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Global Warming and Global Governance with Tom DeWeese

Tom DeWeese, one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, talks about the religion of climate change and how it enslaves us to global governance. Continue reading

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Texas Messes with Agenda 21

Former EPA head Lisa Jackson called Agenda 21 “the rarest of opportunities to truly change the world” at the expense of individual liberty, telling us how to work, where to live, what power we can use, what cars we can drive. Continue reading

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The Old New World Order

Editorial Note: A broader topic, yet one that matters greatly to the sovereignty of every New Yorker, indeed every American who believes in Individual Liberty, Self-Determination, and a true Constitutional Republic. By Thom, originally posted at Eye of Vigilance, April … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson: Liberty and Power

It seems to me that in our present condition, the only means of getting judges, legislators, and executives to consult the actual provisions of the Constitution and to obey the oaths they take to observe its bounds and protect it is to adopt sanctions against its violation or evasion. In sum, it should be made a crime punishable by removal from office for any government officer, including members of Congress, to participate affirmatively in any act not authorized by or in violation of the Constitution. Trial for those accused should be in United States District Courts before a jury charged with determining whether a violation has taken place and a judge empowered to remove them from office. Continue reading

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Secession, Sovereignty, and Salvation: Jefferson Lives!

We are a Rule of Law nation, born of the Enlightenment. We formed our federal government to work at the pleasure of Rule of Law States. We must remind ourselves (and the neo-federalists) that these laws were devised to protect a Sovereign People — by prohibiting the rule of unscrupulous men.

We must learn how to leverage our supreme laws and unalienable rights, effectively and enduringly. Learn to embrace State electoral politics. Learn to engage our State legislators, governors, and attorneys general. Learn how to petition through the courts, properly, and with critical mass. Continue reading

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Activists Go to Court Over Potential ConCon

They are seeking a judgment that would basically keep out the insiders, that is elected officials, lobbyists and other political players from serving as constitutional delegates. This makes some sense when you consider their rationale — “we can’t allow those who the Constitution is meant to govern control all pathways to constitutional change.” Continue reading

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Limiting Government

By Sylvia Bokor, posted at American Thinker, December 5, 2012 • Individual rights have been bastardized. There is no such thing as “a right to a job,” “a right to health care,” “a right to a decent home,” et cetera. … Continue reading

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Tibor Machan on American Statism

The right approach is, of course, one that acknowledges that human beings are a species and have a common nature up to a point. But it also acknowledges that a distinctive aspect of the human being is its individuality! It is confirmed every minute within human communities, of course, as millions present ideas of their own by which to carry on their living. (Even Mr. Gass testifies to this by presenting his own particular take on the collectivist idea!) Continue reading

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Free Speech: Corporate and Anonymous

They may wish their arguments to be considered on their merits without being dismissed because of who wrote them. During the Founding Era, this was commonly given as a reason for anonymity. It is a particularly important consideration today, when publicists have become experts at destroying the credibility of perfectly good arguments by vilifying their authors. Continue reading

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The People Speak: Wendy McElroy

The Revolution is rapping on my door. And, in response, I garden.

I live down a gravel road on a 40 acre farm in Canada…and the Revolution still finds me. Continue reading

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