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Dear Fellow American,

Those of you that know me, know that I love and have served our country in different capacities for the majority of my life.  I have stood for what's right in the face of; ridicule,  disbelief, skepticism, and physical harm.

Progressively, I have seen more and more Americans blindly and voluntarily turn over theirs rights to power hungry, money hungry thugs, either believing and having faith that these officials would do what's right for our Country or feeling powerless to make a difference. 

It is only now that more of us are waking up to the sad reality that a large part of our elected and non-elected officials have only their own personal agendas of power and financial gain in mind at our expense.

We have empowered and entrusted these officials with our well-being, yet they have set themselves up as rulers over us when, in fact, we should be ruling over them.

IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT WE STOP THIS NOW!  We are losing our Country to tyranny and I am afraid that if we do not act immediate it will be too late.  Our past freedoms and way of life will be gone and our children will suffer.

I am now convinced and committed to the belief that there is only one way to stop this from happening, get involved and reclaim the rights granted to us by the Constitution and our founding Fathers. 

I propose a revised States' Rights Initiative (SRI) that grants and limits Federal jurisdiction to Basic Human Rights and reclaims the rights and power of the State and its' residents.  A way of life granted and guaranteed by our Constitution. I beg you, I implore you, please help me save our country and our rights by demanding our elected officials support a revised States' Rights Initiative.

...Larry Nichols


States' Rights discussion on the Lisa Haven Radio Show - September 2015


Under the newly revised/proposed SRI, concern over State interference with Basic Human Rights would be abolished as Basic Human Rights would fall under Federal jurisdiction.  

Other laws which would fall under Federal jurisdiction would be limited to inter-state issues such as laws regarding vehicle safety, material transportation, pipeline safety, rail safety, etc.

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President Reagan, among others, understood the importance of States' Rights.




The cause of the rights of states had its champions including Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson, among many others.

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We should not underestimate the drive and determination of those non-patriots who are currently in power and the Federal Reserve.  They will continue to pursue their goals hoping to discourage us or wear us out. 


Thomas Jefferson was a States’ Right activist and a Democratic-Republican. He believed that the federal government should be given as little power as possible; in his opinion the federal government was very prone to becoming tyrannical.

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Congressional Democrats from the South, since returning to the government after the Civil War, had tried to restrict the federal government's power in the interest of states' rights



The Federalist Papers were a series of eighty-five essays urging the citizens of New York to ratify the new United States Constitution. Written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, the essays originally appeared anonymously in New York newspapers in 1787 and 1788 under the pen name "Publius." The Federalist Papers are considered one of the most important sources for interpreting and understanding the original intent of the Constitution.

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Jefferson was from the Democratic-Republican Party. They put emphasis on state rights. Jefferson felt that the counrty was too big to have all of its affairs directed by one govenment. He also felt that the common people should have the power and so the state governemnts should have more power because they know their people better.