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  A well regulated Militia

The Balance of Power

As with any adversary, there is no mutual respect without a balance of power.

The Constitution granted its government the limited power to safeguard individual rights. To limit that power, the Framers constituted the trias politica model for a “separation of powers” between three branches of government hence furnish the “checks” and “balances” necessary to ensure rigorous accountability in accordance with constitutionality.

Still, democracy and special interests invited unconstitutional laws, regulations, and edicts into public matter. This corruption required a blatant disregard for Article VI of the Constitution. Every branch methodically defied their Oath of Office. This alone demonstrates that the true adversary to government power can only be the People.

The State’s pretentious disrespect for the U.S. Constitution has given citizens the sense that balance is not in their favor. Government infringement on the Second Amendment further illustrates the ignored constitutional boundaries that lawfully restrain them. If tyranny hasn’t arrived, it’s surely on its way.

Civilians own an estimated 393 million firearms in the United States. Still, that astonishing number provided no perceptible shift in the balance of power. Private gun ownership alone does little except provoke political narratives ultimately meant to disarm citizens.

Within the Second Amendment, 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,” the Framers recognized “the militia of the several states” as necessary to secure the free state¹.

The Constitution was crafted to restrain the government from its predilection for expansion. Any growth is at the expense of liberty and an unconstitutional affliction on the free state. It must therefore be challenged – not with the politics that placed it, nor through the courts that upheld it – but appropriately by the nonpartisan Constitutional Militia².

Edwin Vieira Sheds Light on the U.S. Constitution

That commitment to the security of a free state and defense of individual rights is sanctioned by the U.S. Constitution and its charter, The Declaration of Independence and means to “defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

For every state in the union, there is a proportionate number of Minutemen essential to match state power — in arms, manpower, and quality of training. Should private gun owners proactively train with their local militia for the skills necessary to defend their own rights, the requisite shift in power shall result in liberty.

Fight The New World Order

The only reason for any government to exist is to safeguard individual freedom. Period. The original intent of America’s Founding Fathers was to establish a Nation that fostered this ideal. When government or oligarchy steps outside the bounds of this mandate, it is no longer providing the service it was originally designed for; and it must be dismantled.

Feds Must Be Leashed

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered a formal investigation into how the Justice Department went awry in Nevada. Until the feds cease wrongfully abusing their targets, there will be no rebound in trust in Washington.

Rebellion Against Tyranny

. . . a rebellion in this day and age must be asymmetric in nature; meaning smaller groups acting covertly on their own initiative everywhere rather than in only one place.
– Brandon Smith

The Constitution doesn't exist to grant you rights; those are inherent within you. Rather, it exists to frame a limited government so that those natural rights can be exercised freely. To amend the Constitution in defiance of that intent is not only treasonous, but illegitimate.

April 2014 at the Bundy Ranch

August 1992 at Ruby Ridge

  The Federal Reserve

The Problems with Income Tax

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