Citizens for Self Governance – Who Decides

Americans used to govern themselves. When this nation was founded, the government acted only to protect life, liberty and property. Now, it has encroached into every area of life, so we endlessly debate the healthcare, education, and economic policies our so-called leaders hand down to us. However, the citizens should make these crucial decisions. Who decides? According to the founders and Constitution, we do. Let’s act like it.

Source: Citizens for Self Governance

Compromise– Good or Bad?

We have been taught that bipartisan compromise for decades is a good thing. The media has been hammering this into us.

But we the people have been compromising with the left/communists/Democrats/neocons and look what it’s bought us: we are living in a communist country. All 10 planks of the communist manifesto are in place. Well maybe gun-control is saving our country.

The way this worked, was every time our so-called representatives compromised with the left it was just one more move to the left – so the next time we compromised it was just one more move to the left – so the next time we compromised it was just one more move to the left!!! Do you see the snowball effect that took place?

Every compromise works this way. Even negotiating the price of a car, every time you say a price the other person knows just how far you’re willing to go. It works with good and evil to, don’t kid yourself.

Compromising is giving away ground, each and every time.

Being politically correct compromising has been the downfall of we the people as a sovereign nation. Well there were other reasons for the downfall, too.

You should however Compromise with your better half! 🙂

The Bundy Women Are Taking a Stand for Truth, Justice, and the American Way

As First Reported On The CSS, Bundy Men Ordered Released-Much More Coming


Bundy Ranch Prosecutor’s Exposed For Withholding Info & It’s All about Protecting BLM Thug Daniel P. Love

Do you have any idea what just happened?

The case for pardoning Bundy Ranch defendants
Here is a link to the latest on the Bundy Trial

Here is an article that summaries Bundy Ranch and Oregon Standoff – Politics, Russia, and the Bundy Ranch by Terri Linnell
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To Whom It May Concern:

Many were interested in the Bundy Ranch Standoff when it was happening. Here is an update on the trial since it is not in the news. I was hoping that the Bundy’s would get a fair trial in Nevada like they did in Oregon but Chief Judge Navarro is not allowing a fair trial to happen. The Bundy’s and those with them have already been found Not guilty on all charges in their trial in Oregon where the Bundy’s went to support fellow ranchers suffering from the BLM. Now the Bundy’s are on trial for what they did to stand against the BLM when the BLM came to steal their cows and land in Nevada.

It is apparent the Bundy’s have committed no crime and the court knows this and therefore Chief Judge Navarro has denied the defense witnesses for the Bundys to take the stand. The judge has allowed the prosecution to continue for over 6 weeks and is now denying the defense to bring up their witnesses. That is the only way the prosecution thinks they can win. The judge knows that if the jury is allowed to hear the defense in full, they will see the truth and declare the Bundy’s and those with them Not guilty on all charges. That is the reason the judge is denying them that chance. Judge Navarro does not want the Bundy’s to be declared Not guilty on all charges by the jury in Nevada like they were in Oregon.

learn more via YouTube – Bundy Ranch ~ The Bundy Women 4/3/17

Chief Judge Gloria Navarro complaint line: 702-388-5020

Admin Aaron Blazevich: 1-702-464-5421 – email – webmaster-nvd@nvd.uscourts.gov

US Judiciary Committee members. 202 225 3951 (comment line option or speak to staff)

President Donald J.Trump – Verified twitter account @realDonaldTrump

This is the BUNDY ~ The True Story on YouTube – Published on Apr 3, 2017

Since 1865, Our Public Education Is Not Congruent with Our Founding

As I contemplate the constitutional foundations and unconstitutional prior restraint aspects of Arizona public school system journalism classes and the subject legislation—AZ SB1384—I realize that none of us are actually answering the question of how to resolve it.

The solution is to recognize the basic tenet of public school education in America as it was allowed to develop outside the purpose of representative governance in our nation. The concept of We the People establishing and maintaining a school system through our state governments—with surreptitious control by the national government beginning in 18651, and coming fully out-of-the-closet with President Carter’s creation of the cabinet-level Department of Education in the late 1970s—is not congruent with the principles upon which the United States of America are founded.

This is the underlying cause of the state in-which we find our public “education” system today. The more governments control “education,” the less it is maintained “of the people, by the people and for the people.” It is no longer administered and controlled for our individual children, but, for the special interests, and those in-power, in governments—from the local governing board, county and state levels, to the national level.

Have you ever wondered why the office of the state superintendent is called “of public instruction,” and not “of public education?” The reason is the same as I was expounding upon the other day; the purpose of the progressive movement behind the takeover of the concept of public “education” that made huge inroads beginning in the mid-1860s, was, and continues to be, to gain control of American minds and productivity through “instruction,” AKA: “indoctrination,” as opposed to “education,” or, “teaching.”

Over time, the progressive philosophers have achieved near-complete success in transforming our citizenry and our nation to an oligarchic collectivist state, in collusion with technocratic crony capitalists.

This state is what has brought us to pupil and student public school system journalists being shackled and stifled by prior restraint at the hands of their “advisers.”

The only way public-funded and controlled “education” can actually become free again is by returning the power to the parents and others who have our children’s freedom to exercise our Liberty under God as their paramount goal.

The solution to the problem is to educate the parents and others as to what is happening, and that they are the ones who can and must resolve the usurpation by public school system employees of power they do not lawfully hold.

Parents—with the assistance of other citizens—living in the jurisdiction of a public school (district, charter, reservation, or “?”), must exercise their inherent God-given right to direct their children’s education. This right is actually recognized and codified in A.R.S. 1-601 & -602. But, government has been allowed to ignore it as long as We the People are ignorant. Regardless of any judicial ruling to the contrary, parents have the right to direct their children’s education, health care and other aspects of their lives.

Therefore, the solution is for parents and other citizens to demand pupil and student right of free expression pursuant to the Constitution of Arizona, Art.2.§6, and Title 1-601 & -602:

  • In behalf of high school pupils: beginning with advisers and administrators, then the local governing board, possibly county superintendents, on to the state superintendent of public instruction, then in the AZ State Supreme Court, pursuant to Article VI.§5(1), if necessary to obtain a writ against the superintendent.
  • In behalf of post-secondary students: beginning with advisers and administrators, proceeding to appropriate boards and on to the superintendent of public instruction—who is the highest education official of the State of Arizona—and then to the State Supreme Court, if necessary.

This is the only constitutional solution to prior restraint of pupil and student journalists in Arizona, and these journalists would be best served by their parents and other citizens rising to defend them within the public school system.

Other than beginning an amendment to deny the right of free expression to the pupils and students, if that is what Arizonans really want to do in opposition to the First Amendment protections!—The only constitutional remedy that could be enacted by the State Legislature is one that recognized the rights already protected by the First Amendment, the State Constitution and the Arizona Revised Statutes. Such an enactment would ideally codify punishment for those advisers, public school administrators, local governing board members who vote to uphold violators, and—depending-upon how far up the food-chain the complaint travels—county superintendents, and the state superintendent of public instruction who are imposing and/or protecting journalistic prior restraint.

The bottom line is: Prior restraint of public school system journalists is already unconstitutional and unlawful; Parents must protect their children by reclaiming their power! They must demand the eradication of journalistic prior restraint from our public schools

As university student journalists, you have the platform to serve the Citizens of Arizona well by offering a thoroughly objective analysis of this crucial constitutional question in an honest and courageous work of student journalism. I know you will rise to the occasion!

Thank you for your desire to hear and present all sides of the question. I do anticipate seeing your end-product!

1. EDUCATION ACT OF 1865

Power of the states vs. power of the federal government: who cares?

The 10th Amendment to the US Constitution reads: “The powers not delegated to the United States [government] by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

The 11th Amendment reads: “The Judicial power of the United States shall not be construed to extend to any suit in law or equity, commenced or prosecuted against one of the United States by Citizens of another State, or by Citizens or Subjects of any Foreign State.”

If you combine these two Amendments, you begin to see the considerable powers granted to the states.

Why We the People need to Repeal laws and Amendments from 1913

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