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The purpose of this site is to discuss the original intent for establishing our country by our founding fathers; how we have drifted from the Constitution; and what we can do to get back on track again.
The "revolution" has already started across the country. We have witnessed the revitalization with the establishment of the modern day "Tea Parties" and the election of more conservative representatives in congress.
Click on the link "Communist Manifesto" to see where we have gone wrong since 1861.
"The American Dream" video illustrates how our dreams are disappearing right before our eyes. This 30 minute animated film was written by Tad Lumpkin and Harold Uhl of the Provocateur Network.
Are you a US Citizen? Should you be one? Take the U.S. Civics Test to see if you measure up to become a US Citizen.
People love to put other people in boxes with labels. What is your Label? Take the World's Smallest Political Quiz now and find out where you fit on the political map!
The Forgotten Man illustrates how the US Citizen is looked upon by our elected representatives.
Government Gone Wild: The National Debt. Do you how long it will take the U.S. to pay off its current debt? See the startling answer...
Here's Why The US Is Screwed: Unfortunately, because our leaders are still pretending that we can have it all, Americans haven't yet clued into the fact that the only answer is BOTH higher taxes AND less spending. These charts illustrate the problem.
U.S. Supreme Court Issues Landmark Decision: Constitution is Void. We have lost our Republic!
The school officials are arguing "that the First Amendment does not apply to elementary school students," explains the appeal brief submitted by Liberty Institute. Still more attacks on our Constitutional freedoms!
The Regime's 150th Birthday: Today marks the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War. This event, more than the Declaration of Independence, Constitution or the American Revolution, signifies the true birth of the modern American nation-state. It was on this day that the federal government first repudiated the Founding Fathers’ republican form of government—a coalition of several states that combined under the Constitution to form a central state of enumerated and sharply limited powers—and asserted a plenary sovereignty over the people. Rejecting the right of states to secede, the federal government under Lincoln abolished the very system that was supposed to come out of the revolution against the British crown, a system where smaller political units could exercise their legal and human right to overthrow or at least leave the central government that ruled them without their consent.
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