Category: Constitution

Understanding The Constitution

To understand the extent of federal power, you must first understand what type of government the Constitution created. During the Philadelphia Convention, many framers favored a strong national government. In fact, James Madison even proposed a federal veto on state…

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232 Years of Freedom

If you’ve ever toured Monticello, then you know that Thomas Jefferson had very strong opinions of what his legacy should be. He wanted to be remembered as the man who wrote the Declaration of Independence and as the “father” of…

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Tyrants Use Surveillance To Crush Dissent

Tyrants have always spied on their own people. Keith Laidler, a PhD Anthropologist, says that spying and surveillance are at least as old as civilization itself. And unfortunately it hasn’t been limited to just defense against external forces.  Tyrants have…

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The Throne and the Pulpit

There was a time in America when we had pastors and preachers in the similitude of Old Testament prophets. They were men who helped forge a land of freedom. Furthermore, they helped insure that in the United States there was…

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No Society Can Survive Ignorance

America’s decline has been an orchestrated event perpetrated at the highest levels of government.  Our rich heritage and history has been a thorn in the side of the left for many years, an impediment to their domination and control. In order to…

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Eliminate the Tyranny of Case Law

Most Americans assume that rulings and decisions handed down in cases that come before American courts are based on, and consistent with, the “rule of law”. But, regrettably, this is not true. In American courtrooms today, court rulings are not…

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Freedom Demands Vigilance

“Those who won our independence believed…that the greatest menace to freedom is an inert people, that public discussion is a political duty and that this should be a fundamental principle of the American government….They eschewed silence coerced by the law.”…

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Man is Not A Servant of the State

“The mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately, by the Grace of God.”  Thomas Jefferson For most of the 6,000 years of recorded…

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Will It Be Sovereignty or Submission?

“In the next century (now), nations as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single global authority and realize national sovereignty wasn’t such a great deal after all.”   Strobe Talbott, Deputy Secretary of State under Bill…

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Anti-Gunners, Dirty Tricks and Entrapment

  Some things in life are certain; bees buzz, cats meow, babies wet their pants, and the long nose of Mayor Bloomberg, which drips of self-righteousness, is stuck in every state’s business across the U.S. Instead of taking care of…

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A Republic, If You Can Keep It!

The U.S. is an exceptional nation in world history that stands for limited government, separation of powers, the rule of law, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, the right to bear arms and the free-market economy, etc. These have long…

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How Tyranny Rises and Freedom Falls

  This is how tyranny rises and freedom falls. What characterizes American government today is not so much dysfunctional politics as it is ruthlessly contrived governance carried out behind the entertaining, distracting and disingenuous curtain of political theater. And what…

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Declaration of Natural Rights

Human societies are guided and held together by ideas and a shared sense of morality. When the People lose sight of those foundational principles, corruption and dictatorial power inevitably take root, and once criminal elements have taken control of society…

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