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HR.822, the National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act

Most of the United States have enacted shall-issue concealed firearm permit legislation. This means that if an applicant meets specific standards (most importantly pass a background check), the issuing authority must issue the permit. Some states still issue permits on an arbitrary basis (eg after contributing to the sheriff's campaign fund). A handful of states […]


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MY FOUNDATION DEFINED

  Time to build a foundation and call it A Republic.     It should be pointed out right from the beginning that this concept is not for everyone, it is purely for those willing to produce it by making a decision to do so and it will be you making such a decision.   […]


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Glad I could join. These issues are pivotal for freedom EVERYWHERE. Around the globe too many of us have "woken up" to the suppression of central banks. We look to the US of A to come good on the land of liberty, to come good on the home of the brave. The American taxpayer has […]


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Thought Crimes in New York City

The recently revealed joint CIA/NYPD operations being run all along the Eastern Seaboard are, of course, completely illegal but are perhaps symptomatic of the past decade’s use of the word “terrorist” to excuse any and all bad behavior by law enforcement and intelligence agencies.  The NYPD Intelligence Division and Counter-Terrorism Bureau, which incorporates an “dirty […]


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Richard Cheney, Always Planning a War for Someone Else to Fight

You've got to hand it to former vice president Richard Cheney.  Mr. "I had other priorities," as he explained using five deferments to stay out of the military during the Vietnam War, likes to plan wars for other people. It's obviously his comparative advantage.  Reports Haaretz: Former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney urged the United States […]


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