Monthly Archives: September 2013

Sovereignty “Legally” Defined

The following definitions for “sovereignty” are taken from Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (6th edition) and Black’s Law Dictionary (2nd edition):     (Bouvier’s) The union and exercise of all human power possessed in a state; it is a combination of all … Continue reading

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How Much Did Ron Paul Cost You?

Today’s meme draws your attention to the combined total of Ron Paul’s presidential campaign receipts for 2008 and his campaign receipts for 2012.  

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Sovereign “Legally” Defined

The following definitions for “sovereign” are taken from Ballantine’s Law Dictionary (3rd edition), Bouvier’s Law Dictionary (6th edition), Black’s Law Dictionary (2nd edition), and Webster’s Dictionary (1828):     (Ballantine’s) A ruler; a king; the supreme power in a government. … Continue reading

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Champion of the Constitution?

Today’s meme reflects on the fact that while Ron Paul has referred to himself as “the champion of the Constitution,” he, like Alex Jones, refuses to even mention anything at all about Committees of Safety.  

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Reborn in Canada

[Download a PDF of this article] Government surveillance dragnets are now ubiquitous in America, so only attempting to maintain what semblance of individual privacy you have left might be not enough. While you may be able to present yourself out in … Continue reading

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Ron Paul is a Failure

Today’s meme points out that despite writing his own manifesto, Ron Paul failed to get elected president for the third time in a row (1988, 2008, & 2012).  

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The Origins of War in Child Abuse

In light of the systematic atrocities associated with contemporary public schooling, some dissidents have questioned whether the oppression of children is only limited to government schools. These folks usually conclude that parents are also responsible for stifling the healthy maturation … Continue reading

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