Too many Americans believe they should not criticize government or take action to oppose the infringement of their Constitutional rights. Ed Corsi shares his views.
Ed Corsi is the founder of the grassroots activist group in NE Ohio called the Geauga Constitutional Council. On today’s show, Corsi offers a clear distinction between statutes, which rob us of our freedoms, and constitutional laws.
The Eagle Eyes of Ed Corsi
Ed Corsi: The Man, The Legend
Both articles posted by: Scott Weber
Apr. 25, 2010
New York Times Co. v. Sullivan
376 U.S. 254 (1964), argued 6 Jan. 1964, decided 9 Mar. 1964 by vote of 9 to 0; Brennan for the Court, Black, Douglas, and Goldberg concurring. In this case, the Supreme Court for the first time considered the extent to which the constitutional guarantee of freedom of speech and the press limits the award of damages in a libel action brought by public officials against critics of their official conduct.
U.S. Census Bureau
The American Community Survey is an ongoing survey that provides data every year — giving communities the current information they need to plan investments and services. Information from the survey generates data that help determine how more than $400 billion in federal and state funds are distributed each year.
A Refusal To Answer the Questions Notice to the Census Bureau
Posted on Jun. 8, 2010 by censusthis
Pursuant to Article 1, section 2, clause 3 of the constitution, the only information you are empowered to request is the total number of occupants at this address. My “name, sex, age, date of birth, race, ethnicity, telephone number, relationship and housing tenure” has absolutely nothing to do with apportioning direct taxes or determining the number of representatives in the House of Representatives.
Chuck Baldwin Live
Chuck Baldwin is a prolific writer/columnist whose articles and political commentaries are carried by a host of Internet sites, newspapers, and news magazines. Dr. Baldwin is the host of a lively, hard-hitting radio talk show called, “Chuck Baldwin Live.” On April 26, 2008, state delegates of the Constitution Party elected Chuck Baldwin to be their Presidential candidate during their national nominating convention in Kansas City, MO.
To call a spade a spade
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
To “call a spade a spade” is to speak honestly and directly about a topic, specifically topics that others may avoid speaking about due to their sensitivity or embarrassing nature.
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS means that what someone says is different from from what they do. It is often used when someone makes a promise but then doesn’t keep it.