Rebellion

GrokTALK! Who Will Lead The Rebellion!?

by Steve MacDonald December 18, 2014

With as much as two-thirds of Republicans wondering why they bother, and no one in the media standing up to help, who will take the bit and lead them into battle against the crumbling principles of the GOP? We’ve also got an idea to make being a legislator more accessible to more people in New […]

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Democrats and the Constitution?

by Skip June 14, 2014

Just like the back row Baptists I’ve known over the years.  Sure, they can rattle off Scripture with the best of them (mostly….ok, some) but come the non-Sunday “life”, one would be hardpressed to tell the difference between them and a run-of-the-mill non-attender.  They may have to mouth the “Letter” but not the “Spirit” or […]

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Ohio National Guard Practices for Second Am. Supporter Rebellion…

by Steve MacDonald February 11, 2014
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I was prepared for something strange when this crossed by digital desk, but what I found was just bizarre. The ONG 52nd Civil Support Team training scenario involved a plot from local school district employees to use biological weapons in order to advance their beliefs about “protecting Gun Rights and Second Amendment rights.” Portsmouth Chief of […]

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Notable Quote – John Blackthorne

by Susan Olsen July 6, 2013

“There are no ‘mitigating circumstances’ when it comes to rebellion against a liege lord.” Yoshi Toranaga “Unless you win.” John Blackthorne H/T James Clavell

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Disarming America, Moving Toward Tyranny?

by Rick Olson January 7, 2013

“People love conspiracy theories.” —Neil Armstrong Not so much. Yes…The internet is awash with all sorts of conspiracy theories that spin tales of how the government is going to disarm the populace and tyranny shall rule the day. A considerable amount of what is out there amount to no more than “Tin-foiled hat-wearing” doomsayers who probably […]

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