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January 31, 2014

A LINE IN THE SAND By Michael Connelly             On January 24, 2014 I attended a meeting of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association. The group is run by former Arizona Sheriff Richard Mack who led the charge to keep the Constitution and particularly the Tenth Amendment alive. He and a handful of […]

Unlawfulness in Cook County Elections- The Facts

March 22, 2012
Unlawfulness in Cook County Elections- The Facts

  Sharon Meroni Security is put in place to provide a tamper resistant environment. Security does not ensure fraud doesn’t take place, it provides mechanisms for fraud to be prevented through fear of detection; it provides an opportunity to stop fraud while in progress and retroactively, through reverse engineering various aspects of the voting processes. […]

ObamaCare’s Birth-Control Mandate is Unconstitutional

February 27, 2012

By Angela C. Thompson For the United States Justice Foundation February 21, 2012     There has been a great deal of discussion in recent weeks among journalists, news anchors, bloggers, and even radio-talk-show hosts, regarding the Obama Administration’s recent announcement of its Interim Final Rule, mandating that employers pay for health insurance plans that […]

Constitutional Questions About The NDAA

February 27, 2012

    Michael Connelly, who teaches Constitutional law, and who is a USJF Counsel, wrote this analysis for USJF about the indefinite detention parts of NDAA. The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that was recently adopted by Congress, and signed into law by Barack Obama, contains language that has raised substantial Constitutional questions by civil libertarians […] to Rahm Emmanuel: Stop Voting Fraud!

February 27, 2012

Defend the Vote is a joint project of United States Justice Foundation. This email was sent today to Rahm Emanuel and other Chicago politicians. It explains what voter fraud has been taking place and invites each recipient to come to the Chicago Board of Elections meeting. This meeting is taking place tomorrow (2-28-11) at 9:00 […]

Libya and the War Powers Resolution

May 27, 2011
Libya and the War Powers Resolution

Date: May 26, 2011 Memo re: Libya and the War Powers Resolution To: Gary Kreep From: Nathan Oleson Since 1973, United States Presidents have been required, by law, to seek Congressional approval prior to making use of the United States Armed Forces in any action or conflict. Recognizing that there are circumstances where such prior […]

USJF looks into Alaskan election

March 14, 2011

After the Associated Press called the election for Murkowski on Nov. 16, USJF head Gary Kreep was asked to return to Alaska by Joe Miller. Kreep was back in Juneau on Nov. 17. From his hotel room, Kreep wrote “…for decades a small group of liberal Republican-in-name-only officeholders have controlled Alaska politics. Ted Stevens, Don […]

USJF launches campaign against FCC control of Internet

March 14, 2011

On Dec. 17, 2010 the United States Justice Foundation launched an aggressive campaign to alert the American people of an attempt by the Federal Communications Commission through the Department of Homeland Security, based on an Executive Order issued by President Barack Obama, to assume control of the Internet.

USJF looks into how to remove a Wisc. legislator

March 10, 2011

The statutes that determine how and why a legislator may be removed and/or associated punishments are as follows:

Protection of Marriage: Kern County supervisors fail to approve ‘Marriage Protection Ordinance’

July 10, 2008

Posted by: Admin on Thursday, July 10, 2008 – 07:05 AM PST California Catholic Daily Bakersfield — Campaign for Children and Families (CCF), a leading California organization defending marriage between a man and a woman, is sad and frustrated that the Kern County Board of Supervisors today “round-filed” a proposed ordinance to reserve marriage for […]

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