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Help Free Euna Lee and Laura Ling


Do you know about Euna Lee and Laura Ling? The two journalists were investigating human rights abuses of North Korean women when they were arrested by North Korean authorities. The two were recently sentenced to 12 years hard labor for "illegal entry" and "hostile acts."

Help release Lee and Ling. »

Their sentence is much harsher than expected, which is why we believe that the regime in Pyongyang is using them as pawns in a dangerous game of escalating tensions with the international community.

Getting Pyongyang to listen is a challenge, but China is the major provider of energy/ food and may be able to use its influence to help free the journalists.

Please urge President Hu Jintao to act on behelf of Euna Lee and Laura Ling. »

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"Socialism is the doctrine that man has no right to exist for his own sake, that his life and his work do not belong to him, but belong to society, that the only justification of his existence is his service to society, and that society may dispose of him in any way it pleases for the sake of whatever it deems to be its own tribal, collective good."
 
-- Ayn Rand
 
http://www.liberty-page.com/quotes/social.html
 

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Sen. Inhofe Calls for Inquiry Into 'Suppressed' Climate Change Report
Obama EPA blocks its own report questioning 'climate change'…
Republicans are raising questions about why the EPA apparently dismissed an analyst's report questioning the science behind global warming.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/06/29/gop-senator-calls-inquiry-supressed-climate-change-report/
 

Republicans see opportunity in climate bill fight
http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/feedarticle/8583541
 
 

House passes ‘cap and trade’ legislation; next, the Senate
http://www.landlinemag.com/todays_news/Daily/2009/June09/062909/062909-01.htm
 
 

Blood Samples Raise Questions of Privacy
Some Samples Are Stored and Used For Research Without Parents' Consent
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/06/29/AR2009062903118_pf.html
 

Teddy and Abe
Brion McClanahan on the myth of that pharaohnic monument, Mt. Rushmore.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig10/mcclanahan3.1.1.html
 

Yank the Shroud Off the Fed
Ron Paul's anti-Fed bill is gathering steam.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul547.html
 
 

AMERICA - FROM FREEDOM TO FASCISM
Aaron Russo
http://www.poodlecrap.com/Hateliars/HL_Video1.asp?Part=0
 

Dean Allen For Adjutant General
http://www.votedeanallen.org/

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Troy Davis decision postponed! Your help still needed.


Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court delayed a decision on whether to grant Troy Davis an appeal until after it returns from recess in September. The court's decision (or non-decision) should be taken as a good sign. It gives us hope that at least some Supreme Court Justices may finally be waking up to the strong claims of innocence in this case and want to take more time to weigh the facts.

We are convinced that if the justices agree to hold a hearing and allow all evidence to be weighed, then they will come to see what we have known all along – the pieces just don't add up. When Davis was sentenced to death for the 1989 shooting of a police officer in Savannah, there was an absence of any physical evidence against him. Furthermore, the majority of witnesses who testified against him then, have now recanted or changed their stories altogether.

Troy's case continues to inspire the support of millions of activists and countless leaders speaking on behalf of human rights, including former President Jimmy Carter and Archbishop Desmond TuTu.

Our activism has already put the U.S. Supreme Court and Georgia officials on the fence. Now we've got to do all we can these next couple of months to guarantee justice for Troy Davis!

Join the thousands in Savannah, Georgia who are calling for the new District Attorney to reopen Troy's case. Then, forward the link onto everyone you know!

Troy's life continues to be saved because of people like you who take the time to make the difference.

Thank you,

–Laura Moye, Death Penalty Abolition Campaign Director

P.S. Stay informed of the latest Troy news by checking back here: http://amnestyusa.org/troy

Take Action Now!

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Eight Republicans Help Confirm a Hard-Core Gun Banner
-- And how to keep Senators from "spinning" their support for gun control
 
Gun Owners of America E-Mail Alert
8001 Forbes Place, Suite 102, Springfield, VA 22151
Phone: 703-321-8585 / FAX: 703-321-8408
http://www.gunowners.org
 

"Too much work [was] left undone. After a few sleepless nights, I wrote for myself a list of issues on which I needed to do more in the years ahead. One of those issues was global regulation of small arms." -- Harold Hongju Koh (2001)
 

Friday, June 26, 2009
 
Imagine that.  The Senate confirmed this week, by a vote of 62-35, a gun banner who stays up at night thinking of ways to impose more gun control upon American citizens.
 
Harold Koh is that gun grabber, and he was confirmed yesterday to be the Legal Adviser at the State Department.
 
On Wednesday, Senate Republicans attempted to kill the Koh nomination with a filibuster -- until eight of them crossed the aisle to help Democrats confirm Koh.
 
The back-stabbing Senators are:  Lamar Alexander (R-TN), Susan Collins (R-ME), Judd Gregg (R-NH), Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Richard Lugar (R-IN), Mel Martinez (R-FL), Olympia Snowe (R-ME) and George Voinovich (R-OH).
 
Once the filibuster was thwarted, Koh's nomination passed easily.  The vote on final passage can be viewed at: http://tinyurl.com/m4m2f5
 
Koh is eager to assume his post at the State Department, having lamented that there is only so much that can be done from the outside to push gun control treaties, and that ultimately we need people like him in positions of power.  The chief lawyer for the State Department is just the position someone like him needs to push more gun control through international treaties.
 
GOA will continue watching for any attempt by the Obama administration to foist an international gun control treaty upon the citizens of the U.S.
 
Please stay tuned.
 

Don't Let Your Senators Escape the Heat of the Spotlight!
 
If you have been watching the news, you have no doubt seen stories on the health care debate.  This is the topic de jour on Capitol Hill, and Congress is ramping up to vote on a bill in a few weeks.
 
Last week, GOA alerted you to the fact that the whole health care issue has become a Trojan Horse for gun control, among other things.
 
However, there are detractors who claim that the current health care debate will have nothing to do with guns.  For example, GOA has been "informed" that a search of the TeddyCare bill does not turn
up the word "guns," and that the word "database" is seen only a few times.
 
Hmm, if your Senator's office gives you that as a response, then tell them not to be so lazy and naive.
 
One needs to do more than type in a word search in order to analyze legislation. The database was set up under section 3001(c)(3)(i) of the stimulus bill.  But the Kennedy bill allows for sweeping new regulations, which make it potentially impossible for any doctor to refuse to enter your records under the current section 13112 exemption.
 
Many things you tell your doctor in the privacy of his office could affect your right to own a firearm. And just because anti-gun zealot Ted Kennedy doesn't notify us up front of his anti-gun intentions doesn't
mean they don't exist.
 
Frankly, we got this same garbage in connection with the Veterans Disarmament Act (officially known as the NICS Improvement Act), where the anti-gunners took away the guns of 150,000 veterans through language which was not explicit.  Before the bill was signed into law last year, some detractors even claimed that because the NICS bill did not mention the word "veterans," we must have been wrong to suggest that the bill would disarm vets!
 
Well, guess what?  The disarmament which was already occurring before President Bush signed the legislation into law last year is now occurring with a vengeance under the Obama administration.  (In fact, GOA members should be looking for an upcoming mailing which will give you postcards to send in support of an important bill -- introduced by Sen. Burr of North Carolina -- which will protect veterans from the fangs of the Veterans Disarmament Act.)
 
The point is, no Senate staffer should ever give you an opinion on a bill unless he has read the entire code that the bill will be amending. Nor should they ignore the potential for an Obama administration to
abuse any particular piece of legislation.
 
Remember how the RICO Act, originally enacted to help combat the Mafia, was later used to crack down on legitimate banks and peaceful pro-life protesters?  The original RICO Act never used the word "abortion," but that didn't stop overzealous prosecutors from going after the non-violent protestors.
 
And who would have thought, when the original Brady law was passed in 1993, that it would be used to keep people with outstanding traffic tickets... or couples with marriage problems... or military vets with nightmares from buying guns?  After all, the Brady law never mentioned those people groups, and yet the law has been used over the past 15-plus years to deny gun rights to those very people.
 
Reading legislation is not a job for the timid or the lazy.  If staffers in your Senate offices aren't willing to read current bills IN THE LIGHT OF EXISTING LAWS -- and to do the research necessary to compile this
information -- then politely encourage them to get another line of work.
 

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GOA Applauds Call to Action on Judge Sotomayor from NRA's Past President

Gun Owners of America E-Mail Alert
8001 Forbes Place, Suite 102, Springfield, VA 22151
Phone: 703-321-8585 / FAX: 703-321-8408
http://www.gunowners.org
 
Monday, June 29, 2009
 

Gun Owners of America applauds immediate past NRA President Sandy Froman, who stepped up to the plate last week with a call to arms for all NRA members to vigorously oppose the nomination of Judge Sotomayor to the Supreme Court. (See the article below).
 
GOA has been calling on our members to oppose this nomination since it is clear that Sotomayor is anti-Second Amendment and wants to legislate from the bench.
 
The official position from current NRA leadership is to take a "wait and see" approach to the Sotomayor nomination which may well allow her to wiggle through and be confirmed.
 
GOA calls on all pro-gunners across America to urge NRA leadership to join in this critical fight to protect the Constitution -- and especially our gun rights.
 
-- GOA Vice-Chairman Tim Macy
 
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NRA Members Must Oppose Sotomayor
by Sandy Froman
 
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
 
Judge Sonia Sotomayor, President Barack Obama's first nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, has a narrow view of the Second Amendment that contradicts the Court's landmark decision in District of Columbia v. Heller.  A heated debate has started in the U.S. Senate over her opposition to the right to keep and bear arms. This issue, which has decided the fate of presidential elections, could also decide her nomination. Gun owners, and especially the members of the National Rifle Association, must aggressively oppose Judge Sotomayor's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
 
On June 24, senators began speaking on the floor of the Senate expressing grave concerns over Judge Sotomayor's Second Amendment record. Senator Jeff Sessions R-AL, the Ranking Member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, pointed out that although her record on the issue is "fairly scant," she has twice stated that the Second Amendment is not a fundamental right.  Senator Sessions also noted that in Second Amendment and other constitutional cases, Sotomayor's analysis of important constitutional issues has been lacking suggesting "a troubling tendency to avoid or casually dismiss difficult Constitutional issues of exceptional importance."  Sotomayor's view on the Second Amendment clearly reflects an extreme anti-gun philosophy, and some Democrat senators from pro-gun states are justifiably nervous.
 
Last year, the Supreme Court held in Heller that the Second Amendment guarantees the right of individual Americans to keep and bear firearms. But that ruling was a fiercely-contested, 5-4 split decision. Justice Kennedy joined the four conservatives on the Court to make the majority, with the four liberal justices writing passionate dissents about how the Second Amendment does not apply to private citizens.
 
Bluntly speaking, the Second Amendment survived by a single vote. Had one justice voted differently, the Second Amendment would have been erased from the Bill of Rights forever. Today in the Supreme Court, the right to bear arms hangs by a single vote.
 
The next question the Supreme Court will decide is whether the Second Amendment is a "fundamental right" that applies to cities and states, thus preventing them from restricting gun rights.  Even the liberal
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held earlier this year in Nordyke v. King that the Second Amendment is a fundamental right, yet Judge Sotomayor disagrees.
 
When Barack Obama nominated Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court, it belied his flowery rhetoric about respecting our constitutional gun rights. Out of almost 200 federal appeals judges in this country, Judge Sotomayor is one of only six to weigh in (after the Heller case) to hold that the Second Amendment only limits federal actions. If your state or city chooses to ban all guns or take away the ones that you already have in your home for hunting and self-defense, Sonia Sotomayor says the
Constitution can't help you.
 
This position becomes all the more radical when it's revealed how she reached this conclusion. Only six judges have denied gun rights against the states. Of these, three did so in a recent Seventh Circuit case, NRA v. Chicago, writing a detailed opinion that the Second Amendment doesn't apply to the states because they thought an old 1800s Supreme Court case tied their hands on the issue, and they commended the case up to the Supreme Court after long and scholarly consideration. Judge Sotomayor and two of her liberal colleagues, however, wrote only a single paragraph on the whole issue when deciding their own New York case, Maloney v. Cuomo. In one paragraph, she said the Second Amendment gives people no rights at all when it comes to state or city laws. She gave no explanation, and made no call for Supreme Court action.
 
Then we find that this has been a consistent belief for Sotomayor. In a case before her in 2004, she and her colleagues concluded that there is no fundamental right in the Second Amendment but provided no substantive analysis to justify this conclusion. Throughout her career, Judge Sotomayor's record is one of consistent opposition to the private ownership of firearms.
 
America has almost 90 million gun owners who value their rights. And of these, no one does more to protect the Second Amendment than the four million members of the National Rifle Association.
 
I served as an officer of the NRA for nine years, including a two-year term as president. I saw NRA members turn the tide on Election Day 2000 to defeat Al Gore. We fought again to help defeat John Kerry in 2004. We can do the same with Sonia Sotomayor, if we call our U.S. Senators and tell them to vote against this anti-gun judge. No fewer than fourteen Democrat senators have solid records on the Second Amendment, and we must urge them to oppose this nominee.
 
Next year, the Supreme Court is likely to take up NRA v. Chicago, which will decide whether the Second Amendment applies to states and cities like it does the federal government. This case is as important as
Heller, and will massively impact gun rights forever.
 
We already know where Judge Sotomayor stands. It's time to tell the Senate, "Vote No! on Sonia Sotomayor."
 

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Jefferson Warns Americans of Perpetual Debt
 
 
It appears that in 1816 Jefferson was warning Americans to retain an organized means of acting on their agents, something that has not been retained.
 
Bernhard Thuersam, Director
Cape Fear Historical Institute
Wilmington, North Carolina
www.cfhi.net
 
 
Jefferson Warns Americans of Perpetual Debt:
 
“George III, in execution of the trust confided to him, within his own day, loaded the inhabitants of Great Britain with debts equal to the whole fee-simple value of their island, and under the pretext of governing it, has alienated its whole soil to creditors who could lend money to be lavished on priests, pensions, plunder and perpetual war. This would not have been so, had the people retained organized means of acting on their [political] agents. In this example, then, let us read a lesson for ourselves and not “go and do like-wise.”
 
(Thomas Jefferson letter to Samuel Kerchival, March, 1816)
 
(The Jeffersonian Cyclopedia, Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1900, page 228)
 

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Jefferson on Debt Passed on to Future Generations
 
 
Jefferson makes it clear that only an immoral people would pass the debts of their comfortable living on to their children and those generations yet unborn.
 
Bernhard Thuersam, Director
Cape Fear Historical Institute
Wilmington, North Carolina
www.cfhi.net 
 
 
Jefferson on Debts Passed on to Future Generations:
 
“As the doctrine is that a public debt is a public blessing, so they [the supporters of State debt assumption] think a perpetual one is a perpetual blessing, and, therefore, wish to make it so large that we can never pay it off.” (to Nicholas Lewis, 1792)
 
“That we are bound to defray the expenses of the war within our own time, and unauthorized to burthen posterity with them, I suppose to have been proved in my former letter. There have existed nations, and civilized and learned nations, who have thought that a father had a right to sell his child as a slave, in perpetuity; that he could alienate his body and industry conjointly, and a fortiari his industry separately; and consume the fruits himself.  A nation asserting this fratricide right might well suppose they could burthen with public as well as private debt their [children and future generations]. 
 
We acknowledge that our children are born free; that their freedom is the gift of nature, and not of him who begot them…so when adult is sui juris, entitled himself to the use of his own limbs and fruits of his own exertions...we believe [that to] oblige them to pay for all the enterprises, just or unjust, profitable or ruinous, into which our vices, our passions, or our personal interests may lead us.  But I trust that this proposition needs only to be looked at by an American to be seen in its true point of view, and that we shall consider ourselves unauthorized to saddle posterity with our debts, and morally bound to pay them ourselves; and consequently within what may be deemed the period of a generation, or the life of the majority. 
 
We must raise, then, ourselves the money for this war, either by taxes within the year, or by loans; and if by loans, we must repay them ourselves, proscribing forever the English practice of perpetual funding; the ruinous consequences of which, putting right out of the question, should be a sufficient warning to a considerate nation to avoid the example.” (to J.W. Eppes, September 1813)
 
(The Jeffersonian Cyclopedia, Debt and Generations, Funk and Wagnalls Company, 1900, pp. 226-227)  
 

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CAP-AND-TRADE CHARADE
 
"Here they go again -- our faithful representatives in Washington, that is. They're about to pass, without reading its 1,200-plus pages, an incredibly expensive and destructive cap and trade bill, which has little prayer of accomplishing what it sets out to accomplish but satisfies their urgent need to pay homage to their liberal ideology and secular humanist worldview."
 
- Columnist David Limbaugh
 

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"Since the Constitution doesn’t forbid the states to secede, the North found it necessary to violate the Constitution in order to suppress Southern independence. Lincoln was forced to usurp legislative powers by raising troops and money and by suspending the writ of habeas corpus; when Chief Justice Roger Taney ruled such acts unconstitutional, Lincoln wrote an order for Taney’s arrest! He never followed through on that, but he did illegally arrest 31 antiwar members of the Maryland legislature and install a puppet government. He went on to crush freedom of speech and press throughout the North. Such was Lincoln’s idea of 'preserving the Constitution' and 'government of the people, by the people, for the people.'"
 
-- Joseph Sobran
 
 

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Dred Scott's Revenge: A Legal History of Race and Freedom in America
By Andrew P. Napolitano
List Price:  $25.99
SHNV Price:  $15.10
http://astore.amazon.com/souhernewvie-20/detail/1595552650 
 
Judge Andrew Napolitano lays bare the twisted legal history of racism in America.
 
"All men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights" wedded the American soul to the concept that freedom comes from our humanity, not from the government. But American governments legally suspended the free will of blacks for 150 years, and then denied blacks equal protection of the law for another 150 years. How did this happen in America, how were the Constitution and laws of the land twisted so as to institutionalize racism, and how did it or will it end? In a refreshingly candid book, Dred Scott's Revenge: A Legal History of Race and Freedom In America, Judge Andrew P. Napolitano takes a no-holds-barred look at the role of the government in the denial of freedoms based on race.
 

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HOMELAND SECURITY AND US ARMY PLAN INVASION OF STATES
http://www.newswithviews.com/BreakingNews/breaking166.htm
 

Obama supports bill to create civilian national security force. The police state grows by the minute.
http://freedomfighterradio.net/?p=8239
 

Virginia state police designate those who oppose the New World Order as domestic terrorists.
Prison Planet
http://www.infowars.com/virginia-state-police-designate-anti-nwo-opinion-as-domestic-terrorism/
 

Cap and Trade rape passed -- What must be done NEXT
http://www.newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd452.htm
by Devvy Kidd
 

Outrage of the Week: Captain Morgan, Cap and Trade & Reading the Bills
http://bytestyle.tv/content/captain-morgan-cap-and-trade-what-happened
 

Federal Seizure of U.S. Healthcare System Planned
Freedom Watch
http://fwatch.blogspot.com/2009/06/federal-seizure-of-us-healthcare-system.html
 
 

WORLD GLOBALIZATION OF THE BANKING & REGULATORY STRUCTURE
By Joan Veon
http://www.newswithviews.com/Veon/joan165.htm
 

Not Everyone Is Cheering Fed's New Role
Federal Reserve (a banking cartel) to become the most powerful regulator of the economy of any institution in history. It's frauds and failures of the past now will be greatly expanded, and the middle class likely will be plundered out of existence.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124525004449623489.html#mod=article-outset-box
 
 

CNN Covers Unlawful Detention Of Steve Bierfeldt Of Campaign For Liberty
YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcSSwW4K4AU
 
 

Ron Paul’s Campaign For Liberty
http://www.campaignforliberty.com/
 

U.S. National Debt Clock - Real Time
http://www.usdebtclock.org/

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The Revolution Continues

Out of Ron Paul's 2008 Presidential Campaign has come a group of liberty-minded patriots who are now running for public office.

June 30, 2009 will end the quarterly filing period for these candidates. Raising money in politics has two purposes: the most obvious is you need the money to campaign but the second, sometimes less obvious reason, is to send a message.

Please support the candidates that are fighting for liberty, freedom and prosperity.

Share this email with your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers and classmates.
 

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Restore the Republic (RTR): You really need to see this!

I'm not sure if you checked it out yet but we released the latest Reality Report a few days ago and I wanted to send you this reminder so you could watch it.

 
 
Some people had trouble viewing it because it would stop every 10 seconds. It does this because the video is loading while you're watching it. In order to avoid this let the video load more before watching. You can do this by clicking the pause button in the lower left had side of the video player after it has begun playing... after a minute click the pause/play button again... and enjoy the show!
 
The other thing I needed to remind you about was that if you are attending a Tea Party this July 4th and you want to have Republic Magazines in hand to educate and inspire those in attendance you need to get your order in no later than tomorrow night.
 
 
Oh yeah one more thing, we made 28 awesome posters for the Tea Parties that you can download for free.
 
 
Anyway, we're working hard over here, around the clock in some cases, to get you the best info and material to help spread the word, I hope you put it to use!
 
 
Your Friend in Freedom,
 
Gary Franchi
National Director
Restore the Republic!
 
PS. We are gearing up to launch a new, better, and faster version of http://RestoreTheRepublic.net, and it's guaranteed to put the old version to shame so buckle up!
 
PSS. And we're planning more webinars this week so stay tuned for the email on that.
 

PSSS. Oh, one last thing, we added 13 new writers to our news and info portal so look forward to more breaking news stories at http://RestoreTheRepublic.com

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www.CentralFloridaPolitics.com - "1st Amendment Rights 1 State of Florida 0"

1st Amendment Rights 1 State of Florida 0

Posted on 29 June 2009 by Heath.Whiteaker

Doug Guetzloe

Doug Guetzloe

The State of Florida has dropped it’s appeal of Federal Court Judge Stephen Mickle’s ruling that struck down the electioneering statutes in the State of Florida as a violation of an individual’s First Amendment right to unfettered free speech.

The case, Broward Coalition, et al vs. Browning was brought by the Institute for Justice against the state last October.

The State of Florida dropped their appeal last week when they declined to appeal Judge Mickle’s ruling to the Federal District Court of Appeal in Atlanta.  Judge Mickle’s ruling strikes the entire electioneering communications statute and now allows individuals and organizations to speak freely about political issues and candidates.

Specially mentioned in the Judge’s ruling was the statute that State Attorney Lawson L. Lamar used to prosecute anti-tax activist Doug Guetzloe in 2006.  Guetzloe is the only person criminally prosecuted for first amendment free speech under this statute.  Lamar spent nearly a year “investigating” Guetzloe, eventually obtaining all this personal and business bank records and illegally releasing those to the media even though they had nothing to do with the investigation.  Lamar then charged Guetzloe with 14 misdemeanor counts and asked the court to find Guetzloe guilty and sentence him to 14 years in prison for not placing a “paid political advertisement” disclaimer on a campaign flyer.

Judge Jeffrey Arnold, a Lamar ally, then sentenced Guetzloe to 60 days in “work release”; $8,500 fine and 3 years of probation.  During appeals, the 5th District Court of Appeal struck down the absurd sentence and fines and maintained one misdemeanor count for re-sentencing.  Since that time, Judge Mickle enjoined the state from enforcing the law and in a final ruling threw out the entire law.

“Judge Mickle is a hero to the people.  He got it right.  The State of Florida has no right to use election laws to silence the people in their free expression of political ideas and candidates.  This is great day for Florida and a great day for America,” stated Guetzloe, Chairman of the anti-tax, grassroots organization, Ax the Tax.  Guetzloe is also the Host of The Guetzloe Report, a news-talk radio show broadcast every weekday from 11-noon on WEUS AM 810.

What does this ruling mean? For that we asked Doug this evening

Guetzloe has spent in excess of $100,000 defending himself from the vicious political persecution of State Attorney Lamar.  The Guetzloe case has attracted the support of many national conservative organizations that include: Townhall.com; Sam Adams Alliance; Center for Competitive Politics; Citizens in Charge Foundation; NewsMax.com and others.

Guetzloe’s attorney, Fred O’Neal was also very pleased with the ruling and noted that the case law that Judge Mickle used in his ruling was the case law that was provided to State Attorney Lamar’s office when they began their bogus investigation of Guetzloe.

State Sen. Charlie Justice, D-St. Petersburg, issued a statement criticizing Secretary of State Kurt Browning’s refusal to appeal, saying it “will essentially allow shadow organizations to funnel millions of dollars to political campaigns without regulation or disclosure.”

Justice’s legislative aide, Bethany Linderman, said he was looking at all his options including new legislation.

The Institute for Justice, a libertarian legal organization based in Arlington, Va., challenged the law on behalf of four nonprofit groups and their leaders

Institute lawyer Bert Gall said Browning’s decision was an acknowledgment that U.S. District Judge Stephan Mickle ruled correctly. Mickle wrote that the Legislature has the power to regulate elections but not “purely political discussions about elections.”

“In America, the right to free speech means that the government cannot make it harder for some groups to speak because it doesn’t like what they have to say,” Gall said.

He said Mickle’s ruling is part of a growing body of case law questioning regulations such as Florida’s that have flourished since the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the federal McCain-Feingold law, the popular name for 2002 revisions to the nation’s campaign finance law.

Gall sued on behalf of the Broward Coalition of Condominiums, Homeowners Associations and Community Organizations; University of Florida College Libertarians; National Taxpayers Union and national Taxpayers Union Foundation.

Mickle granted a preliminary injunction in October that prevented the law from being enforced and then issued a final ruling in May.

 

Doug Guetzloe
Chairman
Ax the Tax
www.AxTheTax.org
P. O. Box 531101
Orlando, FL 32853
Phone: (407) 312-1781
Fax: (407) 895-8331
doug@axthetax.org


 
Doug Guetzloe
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Oppose Federalization of All Waters of the U.S.

"[This water bill is the] biggest bureaucratic power grab in a generation."
                                                             --Senator James Inhofe

UPDATED June 25, 2009: The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee approved the Clean Water Restoration Act (S. 787) by a vote of 12-7 on June 18, 2009. As described below, this bill would place virtually all the waters of the United States under federal control. U.S. Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) is a ranking member of the Environment and Public Works Committee and has recently issued a warning against the passage of S. 787. The legislation is the "biggest bureaucratic power grab in a generation," Inhofe said. (To view Sen. Inhofe's remarks, click here.)

The committee vote was a strictly partisan vote as Democrats voted FOR the bill while Republicans voted AGAINST it. The list of names may be found by clicking here.

Since Senator Mike Crapo (R-ID) moved to put a hold on S. 787, it cannot be voted on until at least 60 Senators vote to remove the hold. This adds an additional step to the process so the bill can't be rushed through. Hopefully this will force more Senators to read the bill and gain even more opposition to its passage.

Please read the comments below and then send an e-mail to your Senators requesting that they reject this bill.


Senator Russ Feingold (D-WI) introduced S. 787 on April 2, 2009. The bill, known as the Clean Water Restoration Act, would redefine the government’s control over water. The bill is currently in the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works and already carries 24 cosponsors.

Among other things, S. 787 would amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (enacted in 1972) by striking the term “navigable waters” from the bill and replacing it with “waters of the United States.”

What does that mean to you? Simply put, it would federalize basically every water deposit within the United States and place restrictions on landowners.

The John Birch Society opposes this bill because it would federalize virtually every water deposit in the nation and therefore threaten both private property rights and states' rights.

For the complete text of S. 787, click here.

For more information on S. 787, click here.

Click the link below to log in and send your message:
http://www.votervoice.net/link/target/jbs34781941.aspx

 
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"His Fraudulency, Mayor Mot"
 
 
When a sitting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court validates a corrupt and fraudulent election in a State overrun by government troops, it is clear that a republican form of government as guaranteed by the United States Constitution was at an end. Though Chase was purportedly in Florida to survey the condition of the courts, he was really there to ensure that the freedmen and others were properly instructed and scripted on how to vote after his candidacy was announced. In the Radical Republican vernacular, “patronage” meant bought votes.
 
Bernhard Thuersam, Director
Cape Fear Historical Institute
Wilmington, North Carolina
www.cfhi.net
 
 
“His Fraudulency, Mayor Mot”:
 
“The “new state of things” to which [a Tallahassee editor] referred was beginning to be realized in Florida as Chief Justice [Salmon P.] Chase was welcomed in Fernandina the latter part of May, 1865 by a “thunderous volume of song” from former slaves. The correspondent of a New York newspaper described the visit as the “most notable sensation of this isolated place for some time past” and reported that the Chief Justice “in the course of his judicial pilgrimage, took occasion to call upon all his political representatives sent out under patronage of the Treasury.” 
 
The correspondent further reported that a Mr. Mot, “an intelligent French gentleman, formerly a tutor in Mr. Chase’s family in Ohio, and who came here last Fall as the Clerk of the Tax Commission, at a municipal election, held without law and in disregard of the provisions of the act of incorporation, had been elected “Mayor of the City of Fernandina.” The Chief Justice was invited to formally install him in office, and with great pomp the ceremony was performed, and Fernandina has now a city government recognized by the highest judicial officer in the land, though its head is not a citizen of the State and his election has no shadow of legal authority. 
 
Chase wrote to President Johnson that before Mot was elected a vote was taken to decide whether the Negroes should participate in the election; inasmuch as the vote was favorable, the Negroes did participate in the municipal election. Chase, therefore, “had the honor of administering the oath of office of the first Mayor of Fernandina under the new regime,” he further reported. “So you see,” he concluded, “that colored suffrage is practically accepted in Florida---or rather that part of it included in Amelia Island.”
 
The Chief Justice made some amazing “discoveries” of intelligence among the ex-slaves neither previously nor since known to the human race, and on this visit to the South wrote optimistically of the future of the freedmen. These “discoveries” were of course presented for political consumption. Although the announced purpose of Chase’s trip was to survey conditions and restore the courts, it was not so interpreted by James Gordon Bennett, editor of the New York Herald, who said “his tour….was only part of a grand scheme for the promulgation of ideas which he and his associates imagined would place him in the presidential chair at the close of Mr. Johnson’s term.”
 
Harrison Reed, later Republican governor of Florida, had been privately informed, he reported to Washington, that Chief Justice Chase “had made sure of all the patronage necessary to control the State, including the Military Governor.”
 
(Flight Into Oblivion, A.J. Hanna, LSU Press, 1999 (originally published 1938), pp. 213-215)
 

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"A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government."
 
-- Thomas Jefferson, 1801
 
http://americanrevival.org/index.htm
 

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RED ALERT: The Total Takeover Of America Enters Its Final Phase
Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
http://www.infowars.com/red-alert-the-total-takeover-of-america-enters-its-final-phase/
 

House “Cap & Trade” Bill Final, Call Your Senator Now
Infowars
http://www.infowars.com/house-cap-trade-bill-finalcall-your-senator-now/
 

Buchanan: Climate Bill Is Transfer Of Wealth To World Government
Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
http://www.infowars.com/buchanan-climate-bill-is-transfer-of-wealth-to-world-government/
 
 

Washington "trampling state's rights" with nationalized health care
Rebellion Blog
http://www.dixienet.org/rebellion/2009/06/washington-trampling-states-rights-with.html
 

Obama open to new tax on health benefits
President campaigned against raising on middle-class families
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/31595921/ns/politics-white_house/
 

Sweet Victory: Texas Governor Vetos "Take Away Your Child Act"
http://www.newswithviews.com/NWV-News/news151.htm
 

U.N. to Emerge as Global IRS
http://www.newswithviews.com/Kincaid/cliff323.htm
by Cliff Kincaid
 

The Criminal Scam Called Global Warming
David Deming has all the facts.
http://lewrockwell.com/orig9/deming3.html
 

Voluntary Serfdom
Floy Lilley on CO2 insanity.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig9/floy9.1.1.html
 

Why I Own Guns
Because I don't want to be a slave, says Michael Gaddy.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/gaddy/gaddy63.1.html
 

Read it Before It's Banned by the US Government, Part 11
http://www.newswithviews.com/Horn/thomas110.htm
by Thomas Horn
 
 
Economy_A_Big_Mistake
 

Get Ready for the Soup Line
Peter Schiff on Obama's double whammy.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/schiff/schiff31.1.html
 

Ready To Sell Apples for 5¢ Each?
It will be the Thirties again, says David Calderwood.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/calderwood/calderwood27.1.html
 

Ron Paul Storms the Federal Reserve
And this is just the beginning, Bernanke. Article by Matt Collins.
http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul545.html
 

The Obama Deception
HQ Full length version
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAaQNACwaLw
 

True Sons and Daughters of Liberty
http://swrsdl.homestead.com/index.html

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Cap and Trade: Save Our Republic, Call The Senate

From  MayorCurley <mayorcurley@hotmail.com>

I spoke to John Boehner's office today.  The aide told me that the Senate is not as eager to pass the bill.  He said to call, call, call the senators.

The Senators best to target are those in the energy producing states such as Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, Virginia, Tennessee.

Their states will really be hurt by this bill.

You can reach them @ 202-224-3121.

Here's the list............. http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm


I spoke to John Boehner's office today.  The aide told me that the Senate is not as eager to pass the bill.  He said to call, call, call the senators.

The Senators best to target are those in the energy producing states such as Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, Virginia, Tennessee.

Their states will really be hurt by this bill.

You can reach them @ 202-224-3121.

Here's the list............. http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm





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The R3volution Takes New Ground...

Rand Paul, Dr. Paul's son, it nearing $100,000 in funds for his Senate campaign, all are encouraged to contribute today at: http://www.RandPaul2010.com
Forum discussion: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=283


Debra Medina, who has served as the C4L Texas coordinator has a growing campaign to be the next governor of Texas. This campaign will have national implications, please visit http://www.MedinaForTexas.com to learn more and donate.


Ron Paul calls for help on capitol hill, Iraq veteran Adam Kokesh answers.
Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Af6PzkN553E
Learn more and contribute to the campaign here: http://www.KokeshForCongress.com
Forum discussion: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=111


Our very own Michael Maresco, aka the Ron Paul Rider, is making his second coast-to-coast bicycle ride to promote liberty. Learn more about his historic "Ride for Honesty" at http://www.LibertyRider.com or by watching this video by forum member AdamT: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adGcjCsUPrI


Remember Nueces! If you do not know about the injustice that happened at the Nueces County TX GOP convention last year then listening to this video can turn your stomach: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-fARjv3tFk
Their battle continues, for updates visit: http://TexansForLiberty.com


Many "tea parties" will take place across the county over the upcoming Independence Day weekend, find one in your area at: http://TeaPartyGrassroots.com


Dr. Paul's HR1207 "Audit the Fed bill" now enjoys 245 co-sponsors. Call-a-thons for the companion senate bill S.604 are underway. Take part to make the fed audit happen, details are here:
http://www.campaignforliberty.com/campaigns/hr1207home.php


The bi-annual Ron Paul birthday bash is set for Saturday, August 15th in his home district. More information can be found here:
http://www.ronpaulforcongress.com/html/bbq09.html

Onward!

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