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Criminal Eric Holder Running For President?

The criminality of the political elite, is once again on display, will it once again go unnoticed by the talking heads and political elite? America deserves BETTER! But I have no faith in the Republican party leadership to do what they should do to call out these criminals. So guess what, the people need to pick up the mic and shout from the highest places, “we want political criminals prosecuted not rewarded by running for office!”

Articles Impeachment from 2014 referenced in the show: http://bit.ly/ImpeachEricHolder

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Why is the ACLU Suing Obama?

What could Obama have possibly done to make even the ACLU sue him? Well, believe it or not, the ACLU is defending your Liberty and Obama is the common enemy.

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One Town Disarmed

History provides us with a valuable gauge to know how much tyranny has beset a nation and just how comfortable people are in their servitude. Are Americans immune to such maladies today? History proves the answer to that question to be a resounding “No.” Let us take a snapshot from history, however, and you can make the decision on your own.

The Boston Tea Party sparked a chain of events that would alter the face of the world forever. The British government had to act quickly and decisively to put an end to the uprisings in Boston. Parliament passed a series of acts, one which closed the port of Boston on 1 June 1774. Two additional acts, what we know as the Intolerable Acts, would be next. These three acts, together with the Quebec Act and the Quartering Act, are all together known as the “Coercive Acts.”

The driving force for the Coercive Acts, was another piece of legislation called the “Declaratory Act,” passed March 18 1766 which stated that Parliament “had, hath, and of right ought to have, full power and authority to make laws and statutes of sufficient force and validity to bind the colonies and people of America, subjects of the crown of Great Britain, in all cases whatsoever.” The British government had declared itself to be all powerful, and outside any criticism, punishable by a charge of treason and death. To put that in perspective, the government declared itself the power to make and enforce any law, and then wrote laws that gave the government the authority to enforce laws with armed force. This did not go well with the colonists.

In May of 1774 General Thomas Gage was appointed military Royal Governor over Massachusetts. Gage would become very aggressive in the efforts to control the colonist and subdue their “seditious” behavior. He was going to enforce the “Coercive Acts” upon the colonists whether they liked it or not.

Gage passed laws that forbade any town meetings without his approval and would only legally allow one town meeting a year. At one point he sent troops to disband and eliminate a crowd that had gathered in Salem, Massachusetts. The people, outraged at the display of force, responded by gathering over 3,000 armed colonists, causing Gage’s men to retreat. This would not be the end of Gage’s tyranny.

Gage was told by the King to get the colonists under control. But Gage did not have the force necessary to control the colonists, because the colonists outnumbered Gage’s troops and out-armed them, as well. Gage had the solution to his problem; take control of the gun powder and ammunition.

Early morning on September 1, 1774, Gage’s troops would seize hundreds of barrels of gun powder from the Charleston powder house. The colonists did not take this show of force lightly. By the end of the day over 20,000 armed colonists, aged 16 to 60, began to march their way to Boston. The colonists were sending a message, if the government was going to use the force of government to take their arms and powder, the colonist would take that to be an act of war! The colonists were now going to “ready themselves”.

Just five days after Gage’s act of war against the colonists, the militia of Worchester County took over their government from the rule of the King. Replacing all leaders appointed by the king with those selected by the people.

The same day in Suffolk County, the people gathered together, issued a list of nineteen grievances against the government, and then promptly took all control of the militia away from the Governor and vowed to have open arms training every single day. The First Continental Congress unanimously endorsed the Suffolk grievances and encouraged all other colonies to send aid to those in Boston.

Remember, only five days have passed since Governor Gage took the gun powder from one city in Massachusetts.

In response to the colonists stand against the government, Governor Gage ordered his men to conduct warrantless searches on the colonists seizing their arms and ammunition.

Lord Dartmouth, the Royal Secretary of State for America ordered Gage to disarm the people. Gage told Dartmouth that it would not be possible to control the colonists without force. Dartmouth then sent a letter to George III asking to have all import of weapons and ammunition to the colonies stopped. George fulfilled this request by requiring a permit for all exports of arms and ammunition from Great Britain and then refused to issue those permits.

The Boston Committee of Correspondence received information that the government was getting ready to seize all the ammunition, arms, and cannons from fort William and Mary, and the militia was able to take possession of these items before the government.

Parliament was getting really concerned. The reports they were receiving relayed that there were three million colonists, all armed and ready to defend themselves. They were certain that they did not have sufficient government force to subdue such numbers.

On March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry gave his famous “Give me Liberty or Give me Death” speech. Following that speech a committee was formed that issued the Resolutions of the Provincial Congress of Virginia. The Resolution read:

“Resolved, that a well-regulated militia composed of gentlemen and yeomen is the natural strength and only security of a free government, that such a militia in this colony would forever render it unnecessary for the mother country to keep among us, for the purpose of our defence, any standing army of mercenary forces, always subversive of the quiet, and dangerous to the liberties of the people, and would obviate the pretext of taxing us for their support.…
…Resolved therefore, that this colony be immediately put into a posture of defence: and that Patrick Henry, Richard Henry Lee, Robert Carter Nicholas, Benjamin Harrison, Lemuel Riddick, George Washington, Adam Stephen, Andrew Lewis, William Christian, Edmund Pendleton, Thomas Jefferson and Isaac Zane, Esquires, be a committee to prepare a plan for the embodying arming and disciplining such a number of men as may be sufficient for that purpose.”

General Gage had another plan, however. In the early morning of April 19, 1775, he would send out regiments of British soldiers to Lexington to capture Sam Adams and John Hancock, then on to Concord to seize gunpowder. But spies and friends of the colonists leaked word of Gage’s plan and the colonists were waiting. The rest, as we say, is history.

Although the people of Boston would not “win” this battle, the die was cast, the seed of Liberty had been sown and there was no turning back.

February 14, 1776 Thomas Paine would publish “Common Sense”. In this pivotal pamphlet, Paine references that day in April:

“No man was a warmer wisher for reconciliation than myself, before the fatal nineteenth of April 1775, but the moment the event of that day was made known, I rejected the hardened, sullen tempered Pharaoh of England for ever; and disdain the wretch, that with the pretended title of FATHER OF HIS PEOPLE, can unfeelingly hear of their slaughter, and composedly sleep with their blood upon his soul.”

Reconciliation with the king was no longer an option. Independence was their only solution. The people KNEW that the right to keep and bear arms was essential to the preservation of Liberty. They KNEW that if the government could disarm them, they would be like every other nation in Europe, subjects and slaves. They KNEW that independence from this tyranny was the ONLY way to ensure Liberty.
And what sparked this whole course of events?

One Governor took the arms and ammunition from one city in Massachusetts!

By the way, you can also hear and share the podcast where I talk about this subject here:

One Town Disarmed

AND if you want to set your liberal friends straight check out one of these:

2nd Amendment for Dummies and Tyrants

Shall Not Be Infringed


Is Liberty Worth 6 Minutes a Day?

We broke the news yesterday about the 4 articles of impeachment against Eric Holder and I have created an open letter to help you explain to your representatives why it is necessary to impeach Eric Holder. All you have to do is copy and paste and click on send. Send it every day! I also make it a point to call the co-sponsors. Including Michelle Bachman (who can be misguided at times). All in all it takes me only 6 minutes each day to send the emails and then call and thank the co-sponsors. If we don’t support and encourage those in Congress who are supporting liberty then do something! Don’t just run your mouth.

Do Your Job Congress

Hey Congress! In case you missed it here’s what Article II Section IV of the Constitution says;

The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.

There’s no wiggle room. If you’re the President, the Vice President of a civil Office of the United States and you have been convicted of Treason, Bribery, or other high Crime or Misdemeanor, then you are to be removed. Eric Holder has been convicted of  Contempt and that is a Misdemeanor and he should (meaning he has to) be removed from office! So why hasn’t he been removed? Because Congress hasn’t or should I say has refused to to their job! Well based on the news I received this morning, Congress may be finally ready to their job and I’m so excited.

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Impeach Eric Holder~Open Letter To Congress

Several members of the House of Representatives are moving forward with efforts to impeach Attorney General Eric Holder. We MUST help them in this effort.

As Reported by the Huffington Post, Congressman Ted Yoho met with his constituents in Florida:

“It’s to get him out of office — impeachment,” said Yoho, who was a large-animal veterinarian before winning election last year. “It will probably be when we get back in [Washington]. It will be before the end of the year. This will go to the speaker and the speaker will decide if it comes up or not.”

Yoho’s chief of staff, Cat Cammack, said the congressman wants Holder fired for issues that include the Fast and Furious sting operation conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives that left federal agents’ weapons in the hands of Mexican drug cartels. One of the guns was found at the 2010 scene of a Border Patrol agent’s killing.

Read the Remainder of the article here: http://huff.to/1iOiom2

If we want the Constitution to be defended, if we want justice to be served, we MUST help these Representatives through grass roots pressure.

In an effort to help us help Mr. Yoho and those standing with him, I have crafted this Open Letter. We can only do this if EVERYONE will pitch in. We MUST make this happen. If we do not there will be consequences.

These consequences are outline in the letter. Please read the letter and then share it many times over with your representative and others in the House. We CAN do this. We CAN enforce the Constitution. But we MUST take action. We CANNOT sit idly by.


Article 1, section 2, clause 5 makes it clear that impeachment rests in the House of Representatives. It is a clear obligation placed upon the house to maintain not only the integrity of the government, the separation of powers, but also the confidence of the people in their government.

George Mason remarked: “No point is of more importance than that the right of impeachment should be continued. Shall any man be above Justice?”

Your responsibility to the people of this country is great. That is why we are asking you to support your fellow Representatives in their efforts to impeach Attorney General Eric Holder for his conduct in Operation Fast & Furious, along with any other activity that support such efforts.

Article 2, section 4 of the Constitution leaves no choice for the House in this matter. This clause makes it clear that AG Eric Holder must be impeached.

The President, Vice President and all Civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.


As you know, as a result of the Fast & Furious hearings, AG Eric Holder was found in contempt by this body. Pursuant to Article 2 section 4, that finding requires the House to impeach Eric Holder, e.g. Eric Holder is a civil officer, contempt is a misdemeanor, and this clause requires impeachment, (“shall be impeached).

We are not concerned at this moment whether the Senate will convict Eric Holder. We do not ask you to speculate on the actions of the Senate, we only ask you to do the job we hired you to do; follow the Constitution.

There will be consequences for your failure to do so. James Iredell identified those consequences during the North Carolina Ratifying Convention:

“A man in public office who knows that there is no tribunal to punish him, may be ready to deviate from his duty; but if he knows there is a tribunal for that purpose, although he may be a man of no principle, the very terror of punishment will perhaps deter him.”

Failure to impeach will send a clear message to AG Eric Holder and other civil officers that they are above the law and have no limits upon their desires no matter how malignant or pernicious. Edmund J. Randolph warned during the Constitutional Convention that “should no regular punishment be provided [speaking of impeachment], it will be irregularly inflicted by tumults & insurrections.”

Stand in honor of your Oath. Stand in honor of this Republic. Stand in honor of your duty to “preserve the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.”   Stand with your fellow Representatives in this effort to right this injustice to the Constitution and to the People.

Just as the Constitution requires this action, we demand this of you.


Defending Liberty with Eternal Vigilance

Sometimes you might feel like taking a breath. Sometimes you might feel like you need a break but when it comes to the defense of liberty and especially given a tyrannical government that has an insatiable thirst  for power and control we must be forever vigilant. We must be very careful to let our guard down. All you have to do is look around! Look around and you’ll see that we are surrounded not just by scandals such as IRS profiling, or Fast and Furious, or Benghazi as these are not scandals but they are criminal acts! And where is Congress? What have they done? Nothing and as nothing  gets done and more of these criminal acts just get swept under the carpet or give way to the next scandal the ones that will ultimately pay the price with their liberty will be you and me and all freedom loving, liberty loving patriots: This is why defending liberty required eternal vigilance.

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