Yesterday we shared evidence that NSA spying really is being used for domestic purposes. We asked you to contemplate whether the time had come to declare the federal “government” a criminal entity and to withdraw allegiance from it. We asked you to consider discussing this question with your friends.
We told you we would launch a new campaign about this today. (https://secure.downsizedc.org/etp/allegiance/) We just wrote Congress using this new campaign. The hardwired message for this campaign reads: Continue reading
Take a Folger’s Moment to help free Bernie-von
by Perry Willis
Bernard von NotHaus (68) faces many years in prison. What was his crime? Von NotHaus dared to compete with the Federal Reserve monopoly to provide people with an alternative form of money based on gold and silver. His customers were happy with his service.
But the federal gangsters were not happy. (If you think I’m wrong to call them gangsters please see my counter-argument below). The feds hate it when their legalized counterfeiting has to compete with money having real value. So… Continue reading
Obamacare criminal ruling means ‘open rebellion’
by Willis and Babka, Downsize DC (DDC)
This direction was a long time coming from Downsize DC, and your humble Coffee Coaster proprietor certainly applauds it. Writing my several DDC email letters to Congress over the past two years, I invariably state something to the effect:
“WHAT YOU, MR./MS. LEGISLATOR HAVE DONE IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND I HEREBY DIRECT YOU TO TURN YOURSELF IN TO THE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS FOR TREASON.”
Actually, not a single issue that DDC has raised is even close to being unclear as to Constitutional legitimacy. Which means Continue reading
District court issues injunction against NDAA detention
by Jim Babka
Can you handle another victory? We’ve had a bunch this year. Now here’s one more:
We just won a big verdict in the Chris Hedges case against the legalized kidnapping provisions of the 2011 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
Remember, Hedges meets with and writes stories about terrorists. Continue reading