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10th Amendment - Limiting The Federal Government

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Todays show is in SPECIAL LOVING Memory of 3 long lost heros NEVER EVER to be forgotten and always to be remembered. 

The remains of Army Pfc. Lawrence N. Harris of Elkins, W.Va.; Cpl. Judge C. Hellums of Paris, Miss.; and Pvt. Donald D. Owens of Cleveland will be buried in a single casket, officials said.

 

 
The soldiers, assigned to the 773rd Tank Battalion, were fighting their way east to France’s eastern border in fall 1944, clearing German forces out of Parroy Forest near Lunéville.
 
The men were presumed dead after their M10 Tank Destroyer was attacked by enemy forces in October 1944. Two soldiers survived the attack, and DoD says evidence then indicated the soldiers’ remains were destroyed.

The tenth 10th Amendment limits the powers of the federal government to those delegated to it by the Constitution. 

One of the theoretical pillars of the United States Constitution is the idea of "checks and balances" among the powers and responsibilities of the three branches of American government: the executive, the legislative and the judiciary. For example, while the Congress (legislative) has the power to create law, the executive (President) can veto any legislation -- an act which, in turn, can be overridden by Congress. The President nominates judges to the nation's highest judiciary authority (The Supreme Court), but those nominees must be approved by Congress. The Supreme Court, in its turn, has the power to invalidate as "unconstitutional" any law passed by the Congress.

TONIGHT the 10th - so join us in the chat room or cal in lets talk The United States Constitution

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