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Fortunately for us, liberty conscious Obama says he will override Kirkpatrick’s vote and veto this evil legislation just like he did NDAA… Oh. Never mind. By Elisha Dorfsmith Today the House of Representatives voted 288-127 to approve the 4th Amendment … Continue reading
Following legislative process can be an aggravating experience…..confusing, time consuming, non-intuitive, misleading, dense legaleze…in short…non-transparent. Well, Arizona has it’s own brand obfuscation. Do you know what a “Strike-All” Amendment is? Courtesy Arizona Community Press: “Strike All” Amendments, also called “strike … Continue reading
Of course, this may not please those who want it legal. There are those who say the taxes and savings in not locking up pot smokers could save States from their budget crisis. Plus how many politicians and “officials” are … Continue reading
PHOENIX—There are four bills originating in the legislature of the Great State of Arizona from both sides of the aisle to benefit veterans in the State. Benefits would be in the area of employment, taxes, and lower hunting and fishing … Continue reading
The Ninth Amendment protects hunting. The Tenth Amendment protects us as a State and Citizens. The Second Amendment is the enforcement clause for those rights.
HB 2284, sponsored by Representative Steve Smith changes current Arizona Revised Statute 15-506 to require schools in grade 1 through 12 to set aside a specific time each school day to recite the pledge of allegiance. The new law would … Continue reading
State Representative Bob Thorpe, along with four other Arizona representatives, introduced a strongly worded 2nd Amendment protection bill last week titled HB 2291 Arizona firearms; prohibited enforcement. The primary objective of this bill is to protect all firearms, ammunition and … Continue reading
Opinion by Glen Davis UPDATE: October 16, 2012 Initiatives and referendums Constitutional Analysis: Initiatives and referendums are unconstitutional. Article IV, Section 4 of the Constitution of the United States states, “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this … Continue reading
Opinion: Glen Davis According to the Arizona Daily Sun, the Democrats started right away attacking Proposition 120. Proposition 120 is a State sovereignty initiative which would take our State lands back from the national government. Since the Congress does not … Continue reading
My 0.0002 ¢ worth (based on the devaluation of the dollar since Obama took office) A perfect example of this is the Coronado Bay Bridge in San Diego. When built, they promised the toll would go away after the cost of … Continue reading