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It’s Time for Plan C

By Gary Henderson Reprinted from The Patriot Post, May 17, 2013 When Mrs. Powel asked Benjamin Franklin after the Constitution was drafted, “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” he famously replied, “A republic, if you … Continue reading

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Freedom! But Hurry …

Freedom. You Can Handle It. But Hurry!  The second edition is out – after the election, the Obamacare ruling, and increasing evidence of where this administration is headed. The nation is arming itself. Why? Anyone who paid attention in history … Continue reading

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If the Constitution Doesn’t Matter …

Originally published in AmericanThinker.com on February 7, 2013 By Gary Henderson The Congress votes on restricting the size of ammunition magazines, expanding controls over who can buy guns, and limiting the types of guns that citizens can buy, even though … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court is not the solution

We are always encouraged when it appears that the Supreme Court will support the good, and we are always afraid that if they support the bad there’s nothing to be done. At this writing, the first judge to do so … Continue reading

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Feral Government

“Feral” – when an animal becomes wild, escaping captivity or domestication. Typically the result is destruction, danger, and a need for action. The US federal government has gone feral. But what do we do when a government entity has escaped … Continue reading

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