I started this site in January, 2009, around the time Barack Obama began his occupation of the Oval office. Thanks to my experience with Obama, I had the strong sense that his tenure would mark a major crisis that would threaten the survival of constitutional self-government, of, by, and for the people of the United States.
At the time, relatively few Americans were speaking out about the mortal danger Obama posed to America’s liberty. Most were unaware of his utter rejection of the moral ideas on which America is founded (God-endowed unalienable rights, respect for the laws of nature and of nature’s God, just government powers derived from the consent of the governed). Most were unaware of his lifelong commitment to radical Marxism. Most were unaware that his commitment to perpetuate abortion included the willingness to countenance the murder of fully born infants, like the ones whose lives Kermit Gosnell infamously destroyed.
Thanks to an almost universal conspiracy of silence in the so-called ‘mainstream’ media, voters were led to believe that he was just another liberal politician. They were led to believe his candidacy offered Americans the opportunity to prove they had left the nation’s ugly heritage of racial bigotry and divisiveness behind. They were led to believe that his promises of change reflected a sincere commitment to the prosperity and well-being of the nation.
None of this was true; as Americans have learned from increasingly hard experience. More and more of them, especially among those who call themselves conservatives, have also learned from hard experience that the Republican Party’s opposition to Obama is mostly a sham. This was fully exposed when the GOP nominated Mitt Romney for President in 2012. The greatest difference between Romney and Obama was that Romney could boast that he imposed a more radical government takeover on the people of Massachusetts than Obama managed to get in the Obamacare legislation.
On this site, you’ll find out a good deal about Obama’s radicalism and the treacherous aid and comfort the GOP’s quisling leadership gives to his cause. You will also find careful thinking that articulates strategies for grassroots action by which Americans willing to do so may even now restore their country to the blessings of liberty.
This site doesn’t deal in punchy sound bites and slogans. My aim is to remember the wisdom of the founders. To do so we must practice their way of thinking; for unless we practice, it will become inaccessible to us.
Unlike today’s political shysters, the Founders didn’t deal in conclusions. They dealt in reasoning, and presented their conclusions in logical terms.
This is what I try to do in all that I write. My aim is not to please with agreeable words, but to inform with sound reasoning and logic in order to substantiate reasonable conviction.
If we truly respect the American founding, we must never agree to be estranged from it. We must never let the founding generation’s way of speaking and thinking become so alien and unfamiliar to us that we come to live, as it were, in another country, divided from them by barriers of impatient feeling and incomprehension.
This is one reason we must reject the revisions of “style” that cut us off from the monuments they inscribed to liberty and self-government. If our right of liberty is to survive, so must our ability to read and comprehend those inscriptions.
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From the beginning I’ve wanted this site to be a place where faith gives reason for citizen action. I hope and pray that it will prove so for you.