“War is peace.” Sounds like something from a book I read once. You remember the one, where an entire society gives up their liberty and freedom, coaxed by a central government promising protection and comfort?Details
The heat is rising and the stakes are certainly high as our state sovereignty movement continues to grow, reflecting the mainstream nature of the principles that bind us as lovers of liberty and natural rights.
As the movement grows, so have charges from the supporters of centralized government, framing the sovereignty movement as many things. Those in the corporate media seek to characterize our cause in a disparaging light- some say that we are simply a radical wing of the republican party, others claim that we are corporate operatives seeking only to damage the Democratic momentum.
Nothing could be further from the truth.Details
Obama supporters come in all shapes and sizes, but none more socially powerful than the iconic Oprah Winfrey. Last week Oprah did a segment on Denmark, perhaps in a bid to pump up support for Obamacare. The people of Denmark are said to have some of the highest numbers recorded in terms of citizen satisfaction…Details
Any discussion of reclaiming freedom in America is pointless without an accurate understanding of how our rights were lost in the first place. The Real Lincoln, Professor Thomas DiLorenzo’s controversial book on the subject, makes a compelling case that it was Abraham Lincoln himself who set us on our present course. From the book’s foreword…Details
Chronology is critical when it comes to interpreting the US Constitution. Recently, I have heard attacks on the 10th movement claiming that Article I section 8 trumps the 10th amendment, because it provides for the ‘general welfare’ of the nation and so “of course the Federal health care program is constitutional”. I had a chance…Details
Samuel Adams, in my opinion, was one of the greatest American revolutionaries – a leader in the nullification of the Stamp Act, a leading role in the events that led up to the Boston Tea Party, a member of the Continental Congress and much more. Make sure to read today’s featured article, by Mr. Adams…Details
Early in my development as a human being, there was the pledge of allegiance. There was the National Anthem and of course, the Stars & Stripes. I grew up in Southern California and now that I have had a chance to deprogram myself (which has taken years) I have some questions- for one, where was…Details
“As Constitution day approaches…” (FYI, it’s this Thursday, September 17th!) – that’s the headline of Kay B. Day’s new article on The US Report. Here’s an excerpt: September 17 is Constitution Day, so it seems appropriate that states are rallying in an effort to combat a federal government expanding beyond its historically legal powers. Two…Details