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California Congressional Districts Average 702,000 Rhode Island Congressional Districts Average 526,000

If California and Rhode Island were equally represented California would have 70 Representatives instead of just 53

When compared with Rhode Island, California has 9,375,965 people that are not being counted.

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Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's group Ohio
"Just wondering if people think this is a good statement for our senators and representatives. "I am writing due to the knowledge that our state sovereignty has been stolen. Our nation was founded as a union of states. These states were…"
Dec 21, 2018
Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's group Ohio
"Keith can you post exactly what we should be sending to our state reps"
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Robert Becker commented on Thomas Mick's blog post The Natural Law Militia
"I would be hard pressed to find 2 others who would be willing to do this. They have all been programmed that they should just call police and let them handle it. With only 1 or 2 exceptions they all belief their votes count. They believe we are…"
Oct 27, 2017
Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post The Fifty Thousand Dollar Challenge
"2. Wesley Snipes: You know him as Blade, but the IRS knows him as a tax evader that used various means to hide a lofty income. Snipes was found guilty on three counts of failing to file a federal income tax return, owing the government $17 million…"
Oct 27, 2017
Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post The Fifty Thousand Dollar Challenge
"Keith, The 16th amendment did away with the earlier amendment when it was voted and approved by the states. The constitution allows for changing what it does and does not allow. That is the problem with people wanting a convention of states. A…"
Oct 27, 2017
Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post The Fifty Thousand Dollar Challenge
"The 16th amendment passed by the states allows congress to lay and collect taxes on income from any source derived. That is in the Constitution. The supreme law of the land. This gives congress the power to put taxes on your income."
Oct 27, 2017
Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post The Fifty Thousand Dollar Challenge
"The federal tax laws are contained in the Internal Revenue Code, which was passed by the United States Congress. The Internal Revenue Code is also known as Title 26 of the United States Code, which is the compilation of all the laws passed by…"
Oct 27, 2017
Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post The Fifty Thousand Dollar Challenge
"The Internal Revenue Code found at Title 26 of the United States Code. Title 26 is the full compilation of all the laws passed by Congress relating to tax liability and every other legal obligation, definition, exemption, exception, etc. The…"
Oct 27, 2017
Robert Becker commented on Keith Broaders's blog post The Fifty Thousand Dollar Challenge
"The 16th Amendment says that "The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration.""
Oct 27, 2017
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Robert Becker commented on Thomas Mick's blog post Natural Law Militias
"I am all in. I will no longer comply. I work for my local police and see first hand the daily violations. I draw my line in the Sand and will stand in front of it. I hopefully will be able to get others to stand the line with me. Give me my marching…"
Oct 21, 2017
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concealed carry of firearms

The Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges and Immunities of Citizens in the several States. Under this direct statement. Article 2 section 4. If you have been granted concealed carry license in any state, then Just like a drivers license it is valid in every state then your concealed carry is valid in all 50 states. Why do people feel there is a special law needed by the federal government to allow this.Why do people fall for each state having the right to make gun laws for…See More
Oct 18, 2017

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concealed carry of firearms

Posted on October 18, 2017 at 7:22am 0 Comments

The Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges and Immunities of Citizens in the several States. Under this direct statement. Article 2 section 4. If you have been granted concealed carry license in any state, then Just like a drivers license it is valid in every state then your concealed carry is valid in all 50 states. Why do people feel there is a special law needed by the federal government to allow this.

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At 10:51am on May 22, 2017, Keith Broaders said…

Hawaii, California, Texas and Vermont are the only states that were admitted to the United States of independent and sovereign entities.

At 10:45am on May 22, 2017, Keith Broaders said…

I don't believe that Virginia ever gave their consent for West Virginia to form a new state. I guess that since Virginia had seceded from the Union, Congress considered West Virginia a territory of the and qualified for statehood.

At 10:43am on May 22, 2017, Keith Broaders said…

On December 18, 1789, Virginia again gave its consent to Kentucky statehood. The United States Congress gave its approval on February 4, 1791.[41] (This occurred two weeks before Congress approved Vermont's petition for statehood.[42]) Kentucky officially became the fifteenth state in the Union on June 1, 1792. Isaac Shelby, a military veteran from Virginia, was elected its first Governor.[43]

At 10:38am on May 22, 2017, Keith Broaders said…
After 14 years, New York agreed that Vermont could become part of the United States. But first, Vermont had to pay $30,000 to New York. ... So Vermont paid the money to New York. On March 4, 1791, Vermont became the 14th state!

At 10:36am on May 22, 2017, Keith Broaders said…

Maine was part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts until 1820, when it voted to secede from Massachusetts to become a separate state. On March 15, 1820, under the Missouri Compromise, it was admitted to the Union as the 23rd state.

 
 
 

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