for the billboards to take the signs down. In addition, Clear Channel agreed to place 10 billboards up, free of charge, for the protesting groups which state “Voting is a Right. Not A Crime.”
Anyone who understands the application of rights in this country, recognize that rights only come from God. Voting is NOT a right but a privilege. A legal alien is afforded all rights which we embrace as citizens such as free speech and the right to unreasonable search and seizures, yet they are not allowed to vote as non-citizens, that are reserved as a privilege to citizens who meet specific requirements.
Stating that “Voter Fraud is a Felon,” is simply stating the truth contrary to what the left wants to claim. Just as a billboard which might say “Stealing is a Felony” or “Murder is a Felony”, speaks the truth regarding our laws. We are a nation of laws.
We encourage Patriots to speak out against this blatant attempt to silence, by creating their own home billboard. We know Patriots can create signs. Place them in your front yard or in public areas where you see campaign signs, get them out and leave them in place till November 7th.
This is a powerful message spoken by young people centers on the core values of our nation.
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h/t to Mike B. for sending this along.
On September 17th, 1787 the Constitutional Convention met for the final time and signed the Constitution of the United States.
Contained in the first 150 words are the six principles which govern the United States:
In late August House Majority Leader Eric Cantor published an open memo announcing that House Republicans would seek to block ten regulations currently being considered by various federal administrative agencies. Most of these regulations involve the Environmental Protection Agency, including ozone protection, greenhouse gas regulation, coal ash and utility pollution standards. The National Labor Relations Board is also targeted for its proposed union election rules and its attempt to block Boeing from opening a new, non-union factory in right-to-work South Carolina.