As the US and Iranian governments escalate tensions in the already volatile Straits of Hormuz, and China and Russia begin openly questioning Washington’s interference in their internal politics, the world remains on a knife-edge of military tension. Far from being a dispassionate observer of these developments, however, the media has in fact been central to increasing those tensions and preparing the public to expect a military confrontation. But as the online media rises to displace the traditional forms by which the public forms its understanding of the world, many are now beginning to see first hand how the media lies the public into war.
Up to 350,000 American citizens have chosen to ignore the new anti-gun laws in Connecticut, allegedly becoming “felons” under state law. Rather than register or turn in any of their firearms, they’re simply ignoring the law and defending the Constitution of the United States.
Civil disobedience is one of the most powerful ways of fighting tyranny, because it shows to the world that the only cause of the pain isn’t you — it’s those using force against you.
The Globalists’ New World Order train has long-tried to leave the station, but The People of the United States just stubbornly refuse to get on board. And now the Globalists are preparing to punish the People of The United States through the fire sale and liquidation of her territories, assets, property and rights, as well as the significant and imminent devaluation of the US dollar, hatched at the February G20 meeting in Australia of corporate criminals masquerading as heads of state.
Legislation has been introduced in the Missouri House of Representatives that would regulate the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) and protect the privacy rights of citizens.
House Bill 1204 or the Preserving Freedom from Unwarranted Surveillance Act was introduced by Rep. Kenneth Wilson (R-District 12) earlier this month. The bill states that “no person, entity, or state agency shall use a drone or other unmanned aircraft to conduct surveillance or observation of any individual, property owned by an individual, farm, or agricultural industry without the consent of that individual, property owner, farm or agricultural industry.”
Most Americans believe that the federal government stands absolutely supreme.
Nobody can question its dictates. Nobody can refuse its edicts. Nobody can resist its commands.
This is simply not true.
States Don’t Have to Comply: The Anti-Commandeering Doctrine
Laws passed in pursuance of the Constitution do stand as the supreme law of the land. But that doesn’t in any way imply the federal government lords over everything and everybody in America.
First off, as James Madison asserted in Federalist 45, the powers of the federal government are “few and defined.” So federal power actually extends into only a few spheres. Most power and authority was left to the states and the people.