Memorial Day and the Tenth Amendment
With respect to those who died during service Americans can advance life, liberty, and freedom by promoting the Tenth Amendment
Happy Memorial Day to surviving citizens who have lost a loved one who served our nation. Patriots show great respect to our military men and women who died while serving the United States.
We must remind ourselves of those who are part of the Special Ops whose status may show MIA, but many died while serving without proper acknowledgment.
Memorial Day was once known as Decoration Day.
Most government bureaucrats who lack the identity of a Patriot see Memorial Day as just another paid holiday. At the same time, loyal Americans understand the significance of Memorial Day and mourn the loss of our men and women.
Those who died while serving our nation swore to protect and serve our country.
The oath they took codified the entire constitution.
Those who served took bold action.
One of the most important actions we can take as living citizens is to read, understand, teach, and promote the Tenth Amendment, also known as Amendment X, which says:
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively or to the people.
Amendment X can nullify any federal overreach.
An informed citizenry can nullify the ATF, FBI, CIA, and all agencies counter to Life, Liberty, and Freedom.
Isn’t it time we advance the Tenth Amendment to nullify federal tyranny?
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