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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Twenty-Six States Pave the Road to Freedom

October 24, 2013
In early September, the COS Project began searching the country for citizens who recognized the brokenness of D.C. and were ready to be a part of the solution. Since the release of its Volunteer Leadership Application, the Grassroots Team has reviewed hundreds of names. Each application highlights a common desire to serve the nation and defend its freedoms for future generations.
We are excited to announce that twenty-six states now have active leadership in place.
One recently-appointed leader explained, “I don’t want to take the chance of sitting aside thinking that perhaps someone else will jump in and do it – and then not have it happen. So I am putting myself out there and am offering my time and my talents to help get this going.” Every day, citizens, no longer willing to sit on the sidelines, stand up and take tangible steps to return rightful power back to the states…..To Read More…. 

 Editor's Note:  This was in an e-mail from Patriot Update.  "In Federalist Number 57, James Madison wrote that Congress "can make no law which will not have its full operation on themselves and their friends, as well as on the great mass of the society."  As wise an idea as this was, Madison and the other Framers failed to expressly incorporate such a limit on government within the Constitution itself.   With lawmakers today passing laws while exempting themselves, their families, and their friends - think: Obamacare - it's clear that we need to codify the principle of Federalist No. 57 into law."

Personally I believe that repealing the 16th and 17th amendments is the simplest way.  Once that happens all else will fall into place. 

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