Archive for the 'states’ rights' Category

8 January, 2018

Posted by Socrates in California, federal authority vs. local authority, federal government, federal laws, federal power, leftism, leftists, liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, pot/grass/weed, socialism, Socrates, states' rights, Tenth Amendment at 7:06 pm | Permanent Link

If you’re a California leftist, you love federal power. You believe that the federal government should control everything, yes, everything, from healthcare to food prices to wages to how many dogs someone can own. After all, only the federal government has the power to make every human in America “equal” to the next human. So, […]

30 July, 2016

Posted by Socrates in federal authority vs. local authority, federal courts, federal government, Socrates, state laws, states' rights at 11:41 am | Permanent Link

Each time a state passes a good law, a federal court voids it. So why bother having state legislatures? In fact, you could say that state and local governments no longer have any real power, it’s all federal power today. [Article] and [Article].

19 February, 2015

Posted by Socrates in Federal Reserve Notes, Federal Reserve system, gold, gold & silver, Socrates, sovereignty, states' rights at 4:59 pm | Permanent Link

That’s great. Just imagine if this idea takes hold in dozens of states. Millions of people would be able to bypass the Jewish, inflationary, fiat-money system we have now. [Article].

13 January, 2015

Posted by Socrates in federal authority vs. local authority, federal courts, federal power, homosexual themes, homosexuals, Socrates, sovereignty, states' rights at 2:57 pm | Permanent Link

Authority isn’t local anymore. The federal government makes all the rules. Why have state or local governments, or voter initiatives? Why bother? [Article].

24 December, 2014

Posted by Socrates in America, America-the-sitcom, federal courts, federal government, federal power, illegal immigration, immigration, immigration bills/laws, Socrates, states' rights at 5:03 pm | Permanent Link

The states used to decide who gets driver’s licenses. But now, the federal government does. A federal court has ruled that Arizona must give driver’s licenses to young illegal aliens, who are also known as “Dreamers.” [Article].

14 November, 2014

Posted by Socrates in America, America-the-sitcom, federal authority vs. local authority, federal courts, federal power, illegal immigration, immigration, immigration bills/laws, Mexcrement, Mexico, Mexinvasion, Socrates, southern border of U.S., states' rights, Supreme Court at 3:10 pm | Permanent Link

Saaaay, here’s a good idea: give felons who are illegal aliens the right to be bailed out of jail, so that they can flee back to Mexico. (Why do states even bother to make immigration laws? Every time a state makes one, a federal court voids it). [Article].

21 July, 2014

Posted by Socrates in America, California, secession, Socrates, states' rights at 2:15 pm | Permanent Link

Good idea. Currently, California is a total mess. Many towns are bankrupt, and it’s full of liberals and Mexicans. Local control, as opposed to control from the liberal-dominated state capitol, would help Whites in California. (In fact, as we move forward in time, look for the map of America to change greatly. States will split […]

13 July, 2014

Posted by Socrates in America, America-the-sitcom, AmeriKwa, illegal immigration, immigration, immigration bills/laws, Mexico, Mexinvasion, Socrates, states' rights at 2:44 pm | Permanent Link

Someone made a good point on an internet forum: why don’t the states (not the Feds) go after the money that illegal immigrants send home to Mexico and Central America? They work in America illegally and then wire billions of dollars (per year) to their home countries. State and local laws could be passed that […]

1 November, 2013

Posted by Socrates in abortion movement, anti-White themes, feminism, Feminists, jewed culture, jewed law, Roe v. Wade, Socrates, states' rights, Supreme Court, War On White People at 2:22 pm | Permanent Link

Abortion is about two things: furthering feminism and reducing the White population. Roe v. Wade was a constitutionally bogus court ruling [1], and the feminists and liberals know it was, which is why they’re worried about Roe v. Wade being overturned, or at least reinterpreted. [Article]. [1] Re: Roe v. Wade, an abortion isn’t a […]

25 June, 2012

Posted by Socrates in Arizona, federal government, federal power, illegal immigration, immigration, immigration bills/laws, Socrates, states' rights, Supreme Court at 9:58 pm | Permanent Link

The 3-down/1-up ruling is disappointing, but it’s still a victory for Arizona. Cops can now try to verify, during their field interviews, if a person is in America illegally. That is the key part of the law, and it has been upheld by the court. Other states can now copy that part of the law. […]