Truth About Treaties
by KrisAnne Hall, JD
Constitutionally speaking a treaty is a very specific federal act that must be established under conditions established by the Constitution. Every “deal” is not a treaty and every treaty is not constitutionally authorized.
Why Media Has Become a Tool of the Political Complex
by KrisAnne Hall, JD
Over the years the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) has been used as a Trojan horse to unload dangerous legislation on America people. The subject of this article was a deception offered up in an amendment to the NDAA of 2012 sponsored by Representative Thornberry from Texas called Dissemination of Information Abroad and was passed by the conservative Congress of 2012. This bill was also referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs as a separate bill titled HR 5736, The Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012. Although we were able to defeat this piece of legislation in 2011, Thornberry and his co-sponsors were able to sneak it through in the 2012 session and The Smith-Mundt Modernization Act was signed into law, proving the price of Liberty is eternal vigilance, the consequence of inattention is tyranny. This act overturned a prohibition that has been in place since 1948 and made it possible for the US Government use tax dollars to fund the dissemination of propaganda to influence American citizens.
Immediately, the question comes up, why should we care, now? Wasn’t domestic propaganda something that the Obama administration engaged in regularly? Would any of us disagree that the mainstream media is a tool of the political complex? Read on and see just why there should be national outrage over this Act, passed by a conservative Congress.
Progressives & Modern Feminists Don’t Want You To Know these Heroic Women
By KrisAnne Hall, JD
Many who would rewrite history, would have us to believe the women during the revolution were oppressed subservient wives of overbearing, misogynistic husbands who dictated policy in the home. Nothing could be further from the truth. The founding women of our nation carried themselves with dignity and strength; believing with their hearts and souls the value of Liberty was worthy of their families’ sacrifice. These were women of principle, of courage, and of great resolve, willing to sacrifice all so that their children could be free.
*Note: The following is a letter I sent to Professor Jared Goldstein, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Roger Williams University School of Law. I emailed this letter on February 23, 2019 and have, to this day, not received a reply. It is only when I received no reply that I decided to make this email public for two purposes:
1. To encourage others, who may read or hear error or false assertions given by someone society entrusts with the responsibility of the title of "professor" or "expert", to write to that person and offer correction and or discussion. Often, when people contact me with their comments or concerns, the discussions we have are very beneficial to both parties. It is essential in the preservation of Liberty and Truth that we do not stand silent in the face of error.
2. To offer encouragement to Professor Goldstein to actually read my email and consider the facts presented and perhaps alter his perspective and therefore aid in the education of truth to the students of Roger Williams School of Law and thereby the future of America.
I hope the general reader will find not only education, but inspiration to take a public stand. "'Tis not in numbers but in unity that our great strength lies..." says Thomas Paine and Americans must be united in Truth and Liberty.
Has The Constitution Failed?
By KrisAnne Hall, JD
There is an argument that seems to resurface repeatedly that the Constitution has failed and as a result, American politics are out of control. I have seen these arguments posited by journalists, professors, and Supreme Court justices. The standard argument declares two failed intentions for the Constitution: