Brownback's new ploy would make it possible for the Republican legislature to impeach any judge who goes against Republican dogma
The Civil War is something a Texas Republican legislator, Dan Flynn, is attempting to repeat through a proposal that empowers just two Texas Republicans, the state house speaker and lieutenant governor, with authority to suspend any federal law within Texas's border.
In Missouri this week, Republicans moved forward another measure to nullify federal gun laws.
Bright says, "If the Tenth Amendment won't protect the Second, we might have to use the Second to protect the Tenth."
Republicans persistently claimed they, and only they, adhere to the constitution regardless they routinely disregard or misrepresent the document to fit their extremist vision under Republican rule.
Republicans have not given up on their dream for a Civil War do-over, when their ancestors made the apparent mistake to join the Union in suppressing the Southern rebellion.
Republicans in the state's legislature are proposing an official state religion by exempting North Carolina from following the Constitution's separation of church and state.
President Obama issued benign executive orders to quell the bloodshed from military-grade weapons, and Republicans responded with threats of civil war.
Another state has added its political voice of opposition to gay marriage. North Carolina approved an amendment forbidding same-sex marriage.
There are Americans who dearly want to repeat the Civil War experience and in Georgia, Republican legislators took the first step towards reviving the North/South conflict.
It has been 150 years since the Confederacy of Southern States seceded from the United States of America starting the deadliest war in American history. It should be a time to reflect on the disastrous turn of events that ripped America apart with a view toward never taking that terrible path again, but instead, some southern states are celebrating secession with balls and celebrations. As if celebrating America's darkest times wasn't bad enough, new talk of secession and nullification signals a long standing hatred of the United States of America by racists in the South, and the hate is spreading across the country.