Lapeer County Tea Party Patriots
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January Postcard Project
Introduction to the State Balance of Powers Act 2013
Researched and Prepared by The Constitutional Justice Division, The United States Patriots Union, LLC Introduced by The U.S. Patriots Union ,Veteran Defenders of Americaand The North American Law Center
Due to a popular false assumption and assertion of supreme federal power subscribed to by all three branches of the U.S. Federal government today, but denied via the confines of the compact with the states and the people known as the U.S. Constitution, we assemble today to introduce a state-by-state measure designed to return the power of state governance to its constitutional place, the individual states and the people of the Sovereign Fifty States, recognizing the enumerated powers delegated to the U.S. government in Article I - Section 8 of the Constitution. unlike the symbolic Tenth and Second Amendment Resolutions passed by states over the last two years, which rhetorically reclaim but fail to actually reassert the rights of the individual states and the people, this State Balance of Powers Act aims to return constitutional power to the states by providing each state a streamlined legislative branch mechanism by which to neutralize any federal legislation, mandate or executive order which the state in its sole discretion, determines to be beyond the constitutional scope and enumerated powers delegated to the United States government via the U.S. Constitution, in accordance with the Tenth Amendment which states unequivocally -
"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."
The Balance of Powers Act establishes state power and methods by which each state can self-regulate and govern, forcing the federal government to live within the confines of delegated powers enumerated in Article I - Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution, and protecting the states and people from unconstitutional intrusions into the rights of the people and their respective sovereign states.
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