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Monday, March 11, 2013


How would you like to be sanctioned by the feds
with no right to challenge the sanction? There definitely is something wrong when the federal government, more than a decade after 9/11, claims the right to sanc...tion individual American citizens in ways that the rest of the citizenry does not feel.

This is the martial-law theory of government. And, as Rand Paul showed, it's the right time to start putting the heat on the feds for exercising the right to sanction individual Americans with no due process of law, while the Executive Branch shelters behind secret laws, some passed by Congress, others issued by the attorney general.

This sort of behavior is more than mildly unconstitutional -- it goes against the very fabric of American democracy. The people supporting such individual sanctions with no due process, along with the secret laws, seem to have read George Orwell's 1984 for tips on how to subvert democracy. Much of the reasoning of the unconstitutionalists at the federal level dovetails nicely with the views of V.I. Lenin.


A great deal of material has been posted on the related Facebook account, but, though this site has a fair number of readers, purportedly there are only two followers of the public Facebook account. So you may find quite a few interesting links and commentary on that Facebook site, though admittedly you may have to skim past a lot of fun but irrelevant material.

Please try to let me know at if you have tried to follow that Facebook site but have been barred by one means or another.

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