Arkansas Vets Coalition

Veterans, Reserves and Active Duty from all parts of Arkansas and across the nation, coming together to support those persons who best exemplify the principles on which our nation was founded - Fiscal Responsibility, Independent & self-sustaining, Freedoms GUARANTEED by our Constitution and Bill of Rights, serving our country not for personal gain but for the common good!!
WE are dedicated to making a difference once more.
We have served in all branches of military beginning with the Revolutionary WAR and continuing in every conflict to include more recently from beaches of Normandy, in jungles of SE Asia, to conflicts in Bosnia, Somalia, The Gulf War, Iraqi Freedom, all through the Cold War Period of 1945 - 1991, dedicating our lives to fighting terrorism in both Afghanistan and Iraq,
we now arise to serve again, fighting to reclaim our country and the principals upon which is was founded!!.


09 April 2010

Gov. Mike Beebe, AG Dustin McDaniel & Assistant AG Joe Cordi needs to honor their Oath plus responsibility!!

Arkansas Constitution of 1874
Article 19.
Miscellaneous Provisions.
20. Oath of office.

Senators and Representatives, and all judicial and executive, State and county officers, and all other officers, both civil and military, before entering on the duties of their respective offices, shall take and subscribe to the following oath of affirmation:  [this is a sworn oath]

"I, ________, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of ________, upon which I am now about to enter."

Signed Copies of the Affirmation and Attestation of the above Oath of Office is filed with the Secretary of State and is/was administered by the Chief Supreme Court Justice of the State of Arkansas.

Arkansas Code Annotated
Chapter 21
Uniform Law To Oppose Federal Encroachment On State Rights

25-21-101. Study of existing federal legislation.
25-21-102. Study of proposed federal legislation.
25-21-103. Investigation of federal legislation on request of Senators or Representatives.
25-21-104. Appointment of Deputy or Assistant Attorney General.
25-21-105. Membership in interstate organization.
25-21-106. Title.

25-21-101. Study of existing federal legislation.

In order to secure concerted action among the states to oppose federal encroachments upon the state powers, and to expedite the proper execution of the responsibility of the government in the war effort, it shall be the duty of the Attorney General to cooperate with the attorneys general of other cooperating states in making a study of existing federal legislation to determine whether, by the establishment of federal bureaus, boards, or commissions, or otherwise, such legislation has resulted in objectionable or harmful encroachments upon the normal field of state functions and powers, and, except during the war and insofar as the legislation is reasonably related to the conduct of the war to call to the attention of this state's Senators and Representatives in Congress all legislation which, in his opinion, is objectionable or harmful in this respect. He shall also furnish each such Senator and Representative a written statement of the reasons for his belief that such legislation is objectionable or harmful to the state, together with his suggestions for appropriate congressional legislation to remedy same.
History. Acts 1943, No. 166, § 1; A.S.A. 1947, § 5-401.

25-21-102. Study of proposed federal legislation.

It shall also be the duty of the Attorney General to likewise cooperate with such other attorneys general in making studies and examinations of all now pending or hereafter proposed congressional legislation to determine whether the same may result in federal encroachments into the normal field of state legislation or state functions, or whether same is harmful or beneficial to the interests of the state or its citizens, and to advise the Senators and Representatives in writing of his opinion and views with respect thereto, together with his reasons therefor; and to suggest any amendments to any such pending or proposed legislation which the Attorney General deems appropriate or necessary to protect the interests of the state and its citizens.
History. Acts 1943, No. 166, § 2; A.S.A. 1947, § 5-402.

25-21-103. Investigation of federal legislation on request of Senators or Representatives.

The Attorney General shall also make any reasonable or appropriate investigation or study of any existing or proposed federal legislation to determine its effect upon the state and its citizens whenever he is requested so to do by any of this state's Senators or Representatives in Congress and report the result of such investigation or study.
History. Acts 1943, No. 166, § 3; A.S.A. 1947, § 5-403.

25-21-104. Appointment of Deputy or Assistant Attorney General.

The Attorney General shall appoint a Deputy or Assistant Attorney General whose principal duty shall be to assist in the performance of the duties imposed by this chapter. The
compensation of the Deputy or Assistant shall be paid out of the appropriation for the Attorney General's Office contained in the general appropriation act.
History. Acts 1943, No. 166, § 4; A.S.A. 1947, § 5-404.

25-21-105. Membership in interstate organization.

The Attorney General and/or his said Deputy or Assistant is authorized to become a member of an organization now existing or hereafter formed, the membership consisting of the attorneys general of the various states, and/or their deputies or assistants, and the purpose of said organization being to bring about the joint or concerted action of said states to preserve in the states their normal powers, obligations, and functions, as provided by the Constitution of the United States. The Attorney General is authorized to pay, out of the bill of appropriations for conducting his office, this state's fair part or proportion of any proper expenses incurred by said organization in furtherance of the purposes of this chapter.
History. Acts 1943, No. 166, § 5; A.S.A. 1947, § 5-405.

25-21-106. Title.

This chapter may be cited as the “Uniform Law to Oppose Federal Encroachments”.
History. Acts 1943, No. 166, § 6; A.S.A. 1947, § 5-406.

Article 15.
Impeachment and Address.

     1. Officers subject to impeachment - Grounds.

The Governor and all State officers, Judges of the Supreme and Circuit Courts, Chancellors and Prosecuting Attorneys, shall be liable to impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors, and gross misconduct in office; but the judgment shall go no further than removal from office and disqualification to hold any office of honor, trust or profit under this State. An impeachment, whether successful or not, shall be no bar to an indictment.

      2. Impeachment by House - Trial by Senate - Presiding officer. 

The House of Representatives shall have the sole power of impeachment. All impeachments shall be tried by the Senate. When sitting for that purpose, the Senators shall be upon oath or affirmation; no person shall be convicted without the concurrence of two-thirds of the members thereof. The Chief Justice shall preside, unless he is impeached or otherwise disqualified, when the Senate shall select a presiding officer.

      3. Officers removable by Governor upon address. 

The governor, upon the joint address of two-thirds of all the members elected to each House of the General Assembly, for good cause, may remove the Auditor, Treasurer, Secretary of State, Attorney-General, Judges of the Supreme and Circuit Courts, Chancellors and Prosecuting Attorneys.

After reading this information, I believe any reasonalbe person will conclude that both our Governor and AG are in violation of several offenses as defined within the above!!  This also includes the Assistant AG as well

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