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    The American form of government is based on our being a "REPUBLIC" rather than a Democracy. It is a system of government that protects the rights of the people; under the Constitution of the United States of America and the Bill of Rights.

    In a Republic, the rights of the government are limited by a fixed body of laws, not subject to majority whims; as in a democracy.

    Under a Republic, the people are freer, and able to benefit from their labors, without a domineering government influence.


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    The government gets its sovereign authority from the people; limited government under a higher law, (American Constitutionalism).

    There is NO mention in the Constitution of the United States of America or the Bill of Rights with the word, "Democracy" written in them.

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    We live in an uncertain time. Public opinion polls show a drop in Americans’ optimism about the economic future of the country and the main stream media not telling us the truth. Optimism and pessimism are traits that condition peoples reaction to uncertainty. Stay Informed, research yourself what is really going on. The list on the left side is a good start, however find your resources as well.

     

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    1. The American form of government is based on our being a "REPUBLIC" rather than a Democracy.
    2. It is a system of government that protects the rights of the people; under the Constitution of the United States of America and the Bill of Rights.
    3. In a Republic, the rights of the government are limited by a fixed body of laws, not subject to majority whims; as in a democracy.
    4. Under a Republic, the people are freer, and able to benefit from their labors, without a domineering government influence.
    5. The government gets its sovereign authority from the people; limited government under a higher law, (American Constitutionalism).

    No where in the Constitution of the United States of America or the Bill of Rights has the word, "Democracy" written in them.

    Republic:
    In modern republics such as the United States, the executive is legitimized both by a constitution and by popular suffrage. Montesquieu included both democracies, where all the people have a share in rule, and aristocracies or oligarchies, where only some of the people rule, as republican forms of government.

    A Constitutional democracy is a representative democracy. Power is subject to the rule of law. One who holds or champions moderate views or opinions, especially in politics or religion.

    Aristotle favored conciliatory politics dominated by the centre rather than the extremes of great wealth and poverty or the special interests of oligarchs and tyrants.

    A moderate position is to bring reason and logic to the public discussion regarding the constitutionality of government activity.

    The Constitutional Moderate seeks to protect the rights of ALL individuals through the rule of law. We recognize and appreciate the potential for law to preserve and protect the rights of us all both by limiting government power sought after by those on the far left and by limiting civil abuses dealt by individuals on the far right. Because the United States Constitution was framed for such a purpose, and because it represents the "Supreme Law of the Land", we seek to "support and defend the Constitution of the United States from all enemies, foreign and domestic" who oppose it, as well as our republic (Article 4, Section 4).
  • Updates and Information You Need To Know

    Our intention is to bring to you information that has been forgotten or not represented in the main stream media. Subjects that are only covered by us and the independent news sources. We will present you with facts, the rule of law, The Constitution, Bill of Rights and the current Administrations circumvention of our countries laws.

    Federal Reserve Banking:


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    The Founders were worried about the problem of absolute power,  They were trying to ensure there would never be the kind of absolute monarchy that they were running away from.

     

    The Federal Reserve Charter began on December 23, 1913. This charter was good for 100 years, or so we thought, thanks to Bill Still we now know it is for an indefinite amount of time the Federal Reserve will control the United States currency. Central Bankers will continue to force the population to be as feudal serfs to a monetary system created simply for enslavement.

     

    Prior to centralized banking, each commercial bank issued their own bank notes (Money). The first institution with responsibilities of a central bank in the U.S. was the First Bank of the United States, chartered in 1791 by Alexander Hamilton. Its charter was not renewed in 1811. In 1816, the Second Bank of the United States was chartered; its charter was not renewed in 1836, after it became the object of a major attack by president Andrew Jackson. From 1837 to 1862, in the Free Banking Era there was no formal central bank, and banks issued their own notes again. From 1862 to 1913, a system of national banks was instituted by the 1863 National Banking Act. However they where still using the fractional reserve banking. A banking system in which only a fraction of bank deposits are backed by actual cash-on-hand and are available for withdrawal.

     

    Today, the Federal Reserve prints the legal tender for the United States. It controls inflation of that currency, its worth and how much of it is in circulation at any given time. The currency is not backed by gold, silver or any other precious metal. It is fractionally created from the debt of the United States government to the privately owned and controlled Federal Reserve Bank. Each note printed by the central bank is worth roughly $ 0.80 cents (depending on the fluctuating currency rate). The debt mounts up as the federal notes are printed because as each is worth less, the value is lessened as well. The debt cannot be repaid because the legal tender is never worth more than the debt.

    The monetary enslavement created by Woodrow Wilson and the Central Bankers will continue. The Federal Reserve will retain control over the United States money supply.

     

    In the early 1900′s, the excuse for the bank’s creation was to balance the monetary issues of the day. However, once the Federal Reserve was into control, the stock market crashed and the Great Depression began. It also consolidated the smaller banks into the hands of the larger mega-banks of the time; putting more and more power into the hands of a few bankers.

    This is not where this story begins. To fully understand how we got to where we are today you need to watch this chronological video (Up above) of how this began and who is really calling all the shots. I will give you a hint it's not our Government, Executive branch or the congress.

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