Monthly Archives: January 2010

Ron Paul: State of the Republic Address

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Campaign For Liberty


Posted by on January 25, 2010 in Uncategorized


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Alaska’s Secession Movement Suffers A Setback

Big surprise, another court ruling against secession, this time in Alaska.

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Posted by on January 24, 2010 in States Rights


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Rand Paul On Happy Hour

Another good interview with Rand Paul.  Too bad most of our elected officials don’t enjoy the same insights he does.

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Posted by on January 24, 2010 in Election '10, Kentucky


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Public School’s Continued Intrusion Into The Home

 Not satisfied with just indoctrinating children anymore, the schools now want a detailed accounting of all your children’s activities outside of the school.  Below I have reproduced the form I just received from my kids’ school.  The only thing I have left out is the teacher’s and school’s name.  The school has no right to collect this kind of information.  I believe this to be the continuation of the loss of parental rights that is happening in every state because of the federal government’s role in public education.

As we end the first semester, one of our learning targets on our report card involves students being active outside of school. Since this is something that I cannot assess during the school day, I need your help in letting me know if your child is active outside of school. If you could please have your child fill out the questions below and return it to school, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time and talking with your child about the importance of living a healthy, active lifestyle!

What ways are you active when you are not at school?

When you are active, how do you feel?

What is your favorite activity to do outside of school?

Parent Signature ————–    Student Signature ————


Posted by on January 21, 2010 in School Alert



Dixie Matters: Episode 5

Palmetto Patriot and Sumnemo tackle the issue of abortion in this episode.   This is the most important issue they have addressed to date.  As a Southern people, we will never be free if we are not a moral and God-fearing people.  Abortion is an evil that is perpetrated upon one’s own flesh and blood.  We cannot hope to have God’s blessing as long as it exists. 

I completely agree with the federalist approach on this issue; I know it angers many, but each state is sovereign and has the right to choose their own laws.  With that, though, also come the consequences.  I believe God will bless those states who follow him and curse those who deny him and practices evils like abortion. 

Our rights come from God and not the government.  The government may try to make up the right to murder your own children, but God is very clear that murder is wrong.  Palmetto Patriot Sumnemo, I commend you; you did the Lord’s work today.


Posted by on January 19, 2010 in Religion, South, States Rights


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Gov. Manchin Of West Virginia Is A Sellout

The governor’s priorities are unquestioned support and devotion to socialized medicine, not matter the cost or impact on the liberties and financial well being of his state.  He is an example of the type of politicians we must vote out of office.  He obviously has no idea what the Constitution says and as such is not deserving of the office he holds.


Posted by on January 17, 2010 in Uncategorized


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Palmetto Patriot: What’s Going On In Dixie (13 January 2010)

Palmetto Patriot brings up an interesting point in this video.  Why in a so-called free republic do we have to get permission to protest?  Of course we could expand on that line of thought forever, but let’s do something about it.  All these rules and regulations are in place because of politicians we elected; we have the power to remove them and their regulations at the ballot box.


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Posted by on January 17, 2010 in South


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Texas Governor Race Debate Tonight At 7 PM Central

There will be a debate tonight in the very important gubinatorial race in Texas.  I am supporting Debra Media; I encourage you to watch.  Although you may not be from Texas there is much to be learned and all conservatives need our support.

Watch Debra Medina take on Rick Perry and Kay Bailey Hutchison in the first Gubernatorial Debate of the 2010 Election.
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Posted by on January 14, 2010 in Texas


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Ray McBerry Campaign Update

Here is the latest email from the campaign.

Ray’s Speaking Schedule
Come out and hear Ray at one of these events over the next several days!
What: Ray speaking to the Union County Patriots
Where: Union County Civic Center, 185 Wellborn St., Blairsville
When: 7:00 to 8:00 pm
What: Ray speaking at a meeting of the Sons & Daughters of the Founding Fathers
Where: Golden Corral, 2155 Riverside Pkwy. Lawrenceville 30043
When:  7:00 to 8:00pm
What:  Ray speaking at the Campaign for Liberty Southeastern Conference
Where: Sheraton Atlanta
When:  8:30 to 9:00pm
What:  Ray speaking to the Paulding County Right to Life
Where: St. Stephen Parish Hall, 130 Holy Cross Path, Hiram 30141
When:  3:00 to 4:00pm

Posted by on January 14, 2010 in Election '10, Georgia


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Remembering General Jackson And General Lee

Growing up I was amazed by the brilliance of Stonewall Jackson.  He seemed like a larger than life character, which he is.  After joining the military I gained a whole new respect for General Jackson.  His tactics are still studied today, but the most amazing aspects for Jackson and Lee, in my opinion, were their high moral standing.  Their devotion to God, family, and their state is an example for all men to follow.
Chuck Baldwin eloquently conveys why it is important to remember these two great men.  Here is a paragraph from his article, but please take the time to read the rest here.
Without question, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were two of the greatest military leaders of all time. Even more, many military historians regard the Lee and Jackson tandem as perhaps the greatest battlefield duo in the history of warfare. If Jackson had survived the battle of Chancellorsville, it is very possible that the South would have prevailed at Gettysburg and perhaps would even have won the War Between the States.
I also wanted to point out this paragraph at the bottom of the article where he encourages us to return to our liberty loving states and I think that is key; all of us Southerners who have moved away for whatever reason need to return home.   By being active and voting we can replace our weak, big government leadership with states right leaders who will stand up to DC and also return power that the state has gobbled up back to the local communities. 
Yes, freedom-loving Americans in this generation may need to awaken to the prospect that–in order for freedom to survive–secession may, once again, be in order. One thing is for sure: any State that will not protect and defend their citizens’ right to keep and bear arms cannot be counted on to do diddlysquat to maintain essential freedom. It is time for people to start deciding whether they want to live free or not–and if they do, to seriously consider relocating to states that yet have a heartbeat for liberty.
If you believe in freedom, limited government, and God we need you in the South, fighting for our heritage.  If you are already living in the South, but are doing nothing but complaining then you are part of the problem.  Don’t you think it is time you become part of the solution?

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