Category Archives: Constitution

Memorial Day: Folding the Flag In Honor of Those Fallen in Battle

On the occasion of Memorial Day, when we honor the fallen in battle, here is the history and symbolism behind the folding of the flag that covers the casket of a fallen warrior. The first fold stands for liberty. In … Continue reading

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The States Gave Power to DC – The States May Take It Away.

The Convention of States is a project of the Citizens for Self Governance. According to the website dedicated to this project: Citizens concerned for the future of their country, under a federal government that’s increasingly bloated, corrupt, reckless and invasive, … Continue reading

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Foundations of Freedom – On Your Mark

When the founders of our government gathered to form a more perfect union, they were educated and intelligent men working carefully to assure the freedoms of the nation they were building. The documents on which they founded the relationships between … Continue reading

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Watch the Sheriff – That’s the One Who Watches Out for You!

Last night’s forum gave the High Plains Patriots some sound reassurances regarding protection of our Constitutional rights from the three candidates for Curry County Sheriff. One of the questions posed at the candidate forum was this: The 2nd Amendment to … Continue reading

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Put Constitutional Limits on Obamacare

Our magnificent Constitution gives us teeth for limiting the damage being caused by Obamacare. According to Charles R. Kesler in his article “The Tea Party, Conservatism, and the Constitution” the Independent Payments Advisory Board is set up to operate in … Continue reading

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