The back door to Obamacare is highlighted inRED in SB 709 shown below. The part to look at in SB 709 comes after UNLESS.
Arkansas SB 709 is a bad piece of legislation. SB709 will not stop Obamacare coming into Arkansas, but provides a back door access to providing Obamacare. State Sovereignty and the 10th Amendment MUST be enforced by our elected officials. We must remember that the states are the Employer and the Federal Government is the Employee. State Nullification of Obamacare is the only method that can be used. The nullification process has been included below.
Taking into consideration that the state of Arkansas enacted a mandatory water fluoridation law (ACT 197) in 2011, we should be demanding that our state legislators pass into law in 2013 the same infant formula warning to protect the babies of Arkansas. On August 4th, 2012, the state of New Hampshire will become the first […]
Request from Connie Burks of Harrison and concerned citizens of Perry County – URGENT:
Seven years ago, ANRC and ADEQ almost persuaded Gov. Huckabee to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (Watershed Pact) with the Missouri governor, which would have given undue power of bureaucratic agencies over the state legislature and county and municipal governments. Public pressure caused him to withdraw from signing.
Now, a Perry County Quorum Court meeting is scheduled forMonday, May 14, 2012, to vote on incorporating a county Watershed District.
David Gearhart, Chancellor for the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, has invited legislators to hear 5 illegal aliens speak at a panel discussion on Monday, April 23, 2012, 7:30 p.m., at the Fayetteville Town Center. The subject of the panel is, “Undocumented: Living in the Shadows.”
This is a direct violation of U.S. Statute 8 USC, Section 1324a, which states “…any person who knowingly hires, harbors or transports any illegal alien is guilty of a felony punishable to 10 years jail plus $2000 fine per illegal alien.”
Gearhart knows he is promoting lawlessness as illustrated by this quote in his invitation: “Two panelists are university students who grew up in Arkansas. The other three panelists grew up in Massachusetts, New York and Virginia, respectively. Their undocumented immigration status makes travel within the U.S. difficult and risky and their ability to work legally impossible. They are taking a significant risk by making themselves so publicly visible.”
The letter below shows how the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and theNational Council of State Legislators (NCSL)are working together to force a Constitutional Convention (Con-Con) that could, and most probably would, dismantle or throw out altogether our Constitution, just as the founders did in 1787 when they discarded the Articles of Confederation. This letter, from the National […]