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There Will Be No Second American Revolution

There Will Be No Second American Revolution

The powers-that-be want us to feel powerless to protect ourselves and reliant on and grateful for the dubious protection provided by the American police state. Their strategy is working. The tree of liberty is dying. There will be no second American Revolution.

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Why Does America Have a Written Constitution? 

Why Does America Have a Written Constitution? 

What is a constitution?  A constitution organizes, distributes and regulates the power of the state.  A constitution sets out the structure of the state, the major state institutions, and the principles governing their relations with each other and with the state’s citizens.

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Snipers and The Overthrow of Rights

If the narrative presented by the media and government were actually true, and I doubt that it is, what should be done? So we have an irate black man with a gun killing police officers. What should be done? Take away everyone’s guns

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Grinding Down The (American) Slaves and Crushing Them from Beneath!

Grinding Down The (American) Slaves and Crushing Them from Beneath!

I could not help hearing what the propagandists were broadcasting while the FBI Director was talking of the “carelessness” of Hillary Clinton’s compromise of America’s security (caught once again in the act of treason). He even went so far as to say that no reasonable prosecutor would take up charges against her. How telling could it be, America?

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From the Declaration of Independence, at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: Billy Hathorn)

Independence Day: A Godly Theme to Be Imitated Perpetually?

This week we celebrate the 240th birth day of our Constitutional Republic. Our founders laid down the immutable principles for the foundation of our civil government in that great document we call the Unanimous Declaration of Independence. It was a document of secession, many are surprised to hear that, but that’s what it was; they were seceding from the government of Great Britain, separating to form a new country and a new civil government.

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From Brexit to Liberty and Hopefully So Much More

From Brexit to Liberty and Hopefully So Much More

As Americans, we at one time determined to dissolve the political bands which had, quoting the Declaration of Independence, “joined us with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them.” The foundation of our call for Independence was the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God.

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The Takers and the Givers

The Takers and the Givers

There are two types of people in this world: the takers and the givers. The takers give no thought to the effect their decisions have on others.

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Nanny State Payday Loan Meddling

Nanny State Payday Loan Meddling

President Reagan famously observed that, “the nine most dangerous words in the English language are ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.'” This is a warning worth keeping in mind when logging onto the website of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and immediately encountering in large letters, “We’re on your side.”

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Bitter Clingers, Hang On

Bitter Clingers, Hang On

What was meant as a slur has become a badge of pride to many who proclaim, “I am a bitter clinger.” Rejecting the racist projection that anyone who does not embrace the globalist gelding of America, we Bitter Clingers may cling to our guns (2nd Amendment) and our religion (1st Amendment).

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Lt Gen. Jerry Boykin

General Boykin: In the Crosshairs of the Left’s War on the American mind

College is not supposed to be a safe space. It is supposed to be a place where ideas challenge the mind, so the next generation can grow into and be worthy of our national heritage of free thought. Speech should not be feared, but embraced as the inevitable clash of intellects through which students learn how to discern by having their assumptions challenged.

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