Tag Archives: Thomas Jefferson

Jefferson on Cities

Over 230 years ago Thomas Jefferson looked into his Crystal Ball and predicted precisely what’s going on here today. — jtl, 419           FOLLOW FLYOVER PRESS ON FACEBOOK Check out our WebSite Check out our e-Store The … Continue reading

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A Coming Era of Civil Disobedience?

A secession of the heart has already taken place in America, and a secession, not of states, but of people from one another, caused by divisions on social, moral, cultural, and political views and values, is taking place. Indeed it … Continue reading

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Stop the Gun Grabbers

…the Constitution’s framers gave us the Second Amendment to protect our rights to go deer and duck hunting, do a bit of skeet shooting, and protect ourselves against criminals. That this vision is so widely held reflects the failure of … Continue reading

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LA Times Absurdity: The ‘Enemy Within’ Is Cultivated by Fedgov Gridlock

 We never heard anyone say, “Gee, I’m so frustrated over the lack of laws being passed that I hope a dictator comes along and passes more of them.” Gridlock in Washington, District of Criminals is a very good thing. — … Continue reading

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Judicial ‘sappers and miners’ undermined the constitutional fabric of the nation

The elites have used gradualism to slowly deprive Americans of their rights one by one and bit by bit. It will take 238 years or more to return the same freedom to Americans they had at the founding of the … Continue reading

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The Hundreds: Thomas Jefferson’s Forgotten Plan for Restoring a Failed Republic

A crucial thing people don’t know about Jefferson is this: he was fully convinced that freedom in America was fatally wounded—in fact on its deathbed—by 1810 or so. He maintained that he and his fellow founders had blown their opportunity … Continue reading

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From republicanism to tyranny: How did we lose our rights?

The natural result of Lincoln’s actions is the empirical presidency we have today. President Barack Obama once claimed he fancied himself a modern-day Lincoln. It’s probably the only truth he’s uttered since he took office. Read this from top to … Continue reading

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Texas Bill Would Make All Federal Gun Laws Invalid & Unenforceable

All I can say is, it’s about damned time. — jtl, 419 By Tim Brown via Freedom Outpost Texas Republican State Representative Tim Kleinschmidt (Lexington), who was recently re-elected, introduced House Bill 176 (HB176), which would declare all federal gun laws … Continue reading

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The Kernel of Resistance

Read Brave New War by John Robb. Open Source Warfare is doable. We know that because it is what has kicked the most powerful military in the world’s ass out of the Middle East. Its predecessor (good old fashioned Guerilla … Continue reading

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Gentlemen May Cry – Part 1

  All efforts to combine the States into a single, consolidated government were therefore acts of usurpation. We published Part 2 yesterday. It took a while to track down Part 1 and we still haven’t found Part 3. We’re working … Continue reading

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