The Societal Separation of America and Secession: Part 3

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James P. Harvey wethepeople@anationbeguiled.com


“All across America we see people who grew up in front of television screens, and attended government controlled curriculums from kinder-garden to doctorate degrees. They have been exposed to corporate/government controlled information from cradle to grave, and are as self-centered as any society in history.”******************

Part 3 

I can still remember the fierce independence of the families I was boarded with as a child while my parents were on the road. They were country folks for the most part and could ill afford another mouth to feed, but few could resist the pleas of my mother and accepted the responsibility as just part of life’s requirement to help people that needed it.

Most of these folks left a permanent imprint on my world view, without my awareness of course, but there none the less, and what I remember most is the frugal life style and commitment to honesty and hard work. Their close family ties meant someone was always there in time of need, and their reliance on God was real and apparent in all their actions. The children were quite, well behaved, and the parents were loving and attentive. The evenings were spent with stories and reading from Scripture, and some even had a monopoly game. They made me feel at home.

Compare that lifestyle to today’s rat race of driving children to their government controlled schools, and racing off to work. There is little, if any time left in the average parent’s day for reflection on anything, and certainly not confronting anything serious like studying about how their country is going down the tubes. More

No One Is to Blame for Anything

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At the time, soon, when U.S. sovereign debt levels render our nation insolvent, who will take responsibility for transferring American factors of production offshore, with $7 Trillion of our wealth FOLLOWING the vehicles of wealth creation? DA

Op-Ed Columnist

No One Is to Blame for Anything


Published: April 10, 2010

“I was right 70 percent of the time, but I was wrong 30 percent of the time,” said Alan Greenspan as he testified last week on Capitol Hill. Greenspan — a k a the Oracle during his 18-year-plus tenure as Fed chairman — could not have more vividly illustrated how and why geniuses of his stature were out to lunch while Wall Street imploded. No doubt he applied his full brain power to that 70-30 calculation. But the big picture eludes him. If the captain of the Titanic followed the Greenspan model, he could claim he was on course at least 70 percent of the time too. More

Proposed Sovereignty Amendment to the Ohio Constitution

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Be it resolved by the people of the state of Ohio,

ARTICLE XIV: SOVEREIGNTY; Powers and Authorities; Limitations

§1. Purpose of Ohio Constitution

The Ohio Constitution represents the voice and will of the People of Ohio for establishment and operation of their public offices and body politic for protection of their individual and collective rights, privileges and immunities. It constitutes the fundamental controlling instrument upon which all powers and authorities of the state are dependent, and without which the state shall not act.

This Constitution shall stand on its own as a self executing instrument on all public servants. More


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Subject: Text of Financial Crisis Legislation


This is an OFFER that you simply can not refuse [because if you do the private Bankers and their MBA’a are going to crash your economy and send this country into another Great Depression] !

In short, you are going to give another 700 BILLION plus to the “private” Federal Reserve Corporation, et alii, and agree not to prosecute anyone involved in this perfidy … and you are told that this impunity will restore “accountability, responsibility and transparency” to the System [of extortion]:

Sec. 8. Review.

Decisions by the Secretary pursuant to the authority of this Act are non-

reviewable and committed to agency discretion, and may not be

reviewed by any court of law or any administrative agency.

Impunity. Not being punished for a crime or misdemeanor committed. The impunity of crimes is one of the most prolific sources whence they arise.

Impunity offers a continual bait to a delinquent {Impunitas continuum affectum tribuit delinquenti; 4 Co. 45, a; 5 Co. 109, a.};

Impunity always invites to greater crimes {Impunitas semper ad deteriora invitat};

It concerns the commonwealth that crimes do not remain unpunished {Interest reipublicæ ne maleficia remaneant impunita; Jenk. Cent. 30, 31};

Evil deeds ought not to remain unpunished, and impunity affords continual incitement to the delinquent {Maleficia non debent remanere impunita, et impunitas continuum affectum tribuit delinquenti};

He who acts badly hates the light {Qui male agit odit lucem};

He who spares the guilty punishes the innocent {Qui parcit nocentibus innocentes punit};

The thing speaks for itself {Res ipsa loquitur};

The hope of impunity holds out a continual temptation to crime {Spes impunitatis continuum affectum tribuit delinquendi};

Rabon v. Rowen Memorial Hospital Inc., 152 S.E. 485 (1967) (Immunity fosters neglect and breeds irresponsibility while liability promotes care and caution, which caution and care is owed by the government to its people);

This was part one of a two part email sent to us annonymously.  If you know where this originated and who actually wrote it, please let us know.

No oversight on Bailout plan

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If we have learned one thing over the past seven years, it is this:  Do not EVER trust the Bush administration when the question of executive power is at issue! From the Patriot Act to the authority to use force in Iraq to the need to pass a new FISA law, the Bush administration is always saying some kind of crisis necessitates urgent action, which inevitably leads to the administration being given — and abusing — unprecedented power.

This week, the Bush administration is at it again.  With the specter of a complete Wall Street collapse hanging over our heads, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is seeking 700 billion taxpayer dollars to bail out the financial industry.  While the American Freedom Campaign is not taking a position on the financial details contained in the Bush administration legislative proposal, we are outraged by one specific section related to executive branch accountability.

Section 8 of the legislation provides, “Decisions by the Secretary pursuant to the authority of this Act are non-reviewable and committed to agency discretion, and may not be reviewed by any court of law or any administrative agency.”

Yes, the Bush administration is asking Congress to give the Secretary of the Treasury the authority to spend $700 billion as he wishes, without any real oversight or accountability.  With respect to Congress, the proposed legislation requires the Secretary to merely submit reports about his activities starting three months after the first purchase of mortgage-related assets and semi-annually thereafter.  That’s like giving a gambling addict your life savings and asking him to send you a postcard from Las Vegas every once in a while.

If you believe, as we do, that it is time for Congress to actually serve its constitutional function and guide and oversee the activities of the executive branch*, please click on the following link to send an email to your members of Congress.



After you send your email to Congress, please be sure to forward this email along to friends and family or use the Tell-A-Friend option on our site.  It is critical that members of Congress hear from their constituents before they adopt any legislation related to this crisis.

Thanks for taking action.


Steve Fox
Campaign Director
American Freedom Campaign Action Fund

* None other than former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich made a similar statement regarding the responsibilities of Congress earlier today.  This is what he posted on the Web site of the American Enterprise Institute:

“Congress has an obligation to protect the taxpayer.

“Congress has an obligation to limit the executive branch to the rule of law.

“Congress has an obligation to perform oversight.

“Congress was designed by the Founding Fathers to move slowly, precisely to avoid the sudden panic of a one-week solution that becomes a 20-year mess.”

We couldn’t agree more.


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