Secession , emerging Currency and my Proposal

JamesKrone

There has been a few articles on here, about this subject matter, and I thought I would add my 2 cents. Since the children on Sodahead banned me I am going to post my original writings here…

…We effectively become our own masters again as the founding fathers wanted. We will no longer be beholden to the Fed, because we will not use nationalized currency.

Is Secession Legal?

brion

Three Supreme Court justices, one famous president, a bloody war, and the language of a modern pledge of allegiance offer conclusive proof that secession, while an entertaining philosophical exercise, has no legal basis.

TMN: Is Texas Sovereign?

TexasNationalistLogo

A good article written by James Rollins and published by the Texas Nationalist Movement.

Is Texas a sovereign state today? I don’t think so. Practically speaking, Texas is not sovereign and neither are Texans. It follows that Texas and Texans are not free.

Rockwell: What Libertarianism Is, and Isn’t

Lew Rockwell

…Our position is not merely that the state is a moral evil, but that human liberty is a tremendous moral good. Human beings ought to interact with each other on the basis of reason – their distinguishing characteristic – rather than with hangmen and guns. And when they do so, the results, by a welcome happenstance, are rising living standards, an explosion in creativity and technological advance, and peace. Even in the world’s partially capitalist societies, hundreds of millions if not billions of people have been liberated from the miserable, soul-crushing conditions of hand-to-mouth existence in exchange for far more meaningful and fulfilling lives….

MINIMUM WAGE AND INFLATION

WorkerInflation

+20   Earning a living wage is important. Seems to me the only people whining about people earning a living wage are the people that neither need or have ever made so low an income. If these rich crybabies want to pay their help more, why do they need the government to tell them they must? […]

England’s Levellers: The World’s First Libertarian Movement

Rothbard4-Book

The first-ever libertarians were the Levellers, an English political movement active in the seventeenth century. The Levellers contributed to the elaboration of the methodological and political paradigm of individualism, and they are at the origin of the radical strand of classical liberalism. While the Levellers are often characterized as a quasi-socialist movement, closer examination shows that the Levellers had much more in common with advocates for free m

Twenty Questions About A Constitutional Convention

Phyllis_Schaflly

We totally agree that a Con-Con will only result in our tyrannical situation even worse.

In Vote2012, 98% of Americans failed to either notice or care that they were supporting collectivism under whatever sub-set you care to name.

This same bunch of bandits now control this GOVERNment, and we can be certain that they will also control any constitutional convention. It’s simply Bad to Worse!

Homeland Security calls Competing Currency an “Emerging Threat”

Dean Striker

Among the mistakes of the Founders was putting Government in total control of “money” by forbidding competition. Article 1, Section 8, of the Constitution provides that Congress shall have the power to “To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof… and to provide for the Punishment of counterfeiting the Securities and current Coin of the United States”.

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