Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Second Amendment Speech in U.S. Senate, by Senator Larry Craig (R-Idaho), June 16, 2000

"...Among the safeguards of these fundamental rights, we find the Second Amendment. Let me read it clearly:
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
I want to repeat that.
The second amendment of our Constitution says very clearly that 'A well regulated Militia' is 'necessary' for the 'security of a free State,' and that 'the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.'....
Full speech here.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

See, I told you so...

"A bill of rights is only an acknowledgment of the preëxisting claim to rights in the people. They belong to us as much as if they had been inserted in the Constitution."
- George Nicholas, June 16, 1788, The Debates in the Several State Conventions, (Virginia), on the Adoption of the Federal Constitution. [Elliot's Debates, Volume 3].

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Police & Military Against the New World Order

Police & Military Against the New World Order
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We understand two most important points concerning the globalists' plan:

They intend to gain, through any available means, total dictatorial control over all the peoples of the world.

They cannot realize their goal if their would-be enforcers (we police and soldiers) refuse to assist them in their treachery.

Our motto spells out this truth:


Wednesday, August 16, 2006

New Jersey?

12th Feby 1776
The arrival of Troops at New York, the importance of that place to the Welfare of America, & the Necessity of throwing up a Number of Works to prevent our Enemies from Landing and Taking post there, render it necessary that a Number of Troops should immediately Join General Lee. I am therefore Desir'd to apply to you, and Request you, would with all possible Expedition send Detachments of your Minute Men equal to a Battalion under proper officers, & well Arm'd & Accoutred to New York, there to be under the Command of Genl. Lee. Your approved Zeal in the Cause of your Country gives me the strongest Assurances that you will with Alacrity embrace this Oppory. of Giving Aid to your Neighbours, and that your People will chearfully Engage in a Service by which they will not only render a very essential Service to their Country, but also have an Oppory. of Acquiring Military Skill & knowledge in the Construction of Field Works & the Method of Fortifying & retrenching Camps, by which they will be the better able when occasion Calls to Defend their Rights & Liberties.(1)
I am Gentlemen,
Your Obedt. hume sevt,
J H Prest.
LB (DNA: PCC, item 12A). 1 On February 15 the New Jersey Provincial Congress voted "that Detachments of Minute Men, properly accoutrd, equal to a Battalion in the Continental Service, be immediately made, & marched to New-York." Am. Archives, 4th ser. 4:1593.
- the New Jersey Provincial Convention, [Letters of Delegates to Congress: Volume: 3 January 1, 1776 - May 15, 1776].

Monday, August 14, 2006

“Agreed to found our Rights upon the Laws of Nature....”

You would think this would change some opinions, (if our legal system were operating as intended, that is).....

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

My sentiments exactly.....

"Depend upon it, that as the spirit of America has always risen with the successes of her enemies, they will not, on this occasion, throw away their arms, and ingloriously pass under the yoke of a nation whose conduct towards her has been marked by injustice and oppression in peace, and by malice and wanton barbarity in war."
- John Jay, Letter to De Neufville and Son, Madrid, July 29, 1780.
[The Revolutionary Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States, Volume 4]

Monday, August 07, 2006

No arguing with this....

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Turns out, our troubles have been going on a LONG time.....

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Journals of the Continental Congress....

"...The Board of War brought in a report, which was taken into consideration; Whereupon,
Congress came to the following resolution:
The Board taking into consideration the little effect of the reward offered in March last to such drafts as should bring firelocks &c with them into the field, reflecting too on the small number of arms and accoutrements in the public stores, are of opinion that larger reward should be proposed to the two new regiments ordered to be raised in Virginia and Pennsylvania, to induce them to come armed and accoutred; and beg leave to report--
Whereas, Congress, on the 2d day of May last, resolved that two regiments be raised in Virginia and Pensylvania, to serve for one year, and it is expedient that as many as possible of the non-commissioned officers and soldiers should provide themselves with arms and other necessaries:
Resolved, That each non-commissioned officer and soldier of the said regiment, who shall so provide himself with arms and other necessaries, shall receive the following compensations, to be paid as soon as he has passed muster, upon his producing the said articles, viz.
For a good serviceable rifle, with a powder horn, bullet pouch, and mould, eight dollars; for a good serviceable musket, with a bayonet and a powder horn, and bullet pouch, or a good cartouch box, six dollars; for a like musket and accoutrements, without a bayonet, five dollars; for a knapsack, two dollars; for a haversack, one dollar; for a blanket, eight dollars.1
[Note 1: 1 This report, in the writing of Timothy Pickering, is in the Papers of the Continental Congress, No. 147, II, folio 105.]....
TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1778
Wan't there some clown that had written a book claiming that the early Americans didn't have many guns? And here we find Congress offering recruits to bring their OWN arms, and Congress will PAY them to do so? Hmmmmm......"