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A Political Realignment is Necessary – The Real Struggle is Liberty vs. Authoritarianism

A Political Realignment is Necessary – The Real Struggle is Liberty vs. Authoritarianism

Source: Political Blitzkrieg

Michael Krieger | Posted at 3:13 pm

Until the American public ceases bickering amongst itself along Democratic and Republican or “left” vs. “right” lines, we’ll continue to be divided and conquered by authoritarians who wield tremendous power throughout both sides of the traditional political spectrum. This isn’t to say there aren’t real, meaningful differences between those who classify themselves on the “left” or the “right,” but it is to say there’s a much bigger battle afoot and nothing’s going to get better until we frame the new political reality for what it is. The most significant, existential struggle at play in these modern United States is a battle between Liberty and Authoritarianism, and it’s extremely important you know where you stand.

While the entire Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution is crucial to our civil liberties, no right is more significant than the First Amendment. If we lose freedom of speech, it’s game over for our society, and we have to understand that authoritarians on both the “right” and “left” are taking shots at freedom of speech as I write this. As such, differences between “right” and “left” should be deemphasized because if we lose the First Amendment, we lose everything.

A major political realignment is not simply a good idea, it’s absolutely crucial to the survival of a thriving civilization here in the U.S. The historical struggle we face today is not Democrat vs. Republican, or right vs. left, but Liberty vs. Authoritarianism. . . . Read Complete Report

BugOut ~ 101 Reasons: Liberty Lives in New Hampshire (Full Length Film)

Featured Image: Don’t tread on Me Gadsden flag. CREDIT: Lexicon Vikrum. Wikipedia Commons (GFDLCC BY SA)

youtube by 101 Reasons Film

Published on Nov 17, 2014

“101 Reasons: Liberty Lives in New Hampshire” is a documentary adaptation of the Free State Project’s list of 101 Reasons to Move to New Hampshire, which was written in 2002 by Michele Dumas.

Dig a little DEEPER ~ THEI.us Archive “Free State Project”  “Libertarian”

Libertopia: Free State Project (full movie)

Featured Image: Flag of New Hampshire. Source; Wikipedia (Public Domain)

youtube by LibertopiaFilm

Published on May 26, 2013

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Libertopia is a time capsule of the Free State Project from 2008-2009. For more information about the FSP, go to http://freestateproject.org/. If you like the movie, consider making a donation athttp://libertopiafilm.com, so the filmmakers can keep telling good stories.

Hit the open road with Libertopia, a documentary film that follows a unique group of people on individual quests for liberty. Watch as they follow the call of the Free State Project, an invitation to the liberty-minded at large to combine and concentrate their efforts in a single US state.

From across the country and beyond, people are uprooting their lives to converge in New Hampshire, where on a daily basis they work to create a more free society

Dig a little DEEPER ~ Website: “Free State Project”

Happy Independence Day

Independence Hall NOAA_Photo_Library SOURCE Wikipedia Public Domain

from Rick Osmon

No that’s not me, it’s part of a fund raising campaign for the Wounded Warrior Program sponsored by Brawny paper towels.







This is my wish to all Americans:


Happy Independence Day! Even if it doesn’t mean what it used to mean.

A couple messages on Facebook from friends in Australia reminded me what Independence Day is supposed to mean: Freedom from tyranny. Of course, the NSA and DHS are now pinging on every utterance of “patriot”, “Liberty”, and “tyranny”.

I recently (last night) for the first time watched the motion picture The Road to Perdition with Paul Newman, Tom Hanks, and Daniel Craig. Now before you think I’m jumping off the deep end by tying that movie to the Fourth of July, stick with me.

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