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Lynn Despain commented on Jessica's blog post You are free to obey, Slave, Or else...
"Actually the Pilgrims came here not for "Religious Freedom" , that there already had in Holland. They came to America to practice Religious Exclusivity!  As for our Nation being a Republic, it is. Common Law derives its name from laws…"
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Lynn Despain commented on Jessica's blog post You are free to obey, Slave, Or else...
"Mr. Garcia has an excellent point! Our Government is corrupt. It is a cancer upon our Freedom as Citizens and our very Contitution. One True Remedy remains to be as Citizens of our individual States. We can organize and have our States call for a…"
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Lynn Despain commented on Jessica's blog post You are free to obey, Slave, Or else...
"Excellent points! A point of fact: The American Legal System is our largest Organized Union. Our Constitution is written to protect the Common Citizen from the Government and all representation of governments. Our Constitution was also created to…"
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"States Rights is the exact reason our Civil War was fought. In today's world we are told it was about Slavery, but in point of fact it was the Sovereignty of the States, the Bill of Rights, and the very Limited Powers of the Federal…"
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"DeSpain:   I much appreciate your post.  I feel that we need much study of how democracy is a mortal threat to any organization that employs it.  I also agree with you that getting back closer to our original Republic is…"
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Our host is most correct with all the wrongs begin during the time of the 17th Amendment. All of these occurred during the Presidency of Woodrow Wilson.During this same era, "Progressivism" was organized in a National Stage. Check your historical records and verify the meetings of the presidents/dean's of our top 100 universities and colleges, the heads of all our major newspapers, the richest of our rich, the bluest of our bloods and including the lady placed as the goddess of abortion and…See More
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Posted on January 21, 2018 at 5:40pm 0 Comments

I believe our Constitution to be the supreme law and foundation of our Republic. I do no have faith nor trust in any political party, as they are as Washington descibed, "A fire left untended will consume."   Our Republic's law must forever be without emotion. From our beginning to the present we have yet to tell our Nation's citizens the whole, unblemished truth of our history, and until such time as we do, there is little if any hope of saving what our noble founders began.

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