Sunday, January 28, 2007

In Convention, June 28th, 1787;

The question is, not what rights naturally belong to man, but how they may be most equally and effectually guarded in society. And if some give up more than others, in order to obtain this end, there can be no room for complaint. To do otherwise, to require an equal concession from all, if it would create danger to the rights of some, would be sacrificing the end to the means. The rich man who enters into society along with the poor man gives up more than the poor man, yet, with an equal vote, he is equally safe. Were he to have more votes than the poor man, in proportion to his superior stake, the rights of the poor man would immediately cease to be secure. This consideration prevailed when the Articles of Confederation were formed....

- Roger Sherman, Delegate from Connecticut. [Debates in Convention on the Federal Constitution.]

Sunday, January 21, 2007

This bears watching, for it provides a very dangerous precedent to be set;

Manual to allow executions based on hearsay
From MSN and the Associated press;

WASHINGTON - The Pentagon has drafted a manual for upcoming detainee trials that would allow suspected terrorists to be convicted on hearsay evidence and coerced testimony and imprisoned or put to death.

According to a copy of the manual obtained by The Associated Press, a terror suspect's defense lawyer cannot reveal classified evidence in the person's defense until the government has a chance to review it....

This is all to similar to the ploy used to entrap Hollis Wayne Fincher. These encroachments on funamental rights and liberties must be stopped. If allowed to continue, We The People shall be enslaved. For, history itself proves this assertion beyond a shadow of a doubt....
He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates this duty, he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself. - Thomas Paine

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Friday, January 19, 2007

The plight of the coward....

"Your weak side, my diabolic friend, is that you have always been a gull: you take Man at his own valuation. Nothing would flatter him more than your opinion of him. He loves to think of himself as bold and bad. He is neither one nor the other: he is only a coward. Call him tyrant, murderer, pirate, bully; and he will adore you, and swagger about with the consciousness of having the blood of the old sea kings in his veins. Call him liar and thief; and he will only take an action against you for libel. But call him coward; and he will go mad with rage: he will face death to outface that stinging truth. Man gives every reason for his conduct save one, every excuse for his crimes save one, every plea for his safety save one: and that one is his cowardice. Yet all his civilization is founded on his cowardice, on his abject tameness, which he calls his respectability. There are limits to what a mule or an ass will stand; but Man will suffer himself to be degraded until his vileness becomes so loathsome to his oppressors that they themselves are forced to reform it."

-- From the "Don Juan in Hell" segment of George Bernard Shaw's Man and Superman (1901-3), ed. Dan H. Laurence (London: Penguin Books, 1946), pp. 144-145.

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Join the Free Wayne Webring;

Hollis Wayne Fincher is a Patriot of the highest degree. For he put his 'money where his mouth is'. His cause is more than worthy of all the support that can possibly be mustered. Please, if you have a blog or website, consider joining this ring to show some support.

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Deeply immersed in studies.....

Have been deeply involved in the study concerning our God-given, inalienable, inherent and (supposedly) Constitutionally Protected Right. Here are links to mounds of evidence proving that statement;
Right to Keep and Bear Arms -
After The Fact
The following pages have had major updates as well -
Agreed to found our Rights upon the Laws of Nature....”
The Right
Anyone reading even a small amount of the pages listed. Can come to no other conclusion than that our government has crossed the bounds Constitutionally placed on it. And that We The People are in extreme danger from our usurping government. We have, and are continuing to be, betrayed. Would strongly urge everyone to consider the inherent danger in having an all powerful government that refuses to abide by OUR Constitution. The only ones that can stop this are We The People. Parting thought; It is better if we can turn this around now, while there is still a chance at a peaceful solution. Than, if We The People have to battle for it, as the men that founded this nation did. The choice is upto each and every one of us.
If you don't feel the need to do it for yourself. Than I strongly urge that you consider the future that you want your children, or other loved ones, to have. There isn't much time, for the government is giving clear indications that they are increasing the speed of their tyranny and usurpation. And all branches appear to be in combination in the scheme. Which is truly terrifying. Especially when it's considered that the original intent was that they operate as a "check" on each other. And this, to ensure that they did not combine and subvert the whole purpose for which the government was instituted for - to SECURE the Blessings of Liberty.

Saturday, January 06, 2007

Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, Feb. 20, 1804;

“Resolved . . . . That, when the governors of any people shall have betrayed the confidence reposed in them, and shall have exercised that authority with which they have been clothed for the general welfare, to promote their own private ends, under the basest motives, and to the public detriment, it is the unalienable right of a People, so circumstanced, to revoke the authority thus abused, to resume the rights thus attempted to be bartered, and to abrogate the act thus endeavoring to betray them....”

(Concerning an act done by the Legislature of the State of Georgia).

Friday, January 05, 2007

And now a message from the President;

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Looks as if this just might be a MUST see:

Thanks to David Codrea at The War on Guns for pointing this out.
And David Hardy at Of Arms and The Law, (Producer of the documentary), amazingly came up with a quote that I was totally unfamiliar with;
“[Tyranny cannot be safe] without a standing army, an enslaved press, and a disarmed populace.”
- James Madison, autobiography

Monday, January 01, 2007

It ALL started out like this;

Bush Administration Reverses Ashcroft Interpretation of Second Amendment
Which, after having been posted by David Codrea at the War On Guns, precipitated a blog-sphere frenzy.
Well, David being the fact-finder, (and, with just a word of caution; retainer), came up with a previous claim from the Bush administration. Which claim, clearly refutes the position claimed in the statement he had received concerning FAA regulations.
Very interesting reading for anyone concerned with our God-given Natural Right....