Resolution to Restore Indiana

(SOMEBODY PLEASE INTRODUCE THIS! …Bill, Joint Resolution, Concurrent or Simple Resolution…I don’t care. I’d most love to see this become an amendment to our constitution…along with clear penalties for violation of our rule of law):

Whereas, the plain wording of  Article I Section 25 of the Indiana Constitution, and Indiana Code 1-1-2: Sec. 1, and the 10th Amendment to the Constitution for the United States of America, is binding law;

Be it resolved that;

No state or federal law, agency, program or international treaty that depends upon authority not specifically granted by the Constitution of the State of Indiana, or Constitution for the United States of America,  shall be valid;

Any state or federal agency, law,  program or international treaty transcending authority specifically granted by the Constitution of the State of Indiana, or the Constitution for the United States of America is null and void;

Unconstitutional laws, agencies, programs and treaties have created both problems and dependencies that will take time to rectify;

Therefore;

All unconstitutional governing powers, delegations, laws, programs, treaties and entities that cannot be immediately nullified must be phased out within no more than ten years.

BattleofLongisland
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  1. I like it. Now we need a class action lawsuit against all elected officials who fail to uphold their oath of office. Some 80% or more of what the federal government does is unconstitutional. Not sure how much of the State constitution is violated. We the People need to sue to restore the limits of both. Carolyn Flynn

  2. I’d be fine with just a restoration of rule of law without any accusations, because…where would that end?
    We can’t jail all the voters…
    I’d be delighted with a humble recognition that we messed up and need to do better. But even without that, a No Fault divorce from authoritarianism and a turn back toward liberty and justice for all would be just fine by me.


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