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The Chief Executive has just declared: Congress is irrelevant

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Marti Oakley /copyright 2012

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The latest assault on the American public and formerly free states of the United States of America, has been launched. Obama constructed and issued the Executive Order referred to as National Defense Resources Preparedness. Under this Order, [National Defense] is clearly laid out. It is clear that the federal government, all of its unlawful agencies, agents, private corporations operating in fraud as “public service” agencies, our military, all of our resources, our labor, our skills, energy, commerce, production, agriculture etc., are now focused on defending the federal government……..from us.

This order is the fulfillment of Obama’s “We can’t wait” strategy wherein Obama openly declared his intention to by-pass congress (essentially informing them they were no longer needed) and to enact tyrannical and dictatorial mandates by circumventing congress and enlarging the powers and enforcement capabilites of unlawfully constructed federal corporations owned by the parent corporation: The United States a.k.a. The United States of America.

In reference to this Order, Obama, just as Bush2 did, and every president going back to Lincoln, referred to himself as the Chief Executive as in “corporate executive”, not as the elected President of the United States. As a mere president, he is only empowered to enforce the law. But as the Chief Executive of the Corporation, he can hire and fire (he essentially just fired all of congress) change the rules and regulations and use Executive Orders to write laws all by himself.

We can’t wait either, Mr. Obama More

An open letter to the citizens of the United States of America

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by Alan R. Adaschik

 

An open letter to the citizens of the United States of America

Presently, this nation is in the midst of the most important election in history and most Americans have no knowledge of its significance. We truly are at a crossroad and the primary issue on hand is whether or not our Republic will be restored or if we will remain a nation beholden to and controlled by the New World Order. Our choice is clear. Vote for Ron Paul who stands for a government defined by and subservient to our Constitution or vote for a candidate who secretly swears allegiance to the New World Order.

I am sure that most people will take issue with the above paragraph. For the past eighteen years I have tried to wakeup my fellow Americans to the truth with no success. Apparently, all I have accomplished is convince others that I am out-of-touch with reality. Of late, I have been so frustrated I gave up and tried to focus my attention on other unimportant pursuits. However, I still found myself pondering what could be done to change things. It finally occurred to me that for others to believe what I believe, they would have to walk down a path similar to mine. With this in mind, I developed a list of questions about events which have shaped and define the world we live in today. These questions are the key which opens the door to the truth, but they will only have value if people care enough to find the correct answers.

Being an American presupposes an obligation to be informed. An informed electorate is an important requisite for both a Republic and a Representative Democracy. The following list of questions hold the keys to understanding where we are and how we got here. A majority of Americans will not be able to readily answer most of these questions. Furthermore, many of them are about obscure events no longer in the public eye. However, the answers are worth seeking because knowing the truth really will set us free. Unfortunately, too many of us care little about what is being done to us and place far more value on knowing who is on Dancing With the Stars. This is why our oppressors are having their way with us, this is why writing this article is an exercise in futility, and this is why Ron Paul, the only candidate running who has a history of working to restore our Republic, will not be our next President. More

“The Commerce Clause – Pathway to a Dictatorship!”

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By Ron  Ewart, President
National Association of Rural  Landowners
and  nationally recognized author on freedom and property rights  issues.
We  are helping to spread freedom and liberty around the  globe.
© Copyright Sunday, March  18, 2012 – All Rights Reserved

“By permitting Congress to regulate so much of our lives under the Commerce Clause, the Supreme Court has changed the federal government from one of limited and enumerated powers, to one with few exceptions to its power.”  Walter E. Williams, Professor and Columnist

It has been proven out many times by history, that human nature is vastly more influential on the affairs of man, than any agreements that exist between men to control their affairs. Charters, constitutions and treaties between geopolitical entities, or between governments and the people, are nothing more than “blue prints” to govern those affairs. But since men have been breaking agreements between themselves since the dawn of civilization, disputes arise often and those disputes are sometimes resolved through negotiations and arbitration, or the passing of, or revisions to, more “blue prints”, or other times they are resolved by war, when negotiations or arbitration reach an impasse. Thus, there is a constant battle between human nature and those “blue prints” that are designed to control human nature.

There is a general misconception by most people on what a contract (a “blue print” for behavior) between people, businesses, or governments, really means and what it is designed to do. We can’t remember the number of times people have said to us, in the course of 30 years in real estate development and investments: “He can’t do that, we have a contract!” And we could only respond with, “…. people can do anything they want to do. A contract only spells out what the parties are to do while the contract is in full force and effect and what to do when one or both of the parties violate or are in breach of the contract terms.” That is why contract law takes up so much room on the law bookshelf and that is why courts are full of people who violate or allegedly violate their contracts. Again, it is readily apparent that human nature has much more power over man, than man has to control human nature by law. More

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