Monthly Archives: October 2011

Thomas Jefferson: Wisdom for a Troubled Nation

Thomas Jefferson, renaissance thinker, deist, architect, third president of the United States, and major contributor to the ideals of the American Republic, is often regarded as one of the great pillars which brought strength to our young nation. Still, some … Continue reading

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Picture of the Day: Stormtrooper Protest

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Missouri’s China Hub grinds to a halt

As reported by Missouri First: “Senate President Pro Tem Rob Mayer has announced that the Senate will adjourn sine die (for good) without final passage of the China Hub bill. Considering the fact that just two months ago everyone thought … Continue reading

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Missouri – first voted “NO!” on Obamacare (Prop C), now capitulates!

According to Kansas City.com, October 21: “Federal officials say Missouri is the first state in the nation to get approval for a special health-care coordination program under President Barack Obama’s health care law.” In response, Ron Calzone (Missouri First) stated … Continue reading

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New Ron Ad: ‘End Foreign Wars’

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Ed Martin: “We need to have a different approach.”

Ed Martin: “We need to have a different approach.” The above PDF is a speech delivered by Mr. Martin on August 20, at Kansas City’s Nullify Now! Event. It’s made available, with Mr. Martin’s permission. You may access it here, … Continue reading

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What’s the Occupy Wallstreet Movement mean for Liberty?

Towards the end of Episode 16: Rob Natelson of TRX radio, guest co-host Jason Rink discussed with Bryce Shonka his recent experience at Downtown Seattle’s Occupy Wallstreet Demonstration. Bryce Shonka stated that his mind had really changed from one thing … Continue reading

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William Boetcker’s emphasis on Individual Responsibility

William John Henry Boetcker (1873–1962), born in Hamburg, Germany, moved to the United States as a young adult. Ordained in Brooklyn, New York, Mr. Boetcker soon became a prominent Presbyterian minister and respected public speaker. Rev. Boetcker, who believed in … Continue reading

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Unlimited Submission to Washington D.C.?

In Tenth Amendment Radio Episode 15 (click prior link to be taken to where you can listen to the show), Michael Boldin (host of TRX radio) made an interesting point concerning Federal Power. He explained that, “This is the Fed’s … Continue reading

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Missouri and the Perpetuation of Human Rights’ Abuse

Being aware that we may have readers in China, we thought it beneficial to clarify our stance on recent discussion pertaining to the creation of a “China Hub” in Missouri. As there is much to admire in the character of … Continue reading

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