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Requiem for a Free Republic

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 05/13/2015 - 17:15

by Brent Johnson

I weep for what once was; for the vaunted achievements of intelligent and passionate men; for the blood shed and sacrifices made by those committed to the principles of freedom and self-determination; for the broken dreams of countless generations. I weep for the hope of a free country. I weep for America.

The 80% Factor

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 01/07/2015 - 17:39

By Brent Johnson

After managing an organization dedicated to truth and freedom, authoring three books, broadcasting for over a 20 years, and conducting more than 100 seminars, I have come to the general conclusion that four-fifths of the population are bovine or ovine (that’s cattle or sheep for the etymologically challenged). I call this conclusion The 80% Factor.

Plausible Deniability

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/01/2014 - 20:03

by Brent Johnson

In Washington, D.C., the seat of government and the heart of corruption and tyranny in the Fascist Police States of Amerika, there is one principle overshadowing everything else that happens in politics. Newcomers to the political scene learn to apply this principle before anything else. Elected or appointed officeholders, attorneys, law enforcement officials, bureaucrats at every level of government find out that if you want to survive in politics, you must adhere to this single, primary principle… plausible deniability.

Prohibitive vs. Compulsory Law

Submitted by Freedomman on Thu, 04/03/2014 - 19:24

by Brent Johnson

All laws fit into one of two classifications: laws that prohibit or laws that compel. Prohibitive laws tell you what you cannot do with someone else’s person or property. Compulsory laws tell you what you must do with your own person or property. Understanding these two different types of law is vital to a complete understanding of the general validity (or lack) of a given law.

Leashing the Human Character

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 01/08/2014 - 17:36

By Brent Johnson

Recently, I was taking a walk with a friend of mine, who upon noticing various pieces of trash - empty beer cans, food wrappers, etc. - commented that “humans are pigs”.

This got me to thinking. It occurred to me that humans are perhaps more like dogs than pigs, and values are their leashes.

It’s Not My Law!

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 11/06/2013 - 18:12

By Brent Johnson

Do you obey the law? Are you a law-abiding Citizen, who respects law and order?

Don’t be so quick with your “yes” answer because frankly, I don’t believe you! That’s right! I believe you break the law all the time!

What is Homeland Security?

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 08/14/2013 - 19:34

By Brent Johnson

It has become accepted as a necessary function of our government: Homeland Security. The massive Department of Homeland Security, created by an Act of Congress, has already attracted countless lobbyists, all vying for billions of dollars in DHS appropriations. (By the way, did you know that Homeland Security was supposed to cost nothing; it was supposed to simply be a reorganization of already existing budgets? So much for government promises).

“Give up your Rights!” Paid for by the American People

Submitted by Freedomman on Thu, 05/09/2013 - 17:35

By Brent Johnson

Have you ever seen one of those television commercials for the Army? "Be all that you can be." "An army of one." Or those really interesting, effect-laden ads for the Marines? "Maybe you could be one of us. The few, the proud the Marines."

Critical Thinking

Submitted by Freedomman on Thu, 01/31/2013 - 17:37

By Brent Johnson

The American revolution was a remarkable event. Against the might of the British monarchy and her minions of well-trained troops, a small, rag-tag, untrained corps of citizen-soldiers wrested control of the colonies from subjection to the king. Such an amazing accomplishment required amazing men; men of character and principle, men of morals and values; men who could distinguish between right and wrong, without an order from the king.

Common Law Liens

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 11/28/2012 - 17:15

by Brent Johnson

Common law liens provide a lawful method of securing the lienor's interest in his own property. When used properly, these powerful instruments will protect your interest in real and other tangible property.

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