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OPEN LETTER TO CONGRESS
2-22-12 (click below)


BILL OF RIGHTS VOID POSTER
3-9-12 (click below)

RESPONSE TO U.S. SENATOR
RICHARD BURR
REGARDING NDAA VOTE
(below)

RESPONSE TO U.S. SENATOR SHELDON WHITEHOUSE REGARDING NDAA VOTE
(click here)

NDAA Resolutions
CURRENTLY AVAILABLE NDAA RESOLUTIONS FOR STATE LEGISLATORS & COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

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NDAA SHERIFF RESOLUTIONS

DETAILED SHERIFF NDAA RESOLUTION
ABBREVIATED SHERIFF NDAA RESOLUTION

NDAA RESOLUTION TEMPLATE FOR CITY COUNCILS
http://theintolerableacts.org/ndaa/local/NDAA-CITYSRES.doc

RAND PAUL AMENDMENT TO 2013 NDAA DOES NOTHING

JUDGE FORREST PLACES PERMANENT INJUNCTION
AGAINST NDAA IN HEDGES v. OBAMA
(09-12-12)

CARROL COUNTY, MARYLAND
COMMISSIONER RICHARD ROTHSCHILD
GIVES SPEECH OF A LIFETIME
(01-17-2013)


(Commissioner Rothchild's speech starts at 35.00 minutes)  

OATH KEEPERS' STEWART RHODES
AT NDAA BRIEFING FOR N.C. LEGISLATURE

GOP REJECTS NDAA RESOLUTION & CONSTITUTION
AS SUPREME LAW OF THE LAND AT RNC CONVENTION
(AUG. 24, 2012 *starts about 8 minutes into video)

 

CANDIDATE FORUM
HEARTLAND PATRIOTS / PATRIOT COALITION
HARPER COUNTY, KANSAS JUNE 21, 2012
TWO COUNTY ATTORNEY CANDIDATES
FIVE SHERIFF CANDIDATES
Q&A SESSION

Rhode Island Senator Whitewashes His Vote
for Indefinite Detention in 2012 NDAA
8-3-2012

SCOTUS Commits "Treason to the Constitution" 7-22-12

N.C. Democrat Party Adopts Resolution Against NDAA
Indefinite Detention (See Resolution 8)
6-16-12

NDAA RESOLUTION FOR N.C. DEM CONVENTION 6-14-12

PRESS RELEASE: PA Constable Adopts NDAA Resolution.

U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE ISSUES PRELIMINARY ORDER
PROHIBITING ENFORCEMENT OF NDAA SECTION 1021

Watch live streaming video from theintolerableacts at livestream.com
 

CLICK HERE FOR NDAA POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

Patriot Coalition & Oath Keepers
Join Forces to Educate U.S. Citizenry About "Intolerable Acts"

ALERT: NDAA WEBINAR: THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2012

"NDAA WEEDS & UNDER THE ROCKS!"

SEND RESOLUTION REQUESTS, QUESTIONS, & ENDORSEMENTS TO: SOLUTIONS@TheIntolerableActs.org

wrcg on livestream.com. Broadcast Live Free

Patriot Coalition LIVE! http://livestream.com/WRCG

http://defendmichael.com

Hamdi goes free. Army Ranger 1st Lt. Michael Behenna rots in Leavenworth. In December, 2009, while many of you were starting your Christmas shopping and going to office parties, I was in our nation's capitol with Lt. Behenna's mother Vicki, herself a U.S. attorney, and The Band of Mothers founder Beverly Perlson meeting with Members of Congress to educate them about the 'intolerable act' done to an American hero, who sits in prison for doing his job on the battlefield. It's been 2.5 years since that trip. Nothing has changed. On April 23, 2012, there will be a appeals hearing in Washington, D.C. Please visit http://defendmichael.com and learn what you can do to help this family.

ALERT: Congress gives President power to suppress free speech!

 

NOTE from Patriot Coalition National Director Jeff Lewis & Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes:

The Patriot Coalition/Oath Keepers model NDAA resolutions were prepared by Mr. Stewart Rhodes, Founder of Oath Keepers (oathkeepers.org) a Yale Law Graduate who specializes in the application of military law to civilians, and Mr. Richard D. Fry, a constitutional law attorney and General Counsel for Patriot Coalition (patriotcoalition.com).

We are asking you and your organization to endorse the P.C.O.K. resolutions. This entails agreeing to promote the P.C.O.K. resolution to your public servants and other groups, and placing "The Intolerable Acts" logo  with a web site link on your group’s page and we will put your group's website and a hot link to it on the P.C.O.K. web page for your state. You will also be listed on the www.theintolerableacts.org site as an endorser. Please contact the following to endorse this comprehensive response to the NDAA:  Solutions@TheIntolerableActs.org

CLICK HERE FOR NDAA POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

MAKE MINE FREEDOM

NDAA Joins "The Intolerable Acts"

The Intolerable Acts refers to two time periods in American history. The first such acts were implemented by the British Parliament and the King of England against the American Colonies just prior to the American Revolution, and were also known as the "Coercive Acts." The second such period of tyrannical oppression on the God-given Rights of the People began shortly after the attacks of 9/11/2001, and included several Acts of Congress that were signed into law by Presidents G.W. Bush and Barack Obama.

Our legal team has spent hundreds of hours developing the most detailed and indepth NDAA resolutions for state legislators you will find anywhere. There are also resolutions for county sheriffs, and others in the works for other state and local governments, veteran service organizations, grassroots organizations, and more. In the coming weeks and months, "The Intolerable Acts" legal team will also produce and distribute model resolutions and legislation related to the entire spectrum of "intolerable and coercive acts" passed since 9/11/2001.

Senator Lindsey Graham is not alone in his belief that Miranda and due process should be waived because in his words, America IS the battlefield! He should read the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the rest of the U.S. Constitution. Watch the videos below to hear Senator Graham in his own words. Rather than destroy the Constitution, how about we end the VISA Waiver Program that allows foreigners to just waltz in, virtually unannounced? The VISA Waiver Program should be suspended at the very least until "the end of hostilities" since, according to Senator Graham (and others) we "are at war." Hmm... where's that declaration of war? Oh... don't have one. Still leaning on an Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) that Congress approved to go after those responsible for the attacks of 9/11/2001? Is this Groundhog Day, in which every day is 9/12/2001?

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THE INTOLERABLE ACTS OF 1774 AND 2012
-John Wallace, Oath Keeper, for Liberty News Online, 2-23-12

On November 29, 1773, a group of angry American colonists threw several tons of British tea overboard into the Boston, Massachusetts harbor, which became known as the Boston Tea Party. The colonists took this action because the British Parliament had eliminated the taxes on tea distributed by the British owned East India Company in order to save the company from bankruptcy (think bailouts of Chrysler, GM, Wall Street firms, banks and numerous Solar companies today), which made British East India Co tea a lot less expensive than Colonial tea because the colonists were still required to pay the tax on their tea. (Read more)

Rep. Key Files Resolution Calling for Repeal
of National Defense Authorization Act

Direct Link to This Story  
Contact: Rep. Charles Key
Capitol: (405) 557-7354

OKLAHOMA CITY (February 3, 2012) – A resolution filed by state Rep. Charles Key would petition Congress and President Barack Obama to repeal sections of the National Defense Authorization Act that are in conflict with the U.S. Constitution.

“President Barack Obama has said he would not hold citizens indefinitely, it is deplorable that he would sign into law legislation that contains clauses that would authorize him to do just that,” said Key (R-Oklahoma City). “Oklahomans have taken notice of this repugnant new law and as state lawmakers it is our duty to apply pressure to Congress and the president to undo this debacle.”

House Concurrent Resolution 1025 calls on Congress and President Barack Obama to repeal Sections 1021 and 1022 of the NDAA law.

Key said Sections 1021 and 1022 directly conflict with our constitutional right to a trial by jury and due process.

“It is so clear that this law is unconstitutional and it would be laughable if it were not so serious an issue that President Obama would talk about how his lawyers are ensuring that it would not be misused,” said Key. “Americans all over this country are shaking their heads in disbelief.”

N.C. Rep. Glen Bradley, founding member of Oath Keepers, to introduce NDAA Resolution in N.C. General Assembly
 
(THE BELOW VIDEO IS IN LOOP MODE. AUTOMATICALLY RESTARTS)

Download the full article with Rep. Bradley here.
or Read it at the Beaufort Observer online edition here.


Legislators who choose to endorse or adopt this (Patriot Coalition / Oath Keepers) “P.C./O.K. NDAA RESOLUTION” are requested to notify Stewart and Richard of your intent, and to identify it as such in any accompanying public statements or press releases.

We have also prepared a tutorial video which explains, clause by clause, the contents of this resolution, which can be viewed at the Patriot Coalition’s Livestream Channel here: http://livestream.com/WRCG. (See: NDAA State Resolution) If you have any questions, Stewart Rhodes can be reached at 702-353-0627 or by email at stewart.rhodes@oathkeepers.org, and Richard D. Fry can be reached at 816-853-8718 or by email at richard@patriotcoalition.com. Stewart and/or Richard would be happy to join you by telephone or by Skype. I can be reached at: 252-876-9489, or at: Jeff@patriotcoalition.com.

INTERVIEW WITH N.C. HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER, REP. PAUL STAM
AMERICA IS THE BATTLEFIELD

NO MIRANDA NO LAWYER

Will the next President Protect our God-given Unalienable Rights?

We the People have Rights that come from our Creator. When our Constitution was being ratified, several States attached both recommended amendments to their ratification documents, over 200 in fact, around 100 of which were unique. North Carolina and Rhode Island refused to even ratify the Constitution without a set of amendments that recognized certain God-given Rights that were unalienable. The U.S. House and Senate reconciled the list down to 12 amendments, ten of which became the Bill of Rights.

What is equally as important to note, is that many of the sovereign states also sent Declarations of Rights. The People of North Carolina, for example, sent a declaration containing twenty Rights, none of which were granted, nor could they be taken away by the "child" borne of the several States, the federal government they created... a more perfect Union, if you will. Mitt Romney said he would have signed the 2012 NDAA into law with the "indefinite detention" provisions intact. Rick Santorum also approves of the "indefinite detention" of Americans. Newt Gingrich was for the global warming hoax and Fannie & Freddie before he was against it, and still believes we should give amnesty to illegal alien invaders who have been here 25 years, despite the fact they already had that opportunity 25 years ago. Since 9/11/2001, nearly 100,000 Americans have died at the hands of illegal alien invaders as our government refused to secure our borders and continues to refuse to enforce the immigration laws already on the books. (See: http://firecoalition.com/docs/RCG-11-1-11.pdf and visit: http://operationbodycount.com)

Senator Graham is from one of those original States that created our great Republic, but has forgotten from whence he came, and what his oath entailed. It would seem he believes we should be a nation ruled by the "whims' of men, and the supreme Law of the Land, the U.S. Constitution. What a sad day in America.

(Fortunately) There is one, (and regrettably, only one) candidate for President that expresses even the slightest concern about the erosion of our God-given Rights: Congressman Ron Paul. We're not suggesting whom you should vote for. We are suggesting you ask hard questions of ALL the candidates, one of which may be called upon to take the following Oath of Office of the President of the United States next January, found in U.S. Constitution, Article II, Section 1, Clause 8:

Oath of Office of President
U.S. Constitution, Article II, Section 1, Clause 8:

"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will, to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States."


Rep. Ron Paul Introduces H.R. 3785, Jan. 18, 2012


SENATOR CARL LEVIN: OBAMA ADMINISTRATION'S INVOLVEMENT IN UNCONSTITUTIONAL NDAA


SENATORS RAND PAUL & JOHN MCCAIN ON INDEFINITE DETENTION PROVISIONS OF NDAA


MITT ROMNEY & RON PAUL ON NDAA  


SENATOR RAND PAUL ON FREEDOM WATCH  

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