KrisAnne Hall: What Does Scalia’s Death Mean Constitutionally?

What would Madison or Jefferson say about a new Justice? What does Scalia’s death mean Constitutionally? How should we proceed? What kind of judge are we looking for? Asking the proper questions to get the Constitutional answers. Subscribe to the KrisAnne Hall YouTube Channel Jefferson on Government “The Constitution… meant that its coordinate branches should […]

Free Speech: The Right to Tell the Government to Go to Hell

Repost from The Rutherford Institute Free speech is no longer free. Emboldened by phrases such as “hate crimes,” “bullying,” “extremism” and “microaggressions,” the government is whittling away at free speech, confining it to carefully constructed “free speech zones,” criminalizing it when it skates too close to challenging the status quo, shaming it when it butts […]

Sovereign States or Subjects?

A must listen-to show! Hear what KrisAnne presented to the Utah State Legislature. Are the states sovereign or are they subjects? Listen to what the framers said about the duty and function of state legislators. Could it be that the most powerful governmental entity in the US is not the Supreme Court but the state […]

TPP is Now Complete: Here is What You Get!

The cold hard facts about TPP. Its not a trade agreement. It is foreign rule. Do you know just how #wicked #TPP really is? If you can handle the #Truth here it is: https://t.co/AWj28qjqKY pic.twitter.com/iU91Zaw0wq — KrisAnne Hall (@KrisAnneHall) December 22, 2015

Exposing the Dangers Of Law Professor, Judicial Supremacy

February 3, 2016 By KrisAnne Hall A “scholar and professor of law’ has taken issue with the teaching of the founding fathers. Who do you believe is correct, a law professor or James Madison? You be the judge. Subscribe to the KrisAnne Hall YouTube Channel #libertymatters – Exposing the Dangers Of Law Professor, Judicial Supremacy […]

#NULLIFY #SCOTUS

States’ Reaction to Court’s Same-sex “Marriage” Ruling: A Little Talk, Even Less Action “To allow the policy question of same-sex marriage to be considered and resolved by a select, patrician, highly unrepresentative panel of nine is to violate a principle even more fundamental than no taxation without representation: no social transformation without representation.” So wrote […]