Quotable Moments in Time…

“Officeholders are the agents of the people, not their masters.”

~Grover Cleveland (1837-1908)

22nd & 24th President of the U.S.

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Something for the Liberty Minded…

During some tweeting sessions I came across an interesting site, Learn Liberty – learn about the ideas of a free society (http://www.learnliberty.org/).

It is quite interesting as it has a great number of videos, playlists, and opportunities.  It is much like a self-teaching academy of the ideologies of liberty, rights, economics, law, philosophy, politics, etc.  A go to spot for those who want to know, or research more of what they are getting themselves in for.

The world is at your fingertips, all you have to do is reach out and touch the keys of your computer and snatch from the plethora of fruit bearing sites out there to learn a little bit more.  Just as it is with any other form of learning, you need to learn, study, examine and decide for yourself what it is that you stand for…all of the tools are at your finger tips.  I hope you enjoy it as I am.

So Many Book, So Little Time…

THE GLOBAL SOVEREIGN’S HANDBOOK by Johnny Liberty

A very interesting look into the meaning of “sovereignty”, which these days has been made out to be a very dirty word in line with communism, fascism, anarchy and may other anti governmental mindsets.  But the fact of the matter that each and every person is a sovereign individual, in light of the Declaration of Independence, the US Constitution, and the rights given us by God (or as Thomas Jefferson put it Nature’s God.)  These unalienable rights, which our founding fathers fought to preserve, that we would be recognized as a sovereign nation in the eyes of England.  The power politic resided solely in our hands as “We the People”; however, we have become so lazy that all “We the People” actually do is bitch and complain at the television instead of taking action.  But there are a great many things we each can do in order to reclaim our sovereignty and increase our power as individual State Citizens.  Much of the information presented was backed by court cases and laws which remain on the books.