Conservatives pay lip service to the Constitution

Devvy Kidd authored the booklet, “Why A Bankrupt America and Blind Loyalty,” which has sold close to 2 million copies. She has been a guest more than 1,600 times on radio shows, run for Congress twice and is a highly sought after public speaker. To learn more about Devvy, please visit her website. Read her […]

Figures Lie and Liars Figure

In this day and age of pin striped bandits urging everyone to buy some soon-to-make you rich stock, it is easier to question the validity of the stock market. This short article by Peter Schiff makes several great points teaching a very thoughtful lesson of “never accept anything at face value”.

Deficits at Home, Welfare Abroad

If there is any one member of Congress to pay attention to in the District of Columbia, surely it is Congressman Ron Paul of Texas. Mr. Paul is a staunch advocate of limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to a sound monetary policy based on commodity-backed currency. Fortunately for all of […]

Historic Vermont Meeting in State Capital Passes Resolution to Secede from the U.S.

Are you wondering if you read that correctly? Well I assure you–you did. The members of a peaceful freedom-fighting group want no part of neo-cons running the imperialistic U.S. government. Plans to secede from the U.S. are gaining momentum in the fiercely independent Green Mountain state. In a day and age when people think this […]

Benjamin Franklin: On the Constitutional Convention 1787

On the last day of the Constitutional Convention, Pennsylvania delegate Benjamin Franklin, one of the few Americans of the time with international notoriety, rose to give a speech to the Convention prior to the signing of the final draft of the Constitution. Too weak to actually give the speech himself, he had fellow Pennsylvanian James […]

The Tax-Withholding Scam

“Republics are created by the virtue, public spirit and intelligence of the citizens. They fall when the wise are banished from the public councils, because they dare to be honest, and the profligate are rewarded, because they flatter the people, in order to betray them.”–Joseph Story, associate justice, U.S. Supreme Court So starts this article […]

Hate Crime Laws and the Path to Tyranny

Hate-crime laws should be abolished. I truly believe that to injure another is wrong–when there is an injured party a crime has been committed–and all persons who commit crimes should be punished. However, to punish based on one’s motivation is nothing more than punishing the motivation and not the crime. What kind of a message […]

The Hypnotized Masses

There are those who believe that the fight for liberty is exclusively a man?s fight. That is not true. Lee Parker is dedicated to truth and freedom, a patriotic woman who has given the last dozen years of her life to efforts to expose lies and reveal truths concerning the unalienable rights to life, liberty […]

Is the Fed an Inflation Fighter or Creator?

After reading this article by Frank Shostak, I was reminded of the first time I learned about the ‘double-meanings’ that riddle modern law, contracts and legalese. This is when words no longer have dictionary definitions, but instead carry specially defined meanings created solely for the purpose of misleading the common reader. Mr. Shostak taught me […]

Fight, Flight or Surrender?

The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is arguably one of the most misunderstood of our freedoms. The founders fully intended for the citizens to be armed for their own self defense, but also notably to be armed against government tyranny. I found the following article very well written and easy to understand in regards […]

The Fall and Rise of the Gold Standard

What is the gold standard and a bill market? What does it mean in terms of irredeemable currency or legal tender? This article by Antal Fekete is a great explanation on some of these topics and more. It is more important now than ever before to understand how gold and currency have been historically tied […]

Inaugural Address by John F. Kennedy

The first time I learned about this speech was in a high school class called ‘Problems of Democracy’. As students we were required to read it, and I recall re-reading it at least one more time in a college political science course. Today, the media plays snippets from it–and the occasional documentary shows pieces of […]

Treasury Department Claims Power to Seize Gold, Silver–and Everything Else!

The Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA) recently was sent a reply from the Treasury Department in response to a request they sent hoping for clarification of the federal position on precious metal prohibition. I probably should not be dismayed by this type of news, however I still was shocked at reading this quote in the […]

A Necessary Evil…?

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 […]

The Real Story of the Kelo Property Grabs

Shu Bartholomew is the host of “On the Commons,” a weekly radio program based in Fairfax, Virginia, dedicated to exposing the threat of Home Owners’ Associations, and the loss of private property rights. The following article was posted at The American Policy Center along with a commentary by Tom DeWeese. The whole situation that has […]

Important Deadlines Looming

Counterfeit senate? A non violent revolution? Clean the communists, fascists, socialists (liberals) and phony conservatives out of public office at every level? Stand up for the Tenth Amendment? Get involved in the political process at every level? If any of this sounds interesting to you then do yourself a favor, take some time to read […]

Who Opposes Simpler, Lower Taxes?

If there is any one member of Congress to pay attention to in the District of Columbia, surely it is Congressman Ron Paul of Texas. Mr. Paul is a staunch advocate of limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to a sound monetary policy based on commodity-backed currency. Fortunately for all of […]

John Brown’s Address to the Court

John Brown (May 9, 1800 ? December 2, 1859) was an American abolitionist who played a major part in the history of slavery in the United States leading up to the American Civil War. Brown took part in the violence during the Bleeding Kansas crisis, but his most famous action was his leadership of the […]

Our Political Federal Courts

If there is any one member of Congress to pay attention to in the District of Columbia, surely it is Congressman Ron Paul of Texas. Mr. Paul is a staunch advocate of limited constitutional government, low taxes, free markets, and a return to a sound monetary policy based on commodity-backed currency. Fortunately for all of […]