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The Lies and Corruption From Our Own Government Smearing An Innocent Woman – Tokoyo Rose

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American combat engineers eat a meal atop boxes of ammunition stockpiled for the impending D-Day invasion, May 1944.

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The Convoy on Route to the Normandy Coast
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US Marine Nick Popaditch’s amazing Memorial Day speech

Constitutional Emergency

“Stand your ground. Don’t fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here.” ~attributed to Captain John Parker, Massachusetts militia,  on Lexington green, 4/19/1775

I want to ask you to do me a favor. Mark your calendar for this coming Thursday the 19th. I’m sure that most of your calendars don’t highlight that day. I know for sure the left and the media will not remind you.
On that day,  April 19 1775,  237 years ago, a group of patriots decided they had had enough and stood their ground at Lexington and Concord. They had had enough of tyranny, abuse by their government, and over bearing taxes. Sound familiar?
Take a moment on Thursday and reflect on the meaning of that day. Think of the risks those patriots were willing to take in order to win their freedom. I believe the most important freedom is that of ‘Freedom of Choice.’ Also, think of what has happened to this great Republic in the last few generations. Let us all endeavor to ensure that their sacrifice, and of those since, was not in vain.
BTW: Don’t forget that the mission of the British that day was to confiscate weapons.
Arthur L. McGinley, PhD
c6one772@charter.netWhen the Spartans at Thermopylae were ordered by the Persians to surrender their weapons, they responded Molon Labe — “Come and Take them” This is my response to those who would disarm me and mine.To a warrior, the golf course is a willful and deliberate misuse of a perfectly good rifle range!
– Jeff Cooper

The Smallest Minority on earth is the individual. Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities.
— Ayn Rand

We are Free Because of Peace Through Strength

Justice Clarence Thomas Honors Our Troops and Country

As a special guest to the biannual President’s Club meeting, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas discusses his remarkable life story, including his grandfather’s impact, which serves as the inspiration for his Thomas’ new best-selling book, “My Grandfather’s Son.”

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David Barton: The U.S. History of being at war with Jihadi’s & the Deception of MSM

Its good to stand back and take in a bigger view of history sometimes though, isnt it.
This is a clip from the October 20th 2008 week of the Believers Voice of Victory broadcast: The Righteousness of a Nation. You can watch the whole week at http://www.kcm.org In this excerpt David Barton relays information I know I hadnt heard about U.S. military casualties. Whats shocking is how easily we can put ourselves in a position for the media to shape the way we think.
So in retrospect I got on the right side of the War on Terror. This is one European artist who is thankful for the job soldiers from my own country and America are doing right now.

Quotes From The United States Founders

John Adams1776 – Thoughts on Government
Category: Judiciary

The dignity and stability of government in all its branches, the morals of the people, and every blessing of society depend so much upon an upright and skillful administration of justice, that the judicial power ought to be distinct from both the legislative and executive, and independent upon both, that so it may be a check upon both, and both should be checks upon that.
Reference: The Works of John Adams, C.F. Adams, ed. (198)
John Adams

1776 – Thoughts on Government
Category: Judiciary
[J]udges, therefore, should be always men of learning and experience in the laws, of exemplary morals, great patience, calmness, coolness, and attention. Their minds should not be distracted with jarring interests; they should not be dependent upon any man, or body of men.
Reference: The Works of John Adams, Charles Adams, ed., 198.
Alexander Hamilton

1788 – Federalist No. 78
Category: Judiciary
The Judiciary…has no influence over either the sword or the purse; no direction either of the strength or of the wealth of the society, and can take no active resolution whatever. It may truly be said to have neither force nor will.
Reference: Hamilton, Federalist No. 78 (465)
Alexander Hamilton

1788 – Federalist No. 81
Category: Judiciary
[T]here is not a syllable in the plan under consideration which directly empowers the national courts to construe the laws according to the spirit of the Constitution.
Reference: Hamilton, Federalist No. 81 (482)
Alexander Hamilton

1788 – Federalist No. 78
Category: Judiciary
The standard of good behavior for the continuance in office of the judicial magistracy is certainly one of the most valuable of the modern improvements in the practice of government.
Reference: Hamilton, Federalist No. 78.
Alexander Hamilton

1788 – Federalist No. 78
Category: Judiciary
And it proves, in the last place, that liberty can have nothing to fear from the judiciary alone, but would have everything to fear from its union with either of the other departments.
Reference: Hamilton, Federalist No. 78.