Tag : liberty

I was recently hit with a question that made me step back and reflect on what I am doing in my day-to-day fight for true liberty or individual sovereignty. The original question I was asked was simple but carries so much weight I believe that it is what we need to ask ourselves every day when we first wake up. “What …

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Written on Nov, 14, 2016 by in , , ,

As of 2016, our constitutional form of government is well over 200 years old; specifically 240 years ago, our Founding Fathers were engaged in a struggle for the success of a great experiment in government, which outcome was far from certain. Upon independence from Great Britain, the framers of the constitution took up the task of making the new nation …

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Written on Oct, 20, 2016 by in , , ,

We will soon enter into the year 2020. That’s the year when people can say the 1990’s were 30 years ago. I could stop right there and your mind would feel depressed., however, I want to ask a question. Do we have any heroes at this point in history? As we look back at the 1990’s and the Clinton administration’s past, what …

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Written on Jun, 30, 2016 by in , , ,

The time is upon us, the age of information. A time when we quite literally walk around with a computer in our pockets in the form of smartphones. All the current apps installed, the latest messaging gadget, and games to keep you occupied and content. That is all by design and part of the plan of globalism; and the tracks …

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The party of liberty and freedom wasted no time in last nights first televised Libertarian debate expressing their views and the party’s stance. With a message that you just do not hear from the other two parties, the Libertarian candidates drilled home the message of the Libertarian Party. Self freedom, small government, addressing undeclared wars, and many issues that the …

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