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Wisconsin is not alone — Grassroots in Nebraska Group Stands up for Taxpayer!

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe Feb 25th: My guess is that every state in the union has this problem. We will all be forced to address the issue of ‘us’ taxpayer’s being held hostage at the public trough. History says it cannot go on forever . We must address the problems now and get our fiscal houses in order from city to county to state to federal levels. It will take all of us just saying NO over and over and over again.

We cannot spend more that we take in and the printing presses in continuous motion mean the money in circulation will soon be worthless.

R3publicans will find Grassroots in Nebraska articles well researched and documented for you to do further research easily. Please educate yourself and share as you deem appropriate!
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Immigration: A State or Federal Issue?

The Arizona controversy has resulted in a debate over immigration and legislation dealing with issue in other states. Questions arise about jurisdiction, birthright citizenship and state sovereignty. What does the Constitution say and what is the history of the issue? Continue reading

Sovereignty Special! Join R3s Friday Night to Listen and Share

This Friday evening 6-8PM CST, Shelli Dawdy will be filling in as host of the Axxiom for Liberty radio show on Rule of Law Radio Network for Kaye Beach. Sitting in as her co-host for the evening will be Sandra Crosnoe.

We will be discussing the issue of state sovereignty, some of the current issues impacting its status, and ideas for additional action.

Guest Line-Up Includes: Linda Rohman from Nebraska, Amanda Teegarden of OK-SAFE, Oklahoma State Representative and Sovereignty Champion Charles Key, and a very special guest former Oklahoma Congressional District 4 Candidate and currently serving in Afghanistan National Guard Air Traffic Controller Chief RJ Harris. Continue reading

Charles Key: Champion of the People and Hero for State Sovereignty!

Click on pic to read the rest of the original story! Rep. Key introduced a resolution in 2008 in the Oklahoma State legislature with the intent of centering legislative debate on a Constitutional basis. The resolution was a simple reiteration of principles articulated in the Constitution regarding the role of the federal government in relation … Continue reading

The Constitutionality of Health Care Reform? FAQs

Many within the grassroots movement were encouraged to learn that the Attorneys General in at least 14 states have joined in a lawsuit against the federal government challenging the constitutionality of the health insurance reform legislation Congress recently passed and President Obama signed into law. Continue reading

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