Operation American Spring

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OPERATION AMERICAN SPRING will be a gigantic step in removing the flea infestation that is sucking the blood out of America.
We see no reasonable, hopeful sign that indicates there are honorable, loyal, mature, critical thinking, experienced people in government that understands the chaos about to rain down on America, nor do they care….our only hope is that “we the people” call, organize, and draw a few million patriots to stay in D.C. for an “American Spring”. It would be the catalyst to draw the line and bring to a conclusion a decision on the out of control government, one way or the other. America will rise up or surrender………for me, I only go to my knees in the presence of God Almighty………..my knees will not touch the surface as a result of some piss ant occupant of the White House or a corrupt legislator, or outside element…I will fall to my death standing if necessary.

Flogging, chopping off limbs and stoning to death: Brunei brings in new rule of law.

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Originally posted on The Muslim Issue:
Those who reject Allah and hinder (men) from the Path of Allah; their deeds will Allah render astray (from their mark). … Therefore, when ye meet the…

The Great Disconnect: The Whole, Ugly Truth About Barack Hussein Obama

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Originally posted on Kingsjester's Blog:
PROLOGUE: Beginning the morning of June 30th, 2010, I posted a 4 part series, titled “The Great Disconnect” about the current President of these United States, Barack…

CT Governor Dannel Malloy to Gun Owners: “Your Side Lost,” Get Over It | DC Clothesline

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Originally posted on The Grey Enigma:
March 16, 2014 by Tim Brown Dannel Malloy CT Gov. & Douchebag As Connecticut is in the midst of a very serious situation regarding guns and gun registration, Governor Dannel…

The Blow That Killed America 100 Years Ago

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“There is a lot of ruin in a nation,” wrote Adam Smith. His point was that it takes a long time for nations to fall, even when they’re dead on their feet. And he was certainly right.

America took its fatal blow in 1913, one hundred years ago; it just hasn’t hit the ground yet. This is a slow process, but it’s actually fast compared to the Romans. It took them several centuries to collapse.

The confusing thing about our current situation is that America – and by that I mean the noble America that so many of us grew up believing was real – has long been poisoned. Its liver, kidneys, and spleen have all stopped functioning. Its heart beats slowly and irregularly. But it still stands on its feet and presents itself as alive to all those who would let their eyes fool them.

And I’m not without sympathy for those who want to believe. They find themselves in a world where politics is almighty, and where their comfort, prosperity, and perhaps their survival all hang in a delicate balance. They don’t want to upset anything, and questioning the bosses is a good way to get yelled at.

But just because someone wants to believe doesn’t make it so. We are not children and we are not powerless. We Producers should never be intimidated by those who live at our expense. So let’s start looking at the facts.

Abusive Government: The Good Guys Are NOT Coming To Save Us

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A lot of Americans know that the US government is out of control. Anyone who has cared enough to study the US Constitution even a little knows this. Still, very few of these people are taking any significant action, and largely because of one error: They are waiting for “the good guys” to show up and fix things.

Some think that certain groups of politicians will pull it together and fix things, or that one magnificent politician will ride in to fix things. Others think that certain members of the military will step in and slap the politicians back into line. And, I’m sure there are other variations.

Let’s just say it:

No one is going to ride in and save you.

If you want things to get better, then YOU will have to make them better. YOU will have to stand up and take the arrows, yourself. Liberty, at this stage of human development, requires risk and pain.

I trust that you will remember the end of Jesus’ famous Sermon on the Mount: That it is not those who call upon his name who will be saved, but only those who DO the things he said.

Will Government Tyranny Be Completed Before Humanity Wakes Up Again?

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All of our lives have occurred in an era of peak somnambulism (a.k.a. sleepwalking), and those of us who enjoy being awake have suffered mightily because of it. Using your mind has come with a price in our time, which is pretty sick, really. You can thank growing government tyranny for that.

Humanity, however, does not sleep forever. Eventually humans get tired with the permanent suspension of thought. I know that none of us have ever seen that in our lifetimes, but I study history, and trust me, it has happened in the past.

Can you imagine people traveling a hundred miles on foot, over muddy roads and fields, with bad shoes, and sleeping outdoors, just to listen to a teacher who the authorities had recently defrocked for immorality and cast out of the city? And this teacher wasn’t a religious guru or the leader of a revolution: he was teaching things like history, philosophy and logic.

Well, hundreds of people, even thousands, did this in the early 12th century. (The teacher’s name was Peter Abelard, and he wasn’t the only one.) Europeans had been cut-off from learning by their ruling systems for hundreds of years, and yet at this moment they remembered that they were human and woke up.

I’m promising that this will happen again anytime soon, mind you, but it does happen on occasion.

Government: Do As I Say, Not As I Do

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Xenophobic and discriminatory immigration polices further demonstrate the depths to which government will sink to spy into the lives of Americans.

The latest immigration bill is 800 pages on how to worsen the immigration situation, while using immigration as a diversionary issue to institute yet another spy tool on the average citizen.

I find it rather laughable that the thing that made America great is now a bogeyman of modern day American politics. Only a few generations ago people flocked to the borders to enter America with nothing but a dream and the clothes on their backs. My great grandparents epitomized that image! From Poland and Russia, they came… my grandmother was born on the boat, in fact! Couldn’t speak a word of English, they were illiterate even in their native language. Whatever we had here was worth enduring their boat trip across the Atlantic… or perhaps what they were fleeing made it worthwhile?

Thomas Jefferson: “We Failed”

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Our Revolution presented us an album on which we were free to write what we pleased. Yet we did not avail ourselves of all the advantages of our position.

The Revolution gave us a shot at real liberty, but we blew it.

We had never been permitted to exercise self-government. When forced to assume it, we were novices in its science. Its principles and forms had little entered into our former education. We established, however, some (but not all) of its important principles…

We weren’t prepared for what we had to do.

We think experience has proved the benefit of subjecting questions to two separate bodies of deliberants. But in constituting these bodies, [we have] been mistaken, making one of these bodies, and in some cases both, the representatives of property instead of persons.

We thought our legislative structure would protect us, but they were bought-off right away.

This double deliberation might be obtained just as well without any violation of true principle, either by requiring a greater age in one of the bodies, or by electing a proper number of representatives of persons, or by dividing them by lots into two chambers, and renewing the division at frequent intervals, in order to break up all cabals.

What we really needed was something that would break up parties and factions.

We Do NOT Have a Federal Government

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What was “Federal”?

Nearly all of us use the word federal to refer to the United States national government, as distinct from the state governments. This has been an error on our part.

Federal was a description, not a name. It would be fair to use federative in its place. It described a type of government, not a particular organization.

For example, when we say “my friend has a fast car,” we don’t think that fast is the car’s brand name – it is merely a description of the car’s acceleration and top speed.

Federal was not the brand name of the government that James Madison designed, it was a description, like fast.

Notice how Madison distinguishes between national and federal. We have lost this distinction, and it is crucial.
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Jefferson’s Final Warnings

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People remember Thomas Jefferson for the Declaration of Independence, which he wrote in 1776. A few will remember that he served as president from 1801 to 1809, but aside from that, they know almost nothing of his life and work. In actual fact, he lived till 1826, when he died on July 4, fifty years to the day after the ratification of his Declaration.

During those fifty years, Jefferson’s intellectual life bloomed. He was an inventor, a horticulturalist, and especially a philosopher. In fact, he was a brave and excellent philosopher.

As I wrote previously, Jefferson was convinced that he and the other “founders” had blown their shot at freedom. That’s not something that a lot of Americans are comfortable hearing, but it’s true just the same.

If I Were a Socialist U.S. President…

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Originally posted on Kingsjester's Blog:
**In respectful honor and memory of the late, great Paul Harvey, an American Original, (September 4, 1918 – February 28, 2009)** If I were a Socialist U.S. President……

America’s Culture War: This Encroaching Darkness

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Originally posted on Kingsjester's Blog:
For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual…

ISLAM FOR DUMMIES: Basics 101 – Understanding the Threat of Islam!

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Islam means “submission.” Muslim means “one who submits.”

They have NEVER been separated. Islam never took over Muslims, they have always been in unity. In the 7th century Mohammad coined the Arabic term “Islam” (submission) as the political military entity of his cult and “Muslim” (someone who submits) for his followers. Mohammad originally had less than 50 followers that led to 100 followers, that led to thousands. To grow the numbers of his followers he took jihadi measures by forced submission to Islam – under the sword. Conquering villages by death or submission to Islam, his Muslim followers adhered to his measures of brutality and genocide. In an early jihad military force, Mohammad killed over 600 Jews- beheading them himself, as an example to his followers – all in the name of Allah.

For those confused of the basics of Islam and to give you more wisdom and insight into this threat to our nation, I have condensed some key points from “ISLAM 101″ by author Gregory M. Davis.

4th Amendment

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The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Proposed 1789, ratified 1791 as a bulk ratification of the first ten amendments, the original ten amendments, the Bill of Rights known as the peoples rights.

There are two clause:

Clause 1: Unreasonable searches and seizures (The Reasonableness Clause)

Clause 2: Warrant (Warrant Clause)

While James Madison is sighted as the author of the first draft, it is John Adams version, and his arguments for, that has resulted in its final wording.

The 4th amendment was applied to the states in a ruling by the Court in Mapp v. Ohio (1961). Although the 14th amendment has been used by the Court to assert that the Bill of Rights applied to the states.

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The 4th amendment is enforced by the exclusionary rule, established by Weeks v. United States (1914).

To understand the 4th amendment and finding of its way into the Bill of Rights the following are two sources: Writs of Assistance Case and The Framers’ Intent: John Adams, His Era, and the Fourth Amendment.

As Thomas K. Clancy wrote in The Framers’ Intent, “The amendment contains two grammatically independent clauses joined by the conjunction “and.” The first clause is called the Reasonableness Clause and merely specifies, without elaboration, that all searches and seizures must be reasonable. The second clause, commonly called the Warrant Clause, requires that warrants be under oath or affirmation, that the places to be searched and the persons and things to be seized must be particularly described, and that the intrusion be supported by probable cause.”