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Posted on | February 19, 2013 | 3 Comments

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God bless you, Orly. This is truly a David vs. Goliath battle for the truth. Not a lot of hope here….Our government has been taken over by hostile forces with a dedication to the destruction of America, and we are powerless to do anything about it??? It seems that the only one in the country with the balls to stand against this travesty is a woman…namely, you, Orly. I will be proud to stand with you against these assholes…



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  1. Rose
    February 19th, 2013 @ 11:32 am

    We are determined to stop this insanity from government, I too will be proud to stand with you. May God protect and guide you with his wisdom and strength.

  2. Jonathan L. Gal
    February 19th, 2013 @ 12:35 pm

    Please, God, show us that Justice is still possible in this land. This case against Obama deserves to be heard. It should’ve been heard years ago. In fact, Obama never should’ve even gotten onto the ballot in the first place. Please show us that there is still some integrity on SCOTUS.

  3. Jonathan L. Gal
    February 19th, 2013 @ 12:36 pm

    REDEFINING FEDERALISM: The Case For Nullification

    Recent events in New Orleans prove that judicial review is a wholly inadequate remedy for those whose firearms are seized by federal troops or federal agents. During the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, federal troops seized many firearms from innocent, law abiding citizens. This expensive federal intervention left many law abiding citizens unable to protect their home and property from looters, during that unstable time in New Orleans. Just when the People needed their arms the most, they were disarmed by the feds!

    Even after winning lengthy court cases that successfully challenged the constitutionality of those gun seizures, some citizens were still unable to retrieve their firearms. The firearms had been stolen while they were supposedly being kept ‘safe and sound’ by the federal troops. Clearly, the federal executive branch caused more problems than it solved during this intervention in New Orleans. Adding insult to injury, the traditional remedy, judicial review, was inadequate in more ways than one. The time has come to establish a new, more proactive remedy to protect citizens from federal executive overreach.

    The case for State Nullification of unconstitutional federal legislation has never been stronger; and with the right Supreme Court precedent, Nullification can become standard practice throughout our Great Republic. It is time for States to exert their authority under both the 10th Amendment and the 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution by arresting & prosecuting those federal agents who may be conspiring to violate the Right To Bear Arms of their citizens. By doing so, a State can prevent the kinds of unconstitutional and unhelpful gun seizures that took place in New Orleans, not to mention the kinds of atrocities instigated by the Clinton administration at Waco, TX in 1993.

    States should pass Nullification Laws, arrest federal agents who are conspiring to violate the Second Amendment, prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law, and then finance the litigation all the way to the Supreme Court. The enactment and enforcement of such legislation would not be just an empty “message” to the federal government. Rather, it would be a legitimate and proactive exertion of States Rights, which could establish a new precedent with regard to the relationship between the federal government and the States.

    This can and should be done peacefully, without bloodshed. In fact, such proactive exertion of State’s Rights is better than peaceful, because it will prevent the kind of federally instigated violence that caused the deaths of scores of innocent women and children both at Waco and at Oklahoma City, not to mention the extreme bloodletting of a full fledged civil war, if it were ever to come to that.

    The time has come to redefine the relationship between the States and the federal government so that it better matches the intent of the founders, which is embodied by the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution.

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