October 24, 2014


Self-Publishing: A Powerful Tool to Challenge the Corporate Establishment & the Deep State

Utilizing all we can in our fight against those who stand between us & our liberties

The price of liberty is eternal vigilance, said Thomas Jefferson. We must remain vigilant individually and collectively- that is, if we value our liberties and integrity. We must utilize all we can in our fight against those who stand between us and our liberties.
There are collective actions that we can take. No one can deny the power of a united front in taking on the establishment: collective protests, collective boycotting, social networking to spread blacked-out information and new …
There also are many actions that we can take as individuals. At its face value, each individual action and its impact may appear insignificant. However, when you start adding them together you see and understand their amazing effects:
Think about individual families who have decided to take a stand against the institutionalization and indoctrination of their children by the establishment:
There are about 2.2 million home-educated students in the United States. There were an estimated 1.73 to 2.35 million children (in grades K to 12) home educated during the spring of 2010 in the United States (Ray, 2011). It appears the homeschool population is continuing to grow (at an estimated 2% to 8% per annum over the past few years).

October 22, 2014


Now Playing: The Great Father Personality Cult

As every devout student of history knows, dictators have always built “personality cults” around themselves to the point of virtual deification. Josef Stalin was a famous example of this with photos, paintings, statues, and depictions of him sprinkled across the USSR like black pepper upon a baked potato. And, to be sure, most personality cult portraits of various Dear Leaders and Comrades are accompanied by sickeningly-syrupy slogans and catchphrases that extoll the alleged virtues of the tyrant and his silly ideas. In a personality cult, be it based around a political leader or charismatic religious figure, the serious mistakes of the leader are vehemently denied and/or laid at the feet of other people. We are not immune to this distasteful phenomena here in the Untied, er, United States, either. We don’t have a Dear Leader, but we do have a Great Father and he builds his own personality cult of equal proportions in many cases. To demonstrate this, let’s examine a recent fundraiser (one of many such soirees) that the Great Father graced with his magnificent presence and much swooning took place.
The actress Gwyneth Paltrow, hosted a fundraiser for the Democratic Party in her home in Brentwood, California, a well known haven of the poor, downtrodden masses the Democrats represent, we can be certain. The Great Father himself showed up to this event! Bravo! Encore! What was said and transpired at this event is the stuff that one generally expects at party functions of zany dictators given to outlandish uniforms and authorship of bizarre books offering wacky advice on life and other difficult situations. Paltrow was evidently overcome with admiration and emotion, according to the press. She said of the Great Father, that is, President Obama, “You’re so handsome that I can’t speak properly!” Now, among most rational people, such a comment would be followed by the passing out of air sickness bags. Perhaps they’re all being used right now for flights out of Liberia. Be that as it may, such sycophantic praise is usually found in countries that have leaders wearing hats with the diameter of political fundraiser dinner platters. One’s looks have no bearing on one’s aptitude as a leader. However, in a personality cult, the more flamboyant the leader, the better the alleged admiration of the masses that can be built around him. Hence, the outlandish uniforms, unusual headgear, odd haircuts, and so forth. Or it can be right the opposite with nicely tailored suits and alleged handsomeness, which the media will continually gush about so that no one forgets. Hey, he hasn’t actually done anything especially noteworthy of honest praise, but he’s a snappy dresser and, gosh, he looks swell! But it was another remark that, unintentionally, provided an important window into this personality cult that people should take note of.


That Great Father Don't Hunt

Many people have heard the phrase “That dog don’t hunt” when it comes time for a colloquialism to describe something that simply doesn’t or will not work. It is an appropriate saying to describe the ongoing manhunt for Eric Frein, which is now entering its fourth week. Eric Frein is the suspect in the killing of one and wounding of another Pennsylvania State Trooper. I should add that Eric Frein is accused of this and, thus, has not been convicted of it. According to the police, Frein is a self-styled “survivalist” and this is quite interesting for the reasons I will go into detail about below.
“Survivalism” is a word used to describe, often negatively, people that prepare for surviving various calamities such as nuclear wars, natural disasters, government collapse, economic collapse, and other breakdowns in the social order through which our foodstuffs andnecessities come from. One of the skills necessary in survivalism is hunting and, with that, woodcraft and wilderness skills. Those skills are as old as humanity itself and they were taught by Nature. Mankind abided by them for tens of thousands of years. Now, if we are to assume Frein is one of these types, then it would be safe to assume this man has wilderness skills of some considerable measure. Especially so if he is, in fact, successfully eluding hundreds of police personnel fanning out across the forest he is allegedly roaming about in. This manhunt is entering its fourth week. It is more likely that Frein is not in those woods and has successfully escaped. The Great Fathers of Pennsylvania are extremely reluctant to entertain that possibility because it would be quite embarrassing and humiliating, to say the least. But there are certain clues that those Great Fathers have misread. Why? Because those Great Fathers don’t hunt.

October 13, 2014

"LIVE FREE OR DIE" By Camille Desmoulins February 1788

One difference between the monarchy and the republic, which alone should suffice to make the people reject with horror all the monarchical rule and make them prefer the republic regardless of the cost of its establishment, is that in a democracy, though the people may be deceived, yet, at least, they love virtue.  It is merit that they believe they put in power in place of the rascals who are the very essence of monarchies.  The vices, the concealments, and the crimes which are the diseases of republics are the very health and existence of monarchies.  Cardinal Richelieu avowed openly in his political principles, that "the king should always avoid using the talents of thoroughly honest men."  Long before him Sallust said: "Kings cannot get along without rascals.  On the contrary, they should fear to trust the honest and the upright."

Camille Desmoulins
It is therefore, only under a democracy that the good citizen can reasonably hope to see a cessation of the triumphs of intrigue and crime; and to this end the people need only to be enlightened.
There is yet this difference between a monarchy and the republic; the reigns of Tiberius, of Claudius, of Nero, of Caligula, of Domitian, had happy beginnings.  In face, all reigns make a joyous entry, but only as a delusion.  Therefore the Royalists laugh at the present state of France as if its violent and terrible entry under the republic must always last.

October 12, 2014


To my Fellow Countrymen:  No person thinks more highly than I do about the ability and tenacity of the great people in this Country.  But different people often see the same subject in different lights; and, therefore, I hope it will not bee seen as politically incorrect if I share my view on the state of things and speak freely and without reserve.  This is no time for partisanship.  The reality facing this country is sobering.  For me, I consider it as nothing less than a question of freedom or slavery; and in proportion to the magnitude of the subject should be the freedom of the debate.  It is only in this way that we can hope to arrive at truth, and fulfill the great responsibility which we hold to ourselves and each other.  Should I hold back my opinions now, through fear of offending, I should consider myself as guilty of treason towards free people, and an act of disloyalty toward the majesty of liberty, which I revere above all earthly rulers.

Fellow Free People, it is natural to indulge in the illusions of hope.  We are prone to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the spin of media until they transform us into beasts.  Is this what wise people engaged in a great and arduous struggle for liberty would do?  Are we so inclined to look the other way when our freedom is at stake? For me, whatever anguish it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst, and and to speak about it.

October 7, 2014

UN-LIKE ME: The Problem with Facebook

Un-like me.  A story about Facebook and the satisfaction now culture.  How voyeurism effects a creeping tyranny into your life.  The need to be seen, the need to be watched and the need to be liked... have corrupted political sensibility in this country.

October 4, 2014


The first amendment has been abridged in that you are required to purchase a permit and are confined to a designated area of "free speech zone" and summarily arrested if you violate the terms of the aforementioned restraints.  Limiting speech through cost and constraint is no example of unabridged or free speech.

One common argument for the regulation of speech is the "fire in a theater" argument.  The argument proposes that one can not yell "fire" in a crowded theater therefore so called reasonable limits should be placed on speech in order to prevent chaos or violence as a result of careless speech.

In the case that some person may yell "fire" in a theater does the accuracy of his claim not come into account when determining if or not he should be arrested?


"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."

It is a pretty simple statement that is the spirit of all that the Constitution embodies.  The rest of the Constitution goes into greater detail as to the means by which the goals set forth in the Preamble are to be accomplished.

We can better understand the need for the Constitution if we simply read it.  It is primarily geared to limit  governmental powers by clearly defining them and the methods of law by which they are restricted.  Given that the founders saw government as a necessary evil it is rational that they would collude to confine that necessary evil.

If We the People would hope to make changes in the current state of affairs we must first start at the Constitution, how it works and also how it is abused.  Only when we realize its mechanisms and how they are abused can we hope to change the way our government functions and restore a sense of normalcy to our Constitutional Republic.

October 3, 2014


Who controls money?  Where is the value of money made and Lost?  The Federal Reserve is often the main actor on these matters.  The Fed ultimately determines who will be prosperous and who will not be prosperous.

The Federal Reserve, often thought to be a government entity, is tasked with maintaining and regulating the banking system and establishing controls on inflation.  Its most unique power, however, is its ability to print money from thin air.  It has no concern for the real value or its effects on existing money.

Former Congressman Dr. Ron Paul notes in his book "End the Fed":
"Given that money is on half of every commercial transaction and that whole civilizations literally rise and fall based on the quality of their money, we are talking about an awesome power, one that flies under cover of night.  It is the power to weave illusions that appear real as long as they last.  That is the very core of the Fed's power."

Without these powers, politicians would not have the power to maintain limitless spending and ever expanding government.  In the long run, ending these powers would return America to a more fiscally sustainable path and restore sense to the free market; resulting in a real and better standard of living for everyone.

Continuing to expose criminal operations within the Fed will require an exploration of their actions both recent and in the past.