The United States Government is based on the Constitution
The Declaration of Independance
The Constitution describes restrictions placed upon the government from enacting laws. All of the description of the government outlined in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights are all of the form, "The Government Cannot make a law..."
The Ammendments to the constitution
The first 10 are called, the Bill of Rights
The first ammendment says the government is not allowed to make laws against people practicing the religion of their choice. The government is not allowed to make laws against people assembling. The government is not allowed to make a law establishing one religion over any other. The government is not allowed to prevent people from saying or writing whatever they want.
A well regulated militia. We currently are fighting against a domestic enemy. Who are they? What is their agenda? One World Government or New World Order.
Can't put soldiers in people's homes. Unless congress declares war and makes up a set of rules.
the right against
The 11th Ammendment
The 12th Ammendment
The 13th Ammendment
The 14th Ammendment
There are 3 branches of Government
Executive Branch is composed of the President and Vice President and the President's cabinet and the military and the beurocracy, over which the president presides. If the president is killed, the vice president takes over. If the president and the vice president are killed, the Speaker of the House of Representatives takes over.
Legislative Branch is composed of a legislature with two houses. These houses vote amongst themselves to make laws. Laws are proposed, either in the House or the Senate, and if that house votes for them, then it goes to a conference comittee meeting with the other house (the Senate or the House) and once both houses agree (and yes -- often other language is snuck in that nobody noticed!) then the final bill goes to the president to either Sign or Veto. If he or she signs it, then it becomes the law. If he or she doesn't sign it, then congress may vote on it again and if they get a 3/5ths majority, it becomes law anyway.
The House is composed of 435 members representing congressional districts around the country, elected by the people ever 4 years.
The Senate is composed of 100 members representing 2 from each state. These days, they are also elected by the people every 4 years, but staggered, 2 years away from the house members.
Judicial Branch is the courts. The Local, Municiple, County, State and Supreme courts.
California hasn't yet finished counting votes from the primary election on June 7th. The vote canvas (count) is due to be finished by July 8th. On that day, the secretary of state is required to certify the vote, unless a lawsuit prevents certification due to malfeasance. This is possible this year as such a lawsuit has been filed. Stay tuned!
Delegates to the Democratic and Republican Conventions
The expensive hotels required for the democratic district delegates.
Bernie Sanders Delegates are holding a fundraising event to help afford the exhorbitant hotel rates at the democratic convention. The event is called, "Bernstock" and will take place next weekend on Sunday, July 10, 2016 from 11am until 7pm at Real Goods Solar Living Center at 13771 US Hyway 101 in Hopland 95449. For further info, call 707-272-5208.
Electors vs Delegates -- Can electors invalidate Mr. Trump?
The Democratic Convention this year will be run by bigwigs in the democratic party who have largely been placed in those positions by the corrupt Debbie Wasserman-Shultz before she left in disgrace.
Hillary Clinton is called the "presumptive" nominee. She needs 2250 delegate votes for herself in order to actually be the nominee before the convention. Since she doesn't have that, then it will of course be a contested convention. The first round of voting at the convention only needs a majority -- 2026 votes (1 more than half) to win. If neither delegate has that number, then there's a second round of voting which will actually include the Superdelegates.
Will the democratic convention be fair? No. Nevada and California weren't fair. They'll just lie. You can see it on the videos.
At the Nevada Democratic Statewide Convention, Roberta Lange lied and then all the National TV news shows lied.
At Long Beach Democratic Statewide Convention this kind of lying occured.
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