The Becker Report – October 2019
What would the US Constitution say if we amended it to reflect how it is currently implemented?
Article I would be amended to state that, “the Congress shall be impotent and cede all consequential decisions to the executive and judicial branches of the government. Additionally, all bills duly passed and signed into law shall be subject to veto or alteration per any federal judge’s discretion.” It would be further amended to repeal section 8 (enumerated powers) and replace it with, “the federal government has no limitations and can do anything they want for any reason or no reason.”
Article II would be amended to state that, “the President shall be subordinate to the Courts. All presidential decisions and authority shall be subject to veto or alteration per any federal judge’s discretion.”
Article III would be amended to state that, “the Courts shall be all powerful and shall rule by oligarchical decree with unbridled authority over the Constitution, Congress, President, States, and the People. The power of the Courts shall be unbridled, absolute, final, without question, and their direction shall be carried out by the Congress, President, States, and the People per the Court’s discretion and direction.” It would be further amended to state that, “in the absence of associate justices, the Chief Justice shall be the highest authority in the land and with absolute power.”
Article V would be amended to include the words, “Be afraid. Be very afraid.”
Article VI, Paragraph 2, would be amended to strike the words, “in pursuance thereof.” It would be further amended to state that, “regardless of constitutional authority, the laws and decrees of the federal government shall supersede and be superior to all laws and ordinances of the states, territories, and subdivisions thereof.”
First Amendment – Add paragraph as follows: “This amendment also applies to the states, territories, and subdivisions thereof. The Christian religion, prayers, writings, and symbols shall not be permitted on public property.” The freedom of the press shall be sacrosanct and shall not be infringed.
Second Amendment – Would be amended to strike the words, “the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”
Ninth Amendment – Repealed
Tenth Amendment – Repealed
Fourteenth Amendment would be amended to state that, “Any and all allusions to, or illusions of, state’s rights are hereby repealed.” It would be further amended to state that, “the right to life does not apply to children until some period of time after birth to be determined by the mother and the Courts.”
New Amendment: No State or Territory has the right to self-determination or independence. No secession shall occur without the permission of the US Supreme Court.
New Amendment: This Constitution is a living breathing document. The words of this document have no meaning other than what the federal judges say the meanings are. Furthermore, this document may be amended by the Courts at any time per their discretion.
Conservative Amendment Wish List
New Amendment: The Constitution means what it says and is to be interpreted per its original intent.
New Amendment: The right to life shall apply to all persons beginning at fertilization and no human life may be taken without due process of law.
Liberal Amendment Wish List
Second Amendment shall be repealed and replaced with, “No weapons of any kind can be privately owned. The federal government may use any and all means necessary to confiscate any and all weapons, ammunition, and accessories not specifically authorized under federal law. No state, territory, nor local subdivision may authorize weapons ammunition, or accessories. Furthermore, they must cooperate with federal authorities to seize any and all weapons by any means necessary.”
Fourteenth Amendment would be amended to state that, “regardless of immigration status and regardless of cost, a woman’s right to free abortions is sacrosanct and shall not be infringed. Abortions include post birth executions until the age of the child that the mother decides and for any reason or no reason.”
New Amendment: Sex as observed at birth shall not be considered when determining gender. The people’s right to determine and change gender at any time and for any reason or no reason shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status and regardless of cost, the right to free quality hormone treatments and sex change procedures shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status and regardless of cost, the right to free quality birth control shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status and regardless of cost, the right to free quality food shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status and regardless of cost, the right to free quality housing and utilities shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status and regardless of cost, the right to free quality education including but not limited to preschool, kindergarten, primary, secondary, post-secondary, graduate, post graduate, vocational and technical training shall not be infringed. Furthermore, local school boards shall determine the needs of their school district and the states shall fund them accordingly and with no limits. No vouchers shall be permitted for any purpose other than public education. Additionally, any and all subjects related to morality and/or Christianity shall not be allowed at anytime and for any reason.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status, the right to a living wage of $15 per hour annually adjusted per the Consumer Price Index shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status and regardless of cost, the right to free quality transportation shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status and regardless of cost, the right to free quality healthcare shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status and regardless of cost, the right to free quality childcare shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status and regardless of cost, the right to free quality eldercare shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status, every adult resident shall receive a monthly universal wage of at least $500, annually adjusted per the Consumer Price Index, and that right shall not be infringed.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status, every worker must join a labor union and shall pay union dues per the direction of the union bosses.
New Amendment: All personal incomes from any source including income equivalents exceeding $1 million annually shall be taxed at 100 percent.
New Amendment: All personal wealth exceeding $10 million shall be taxed at 100 percent.
New Amendment: Regardless of immigration status, all working people shall be taxed at any level necessary to provide for all persons either unwilling or unable to work.
New Amendment: Without regard to equal opportunities, equal outcomes shall be paramount.
New Amendment: The United States shall have open borders and the rights of the citizens of the world to immigrate shall not be infringed.
Becker Donates Controversial Pay Raise to Community Organizations
For more information, see the January 2019 edition of The Becker Report.
January 2019 – The Cincinnati Nature Center received my personal check for $154.69.
February 2019 – Ohio Concerns of Police Survivors (Ohio C.O.P.S.) got my on-line donation for $154.69.
March 2019 – I delivered a personal check for $313.73 to the Goshen Township Bicentennial Committee. The increase in the amount of my donation is because of my promotion to be chairman of the Federalism Committee. It reflects the net portion of the controversial pay increase that was included in my chairmanship increment.
April 2019 – My wife and I presented our $313.73 donation to Days of Wonder. Based in Batavia, they are a school for homeschool kids.
May 2019 – The Promont House Museum in the City of Milford was the recipient of my personal donation of $313.73. Promont is a Victorian mansion circa 1865 and the former home of John M. Pattison, Ohio’s 43rd Governor. It is currently owned and operated as a museum by the Greater Milford Area Historical Society.
June 2019 – The Adams County Humane Society and the Adams County Fair spilt my June donation and received $156.87 each. The animal shelter will use the funds for animal care supplies. The Fair will use the money to purchase new flags.
July 2019 – People Working Cooperatively (PWC) was the recipient of my $313.73 for their project house in Owensville. The money will be used for an accessible bathroom renovation.
August 2019 – The Scioto County Right to Life received my personal check for $313.73. They will use the money to fund billboards along US 23.
September 2019 – I presented my personal check for $313.73 to Clermont Senior Services at their annual fundraising banquet. They’ll be using the funds for elder care.
October 2019 – My personal check for $313.73 went to New Life Fellowship Church on Shepard Road in Union Township, Clermont County for their annual Children’s Christmas Gift giveaway. They will be using the funds to purchase additional gifts for needy area children.
Becker Bills in the Ohio House of Representatives
HR 55 – Build the Wall. This resolution urging congress to fund a physical barrier across the southern border has been assigned to the Transportation Committee.
HB 39 – Replica Vehicles. This is a bill I’m doing with John Patterson to create a special category for these unique vehicles. It is in the Transportation Committee.
HB 153 – Working Officials Requirements Key (WORK) Act. This bill requires county elected officials to show up at their office at least five times every 30 days. It is in the State and Local Government Committee and has had its first hearing.
HB 176 – Convention and Visitors’ Bureaus. This is a bill I’m doing with Tom Brinkman. It requires open records.
HB 182 – Abortion Insurance Coverage. The bill stops insurance companies from paying for abortions. It does not apply to self-insured private companies nor does it prevent any company from directly contracting with an abortionist. It has been assigned to the Insurance Committee and has had its first hearing.
HB 219 – Sunday Alcohol, Liquor, and Especially Spirits Act (SALES). I’m doing this bill with Representative Jim Hoops. In short, HB 219 removes the Sunday option. All businesses currently allowed to sell alcohol during the week will also be allowed Sunday sales. Voters retain the option to vote their precinct dry. It has been assigned to the Commerce & Labor Committee.
Repeal Hyde Amendment: AOC & The Squad Want Your Tax Money for Abortions (20 minutes)
Why I Don’t Want and Don’t Deserve Reparations (5 minutes)
Trump vs. Hitler: Who Is Worse? (6 minutes)
PragerU vs. Google Press Conference (10 minutes)
Students vs. Chinese: Cultural Appropriation (4 minutes)
Evolution: Bacteria to Beethoven (6 minutes)
Trivia: Kardashians vs. Communists (3 minutes)
Frederick Douglass: From Slave to Statesman (6 minutes)
NYC Will Fine You For Saying ‘Illegal Alien’ (4 minutes)
All I Want to Do Is Make Cookies (5 minutes)
Public Pensions: An Economic Time Bomb (5 minutes)
A Caring Place is holding its annual dinner at the Oasis beginning at 6 PM.
Election Day from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM.
Trump 2020 Campaign Volunteer meeting at 7 PM at GOP HQ in Batavia.
Veterans’ Day Parade and GOP HQ open house in Batavia.
Union Township GOP meeting for the purposes of considering Chris Hicks’ Impeachment and removal from office at 7 PM at the Union Township Civic Center.
Clermont County GOP at HQ at 7 PM.
Celebrate Life Banquet: Enough is Enough at the Cincinnati Marriott North in West Chester beginning at 5:30 PM.
Becker for Clermont County Commissioner – Vetted, Tested, and Proven!
“Clermont County State Rep. John Becker, one of the most conservative members of the Ohio House…” according to Cleveland.com (August 2019).
Becker wins “Sponsor of Liberty” award by the Republican Liberty Caucus of Ohio (October 2018).
“Becker has a legitimate claim as the state’s most conservative legislator,” according to The [Cleveland] Plain Dealer (September 2017).
“Rep. John Becker, suburban Cincinnati Republican… [holds] the unofficial title as the General Assembly’s most conservative lawmaker,” proclaimed the Columbus Dispatch (September 2015).
Becker wins prestigious William Wilberforce Leadership Award (April 2015). “GOP Ohio House freshman Becker is no shrinking violet,” headlined the Columbus Dispatch (December 2014).
“Becker…is arguably the most conservative member of the Ohio House,” said The Cincinnati Enquirer (January 2014).
Ranked as a top tier “most archconservative” by the Columbus Dispatch (September 2013).
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