"A well-regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, trained to arms, is the proper, natural, and safe defense of a free state; that standing armies, in time of peace, should be avoided as dangerous to liberty; and that in all cases the military should be under strict subordination to, and governed by, the civil power." -- George Mason, father of the Bill of Rights
We are grateful for those who gave their lives believing in the defense of our Free State.
“Ghost guns” are a fictional designation, much like “assault rifles.” What does this have to do with Washington State? Did you know your governor, your county commissioners, and even your local sheriff must nullify this unConstitutional gun grab? You can too! Read Article 6, Section 2 and listen to this podcast from KrisAnne Hall to learn how. Then help us create a state where the Constitution truly is the law of the land!
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We should ask a difficult but important question: are the Tribes truly sovereign nations (as per our federal treaties), or are they US colonies? Somehow we continue to treat them as colonies, subsidizing their governments and inviting them to dictate to our state and federal governments. Whether we agree with the origins of the treaties or not, we seem to be breaking all Constitutional boundaries as sovereigns both, and treating them as subordinates. Which is it? And what does that mean for liberty -- not just ours, but theirs as well? Liberty State believes in the boundaries to governments created by the Constitution. Help us build a state that (still) believes in that.
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UnConstitutional. Every bit of it. Help us create a new Constitutional state before the climate religious zealots kill off our state economy.
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For this week's #LibertyEducationFridays, let's do a simple, but enlightening treasure hunt: go to both our state and federal Constitutions and find where either government is given authority to create government parks, precluded from sale to the citizens of that particular government (the effect of naming it as a government park). And beyond that, where does the government have the authority to run a raffle of sorts, paying you taxpayer dollars for giving your opinion? This isn't the way it's all supposed to work. And just getting a new governor or legislature won't fix this.
Help us create a new state with a coherent, Liberty-defending Constitution.
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