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They Prefer Caviar, Even If It Comes With Chains

They Prefer Caviar, Even If It Comes With Chains October 25th, 2012

Chuck Baldwin There is an Old Testament story that parallels with what is going on in America today. The story is found in Numbers chapter 11. God had delivered His people from great bondage. They witnessed His mighty hand of power and deliverance in defeating their oppressors and leading them toward a land of promise […]

To Preserve the Nation

August 21st, 2012

Scott Bradley is the author of  – To Preserve the Nation –  and a former candidate for United States Senate in Utah.  In this video, Scott invites us to understand and stand with the Founding Fathers.

Constitution Party of Idaho Convention – 2012

Constitution Party of Idaho Convention – 2012 August 21st, 2012

Dear Friends of Liberty, The Constitution Party of Idaho meets for its Bi-Annual convention in Boise on 25 August, 2012 at the Fuddrucker’s Restaurant, 1666 Entertainment Ave.  Doors open at 10:00 am.  Business begins at 10:45 am.  Registration for the event is $15.oo (specify CPIdaho Convention). Click HERE to register. Members of the Constitution Party […]

The Floating Dollar as a Threat to Property Rights

The Floating Dollar as a Threat to Property Rights August 21st, 2012

From Imprimis Magazine – Seth Lipsky – February 2011 Now, the record is clear in respect of how America’s founders viewed money. Many of them went into the Second United States Congress, where they established the value of the dollar at 371 ¼ grains of pure silver. The law through which they did that, the […]

Jury Nullification Officially Recognized in New Hampshire

Jury Nullification Officially Recognized in New Hampshire August 21st, 2012

Article by William Norman Grigg There is nothing novel about the principle and practice of jury nullification, which dictates that citizen juries have the right and authority to rule both on the facts of a case, and the validity of a given law. This is widely recognized in judicial precedents in both American history and […]