Anarchist Emma Goldman correctly stated, “Most human beings only think they want freedom. In truth they yearn for the bondage of social order, rigid laws, materialism. The only freedom man really wants, is the freedom to become comfortable.” No better proof can be found of this axiom than a casual perusal of social media. A mindless Tweet or a funny video on Facebook will garner thousands of comments or “likes” but cognitive material which requires thought and consideration and might be mentally uncomfortable is to a large part ignored, because, to face the truth, especially in considering one’s government is completely and totally corrupt, should and does create an uncomfortable feeling in the minds of those who are not comatose. Besides, in today’s social media world anything over 140 characters takes too long to read and is immediately rejected by the Public Fool System indoctrinated mind. Continue reading
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Author’s NOTE: I wrote this article several years back and was most fortunate to have it published in the Navajo Times, the newspaper of the Navajo Nation. Our children’s, as well as our own experiences while we lived among these people are still treasured today. Being immersed in another culture was enlightening and challenging. We still treasure the friendships molded in the high plains of New Mexico among several families it was our pleasure to spend so many hours with. When our son left for Iraq in 2004 these people held a native ceremony for his safe return. Our lives have been so much richer for the time we spent with these wonderful people. ~ M.G.
A multitude of memories swarmed in my head as I prepared to head for the Four Corners area of New Mexico, Utah, Arizona and Colorado and this year’s cattle drive. Has it really been 10 years since I first had the opportunity to play cowboys with the Indians?
Ten years ago, my family and I moved to the Navajo Indian Reservation. My wife had accepted a job there teaching in a Bureau of Indian Affairs School. Even though she was transferred to the Tohono O’Odham Reservation two years later, we have maintained contact with our Navajo friends. Some years our contact is centered on the spring or fall cattle gatherings and drives. Continue reading
“They sow the wind and reap the whirlwind. The stalk has no head; it will produce no flour. Were it to yield grain, foreigners would swallow it up.” ~ Hosea 8:7
For almost 15 years, the people of this country have stood and cheered and praised and honored those who have delivered death and destruction on a grand scale to peoples they do not even know, in countries where most have never been or could point to on a map, and called it patriotism. The phrase “collateral damage” has never been equated to a loss of innocent life. This kind of moral decay has beset our country and now that some of the seeds of violence are producing to this point only small morsels of return on the streets of America, Ignoramus Americanus is setting up a wail of concern and grief they cared nothing about when they facilitated the perpetrators of such violence on others. Continue reading
Author’s Warning: If you came to this article hoping to find some feel-good, stars and stripes forever, hero worshiping, reality avoiding diatribe, just move along—there is nothing to see here. But, if you realize our government is openly oppressive and tyrannical and can only implement their unconstitutional policies with willing dupes in their employ and the useful idiots who support them, then – hold on – this is or could be your cup of tea or perhaps a moment of lucid thought in a sea of emotions. ~ Mike
“The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.” ~ Albert Einstein
Imagine with me for a minute: it is April 19, 1942, you have heard on the radio of the Doolittle raid on Tokyo. In your heart, you feel a little justification for what you have been repeatedly told was a “sneak attack” on Pearl Harbor just four months prior. You are told the president of the United States (Barack Roosevelt) will be making an announcement within the hour. Of course, you are shocked beyond belief when the president declares he will be spearheading efforts to bring refugees from the raid on Tokyo to cities and towns in America and proclaims Islam Shinto religion to be a religion of peace. Continue reading
“Old forms of Government finally grow so oppressive that they must be thrown off even at the risk of reigns of terror.” ~ Herbert Spencer
The philosopher Thomas Hobbes is reported to have said, “Freedom is government in very small fragments.” On the 23rd of June, just two days ago, Britain voted to leave the European Union and be ruled by a smaller fragment of government. Perhaps they heard the echo of the voice of Winston Churchill and his admonishment to Charles de Gaulle in 1944 that if Britain were forced to choose between the rest of Europe and the “open sea” she must always choose the open sea. The battle of consolidation of government and the resultant loss of freedom in such an association has resulted in a rage for freedom throughout recorded history. America exists only because of this rage for freedom and the power which resides in the people known as nullification and separation. Continue reading
“The hardest thing to explain is the glaringly evident which everyone has decided not to see.” ~ Ayn Rand
“A formal attack on ignorance is bound to fail because the masses are always ready to defend their most precious possession—their ignorance.” ~ Hendrick Willem von Loon
I am tolerant of the people who believe differently than I do as long as they don’t insist I abandon my beliefs, my heritage or respect for my forefathers in order to better tolerate their views and beliefs. What I am growing increasingly intolerant of are those who willfully choose to be ignorant and demand I honor their ignorance by ignoring the documented facts of history.
“Tolerance and apathy are the last virtues of a dying society.” ~ Aristotle
America’s largest criminal enterprise, one which operates with the consent and cooperation of millions is best known as our government. This criminal enterprise owns the so-called justice system because those entrusted with dispensing justice depend on the criminal element for appointments and income. Yet, there are still people who believe this element within our government will somehow turn on those from whom it gains power and sustenance. These are the people who believe Hillary Clinton will be indicted and perhaps convicted of a crime.
Missing from the thought process of those with such beliefs is to understand that to indict and convict Hillary would be an indictment and conviction of the operations of the government itself. Continue reading
To paraphrase an ancient Greek, society will often survive the evil that men do for evil purposes, but a society’s downfall can often be attributed to the evil done in the name of good intentions. Couple this with the theory of James Madison as stated in the first few weeks of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 that the masses were incapable of self-governance because they would not keep themselves educated as to the circumstances of their government and the history relevant to such decisions. Continue reading
About this time last year, there was much speculation on a projected military operation that would be carried out within the confines of the United States that was being called Jade Helm 15. Here is what the Washington Post had to say about that operation last September.
“The military exercise Jade Helm 15 generated enough conspiracy theories this year that it garnered mockery on late-night television, commentary from presidential candidates and reaction from the Texas governor. The basic thrust of the concerns: The military was laying the groundwork for martial law — if not now, then sometime in the future.”
Then TV commentator Jon Stewart, in support of his master, the US Government, gave this admonition to Governor Abbot of Texas who had ordered the Texas State Guard to monitor the US military in his state.
“Oh dear Lord, Yet another waste of Texas funds that could have been spent on actual threats, like your infamous chainsaw massacres. Texas, it’s not that I don’t find it adorable that your governor thinks your State Guard could take on the United States military. It’s like a little dog growling at a big dog, or an 8-year-old picking a fight with the Predator.”
No groups of people are more easily enslaved than those who are functionally illiterate or have been successfully indoctrinated to the point they do not understand they are slaves, and no groups of people are more criminal than those who believe their criminal acts are necessary and sanctioned by a god called government.
It started with John Dewey in 1898 and continues today with complete government sanction, operating under sanitized, euphemistic phrases such as “Goals 2000, No Child Left Behind or Common Core.” Collectivism has brought us to the point where approximately 50% of the population of our country is functionally illiterate. If you doubt this for a moment, have your server at a local fast food restaurant make change without a programmed cash register or ask almost anyone to explain why the people known as Anti-federalists opposed ratification of our Constitution. Continue reading
“We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.” ~ William Casey, Ronald Reagan’s first CIA Director (from Casey’s first staff meeting, 1981)
On September 18, 1947, the National Security Act became law. This new law created multiple layers of unaccountable bureaucracies that have controlled our government since that date. Among those new bureaucracies were the Department of Defense, a subtle change in wording from Department of War to lull the American people to sleep believing their military would only be involved in defending the country. Of course, this has morphed into a force which, while leaving our borders unprotected, has embarked on a quest for empire with a US military presence in over 140 different countries, a massive albatross of choking debt, hundreds of thousands of dead and maimed military personnel and unconstitutional, perpetual wars for peace with nothing to show in the “win” column. Continue reading
One would be hard pressed to disagree with the fact the Declaration of Independence not only defines the beginnings of our country but could be called our founding charter. Thomas Jefferson most eloquently laid out the tenets of lawful separation from a tyrannical oppressor, but also the definition of the one thing which defines the difference between ownership by the people of their government or the ownership of the people by a government: the basic tenet of “consent of the governed.”
It is both an indictment and a conviction of the Public Fool System and the institutionalized ignorance of the vast majority of citizens in this country that a government which operates without their consent is not only tyrannical and oppressive but such a government renders the people political slaves to their government’s edicts, rulings, and laws. Believing an elected representative who does not strictly adhere to a sacred oath to the Constitution is a lawful “representative” of their vested interests is insanity perfectly defined. Any elected representative who votes or acts unconstitutionally is a criminal and should be treated as such. Continue reading
We are continually told by the government and their shills in the media of the criminality engaged in by those with the audacity to challenge the legality of government intrusions on our liberty and freedoms. They oftentimes refer to us as “domestic terrorists.” “By what authority” could a local, elected, public official such as a Sheriff challenge unconstitutional laws has been on the lips of many candidates for those offices. Ignorance is bliss and it requires very little action. Continue reading
“Some wear the color of the sky in the winter
Some were as blue as the night
They came like a storm with the light of the morn
And they fell through the whole day and night
Colors flew high and they danced in the sky
As I watched them come over the hill
Then to my wonder, sticks that made thunder
Such a great number lay still” ~ Sticks That Made Thunder, The Steeldrivers
In late June of 1863, the 800 plus North Carolinians who made up the 26th North Carolina Infantry Regiment began their long march from the vicinity of Fredricksburg, Virginia to near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The 26th NC was made up of primarily hardscrabble farm boys from Central and Western North Carolina. A great many of these men were under the age of 25. Among them were two of my ancestors.* Continue reading
“As long as it is admitted that the law may be diverted from its true purpose—that it may violate property instead of protecting it—then everyone will want to participate in making the law, either to protect himself from plunder or use it for plunder.” ~ Frederick Bastiat
We have all been brought up hearing the phrase “the rule of law.” We also hear often that we are a “nation of laws” not a “nation of men.” We have common law, constitutional law, blue laws, supreme law, the law of the jungle, civil law and Jefferson’s “the Law of Nature and Nature’s God.”
Is it possible all of the laws mentioned above are compatible? Does any one of them contradict the others? We all should know laws are to be created by a legislature for the primary purpose of protecting our individual rights. To accomplish that purpose all laws created by that legislature must be “in pursuance of” our established Constitution and Bill of Rights. Any law that is contrary to the pursuance of our Constitution is null, void and of no force. Continue reading
“Conspirators do not make minutes of their machinations, progress, and objectives. Seldom, therefore, can conspiracy be proved by other than circumstantial evidence. It is only by assembling the results, with such evidence as may be of the progress thereof by the participants, that the victim can ever make a case of conspiracy. If in the end there is a completed structure of result, the frame of which has been furnished piecemeal by several individuals, the parts when brought together showing adaptation to each other and fitness for the end accomplished, it is at least reasonable to infer concert in both planning and fabrication.” ~ Scheele v. Union Finance & Loan Co., 200 Minn. 554 at 560, 274 N. W. 673 at 678 (1937). (Emphasis added)
Prior to, during, and shortly after our Second War for Independence, the Constitutional Republic designed and ratified by our forefathers was hijacked and destroyed by members of the International Banking Cartel and their bought and paid for members of our government including members of Congress, Cabinet Members and the US Supreme Court. This form of unconstitutional governance has continued to the present day, continually utilizing bought and paid for members of our government and we are today reaping the full whirlwind of that wind sown in the 1860s. Continue reading
I have thoroughly enjoyed watching the mayhem of this presidential campaign season. The forces that have combined in an attempt to derail a Trump phenomenon the Republicans never saw coming is most revealing. The popularity of Trump among those in this country who are beginning to catch on to the political scam of the two major parties has created chaos within the GOP, the media, and with Democrats. Did the Republican hierarchy really believe the people would not eventually see through the scam that no matter which R they voted for, once elected, they legislated like a full blown progressive, socialist Democrat? Continue reading
“The financiers’ motives in the war were not as glorious as the motives of many fine young men when they marched in ranks mowed down at Second Manassas, Fredericksburg, the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Second Cold Harbor, and other such battles. The true object, for which those boys were uncaringly and needlessly sacrificed, was to transform national debt into private control of banking and currency in the United States.” ~ John Remington Graham, Blood Money: the Civil War and the Federal Reserve (Emphasis added)
~ Forewords ~
About two years ago I wrote a series of articles under the title of this piece in order to bring the light of truth to the events in our history known incorrectly as the Civil War. Since I wrote these articles there have been several events that have occurred in this country which have led to continued demonization of the people of the South, their culture, and their symbols. In reaction to the horrific shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, in June of 2015, several entities across this country began political, not historical, attacks on Southern symbols. Ironically, today, one can purchase an ISIS flag at Amazon but cannot purchase a Confederate Battle Flag. A personal friend has taken on the fight in Ft. Smith, Arkansas to challenge the local school board which made the decision to remove a school mascot, the school fight song and the name of a dance team as a personal sacrifice to the gods of Cultural Marxism. To this man and his efforts, I dedicate this series of articles. Thanks, Joey ~ M.G.
“Mr. Pendleton, if the Republicans lose their little war; they’re voted out in the next election and they return to their homes in New York, or Massachusetts or Illinois, fat with their war profits; if we lose, we lose our country, we lose our independence, we lose it all.” ~ General Thomas Jonathan Jackson (Stonewall) 1862. Continue reading
I have written previously, the government we presently are controlled by, as opposed to performing their constitutional obligation to defend our individual rights, is riding hell-bent-for-leather to destroy any vestiges of freedom, liberty, and personal property rights. Such was the government established throughout our country during the period of our history known as Reconstruction. The model for the application of the principles of Reconstruction was established primarily by General William Tecumseh Sherman, especially as he embarked on his infamous burnings of Meridian, Atlanta, the “March to the Sea” and then subsequent attacks into South and North Carolina. While the “Radical Republicans” led by Thaddeus Stevens and Charles Sumner set about the political raping and pillaging of the South, Sherman turned his death and destruction on the American Indians. Continue reading
“When the president does it, that means it’s not illegal.” ~ Richard Nixon
I certainly did not realize what would be the extent of time spent researching for my future class on: who were the five best and who were the five worst presidents in American history. Especially, considering I had chosen in advance as the baseline for that determination how each president performed in accordance with their oath of office.
We should all be aware that in today’s political landscape, our Constitution can mean everything or it can mean nothing, depending of course on how any decision based on a sacred oath to ‘protect and defend” that Constitution plays with the country’s electorate. Those citizens who are clamoring for so-called entitlements or those who are begging to be protected from some existential threat, a threat most often created by their own government, are equally uncaring about how their president and other elected officials perform in accordance with that sacred oath. Continue reading
Socialism Coming Home To Roost
“Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.” ~ John Adams
“Democracy is the road to Socialism” ~ Karl Marx
Friday night last, in the city of Chicago, we saw a microcosm of what those in government who see that government as a path to power and wealth and those they promise to support for life in return for their votes have brought to this once proud Republic.
The dichotomy of law enforcement shooting farmers and ranchers in the West in order to seize private property for their masters while members of law enforcement are shot to death by welfare recipients and illegal aliens in the cities that have embraced socialism on a grand scale is lost on Ignoramus Americanus and those who blindly serve and worship the god called government. Continue reading
“It is forbidden to kill, therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of trumpets“ ~ Voltaire
On January 26, 2016, Robert LaVoy Finicum was murdered on a lonely stretch of highway in Oregon by as yet unnamed government employees. It was murder in the first degree for it meets all four of the legal tenets for such a crime. Continue reading
Author’s NOTE: In light of what happened recently in Oregon and what happened in Nevada in 2014, including the arrest of the Bundys a journalist and several members of the militia, all acts which are traceable directly to the usurpation of power over states in the West by the Bureau of Land Management and other government alphabet agencies, it is important we examine those actions using the Constitution as a baseline. We must remember that government agencies never find anything in our Constitution that limit their actions and have begun to refer to those who question these actions as “domestic terrorists.” But, these agencies often point to Article IV Section III Clause 2 as constitutional justification of their criminal acts. In most cases this seems to work—they just throw the Article, Section and Clause out there as evidence to a country of brain dead zombies—all courtesy of the Public Fool System, socialist college professors, government shills and sycophants. It’s well past time we confront their claims of constitutional authorization for their gestapo storm trooper actions. ~ (M.G.) Continue reading
Authors note: While I remain unconvinced that Donald Trump has a firm grasp on the importance of our Declaration of Independence, our Constitution as ratified, our Bill of Rights and their proper application, I applaud how his campaign continues to expose the underbelly of the beast for all to see. What I fear is this: if their personal and professional attacks do not accomplish the needed results, Trump will be more and more seen as a liability that must be eliminated by other means. ~ M.G.
A great many Americans continue to be drawn to the battle for the nomination for president in the Republican Party. That Hillary will be the nominee from the left is virtually assured, even if she is indicted in the meantime which is highly unlikely considering the track record of the FBI and DOJ when it comes to dealing with the Clinton crime family. Any entity who lends support to a person like Sanders who is not not only an avowed Socialist, but a Communist sympathizer as well, would gladly support a person under indictment. Remember it was Lenin who told us the goal of Socialism is Communism. Continue reading
“You are a slow learner, Winston.”
“How can I help it? How can I help but see what is in front of my eyes? Two and two are four. Sometimes, Winston. Sometimes they are five. Sometimes they are three. Sometimes they are all of them at once. You must try harder. It is not easy to become sane.” ~ George Orwell, 1984
This morning , one of the top stories on my lobotomy box (TV) concerned the US Department of Justice issuing a report on their investigation of the Albuquerque Police Dept. Now, that is just what we need; the agency responsible for killing over 70 people at Waco, including 26 children; shooting 14 year old Samuel Weaver in the back; shooting his unarmed mother in the head while holding her infant; covering up facts of the OKC bombing; being involved in the first bombing of the Twin Towers in 1993; running a devious operation known as Cointelpro and shooting Lavoy Finicum while he stood with his hands up, should be the people who stand in judgement of a local police department that because of its federal training mandates was shooting unarmed people at an alarming rate and costing the taxpayers of Albuquerque millions. Two and two is five! Continue reading
The vast majority of Americans have been taught by the Public Fool System, Leviathan’s historians and religious con-artists, that a group of devoutly religious men, the majority of whom were in total agreement on the tenets of government, got together in 1787 and came up with a constitution that was widely accepted and is exactly what our politicians, judges and law enforcement observe today as they go about their business.
We all have heard of James Madison who bears the title of “Father of the Constitution.” Strange indeed considering the plan of government Madison wrote and transmitted to George Washington in April of 1787 and was presented at the convention as the “Virginia Plan,” was overwhelmingly rejected at that convention. Continue reading
As I have written on numerous occasions, the true meaning of the Constitution is to be found in what the people in the various State Ratification Conventions were told told it meant before they agreed to ratify it as the law of the land.
Also found in those ratification debates are wonderful and concise descriptions of what the Constitution would lead to if the proper safeguards and limitations were not placed on government. No finer example of both promises and predictions can be found than the discussion between Patrick Henry and John Marshall on the 7th of June 1888 in the Virginia State Ratification Convention. Continue reading
“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee…” ~ Hosea 4:6
Yesterday, I received an email touting the defense of our Constitution by recently deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. The first paragraph went on to sing the praises of Scalia although no evidence of this support was found in the body of the email. The author of this piece then claimed Scalia to be the greatest person to ever wear the black robe, with the possible exception of John Marshall. Continue reading