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In today’s America, those in power basically do what they please. Executive orders, phone calls, and the right judge mean a lot more than laws. They even trump state referenda. Over the past half-century, presidents have ruled not by enforcing laws but increasingly through agencies that write their own rules, interpret them, and punish unaccountably—the administrative state. As for the Supreme Court, the American people have seen it invent rights where there were none—e.g., abortion—while trammeling ones that had been the republic’s spine, such as the free exercise of religion and freedom of speech. The Court taught Americans that the word “public” can mean “private” (Kelo v. City of New London), that “penalty” can mean “tax” (King v. Burwell), and that holding an opinion contrary to its own can only be due to an “irrational animus” (Obergefell v. Hodges).

Angelo M. Codevilla

Unlike most manifestos, this page is fluid. Fluid like motor oil on a cold morning in Alaska which means it changes from time to time.

There are times when we are faced with situations that are both dangerous as well as an opportunity. This is one of those times, where the people whom the United States was created for, the citizens, have the opportunity to take the usurped power away from the political classes.

Notice that I did not use a specific party designation for the upcoming election - the controlling classes of the central government are trying to forbid us from voting our conscience, using all methods at their disposal including massive voting fraud. Mark my words.

In the 1960's a concept that is built into the genetic structure of the constitution but was codified outside of the constitutional framework. This concept is the 1964 Civil Rights Act which began to munch on the constitution exuding the crap of the establishment like social and legal manure. The civil rights act uses the commerce clause (Article I, Section 8, Clause 3) as its foundation.

That single law has removed the freedom of persons to associate or not with whomever they wish, and is being taken to mean that it trumps the free exercise of religion as well, bakers and photographers are forced to take part in homosexual weddings. It is the greatest tool invented by the communist / socialist / liberation theology establishment to rip asunder the framework of the republic formerly known as America.

This has resulted in the guard dogs of the establishment to stretch the chains of their confinement and bark "Racist! Homophobe! Sexist!" while at the same time the establishment does exactly that in the name of diversity. It has become standard fare to assume that the majority are somehow all using an imaginary "privilege" that doesn't exist to discriminate against those who are accused of a non-existent discrimination, bringing the catch-22 of myth into real life.

The way to fix the country is not a single election. Not a single candidate nor political party. The fix is to use firm constitutional grounds to overthrow the civil rights act from whence all the destruction flows. This of course will result in the backlash against Donald Trump appear to be a mere taste of the violence that would follow and precede that overthrow of the constitutional carpet muncher called the civil rights act.

The problem is if you think you are not doing anything that’s wrong, you don't get to define that.

The central government does.

The central government defines what is right and wrong and whether or not they target you.

So it's not up to the individuals. Even if they think they aren't doing something wrong, if their position on something is against what the administration has, then they could easily become a target.

William Binney, NSA
I do not find socialist/liberation theology political or social theories acceptable in any form. As far as I can tell, socialism always leads to a police state, with heavy emphasis on thought control. What made America great was for the first time ever, people were the ones in charge, where free people united to achieve goals they genuinely desired. Instead of thought police, individual people could work for individual goals they genuinely desired. But remember on critical item:
People are not inherently good. All humans have a propensity toward bad actions. Only those that strive to depress that tendency succeed in individual goals. Socialism steals a man's work. Socialism plunders the production of the individual.
The nature of life is that the universe hates happiness. As long as one breathes, one must fight. Do not expect joy from life or you will be endlessly disappointed. Instead look outside yourself for your salvation.

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