Category Archives: The U.S. Constitution

The Constitution, Money And The Republic

Robert P. Hillmann is a graduate of Loyola University of Chicago, with a bachelor’s degree in history.  He did extensive research concerning the “New world Order”, and what is happening to the world economy. For anyone wanting to know, and … Continue reading

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The Constitution: Don’t Just Read It…Understand it.

Your Rights Because many who swore to uphold the Constitution do not understand it, an increasing number of adults and children are faced with unconstitutional searches and imprisonment. Understanding the Constitution can make a big difference when you are faced … Continue reading

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Do You Know Where Our Politicians Are?

Recently I came across the following Information.  I had no idea what our our political leaders were up to. The following was announced briefly on Fox News, so I looked up to learn more: the U.S. State Department on Friday … Continue reading

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Founding Father Quotes (and others) On Central Banks

Below are listed some quotes from the Founding Fathers (and others) concerning Central Banks (Federal Reserve / World Bank) Note: this page is still under construction, so check back with us for more information. “Without big banks, socialism would be … Continue reading

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The History Of Money And The Economy

Most people have heard that Nero fiddled while Rome burned.  But few realize the creative way he handled the Roman coin to his own benefit, and that still effects us today.  You see, after Rome burned, Nero wanted to rebuild … Continue reading

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Newt Gingrich And Mitt Romney

In the above video,  Romney describes himself as a “Moderate with Progressive ideas.” In the above video, Newt Gingrich says his favorite president was the Progressive, Liberal Democrat  FDR.  He also talks about a transition bigger than, if not bigger … Continue reading

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Freedom Of Religion And The First Amendment

Increasingly many feel there is an assault on Christianity.  Could it be true, and why do Christians feel that way? 1. 2. U.S. tax dollars building mosques overseas, but not the same to churches or temples here in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Is The Constitution A “Living Document”?

I asked this question in a poll, and this was one of the replies: ” Only if my Mortgage is a Living Document that changes with my economic circumstances.” 😀 His reply was so apropo, because the Constitution is a … Continue reading

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What Is Austrian Economics

The U.S. Political leaders have for some time now been taught, and have practiced Keynesian Economics. So they believe that bailouts from the Federal Reserve will solve our current economic crises.  Many disagree.  So who is right?  Well the answer … Continue reading

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The Constitution: U.S. Debt

The second power given to the Congress by the Constitution is: To borrow money on the credit of the United States; Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story is a pretty reliable source for what the Founding Fathers intended. He was appointed … Continue reading

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