It is now time for citizens to stand up for truth and justice through the use of genuine civil disobedience – while doing nothing that would harm the life, liberty or property of your neighbors.
On Tuesday, January 5th, beginning at 9 am, citizens are called to stage ‘sit-ins’ at the offices of their governors, Attorneys General, and Secretary of State. If they are not allowed in the building, they should gather peacefully outside the main doors.
the current stimulus bill is NOT about helping people at all. It is just an excuse to fund pork and foreign quid-pro-quo. We can’t stop them from this criminal overspend because the GOP is going along with them – again. The only thing we can hope for is a way to
1. take away their excuse for pork bill – as well as
2. take away part of their expected budget, and
3. do it fast, before Congress overrides the veto.
Neither camp has yet to come to terms with the possibility that free peoples, when given a choice, reject socialism, let alone communism.
Organizations directly funded by Soros and his Open Society Foundations (OSF):
Honest debate – genuine arguments – don’t matter in the midst of this. Truth is irrelevant, because too many people no longer care about documented history, the Constitution, let alone God. They want what they want – and they won’t let anyone or anything stand in the way. Rage and hate is the rule right now.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia delivers a statement concerning ‘American Exceptionalism’ before a Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing. Remarks delivered 5 October 2011.
Murray went to on to say that it would be great if what used to be called a “religious great awakening” would happen again and inspire substantial changes in behavior in the population,…. Yet the scholar is not holding out hope that such a thing will happen in the U.S. or in Europe, which is on course to die out culturally. However, he said, neither can ongoing secularization endure.
“They’re all gathered together. They’ve never been in the same room, they’re meeting each other for the first time. John Adams meets this big tall Virginian, George Washington. And they don’t even know how to shake hands. John Adams comes up to shake his hand and George Washington steps back. Because Virginians don’t shake hands. They give a bow,” Lillback explained.
…it is important for voters to know for themselves what the U.S. Constitution actually says concerning the Presidency.
A growing body of work construes federal Indian law and policy from a constitutional perspective and is finding current policy unconstitutional.