Florida is now the 37th state where a sovereignty resolution has been introduced

Florida State Represenatives Workman and Plakon, along with co-sponsors Dorworth, Eisnaugle, Kelly, Precourt, and Tobia introduced House Memorial 19 (HM19), which “Urges Congress to honor provisions of U. S. Constitution & U. S. Supreme Court case law which limit scope & exercise of federal power.” (h/t David Reid)

The goal of the memorial is to serve “as a notice and a demand to the Federal Government…to cease and desist, effective immediately, from issuing mandates that are beyond the scope of [their] constitutionally delegated powers.” Read More

The States must see something happening within the Obama administration that they don’t like and I think what they see is a dictator leader in the White House! Obama has never proved that he was American born.

Links:
(1)Bay Patriots Meetup Site!
We are a non-partisan group of concerned Americans in Bay County, FL who believe the US Constitution is being ignored, overstepped, and decimated by a government that is out of touch and out of control.
As Benjamin Franklin so aptly remarked, “If we don’t hang together… we most assuredly will hang separately”.

(2) The Tampa 9-12 Project
You Are Not Alone
Have you ever felt like you’re the only one in your community that see’s what’s happening to America? Well, you’re not. Many Americans understand that Washington is broken. Many times it seems that the political solution is the problem. No more. Our founders knew the solution is We The People.

(3) State Sovereignty Resolutions

(4) Find an Independence Day Tea Party

The most flagrant abuses of the Tax Code in American history.

The U. S. House of Representatives has passed and sent to the Senate a bill to levy a 90% tax on the bonuses the executives at AIG recently received.

The U.S. Constitution provides, in Article I, Section 10, that “no State shall enter into… any law impairing the obligation of contracts.” The Impairment of Contracts clause of the Constitution applies directly only to the states, not the Federal government, but there is a huge body of case law that has applied the concept to various Federal actions. Moreover the action also collides with federal statutory law, which protects all persons’ rights to make contracts and to sue in U.S. courts, at 42 U.S. C. §1981. Read More

Your Washington lawmakers at work!

LINKS:

(1) Look beyond the bogus bonus smokescreen

Oklahoma House of Representatives passed House Joint Resolution 1003 Feb. 18 by a wide margin, 83 to 13

Oklahoma’s House of Representatives is the first legislative body to pass a state sovereignty resolution this year under the terms of the Tenth Amendment.

The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed House Joint Resolution 1003 Feb. 18 by a wide margin, 83 to 13, resolving, “That the State of Oklahoma hereby claims sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the Constitution of the United States.”

This is good, now maybe a few more States will follow Oklahoma lead and pass a sovereignty bill.