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Audio: Coast to Coast A.M. broadcast On States Move To Exercise Sovereignty Over The Federal Government



Alternative media activist Alex Jones spoke about the issue of state sovereignty-- over 20 states have passed or proposed resolutions to maintain the 10th Amendment which asserts states' rights not expressly delegated to the federal government. Specifically, he said the US govt. had become intrusive to individual states in their policies on such issues as medical marijuana, home schooling, and gun control. Appearing during the latter half of the show, author Jerome Corsi said we were witnessing the beginning of a new movement sweeping the country with states fed up with the federal level of fiscal irresponsibility.

Joining the show in brief segments were Representatives Matt Shea, Jim Guest, Dan Itse, & Charles Key who described sovereignty efforts in their home states. Shea of Washington state, said they were sending a message, telling the Feds to back off. Jim Guest of Missouri cited the Real I.D. act as being particularly problematic.

Jones suggested the union was already gone and that America has been sold out to foreign banks. States have the right to dissolve the federal government in order to reconstitute it, he added. Both Corsi and Jones pointed toward a non-democratic globalist effort they believe is stealthily moving ahead with its plan for a world government/economy. 

February 16, 2009
Approx. 1 hour 50 min. broadcast, commercial free




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