Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Constituent stages Protest Asking Congressman Zack Space for Town Hall Meeting

No Town Hall: Campin' Coach Dave Daubenmire & Rep. Zack Space Soap Box .

WCLT News talked to Coach Dave Daubenmire who has started an around-the-clock vigil outside of 18th Ohio District Congressman Zack Space's office in Zanesville, Ohio.

We The People formally served the Federal Government of the United States the following Petitions for Redress of Grievances
November, 2002

The Petitions were updated to reflect current circumstances
and demands upon Government officials (March, 2008) and formally served on the Government again (June 2008)

To this date, the US government has refused to respond. Click Here for information about Continental Congress 2009

The Petition for Redress Regarding the WAR POWERS CLAUSES

The Petition for Redress Regarding the GUN CONTROL LAWS

The Petition for Redress Regarding the FEDERAL INCOME TAX

The Petition for Redress Regarding the FEDERAL RESERVE

The Petition for Redress Regarding the "USA PATRIOT ACT"

The Petition for Redress Regarding ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

The Petition For Redress Regarding the NORTH AMERICAN UNION

The article below by Timothy Baldwin is well written on State Sovereignty.


An honest look at the presumption that only the US S CT has the power to interpret federal encroachments on State sovereignty will reveal that the states have more power than what has been admitted ever since Marshall took the position of chief justice of the US S CT. For as Marshall admits in Marbury v. Madison, "questions [that are] in their nature political . . . CAN NEVER BE MADE IN THIS COURT." (Emphasis added.) By definition, issues of State sovereignty are in their nature political, just as a treaty between the USA and foreign countries regards the matter of political sovereignty. Therefore, when our states begin to assert their natural and sovereign right of self-defense against federal tyranny, each State will answer to their sovereign--the people--and NOT to the United States Supreme Court. FULL STORY

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