The State’s Sovereignty Act is action by the States in the union to
reassert their duly owned State’s Rights. These actions, by the
states are NOT for seceding the union nor are they to call for a
constitutional convention where the Constitution could be
completely rewritten. The State’s Sovereignty Act is where the
state’s of the union of these united states of America put a federal government which was created by the states and the people, on notice that the states will no longer comply with unconstitutional actions such as Real ID, The Patriot Act, Gun Control, National Health Care, Nationalizing Banks, and selling America out to foreigners including foreign bankers.
The actions by the States show they are tired of collecting tax dollars from their state constituents and sending their money to Washington DC to a federal government for that federal government to send 1/3rd of it back to them with strings attached. If the states kept their own money, they would not be in financial hardships and the federal congress would be out a job while state legislators are held accountable to their people per the Constitution.
As Americans become more upset over each new “bailout” and the federal Congress has a deaf ear, the people have learned they have no representation – taxation without representation.
Please contact your state legislators, not your representatives to Washington DC but your local State Representatives and ask them if they support or oppose the State Sovereignty Right and if they will sponsor legislation or co-sponsor legislation declaring State Sovereignty as the Constitution declares. Feel free to send your representative to this sight for more information as we will be tracking the states.
Please post here, your representatives name and phone number and how they responded to your request.
One final point, as American patriots fought the British for about 8 years in the American Revolution, remember, it was a group of people who formed a state and then another state and so forth. Then these people who formed these states formed a federal government with limited powers. All powers rest with the people who created both the states and the federal government and it is the people who, as creator, can remove abusive powers.
The State’s Sovereignty Act is based on the united states of America Constitution:
U.S. Constitution: Ninth Amendment
Ninth Amendment – Unenumerated Rights
The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.
U.S. Constitution: Tenth Amendment
Tenth Amendment – Reserved Powers