Monthly Archives: March 2015

The American Solution to our Present Crisis

We were founded as a constitutional republican form of government, where the will of the people is expressed in the Constitution, which expresses the extent of the power granted by them to the government in order to secure their natural … Continue reading

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Friends

Friends make themselves available to friends when they need a friend, not just when it’s convenient or by appointment; often we find out who our friends are when we’re in our darkest hour because they’re the only ones left standing … Continue reading

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Americans Fighting for the American Republic

I am calling for a guerrilla army to drag oath breaking corporate imposters out of our government seats and harass the minions in DHS, the military, and law enforcement that protects them; an army of autonomous guerrilla fighters to regain American control in communities along with the people … Continue reading

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Accountability and Freedom

Even though the pulpits of our churches have perverted and compromised the principles of America, we still cannot place all the blame on the pastors alone. We need to explore ourselves and what we’re allowing and doing as individuals; we’re all accountable to our Creator as individuals for what we’ve done or not done, not for what others have done. There will be no one else to blame for our poor choices before a Holy God who is not impressed with the trappings of this world. I have come to an inescapable conclusion in my own spiritual walk; I am not other people’s judge, our Creator is. As long as people leave me in peace and respect my rights, I will do the same towards them. Continue reading

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Severing the Ties that Bind

Many people today are finding themselves in relationships with people that refuse to see the reality of the world around them; people who choose to accept the paradigm presented to them and the treadmill of corporate existence they’re comfortable in. I spent … Continue reading

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Our Natural Right to Keep and Bear Arms and its Implications to Society

This article is not meant to provide statistical analysis or attempt to convince people to lobby Congress to remove restrictions on firearms; Congress was prohibited by the Bill of Rights, Article IV to infringe on that right and there is … Continue reading

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Restoring the American Republic Together

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.— That to secure these rights, … Continue reading

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Restoring the American Republic

The video linked to in this article illustrates the type of unit I wish to see formed all over the country, acting largely as autonomous units until a loyal patriot command structure can be formed to tied their efforts together; … Continue reading

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