The American Nobility

Had any of us been alive during the American Revolution, the following speech would have been considered a common knowledge reminder for many –however, in modern times we have all but forgotten what it means to be free-born with god-given unalienable rights. This superb speech by Brent Johnson clearly defines those rights and reminds us that We The People are indeed the sovereign of these united states of America.

Brent Johnson is currently director of Freedom Bound International , a Common Law service center specializing in educating Americans as to their natural rights. In addition to hosting the hit international radio show The Voice of Freedom – heard by over eight million listeners each week – and having authored the book The American Sovereign – How to Live Free From Government Regulation, Brent conducts seminars throughout America, on issues around sovereignty, social security, IRS and the income tax, Common Law trusts , dual citizenship, Second Amendment, the court system, right to travel, jury rights, property taxes, the Federal Reserve System, self-sufficiency, the coming economic collapse and more.

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Are We a Republic or a Democracy?

Dr. Walter E. Williams is the John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. His short commentary reprinted here from Devvy Kidd?s website is a great primer for anyone who wonders what the major foundation for the ‘American patriot’ movement is all about. As much as modern society accepts whatever happens to be the ‘norm’ to be truth or even law–a simple reading of the Constitution will show that the U.S. Government today is violating the god given liberties of all free-born persons. I remember reading about ‘democracy’ as a child, and being taught that it was synonymous with ‘republic’. This article will clearly show they are not the same! Doubters read on…

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Free Men

Wendell Lewis Willkie (February 18, 1892 ? October 8, 1944) was a lawyer, born in Elwood, Indiana, the only native of Indiana to be nominated as the presidential candidate for a national party, having never held any sort of high elected office. In 1940 he was the Republican nominee for the 1940 presidential election. Willkie lost the election to Franklin D. Roosevelt. (bio info courtesy of Wikipedia). Wilkie gave the following address at the 44th Congress of American Industry on December 8th, 1939. (It should be noted that Wilkie was a contemporary of Congressman Louis T. McFadden.) It is pretty frightening that Mr. Willkie was right on the money when he said “…If we change it [America], it will be because of some weakness within. And even then, we shall not change it directly. It is bred in us too deeply. If we accept the doctrine of the authoritarian state, we shall do so gradually, indirectly, and perhaps, even unconsciously…” What a different country we might be living in today had Mr. Willikin become president instead of Franklin Roosevelt! It is also surprising that he went on to author a book called “One World” where he called for a post-war world of free nations in a union. (this is certainly not apparent in this speech!)

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Meet the International Democrat Union

Articles such as this by Tom DeWeese can be found at the American Policy Center. I found this particular story to be interesting for it’s potential shock value. I have learned the hard way that our leviathan social democracy is in the business of saying one thing but meaning another, or better still changing the meaning afterward making it all but impossible to follow the truth of the matter, creating an unbelievable shroud of deceit. For me this article not only shows what is currently occurring in this country and the world, but a foreshadowing of what is to come for all of us. The masses will be led by deception into choosing voluntarily something they never would have chosen otherwise.

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Citizenship and the United States Constitution

Brent Johnson is currently director of Freedom Bound International , a Common Law service center specializing in educating Americans as to their natural rights. In addition to hosting the hit international radio show The Voice of Freedom – heard by over eight million listeners each week – and having authored the book The American Sovereign – How to Live Free From Government Regulation, Brent conducts seminars throughout America, on issues around sovereignty, social security, IRS and the income tax, Common Law trusts , dual citizenship, Second Amendment, the court system, right to travel, jury rights, property taxes, the Federal Reserve System, self-sufficiency, the coming economic collapse and more.

A special thanks to Brent for letting me post his commentaries on this blog. Brent is a true Patriot and advocate for the Constitutional Republic that should be America.

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Not Yours to Give

David Crockett (David de Crocketagne, August 17, 1786 ? March 6, 1836) was an American folk-hero usually referred to as Davy Crockett. He represented Tennessee in the U.S. Congress, went to Texas, and died at the Alamo. This excerpt, originally published in “The Life of Colonel David Crockett,” by Edward Sylvester Ellis, I have read this many times in many places throughout the web, it is a great example of what it means to stand up for freedom, liberty, and truth. Special thanks to one of our readers for sending this in.

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American Life Under a National ID Card

Tom DeWeese is the publisher/editor of The DeWeese Report and president of the American Policy Center, a grassroots, activist think tank headquartered in Warrenton, Virginia. Its Internet site is www.americanpolicy.org. When I read his article I found myself nodding my head in agreement . Once the REAL ID is in place, it will only be a small step to the VERI-CHIP. (“…the world’s premier Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) company for people”…) If you think this is far fetched, think again. Big Brother is only about 12 years late, better late than never, right?!

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Please Protect Your Children From Teen Screen

I have been reading about ‘Teen Screen’ for a couple months now. After reading Ron Paul’s commentary about the program, I became alarmed at this policy that seems to be sliding right into place, having pilot programs already in several states. The only winner in this seems to be big pharmaceuticals. The following post is by By Rima E. Laibow, MD from her blog. She is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist and her view on the matter is eye-opening indeed. I urge anyone who has children, any age, in a public school to simply write a letter demanding that you as a parent are to be notified about any of these ‘routine’ or ‘simple’ tests ahead of time, this way you can keep your children home or excuse them altogether from having to participate.

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Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death!

Patrick Henry (May 29, 1736 ? June 6, 1799) was a prominent figure in the American Revolution, known and remembered primarily for his stirring oratory. Along with Samuel Adams and Thomas Paine, he was one of the most influential (and radical) advocates of revolution. Henry is perhaps best known for the speech he made in the House of Burgesses on March 23, 1775, urging that legislature to take military action against the encroaching British military force. The House was deeply divided, but was very much leaning toward not committing troops. As Henry stood in Saint John’s Church in Richmond, Virginia , he ended the following speech with his most famous words. The crowd jumped up and shouted “To Arms! To Arms!”. This speech is credited by some with singlehandedly delivering the Virginia troops to the Revolutionary War. Problematically, the text of this speech did not appear in print until 1817 , in the biography Life and Character of Patrick Henry by William Wirt. Although Wirt assembled his book from recollections by persons close to the events, some historians have since speculated that the speech, or at least the form with which we are familiar, was essentially written by Wirt decades after the fact. (Ray Raphael, Founding Myths) (Originally posted on Wikipedia)

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