What do you want?

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Thu, 17 May 2012 10:57:42 GMT  <== Politics ==> 

Kerodin at III Percent Patriots - Kerodin is a Constitutionalist.

If you do not want a Constitutional America, fine. But have the balls to market what you are truly selling.

For you folks who don't know what you want, or do not want Restoration, we do not have enough in common to warrant my ever allowing you on my flank. One day, when it is down to Constitutionalists and non-Constitutionalists, you'll decide that there can be only one.

I posted the following comment:

I could be a Constitutionalist, too, if Bill of Rights enforcement were added. That means that any congress critter, cop, soldier, judge, or any other sworn servant of the people who infringes the Constitution, in even the smallest way, would be immediately booted from office and forever forbidden to serve. Unconstitutional arrest would be treated as kidnapping, a capital offense. That means every narc hanged. (The Constitution establishes the common law as the basis for US law. In the common law, a crime must have a victim, a corpus delicti. Drug "crimes" have no such victim. Neither do tax, licensing, or registration "crimes"). It also means NO gun laws, anywhere in the country. "Shall not be infringed" means exactly that.

Of course, legislators would be allowed to offer amendments to the Constitution itself, but NOT to the Bill of Rights. Any non-amending legislation that was unconstitutional, meaning 99% of what they pass into "law" these days, would get them booted, on the day it was proposed.

The problem here is enforcement. How to keep it from sliding back into what we have now, supposedly a constitutional republic, but in reality, a police state from top to bottom. How to keep the three branches, which are supposed to keep each other honest, from operating in collusion, as they do now. I have no solution to that problem. It faltered almost immediately the first time (can you say "Whiskey Rebellion" or "Alien and Sedition Acts"? Thought you could), failed horribly with Lincoln's war, and has been a zombie walking since FDR.

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Over the last six years

Submitted by Art on Thu, 17 May 2012 18:37:42 GMT

Over the last six years members from the Make it Safe Coalition (MISC) have arranged an assembly of Whistleblowers in Washington,DC each year for an annual conference originally known as Washington Whistleblower’s Week. The ACORN 8 and the USDA Coalition of Mionrity Employees will co-­‐host this year’sWhistleblower Summit on Civil & Human Rights.

This year’s theme is WoW…Obama—fighting the War on Whistleblowers and Women. We are proud to announce that MSNBC Host Dylan Ratigan has agreed to participate and that the PACIFICA Radio Network will broadcast the historic event nationally this year.

The Pillar Human Rights Award for International Person’s of Conscience will be awarded to notable civil and human rights champions.The international press may cover the event as well.


The Opening Plenary and Panel Discussion will take place in the Dirksen Building Senate Judiciary Hearing Room on May 21, 2012 (12:00—4:00 PM). Followed by Welcome Reception and Art Auction at the Mott House on May21, 2012 (5:00—7:00 PM)


A Press Conference on the Mall at the Martin Luther King Memorial will be held on May 22, 2012 (11:00—2:00 PM). Followed by Historic Whistleblower Book Signing and Film Screening at Busboy’s & Poets (14th and V. Street)on May 22, 2012(4:00—8:00 PM).Notable authors, whistleblowers and advocates include Tom Devine, the Whistleblowers Survival Guide; Michael McCray, ACORN8: Race, Power & Politics, and Eyal Press, Beautiful Souls.


Civil and Human Rights Roundtable on the War on Women,and the War on Whistleblowers will be held at the Mott House on May 23, 2012 (10:00—2:00 PM). ACORN 8, USDA Coalition of Minority Employees and the MISC are an assortment of various public interest/advocacy groups. For more information call 202.370.6635 or 703.743.0565 or for more information please visit the ACORN8.com website.

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I'm in

Submitted by ekim on Fri, 18 May 2012 04:36:20 GMT

Where do I sign up. I've said for a long time that it's not our fellow citizens we need to fight, it's the politicians and lawyers that are screwing up this nation. We need to take the fight directly to them and see how good they can fight, and not with words. If they really believe what they push upon us as laws and regulations let them stand up and actually fight to keep them. No more drawing lines in the sand. The time is here and now!

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