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Youtube Censorship via "Technical Glitch" (VIDEO)

US Constitution  |  |  Click HERE or on the above window to watch this important report. Theses billionaires should have kept giving me my penny ad revenue, and all of this would not have come to my mind to publish, which, with God’s will, and with the help of others like you, will take them down with their ...Read More »

Youtube Censorship by Brother Bart

US Constitution  |  | The founders of our nation, in debating which laws would form the government of the United States of America, often said this when they believed different things than their countrymen, “I totally disagree with what you say, yet I will fight to my death to defend your right to say it.” What has happened to ...Read More »

Do Millennials Know What's in the First Amendment? (VIDEO)

US Constitution  |  | Many Columbia University students can’t name the Five Freedoms. By Campus Reform  Campus Reform Media Director Cabot Phillips went to Columbia University to see what young people knew about the First Amendment and what they thought the line was between hate speech and free speech.Read More »

Did Astronauts Go 1000 Times Farther 50 Years Ago Than They Can Today? (VIDEOS)

US Constitution  |  | Ever wonder why they claimed to have walked on the moon, on the very first attempt (even though, right here on earth, Mt. Everest and the South Pole took numerous tries before success), allegedly accomplishing this amazing feat with antiquated 1960’s technology (while today a cell phone has one million times more computing power than ...Read More »

The Death Of Independence

US Constitution  |  | July 4th has been the national birth date since the inception of the country. Americans want to celebrate past glories because there are few reasons to believe that the current government or society is worthy of rejoicing. Deifying the Founding Fathers and their wisdom usually is rooted upon the construction of a constitution based on ...Read More »

Can Trump Legally Pardon Himself?

US Constitution  |  | No constitutional provision prohibits presidential self-pardons. Article II, Section 3 states the president “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed” – the Constitution’s so-called Take Care Clause. No one is above the law, including US presidents. They can be indicted for criminal offenses. The issue of presidential self-pardoning authority is unchartered territory. Legal ...Read More »

Continuity Of Government Commission

US Constitution  |  | It is amazing that so many citizens are eager to espouse the virtues of democracy. Multitudes of Americans love their government, no matter what it does or where it goes – the State is their mistress. Trusting in the institutions of the federal government is an article of faith, democracy protects the public, voting selects ...Read More »

Did They Go to the Moon? Street Interviews (VIDEO)

US Constitution  |  | Click on the Youtube Window Below to Watch. (References In Video’s Description Underneath It) –Brother Bart- Donate Thank you for your kind and generous support! Shop on Amazon with This Button Conspiracy Corner is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide modest commissions to Conspiracy Corner by ...Read More »

Reality Check: The True Meaning of the Second Amendment (VIDEO)

US Constitution  |  | By Ben Swann, Truth in Media |  It may be the most controversial, the most contentious right we have as Americans: the right to keep and bear arms. The root of that contention is in the often misunderstood intention of the founders and framers. So what is the Second Amendment really about? This is a ...Read More »

Forefathers Face-off with Modern Politicians - The 2nd Amendment is a God-Given RIGHT, Americans, Not a Privilege! (VIDEO)

US Constitution  |  | “The Constitution shall never be construed to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms.” – Samuel Adams, Massachusetts Ratifying Convention, 1788 With all of that is going on with these anti gunner politicians (surrounded by armed security detail) working hard for their special interest groups, rather then ...Read More »

City Of London's Ownership Of American Colonies

US Constitution  |  | The misplaced reverence to the ill formulated U.S Constitution and hidden subjugation back to the City of London is one aspect of history that is not taught in government schools or discussed in institutes of higher education. This subject is probably new to most observers of the legacy from the Founding Father’s biggest mistake. Regular ...Read More »

The Constitution: on Being a Citizen and Person

US Constitution  |  | Governments have a rule they like to enforce. Defining the standards for citizenship is fundamental to the organization of society. The State has emerged as the final arbitrator for disputes, especially conflicts between the ‘person’, and the government. But is any person a citizen? The wording within the U.S. Constitution on this topic is clear ...Read More »

We All Have Inherent Rights – Regardless Of Whether A Nation’s “Authority” Recognizes It

US Constitution  |  | We all have inherent rights, no matter whether the governing authority of a particular geographical area recognizes it or whether it has been written down on a piece of paper as law. People from different from societies and cultures call these rights slightly different things. In the USA, they have been referred to as unalienable rights ...Read More »

Catalonian Independence

US Constitution  |  |   Clubbing the elderly for voting . . . Saudi Arabia? . . . North Korea? . . . China? No.  “Civilized” Western Europe, Member of the European Union, fourth largest economy there . . . Spain. Claiming to be a democracy as much as “Hannibal Lecter” claims to be a sane vegetarian, Spain’s state ...Read More »

CNNIA

US Constitution  |  | I can tell you from firsthand eyewitness experience, that there has been an ongoing, yet secretive, civil war among the highest departmental levels of American government for a very long time, perhaps since the end of the first American civil war (circa 1865), as the modern political “Red and Blue map” clearly denotes an almost ...Read More »

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