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Update posted 6 days ago

Petition to Zach J. Cook

Impeach Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham

To the Honorable Legislators of the state of New Mexico, In accordance with the Constitution of the state of New Mexico, Article II Bill of Rights, Section 16; Treason against the state shall consist only in levying war against it, adhering to its enemies, or giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court. To be sure, there’s no colloquial misuse of a legal term: The term “treason” as defined in this context “enemies,” for example, must be countries against which Congress has formally declared war or otherwise authorized the use of force. To be sure, there’s no colloquial misuse of a legal term: The term “enemy”, as defined in this context means; A person who is actively opposed or hostile to someone or something.  A hostile nation or its armed forces or citizens..  A thing that harms or weakens something else   The President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, has "authorized the use of force” by deploying the National Guard to the southern borders of New Mexico as to protect its citizens from illegal entry and or illegal activities of our enemies. The governor of the state of New Mexico, Michelle Lujan Grisham, has overruled this authorization of the President and ordered the removal of the National Guard. By doing so, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has deliberately and recklessly aided our enemies in illegal entry to the state, committing illegal activities and endangering the safety of its citizens. Therefore, by this reason, let we the people of the State of New Mexico bear witness and decree that Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham be impeached from office on grounds of Treason and we affirm this decree by signing of this petition.

John Daniel
70,444 supporters
Update posted 1 week ago

Petition to Russell M Nelson

Update the "Honor Code" at BYU

Isn't it about time for BYU to update the honor code. Why is it that BYU demands so much more of its students than the LDS church does of its temple worthy members? Shouldn't the code be based on each individuals HONOR to live in accordance with LDS standards and not some arbitrary rules that were made up in 1957? This is not a proposal to get rid of the code, rather update it so that it is inline with modern day LDS standards. As a church that has Christ at the center of it, its school "BYU" should be loving and accepting of those that meet its rigorous academic qualifications while understanding that not everyone has the same moral, health and grooming standards and that 18-22 year old kids will make mistakes (big shocker right ;-). Students should not be tattled on, judged or expelled, they should be given the trust that the school will help them and that they can confide in their ecclesiastical leaders to try and work through any issues. Forgiveness should be at the core of the honor code as that is what Christ preaches and provides to all who earnestly seek it, why should BYU be any different? If the code is updated there will be no need for the Honor Code Office, students will finally be able to act REAL and LEARN valuable lessons in a loving environment without looking over their shoulders in fear that someone is judging them or going to rat them out.  To clarify, this advocates for a SELF reported "On My Honor" code based on LDS standards that refrains from the following: Breaking of the law Premarital Sex Alcohol or drugs Cheating It does not advocate for a dictated code that enforces weird rules like; No beards or long hair Piercings  Shorts have to be knee-length or longer Visitors of the opposite sex can't visit your bedroom or bathroom Encouraged tattling Curfews etc. For the history of the BYU Honor Code and all its changes over the years please visit : *The honor code was not a revelation given to anyone of the twelve or the presidency and should not be viewed as doctrine. Sign this today if you want to be a part of the latest change to the BYU "Honor Code" and let's all make BYU a better place to be!              

Michelle Peralta Junior
2,736 supporters
Update posted 2 weeks ago

Petition to The Maryland General Assembly

I DO NOT Support Any Additional Gun Control in Maryland.

Maryland has some of the most restrictive firearms laws in the United States. The new proposals for 2019 include: Criminalize leaving a firearm in your home with your spouse. Surrendering certain rifles acquired legally since 2013 to authorities, or face confiscation and prosecution. Requiring a 7 day waiting period for all firearms purchases, not just handguns. Limiting lawful citizens who have already undergone a comprehensive background check to purchasing just 1 firearm per month. Banning the rental of handguns at shooting ranges. Banning the lending regulated firearms (including handguns) to anyone, even family members, at shooting ranges. Requiring finger printing, training, a waiting period, and a license to purchase a rifle in Maryland. A First Amendment Attack in the form of a ban on the possession, receipt, or distribution of information (this would include books) on how to "manufacture" a firearm. After Maryland passed the most comprehensive ban on firearms in the state's history in 2013, and imposed draconian licensing requirements for honest citizens, the number of deaths by shooting (and by shooting only) in Baltimore City DOUBLED, and have not fallen since. The single most significant causal factor was the implementation of the "Firearms Safety Act of 2013", which in reality protected only criminals. It is time to stop the madness and the war on law abiding firearms owners in Maryland. The undersigned are opposed to the continual erosion and infringement of our Second Amendment rights in Maryland, to include but not be limited to the following bills in the 2019 Session: HB92, HB95, HB96, HB523, HB612, SB8, SB113, SB346 and SB737.  

Maryland Shall Issue
15,724 supporters