The sovereignty movement is feared and ridiculed for its independence by weak minded men who consider themselves intelligent, but are really nothing more than altar boys for the State.
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Despite being an absolute desecration of the founderâ€™s concept of â€˜United Statesâ€™, the â€˜Omnipotent Centralized Stateâ€™ has become zeitgeist through our words, our patriotic displays and our teachings.
Most of the states demanded a constitutional amendment explicitly limiting the federal government to those enumerated in the Constitution. That amendment became the Tenth.
If American citizens are to resist the rush to Obammunism they must first give up on the fantasy that the Republican Party is anything but another cabal of crooks, conmen and clowns, just like the Democratic Party. The only realistic route to freedom, including a restoration of genuine free enterprise, is through the devolution of power away from Washington, D.C. via peaceful secession and nullification, the original American ideals.
The only way to get this oppressive tyrant â€“ known as the federal government â€“ off our back is to break away from it and start anew.
I know the temptation to seek help from the all-powerful federal government, but as citizens in a supposedly free society, we must reject these tactics. Although we may achieve success via these means, such success will only be temporary.
Dear Federal Government,
Excuse us. Some may consider such bluntness to be indecorous, but why beat around the bush? In any case, we’ve been around this bush (Bush?) too many times to count already. It’s time to let you know what we really think of you, what we say behind your back, what we whisper to each other when you leave the room.
â€œThe federal government should stop trying to do everything, which it doesnâ€™t do well, and start doing, and doing better, the few tasks that only it can handle,â€ says Bob Barr, the Libertarian Party candidate for president. â€œFor instance, Uncle Sam has become a nanny-state, telling us what we can eat and how old we [...]
by Clay Barham If you reflect back on how the institutions of governance grew in America, from 1620 to the present, you will see that National Government grew into its present level without much public support.Â The settlements starting in New England, as well as Jamestown, were small and managed more from a town hall [...]
by Clay Barham Easier said, but it can be done.Â It starts with the new CEO of the Federal Government, the President, telling all those who work for the Executive Branch there will be no more hiring, except for the military.Â That means when people die or retire, they will not be replaced by anyone [...]
by Clay Barham It is a project long overdue. We know how America runs best, when it worked best and what levels of government are most appropriate. We just need to back up and pare down. I do not know anyone who thinks the Post Office mentality operates any organization better than free people do. [...]