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Jon Roland is now friends with Byron Dale, Michael Ranney and James Bonham
Jul 11
Byron Dale left a comment for Jon Roland
"Jon you placed a site where one could go and read the bill that Congress pasted to grant statehood to Nev. would you be kind enough to send that site to me at mtalks23@msn.con Thanking you in advance Byron Dale"
Apr 26, 2014
Jon Roland and Michael (Mick) Webster are now friends
Mar 27, 2014
Jon Roland commented on Morton's blog post Daily Blog Posted for March 10th, 2014
"The term "title of nobility" meant a feudal grant of inheritable authority to govern and collect rents from a large tract of territory, typically an entire county or major part thereof, or otherwise receive a regular substantial sum of…"
Mar 12, 2014
Jon Roland commented on Morton's blog post Daily Blog Posted for March 10th, 2014
"@Steve Curry: Please don't spread misinformation. The "missing" X!!! amendment would not do any of the things you suggest if it were ratified. The myth is that "lawyer" is included in the meaning of "title of…"
Mar 12, 2014
Jon Roland commented on Morton's blog post Daily Blog Posted for March 10th, 2014
"Most of what you need to know about the federal income tax is at http://constitution.org/cs_taxes.htm"
Mar 12, 2014
Jon Roland commented on Morton's blog post Daily Blog Posted for March 10th, 2014
"Let's not spread misinformation. Federal judges file and pay income taxes just like anyone else, which means the IRS has a hold over them, can threaten to audit them if they don't play ball. The problem with judges has almost nothing to do…"
Mar 11, 2014
Jon Roland commented on Morton's blog post Daily Blog Posted for March 10th, 2014
"Notice how my proposed amendments address the income tax. First, they do not "repeal" the income tax amendment, but find that it was never adopted. Second, they define compensation for labor, gifts, and inheritances as not taxable…"
Mar 11, 2014
Jon Roland commented on Morton's blog post Daily Blog Posted for March 10th, 2014
"My proposed amendments are actually composed to be adopted as written, and bills to do that are at http://jonroland.net/proposed_bills . Of course we might want to combine several related articles into one amendment, such as the clarifications of…"
Mar 11, 2014
Jon Roland commented on Morton's blog post Daily Blog Posted for March 10th, 2014
"Yet another incompetent attempt to draft a constitutional amendment. Well-intentioned, but largely clueless about the system to be governed, which is vastly more complicated and subtle than most laypersons appreciate. So far, no one has come up with…"
Mar 10, 2014
Jon Roland replied to Morton's discussion The Fiftieth Amendment in the group Friends of Morton Thomson
"Better amendments at http://www.constitution.org/reform/us/con_amend.htm Clarification of "regulate"The power to regulate shall consist only of the power to restrict the attributes or modalities of the object regulated, and not to prohibit…"
Feb 27, 2014
Keith Broaders left a comment for Jon Roland
"The  Reynold v Sims case established the doctrine of one person one vote. The authority of the Supreme Court to dictate to the states outside of its mandated authority is a violation of the Constitution. The states have a reserve power to…"
Feb 9, 2014
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Dec 20, 2013
Mike Cassidy commented on Jon Roland's blog post Convention of States
"Mark Levin very effectively addresses the concerns you raise in his book _The Liberty Amendments_. I believe a much more likely danger to such a convention of states process would simply be more of the same of what we are seeing today, and what has…"
Dec 14, 2013
Jon Roland commented on Jon Roland's blog post List of constitutional rights
"There are four tiers or "constitutions", each with its own rights (or more precisely, immunities): 1. Nature (God) 2. Society 3. The State (society plus a territory) 4. Government Our written constitution of government is only the last of…"
Dec 12, 2013

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Convention of States

Posted on December 12, 2013 at 11:04am 1 Comment

I have reviewed the Convention of States approach to getting constitutional amendments and find it to be deeply flawed.



There are fewer than 200 persons alive today who are remotely capable of drafting well-written constitutional amendments, and it is unlikely that any of them would be elected or appointed to the convention you seem to envision. Good intentions are not enough. It is a highly advanced art that is…

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List of constitutional rights

Posted on December 12, 2013 at 11:00am 2 Comments

To prepare for our Dec. 17 meetup celebrating Bill of Rights Day, I am resending this message first sent in July.

List of constitutional rights…

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At 2:28pm on April 26, 2014, Byron Dale said…

Jon

you placed a site where one could go and read the bill that Congress pasted to grant statehood to Nev. would you be kind enough to send that site to me at mtalks23@msn.con

Thanking you in advance

Byron Dale

At 10:47pm on February 9, 2014, Keith Broaders said…

The  Reynold v Sims case established the doctrine of one person one vote. The authority of the Supreme Court to dictate to the states outside of its mandated authority is a violation of the Constitution. The states have a reserve power to decide how they wish to organize their state legislatures and frankly it is none of the Supreme Court's business to trample on the rights reserved to the states/ If the rocks and trees in a county can not be represented, why are the same rocks and trees in the states provided with suffrage?

 
 
 

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