Our founding fathers, men of character born out of deep moral conviction and great personal sacrifice, gave to us the Bill of Rights and US Constitution. Through these documents, they set up a representative form of government, a constitutional republic with three equal branches (executive, legislative, and judicial) that strictly limited the power and scope of the federal government. In addition, the Natural Law Rights of private property, liberty, freedom of speech and religion, and our Second Amendment right of self-protection, among others, were guaranteed to each of us.
The Liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of their rulers are concealed from them. ~Patrick Henry
Since the end of the Ronald Reagan Presidency, in spite of an increasingly intrusive government, we regular folks have continued to work hard to make ends meet and play by the rules. We cast our vote every two to four years, sending our newly elected officials to Washington, and watch as one by one they become entrenched in establishment corruption, focused only on personal gain and power, while enacting laws that affect our lives but from which they have exempted themselves.
By 2010, We The People finally had enough.The greatest danger to American freedom is a government that ignores the Constitution. ~Thomas Jefferson
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