The Failure of the Two-Party Election System and Why We Need +/- Voting

The Failure of our Two-Party Election System Our two-party system of politics is failing due to Polarization.  Historically, political parties in the U.S. held some common ground.  During the earliest years of our country, for example, we had the Federalist Party, founded by Alexander Hamilton with the help of urban bankers and businessmen, and the […]

The Brussels Declaration – A Process to Safeguard Human Rights and Freedoms

The culmination of the International Conference for Free Speech and Human Rights on 9 July 2012 was the reading and signing of the Brussels Declaration. The Declaration set up a global strategic line of action against the worldwide Islamic enforcement program for Shariah Law. In the video below, Alain Wagner (France) (00:35) introduces the document, […]

The High Road – Our Oath of Office

Actually, Obama has accelerated the build-up of his non-sworn group of civilians who, by means of various loopholes, now have the power and authority to detain you indefinitely. By “non-sworn” I mean they have no sworn loyalty to America, as do all military personnel and all local, county, state, and federal law enforcement officers. We’ve […]

Paul Ryan – Mitt Romney’s New Running Mate for Vice President

Mitt Romney is a leader with the skills, the background and the character that our country needs at a crucial time in its history. Following four years of failed leadership, the hopes of our country, which have inspired the world, are growing dim; and they need someone to revive them. Governor Romney is the man […]

National Media Contacts

Would you like to give ABC, CBS, or MSNBC News a piece of your mind?  Do you have a good idea for a story? Here’s a list of media contacts through which you can make your opinions known!   ABC News 77 W. 66 St., New York, NY 10023 Phone: 212-456-7777 General e-mail: netaudr@abc.com Nightline: […]

Judge Arrested for Treason by “We The People”

Video. This event is really astonishing, not because of its audacity, but because of its legality.  Yes, it’s legal. Essentially, a judge was violating his oath of office by abusing his authority to suppress evidence and violate requisite rules of procedure.  In so doing he was trying to stack the deck against an individual for […]