Discourses is a series of brief (ten to fifteen minutes each) podcasts that contain information about various topics that are related to liberty and restoring a Constitutional government.

The Plan for Restoration of Constitutional Government

This is a proposed Plan for Restoration of Constitutional Government. In 10 parts, it goes from beginning to end, a step at a time, from local to, finally, the Congress, in restoring that which the Framers intended.

Habeas Corpus

The "Sacred Writ" is embodied in the Constitution, not the Bill of Rights. This explanation of just what Habeas Corpus was, supported by Supreme Court decisions and historical authority. It concludes with an effort to have the courts, from the District Court to the United States Supreme Court, to recognize a Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus.

Vortex -- The Threat That Keeps Us Apart

If you've ever wanted to know how the patriot community has been stifled and disrupted by secretive elements, then you've come to the right place. By categorizing various types of deep-cover operatives, agent provocateurs, and informants, Vortex provides an exhaustive look into how the government conducts its long-running campaign against patriots. Remedies for patriots are also explained.

We The People

As mentioned in the Preamble to the United States Constitution, "We the People" ordained and established the Constitution, but it does beg the question, who are " We the People," anyway? Based upon the government's own documents, we have a definitive explanation as to exactly who "We the People" are.

Factions -- The Chains of Oppression

If we want to restore constitutional government, then it would be prudent for us to fly under one banner. In order to do that, a Principle Faction comprised of " We the People" must be defined, as well as contrasted with all the other types of less significant factions. Friendly and hostile factions to the Principle Faction are also discussed.

The End of the Revolution & the Beginning of Independence

We most often define the Revolution as the War of Independence from rule by Great Britain. From a political standpoint, we look at the Stamp Act, Tea Tax, and the Massachusetts Port Act as the elements that provoked the actions at Lexington and Concord. There were, however, a number of events, both political and rebellious, that predate the battle on Lexington Green; these events fall well within the period that John Adams defines as the Revolution -- that period in which the public was "enlightened and informed concerning the authority of parliament over the colonies."

P.C. (Popping Cops) - An interview with John - July 5, 1999

John is an old friend. He is a combat veteran and well versed on our country's heritage. He was last interviewed by the Outpost of Freedom (OPF) in September 1995 (Sons of Liberty #18). Our discussion, then, was about the Murrah Building bombing and McVeigh's choice of targets.

I was talking with John just a few days ago and we were discussing the events in Kosovo. I asked John if he would do another interview, which we completed this evening...

Unlike Any Other Government

People who come to this country with the intention of ignoring, or even eliminating, its culture, heritage and way of government, do not belong here. They are, at best, misguided into thinking that what was earned so dearly will be abandoned so lightly. This is America; This nation used to be a beacon to the world. The government, by submitting to whatever evils which have swayed them from what was intended, have betrayed the people of this Great Nation. The Founding Fathers, in their foresight, have left us instructions on how to right that wrong. It is our obligation; It is our duty, to return to and preserve -- the United States of America.

Under One Banner - You Have Tread On Me Petition

The "Under One Banner" campaign to circulate the You Have Tread On Me - Petition is truly a Grass Roots campaign. It has no funding; it is not backed by any organization (though it is supported by many); and, it has no leadership -- except for those of you who choose to pick up that banner. The source of most of the problems we perceive to exist in this country, today, were created, either by commission or omission, by the Congress of the United States. If this were true, then it would make sense to resort to the historical Olive Branch Petition of 1775, and petition the Congress for Redress of Grievances. The Olive Branch Petition was submitted to the Parliament, by Subjects of Great Britain. The You Have Tread On Me is being submitted by the Posterity of those who enabled the government that now resides in Washington, D.C.

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