Changing the Rule of Law

29 Dec

In the Declaration of Independence, paragraph two, it is stated the sole purpose of government is to secure our rights; when you support those that subvert the Constitution you’re supporting the destruction of them. “We hold these truths to be … Read More »

Christian Nation?

26 Dec

We are not a theocracy. Even Washington himself made that clear in The Treaty of Tripoli, something I struggled for years to understand when I discovered it. Yes, our basic laws regarding murder, theft, rape, incest, property crimes, and other … Read More »

My Mission Statement

14 Dec

I believe that we must abide by the terms of our oath, fulfill our duties under it, and perform our obligations to it. The primary mission is to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. There … Read More »

The Sole Purpose of Government

11 Dec

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.— That to secure these rights, … Read More »

The Scourge of Mankind: Globalism

7 Nov

Globalism is attacking the world, not just America. Soon Europe will fall completely to Islam and we’re right behind them. Unless we start aggressively fighting back our Republic will be erased and our people butchered or completely subjugated. Obama is … Read More »

On the Right to Rebel against Governors

27 Oct

The following sermon is filled with principles not taught in either our schools or from the pulpit for generations. I believed this to be so important as to make this sermon available from my blog for the edification of my … Read More »

Subversion, Extortion, and Bribery: A Means to an End

8 Oct

Through many years of watching otherwise honorable people violate the principles of the Republic and the oath they swore upon entering office, state or Federal, I was puzzled as to why. One of the reasons people have such a hard … Read More »