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Keep the Federal Government in Check with NULLIFICATION – Not Liberty Amendments

by Diane Rufino, October 10, 2013 Mark Levin, who wrote an excellent book “The Liberty Amendments” to urge states to call for an Article V Convention to propose constitutional amendments to restore the federal government back to some sort of … Continue reading

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What it Means to be Sovereign

by Diane Rufino Government in the United States includes the understanding of three terms: Self-government, sovereignty, and social compact. Sovereignty is the inherent and independent right to do all that is necessary to govern oneself.  In the United States, the … Continue reading

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NULLIFICATION: The Truths and the Fallacies

by Diane Rufino PART I:  Nullification is the Rightful Remedy to Limit the Federal Government to its Constitutional Objects Nullification is the theory that says that actions of the federal government that are passed, imposed, or exercised in excess or … Continue reading

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