Author, Chuck Frank
How is it that every time “we the people” turn around we see one more freedom being taken down. People demonstrate and protest all day long for the craziest causes but where are the protests designed to stop the encroachment and the takings of our freedoms which at one time were sacred to where America was the freest country in the world? The cause of freedom was so great that history records that event when Patrick Henry was compelled to speak these famous words before the great America Revolution in 1776. “Give me liberty or give me death.”

This longing for freedom brings us forward to the present which does not ring with the essential oils and values that go along with our cornerstone of unalienable rights, namely, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson who was desperate to fashion a country that needed those essential values that are listed in this paragraph. Without those essentials, tyranny will be lorded over the masses even when it is not necessary. History reveals the many rogue governments that have massacred millions of their own people building totalitarian governments. China, the Soviet Union, and Hitler’s Germany are but a few of the most recent tyrannical regimes. So how will America’s future unfold? Will freedom be lost to a freight car full of thousands of state and federal laws barreling down the track to its sorrowful end? Will its prison population increase dramatically? And will rising taxation be placed upon the backs of the people to fund the Demi-god of the State? It is already here if people haven’t noticed. There is tyranny around every corner, while at the same time, America’s moral compass remains broken.Besides the fact that previous Presidents and Governors disregarded the natural rights of the people, 9/11 became the catalyst that ushered in that initial event which propelled the present tyranny of the state, limiting basic Constitutional freedoms. Additionally, the fact that previous Presidents and Governors disregarded the natural rights of the people, 9/11 became the initial event which brought about the tyranny of the State. As the governments noose becomes tighter and tighter there is also a.great divide that continues to widen, while hidden and recent agendas are all coming to the surface.

Now, President Trump may impose a “social credit score” to own a gun? Addressing the relationship of mental illness to mass shootings, the Trump administration is considering a proposal that would use Google, Amazon and Apple to collect data on users who display characteristics that could lead to “violent behavior.” Is the tyranny of the State sinking in yet? It just keeps getting worse and worse no matter who is in office. An agency, with a separate budget and a director appointed by the president, would be located inside the Health and Human Services Department, the Post reported, citing administration sources. A written proposal names Apple Watches, Amazon Echo and Google Home as technologies that can be used to collect information. Can you imagine? The China syndrome is spreading.
Let us now look at how many people in America are now deemed to be “mentally ill. This may give the reader more understanding of a gun take away for the future. Approximately 1 in in 5 adults in the U.S. (46.6 million) experiences some form of mental illness in a given year. National Alliance on Mental

Plus, gun owners in California are now experiencing ammunition hurdles after Proposition 63 that requires background checks for ammunition purchases and prohibits anyone from buying ammo if they don’t already own a gun. Hundreds of people have already been denied ammunition. Gun store owner’s are reporting a 60% rejection rate to ammunition sales. Imagine that. So, in the end who will have guns and ammo to defend themselves from an enemy or a totalitarian regime? So who is really the enemy of the state here? Disarm the people little by little until all freedom is gone. America, this is your wake up call. A protest would be in order.