The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic: Mark R. Levin

July 11, 2013

91ksWGbiNIL._SL1500_One of the biggest problems with both the GOP, as well as the so called Conservative movement, is that they are not proactive. At some point, we need to get away from simply playing defense. That flawed non-strategy all but assumes the nation is going Left, it’s simply a matter of time.

The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic can function as a road map, not simply to stand athwart history yelling stop. But to get off our butts and make history by making America better. Certainly there is enough ground to recover.

It’s time to make a start. Anything else is just a form of surrender,

The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic

via The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic: Mark R. Levin.

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  1. Ragspierre says:

    This is a day of “…liberating strife…”.

    Over the past few years, we have been galloping backwards in areas where we had made at least some progress…in some of those, remarkable progress, such as equality under the law for racial groups, and lowering of racial barriers in society in general.

    But Collectivists have always known that dividing people in to groups that they can portray as bitter, blood enemies is where they would get their best results.

    So race, earnings, gender…whatever sticks with people…are all being exploited to drive wedges between us, and set us at each other’s throats.

    And why? Because so much power is now concentrated in the central government. Nobody can afford to sit out the contest for control of it, so people who would normally be more than happy to leave others alone are compelled to fight over the levers of power.

    It can’t continue, and not just because it shouldn’t continue. It will break down, and if we don’t break it down in a careful, rational way that hurt the least, it will break down catastrophically, and hurt and kill many of us.

  2. Ragspierre says:

    “Gold got a boost after Bernanke gave the impression that tapering is currently a distant dream,” Carlos Perez-Santalla, a New York-based broker at Marex North America LLC, said in a telephone interview. “Today’s data further cements the fact that the economy has not completely recovered.”



  3. Ragspierre says:

    The unambiguous start date for Obamacare’s employer mandate, according to Section 1513, is the “months beginning after Dec. 31, 2013.” With the delay, however, President Obama has declared that he is not bound by mere law. All he is missing are mirrored sunglasses and a big military hat.

    From Obama’s MUCH smarter cousin.

  4. Ragspierre says:

    THE PARTY OF OLD PEOPLE WITH OUTDATED IDEAS: NPR: Despite Youth Support, Democrats Having A Senior Moment.

    Yes, indeed. And young people are soon to learn they are the dupes in ObamaDoggle.

  5. Ragspierre says:

    And that job-killing, health-care crushing machine jes’ keep rollin’ along…

  6. Ragspierre says:

    See…??? Liberty is pushing back.

    The war of ideas, being won one state at a time.

  7. Ragspierre says:

    Just think how different things would be if we had Pres. Romney getting out of our way.

  8. Steve says:

    Ann Coulter on the Sean Hannity Show – George Zimmerman Trial…

  9. Ragspierre says:

    Yes. Winning the war of ideas, of course.

    Because Conservatives, contra Collectivists, are sane.

    And there is no more basic liberty than life.

  10. Fader says:

    I hear you laughing at me Tex/BoOoobs/ Observer/suck-puppet! I will NOT be mocked!

  11. Fader says:

    As an OFFICER of the court I will NOT tolerate these insults, Tex! I hear you mocking me through the tubes of the Internet!


    • Ragspierre says:

      Wow. That psychotic identity confusion lasted for less time than normal.

      Med time…???


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  14. Ragspierre says:

    I always feel pretty good, moron.

    Contra you, who are always a miserable, stupid, sick human being.

    Well… Being charitable.

  15. Fader says:

    Hey, Grandpa’s is making angry, irrelevant posts again! You should get a hobby or a job or something.

  16. Fader says:

    Wow. You have a lot of time on your hands, eh Grandpa?

  17. Fader says:

    Wow. 2 AMAZING commentaries grandpa! It great to see someone like you being useful!

  18. Levin certainly may be onto something- I’m kind of stoked about it

    And note he encourages war on ALL fronts- in the party and without. Yet this revival of states’ rights is indeed an entirely new front- and, as you not, PROACTIVE for once!

  19. MichaelR says:

    I agree that regarding amending the US Constitution is the constitutionally provided, legal way to effect restoration.

    However, is it a pipe dream wasting resources and time required to fight effectively against the comfortably entrenched corrupt power in Washington DC now? Is there any historical evidence that such pervasive systemic corrupt leaders as we have now can be defeated peacefully? As far as I know, such people as Obama and his ilk are very happy with violence to maintain and extend their power. The parallels in the US to the 1930s Germany under the Nazi party and Hitler are almost undeniable.

    I would love to believe we can restore America with purely peaceful political activism. However, I see writing on the wall that says our enemies in power in Washington can and will just as easily ignore all the new laws and amendments we seek to create.

    Ultimately, political power is backed up by guns. Obama and his vast corrupt majority in Washington DC now control the vast majority of guns, bullets and weapons of mass destruction.

    As I see it, we have a very short time to keep or win the hearts of the government workers who take orders to pull triggers. The US military, DHS, FBI, CIA, police, etc. They are caught between a rock and a hard place. The rules, the law, their sworn allegiance is to government commanders. Unless they refuse orders to suppress, control or otherwise fight US citizens, a free America and free Americans is a rapidly fading illusion.

    I want extremely much put every ounce of energy and effort I can into actions that will defeat the powerful, corrupt, comfortably entrenched enemies of freedom in Washington DC. They are the majority and growing stronger. I want to win against a deadly enemy who knows I am coming.

    The enemy now includes the dominant media players, the political system and the legal system. We need something, we need a way that will throw out the corrupt leaders and keep the government guns from obeying the same corrupt leaders when turn to force to stay in power.

    What is that plan or plans?

  20. Ragspierre says:

    From 2 hours ago.

    BooOOoobs/Tex/Observer/suck-puppet, you truly are too stupid to live.

  21. Ragspierre says:

    No, BooOOoobs/Tex/Observer/suck-puppet, you are a lying, cowardly SOS who is demented.

  22. Fader says:


    Are you arguing with yourself online? Thats very disturbing. Seek help.

  23. Ragspierre says:

    Hi. Be here tomorrow.

    Catch up.

  24. Ragspierre says:

    Of the 33 states granted a waiver last year, 27 now have different achievement goals for different groups of students. And the Obama administration fully supports this measure, “as long as the low-performing students are required to make greater rates of progress, so that the gap between struggling students and high-achieving students is cut in half over six years.”

    The issue of race is clearly still entangling a society that likes to think of itself as post-racial. Ironically, not only are the liberal democrats of the Obama administration not raising red flags when states ask to do this; they are actively supporting racial profiling in schools.

    In practical terms, this is setting up a system in which some teachers will think they’ve succeeded as long as the black kids in a class reach a certain low level of proficiency. Meanwhile, they’ll keep pushing the others to do better. This hardly seems like a behavior we want to incentivize.

    See, Collectivists are the racists.

    Conservatives believe people…all of us…can learn, can be responsible for our actions, and can contribute to a society on an equal basis.

  25. Ragspierre says:

    Mr. McGahn is a Republican appointee to the Federal Election Commission, an agency with every bit as much potential for partisan meddling as the IRS. Due to leave the agency soon, Mr. McGahn’s parting gift is a campaign to rein in an out-of-control FEC bureaucracy. But the left is fighting that oversight and is determined to keep power in the hands of unaccountable staff.

    The entire administrative government has been perverted to be just an organ of the Collective.

  26. Ragspierre says:

    Well, I feel safer already.

    Nobody in that position is better than than moron.

  27. Fader says:

    To whom are you directing your rambling commentary? You exhibit signs of senility.

  28. Ragspierre says:

    Great tweet…

    “If I had a race-baiting President, he’d look like Barack.”


  29. Ragspierre says:

    What “rambling”…???

    Try to post something…ANYTHING…cogent.

  30. Fader says:

    Belligerent too. You’re a sad old man.

  31. Ragspierre says:

    …and you are a moronic troll.

    As always.

  32. Ragspierre says:

    Nope. Can’t have anyone in the Collectivist Plantation doing any of that “thinking” stuff.

    Got to silence that uppity negro.

  33. Fader says:

    Thanks for checking in Grandpa. Feel better now?

  34. Ragspierre says:

    I always feel pretty good, moron.

    Contra you, who are always a miserable, stupid, sick human being.

    Well… Being charitable. ‘Cause I am one of nature’s noblemen.

  35. Ragspierre says:

    George Zimmerman…who should NEVER have been tried…acquitted of all counts.

    Excellent outcome. Now, we need to go after the abusive prosecutors who are responsible for this insult to our judicial system.

  36. Fader says:

    Thanks for the insight, grandpa. Must be fun being you!

  37. Ragspierre says:

    Yes. Dealing with reality, while rigorous, is very, very satisfying. Being rational, and RIGHT is actually quite fun.

    Really, you MUST try it. It will sting at first, and you will need your meds adjusted before you try, but DO try…!!!

  38. Ragspierre says:

    The legacy of this case will be that the media never gets it right, and worse, that a group of lawyers, with the aid of a public relations team, who had a financial stake in the outcome of pending and anticipated civil litigation, were allowed to commandeer control of Florida’s criminal justice system, in pursuit of a divisive, personal agenda.

    Their transformation of a tragic but spontaneous shooting into the crime of the century, and their relentless demonization of the person they deemed responsible, not for a tragic killing, but for “cold-blooded murder,” has called into question the political motives and ethics of the officials serving in the Executive branch of Florida’s government, ruined the career of other public officials, turned the lives of the Zimmerman family, who are as innocent as their grieving clients, into a nightmare, and along the way, set back any chance of a rational discussion of the very cause they were promoting, probably for years. . . .

    Yeeeeup. Race pimping has become a major growth industry in the Collective under Pres. Snoop-Dog.

  39. Idaho says:

    Really! BTW congratulations on the new NC voting law. Fraud? Where? It is in the NC government’s action in suppressing votes. Does that sound like advancing liberty?