A Magic Bullet Will Be Needed to Kill the 17th Amendment

A Magic Bullet Will Be Needed to Kill the 17th Amendment

The U.S #Constitution "originally" laid out the separation of powers between the federal #government and the State governments in the first paragraph of article 1 section 3. How this paragraph accomplished that goal will become clear later in this article. This paragraph states:

The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each state, ...

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So what gives Obama the right to close the WWII Memorial?

So what gives Obama the right to close the WWII Memorial?

Based on this it seems he should not be able to.

"The National World War II Memorial was funded almost entirely by private contributions, as specified in Public Law 103-32. The campaign received more than $197 million in cash and pledges. Support came from hundreds of thousands of individual Americans, hundreds of corporations and foundations, ...

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McAfee: Obamacare is a 'hacker's wet dream' - video

In an interview with Fox News Neil Cavuto computer programmer extraordinaire and founder of McAfee, Inc. John McAfee called the online component of ObamaCare “is a hacker’s wet dream” that will cause “the loss of income for the millions of Americans.”

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DeMint Writes Letter to Vladimir Putin on American Exceptionalism

DeMint Writes Letter to Vladimir Putin on American Exceptionalism

This week in The New York Times—on September 11, no less—Russian President Vladimir Putin took issue with the idea of American exceptionalism. He wrote:

It is extremely dangerous to encourage people to see themselves as exceptional, whatever the motivation. There are big countries and small countries, rich and poor, those ...

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Ahem: Feds Still Won't Say How Many People Have Successfully Enrolled in Obamacare

They've spent more than three years preparing for the big day, forking over millions of taxpayer dollars on advertisements to promote the law's October 1 roll-out.

WH Official: Nah, We Don't Really Care When the Shutdown Ends -- We're Winning

The Obama administration could not care less about those affected by the current budget impasse. Sure, they wail about the human tragedies, but that's all agitprop. They think they're winning, so let the bad times roll:

If There’s One Story That Shows How Ridiculous the Gov’t Shutdown Is Becoming, It Could Be This One

Since the government shutdown began, we’ve seen the National Park Service do a few eyebrow-raising things. It’s attempted to close a World War II memorial and even parking lots for a privately funded historical site, along with other questionable actions.

Now the NPS says it’s been forced to close…scenic overlooks.