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    Yesterday, 07:56 AM
    Freedom isn't free. It requires sacrifice, organization and courage that Americans do not have today.
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    Yesterday, 07:45 AM
    As we've discussed the methods by which the Constitution has become an instrument of tyranny, these laws serve as strong examples. When TSHTF which is starting already, states have no forces to command independently, except for their small civlian constabularies, unless they reclaim those rights -- with nullification and civil disobedience. Do the people have the testicular fortitude to do this? It doesn't look that way. Why am I the one mentioning this on a message board maybe 500 will read when the Governor could say it himself? You may recall when this happened. Like everything else, it was news for a day or two, then it was forgotten.
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    Yesterday, 07:38 AM
    Many are not aware... that governors do not control their individual state National Guard forces anymore. Even though the Constitution specifies borders is a Federal matter, I agree that Abbot could, as a border state Governor, issue commands for the Texas National Guard to enforce the border of the state when the Feds cannot or will not. The problem is, he would have to recruit a new militia to do that. The John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007 Pub.L. 109–364 (text) (PDF) Federal law was changed in section 1076 so that the Governor of a state is no longer the sole commander in chief of their state's National Guard during emergencies within the state. The President of the United States could then take total control of a state's National Guard units without the governor's consent. In a letter to Congress, all 50 governors opposed the increase in power of the President over the National Guard. The National Defense Authorization Act of 2008 Pub.L. 110–181 (text) (PDF) Repeals provisions in section 1076 in Pub.L. 109-364 but still enables the President to call up the National Guard of the United States for active federal military service during Congressionally sanctioned national emergency or war. Places the National Guard Bureau directly under the Department of Defense as a joint activity. Promoted the Chief of the National Guard Bureau from a three-star to a four-star general.
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    Yesterday, 06:55 AM
    Possibly the most concise and accurate defence of secession as a fully American right, steeped in historical affirmation, that I've ever heard: Audio download page: https://www.thebadroman.com/show-notes/episode-24
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    Yesterday, 06:53 AM
    They can come and get drivers licenses now and go anywhere in the US. Is there a country in the world that would take OUR prisoners and issue them drivers licenses?
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    Yesterday, 06:50 AM
    Possibly the most concise and accurate defence of secession as a fully American right, steeped in historical affirmation, that I've ever heard: Audio download page: https://www.thebadroman.com/show-notes/episode-24
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    09-23-2022, 05:49 AM
    Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson – The Selling Of The Ukraine mp3 https://cldup.com/9xDS7Q1HVW.mp3
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    09-22-2022, 03:04 PM
    Ukraine threatens its citizens not to vote in referendum or will throw you in prison for 5 years. https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/ukraine-threatens-5-year-prison-sentence-anyone-voting-sham-referendums
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    09-22-2022, 02:30 PM
    The Speaker of the Russian Duma, Vyacheslav Volodin, publicly stated today if the west doesn't stop sending weapons and supply mercenaries to Ukraine, "tomorrow they will have problems that are much more serious than those that are now." He went on to say "American satellites and missiles are for military operations and Ukrainians are assigned the role of consumables." This comes as Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned yet again, "the United States risks becoming a Combatant in Ukraine war" . . . Consumables ====GO BYE BYE https://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/en/news-page/world/russian-duma-speaker-if-the-west-doesn-t-stop-arming-ukraine --------------------------------------- Russia draftees who don't want to go will be given chance to leave Russia https://english.pravda.ru/news/russia/154067-putin_mobilization_decree/
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    09-22-2022, 09:04 AM
    A perpetual union is not by defintion, as understood then or now, necessarily a permanent union. We should never forget that this country is illegitimate. It is thoroughly illegitimate.
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    09-21-2022, 12:48 PM
    Battle lines moved but it was intentional. If you're surprised to consider that the Russian Army has lost "only" 6,000 troops, then apparently you're unaware that they haven't been participating in the majority of the fighting this whole operation. The DPR and LPR militias have been, as have the Chechens and a lot of contractors, especially the Russian-supervised Wagner Group. The bulk of losses has been the DPR force, while the Russians operate the heavier artillery and air. All of them combined is still certainly less than half what the Ukrainians and NATO country contractors have lost.
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    09-21-2022, 08:20 AM
    Putin Orders Partial Russian Mobilization September 21, 2022 | Categories: Guest Contributions | Tags: | Print This Article Print This Article Putin Has Finally Understood that Russia Has No “Western Partners.” Let’s See What He Does About It. https://sputniknews.com/20220921/putin-wests-goal-is-to-weaken-disunite-and-destroy-russia–1101028273.html Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu put it succinctly: “In reality, we are fighting the collective West plus NATO.” Shoigu reports that half of the Ukrinian Army has been destroyed–61,207 dead, 49,368 wounded. The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation have lost 5937.
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    09-21-2022, 07:16 AM
    Putin warns west to stop. Says the 'prevailing winds' of nuclear fallout may blow in their direction. 'I'm not bluffing': Putin warns west over nuclear weapons – video https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2022/sep/21/not-bluffing-putin-accuses-west-nuclear-blackmail-video?amp;amp
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    09-21-2022, 06:34 AM
    they were there...
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    09-21-2022, 04:52 AM
    Maybe the confusion here arises from the fact that you're adressing me as if I'm talking about what my position is. I'm really not, but rather merely presenting the historical and legal avenues by which the government has and continues to approach abortion. Like gay marriage and other issues, the government deems these to be within the federal oversight because the cases and rulings are considered relevant to the individuals' protections under the Bill of Rights. When SCOTUS rules on a state law being Constitutional or not, it is doing so because it does - indeed - have the legal mandate to do this. When Lindsey Graham or the Democrats introduce bills concerning abortion in the Congress, they do so because they have the legal ability to set Federal law on the matter. The states do not have the authority to self-interpret the Bill of Rights for any American and the SCOTUS has constantly ruled on the Constitutionality of state laws regarding interpretation of the Bill of Rights in application to all Americans. Most Pro-Life lawyers and pols see the Bill of Rights extending to the unborn, and the "personhood" of the fetus. Roe v. Wade said that if personhood was established in the womb, Bill of Rights would extend to the unborn. That's all I'm saying about this. Merely answering your questions concerning the way they see it. As someone that wants to abolish the Constitution and revert to the Articles or start over, I'm in this thread to discuss its true character and results.
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    09-20-2022, 05:03 PM
    Section 2. The judicial power shall extend to all cases, in law and equity, arising under this Constitution, the laws of the United States, and treaties made, or which shall be made, under their authority;--to all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls;--to all cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction;--to controversies to which the United States shall be a party;--to controversies between two or more states;--between a state and citizens of another state;--between citizens of different states;--between citizens of the same state claiming lands under grants of different states, and between a state, or the citizens thereof, and foreign states, citizens or subjects. so, no. Now, if a state wants to fight over it, like, physically restraining Federal officers seeking to impose the law, then, we're on another subject.
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    09-20-2022, 04:53 PM
    What makes you think the states are allowed to individually interpret the Bill of Rights? They are not.
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    09-20-2022, 04:41 PM
    10th amendment is not Bill of Rights. BoR applies to all Americans regardless of State and is not a State matter. We talked about this last week. States actually Do Not have the authority to act upon the BoR.
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    09-20-2022, 04:38 PM
    We could have that discussion but it would be either paper fiat or metals because that's what people are used to. Of course you are free to use your own scraps of wood with anyone that will accept them. Private monies are fine and of your choice as long as they don't seek to counterdict or harm the crown's money which cannot be forbidden, but must not always be used.
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    09-20-2022, 04:29 PM
    what taxes? Those aren't necessary, either. Goons are volunteers or appointments. They are rewarded with benefits or real goods at the crown disposal. No cost. No debt, ever. No taxes. Coin or currency is made by the crown or council, its sole source. None of it is tracked or traded against, so as disrupt ethical and truly free markets. Financial markets would not be open to speculators. Anyone seeking to weaken the crown/council authority on money would be thrown in gaol and fed moldy bread and warm water.
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    09-20-2022, 04:12 PM
    It's a bill of rights issue, ergo Federal. I suppose in the meantime, states will fight over it and we'll be harassed by the pernacious annoyance. In a Christian country, it would simply be illegal in all cases except death of the mother being a real prospect (her choice then). Fini.
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    09-20-2022, 04:07 PM
    But you admit, that another agorist might not agree with you and take the other position. So, abortion is legal under agorism. Your position is private, and so is theirs. It's effectively the same we are living with. You say money would be thrown away to enforce the law against it. I say, no, there is no reason for money to enter the equation at all. We have been brainwashed into thinking government has to spend money to do anything. It does not, and certainly not in any wasteful manner. You just send in the goons, and they get the message. Done.
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    09-20-2022, 03:48 PM
    Seriously what in the world do you think is accomplished by turning the states (and territories) into 51-57 separate battlegrounds over this issue? Nothing is gained whatsoever. The Congress, Executive and Judiciary of the United States can indeed pass laws and rulings that encompass abortion. It is pertinent to the Bill of Rights if the unborn is a person or not, that must be decided, or it will always be a political issue 50+ places separately. Commerce between states regarding this is also under Federal jurisdiction. It will be solved ultimately on the national level, not state. Roe v Wade was decided and rejected rightly as a Federal matter. It is a Bill of Rights interpretive matter. An agorist might say, abortion is allowed between two private parties, but is there not a third party or even a fourth or fifth that has skin in the game? The First Amendment demands no preference for religious belief. Any opinion on life's biggest questions is of equal respect. I believe that is one of its fatal flaws, out of many, on this issue and many others.
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    09-20-2022, 03:15 PM
    Well, since there are two parties with obtuse opinions, the matter has to be solved, does it not. The way you describe it, that's not eminent domain.
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    09-20-2022, 03:11 PM
    I used to get mine delivered from them until the Democratist Representatives said I could not. So, now I RYO.
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    09-20-2022, 03:06 PM
    Yes, I did not mean democracy pertaining to government. I meant on local matters permitted, such as whether to build a dam, or zoning, or a fire department, etc. certain referendums or customs.
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    09-20-2022, 02:49 PM
    Only on the points I made earlier, on the macro level, it is insufficient and I suspect it would lead back to democracy again. I do not ascribe to democracy on anything but the local level.
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    09-20-2022, 02:34 PM
    Voluntarists and "agorists" lived by the millions all throughout pre-revolutionary history, before the republics and the democracies. Yeomen and Monks and Scholars and Farmers and Merchants all thrived and were more free than we are today. They just didn't have good dentists yet.
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    09-20-2022, 02:03 PM
    PAF we agree on a lot but agorism and praxeology are not among them. You should consider the ironies of your position. When you have a materialist midset, that is restrictive and not applicable to the human soul in its totality. The human soul is imbued by God with a desire for more than materialism and man cannot be reduced to biological causes. Also, it is inherent in the human nature to collectivise and form groups, not only for the acclimation of basic needs but for comraderie and cultural spirit. Agorism is a self-defeating principle on the macro level. All societies need laws because humans are a fallen creature. There is no absolute freedom in this world except in our hearts as we contemplate and experience the Spirit and long for the restoration of all things.
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    09-20-2022, 01:26 PM
    That uncodified, vague sentiment is from the DoI, not the CON. Unlike the state constititions and the AoC, the CON did not respect the states as sovereign entities. The First Amendment was a shot across the bow. The First Amendment prohibits the Congress from making a law "respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof". Therefore most state constitutions were made irrelevant to the federal body right form the get-go. To consider how the CON differed in its First Amendment from the states, see these links: https://investortimes.com/freedomoutpost/united-states-originally-established-christian-state-level/ http://restore-christian-america.org/statechurches.html
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