1776 Conversation, April 21, 2024 (recording)

We have a duty to hold government officials to account , they must know they work for us. In this conference call we watched parts of a video discussing an important suis juris case in New Hampshire challenging unlawful changes to voting procedures. A great many of our election laws have been changed without the consent of the voters. The state can’t change its election laws without the consent of the governed. Watch the 1776 Conversation call here.

It does not take a majority to prevail but rather an irate, tireless minority keen on setting brush fires of freedom in the minds of men.

Whenever there is a controversy over your rights the courts have applied some type of test, means-ends scrutiny, to evaluate the public policy decision making of the state legislature vs the enumerated rights of the citizenry of the state. For many years this has been done inappropriately and is now being changed by the supreme court by recent precedents they’ve established in the Heller, Bruen and now Moore v Harper cases.

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