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 A woman who had been married three times walked into a bridal shop one day and told the sales clerk that she was looking for a wedding gown for her fourth wedding.

“Of course, madam,” replied the sales clerk, “exactly what type and color dress are you looking for?”   The bride to be said: “A long frilly white dress with a veil.”   The sales clerk hesitated a bit, then said, “Please don’t take this the wrong way, but gowns of that nature are considered more appropriate for brides who are being married the first time — for those who are a bit more innocent, if you know what I mean?  Perhaps ivory or sky blue would be nice?” “Well,” replied the customer, a little peeved at the clerk’s directness, “I can assure you that a white gown would be quite appropriate.  “Believe it or not, despite all my marriages, I remain as innocent as a first-time bride.    “You see, my first husband was so excited about our wedding, he died as we were checking into our hotel. “My second husband and I got into such a terrible fight in the limo on our way to our honeymoon that we had that wedding annulled immediately and never spoke to each other again.” “What about your third husband?” asked the sales clerk? “That one was a Democrat,” said the woman, “and every night for four years, he just sat on the edge of the bed and told me how good it was going to be, but nothing ever happened.”


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“The Commerce Clause – Pathway to a Dictatorship!”

“The Commerce Clause – Pathway to a Dictatorship!”
By Ron Ewart, President
National Association of Rural Landowners
and nationally recognized author on freedom and property rights issues.
We are helping to spread freedom and liberty around the globe.
© Copyright Sunday, March 18, 2012 – All Rights Reserved
“By permitting Congress to regulate so much of our lives under the Commerce Clause, the Supreme Court has changed the federal government from one of limited and enumerated powers, to one with few exceptions to its power.” 
Walter E. Williams, Professor and Columnist
It has been proven out many times by history, that human nature is vastly more influential on the affairs of man, than any agreements that exist between men to control their affairs.  Charters, constitutions and treaties between geopolitical entities, or between governments and the people, are nothing more than “blue prints” to govern those affairs.  But since men have been breaking agreements between themselves since the dawn of civilization, disputes arise often and those disputes are sometimes resolved through negotiations and arbitration, or the passing of, or revisions to, more “blue prints”, or other times they are resolved by war, when negotiations or arbitration reach an impasse.  Thus, there is a constant battle between human nature and those “blue prints” that are designed to control human nature. 
There is a general misconception by most people on what a contract (a “blue print” for behavior) between people, businesses, or governments, really means and what it is designed to do.  We can’t remember the number of times people have said to us, in the course of 30 years in real estate development and investments:  “He can’t do that, we have a contract!”  And we could only respond with, “…. people can do anything they want to do.  A contract only spells out what the parties are to do while the contract is in full force and effect and what to do when one or both of the parties violate or are in breach of the contract terms.”  That is why contract law takes up so much room on the law bookshelf and that is why courts are full of people who violate or allegedly violate their contracts.  Again, it is readily apparent that human nature has much more power over man, than man has to control human nature by law.
The history of the American Constitution is riddled with disputes over the interpretation of the words in the document, in context with the intent of the Framers.  And so the debate rages on between opposing factions as to just how much power is given to the Federal Government by virtue of Article I, Section 8, of the U. S. Constitution, but more specifically, Article I, Section 8, Clause 3, wherein it states with simplicity:
“To regulate commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several states, and with the Indian Tribes.”
It is absolutely amazing that a statement as simple as this, can lead to endless bickering, debate, lawsuits and interpretation, but it has.  Congress doesn’t know for sure where the boundaries are and the judicial branch, over the years, has adjudicated the Commerce Clause from different perspectives and different rationales, muddying the waters even more.  Most presidents are only interested in increasing their powers and many have.  They keep coming up against that old “Constitution thing” and do everything in their power to get around it by issuing executive orders and/or directives to their cabinet secretaries, or “packing” supreme courts.  The unconstitutional acts by presidents would fill volumes.  Unconstitutional acts by Congress would fill even more.  Can anyone of us forget what Speaker Pelosi said when asked by a reporter if Obama Care was constitutional?  She spouted, “… are you serious, are you serious?”  Not only did her retort not answer this all-important question, it was arrogant and elitist.  If the truth be known, Speaker Pelosi had no clue as to whether Obama Care was constitutional and she didn’t care one whit.  She didn’t even care what was in the legislation when she said, “…. we have to pass it so we can find out what’s in it.”  That statement is not just dumb, it’s insane, but very typical of how the mind of a politician, any politician, works.
Addressing the Constitution and the Commerce Clause, the maverick and ever-controversial Edward Banfield argued that:
“Nothing of importance can be done to stop the spread of federal power, let alone to restore something like the division of powers agreed upon by the framers of the Constitution. The reason lies in human nature: men cannot be relied upon voluntarily to abide by their agreements, including those upon which their political order depends. There is an antagonism, amounting to an incompatibility, between popular government — meaning government in accordance with the will of the people — and the maintenance of limits on the sphere of government.”
If Mr. Banfield is correct and it is quite likely that he is, then the progression of federal power can only lead to eventual absolute power in the future and it could very well take another revolution to restore power to the people once again.  It would seem that the life span of Republics is capped at about 200 to 300 years before they collapse due to breaking of their bonds with the “blue prints” that established them.
Throughout history there have been and always will be, powerful, ambitious, politically influential and/or wealthy men who will thwart, circumvent, or manipulate, for power’s sake, the “blue prints” that peaceful men establish to control human nature.  It is a constant struggle to keep these powerful men within significant limits of their power, such that the rest of civilization is allowed to remain free.  Many wars have been fought and millions of lives lost in that endeavor.  It is logical to ask, given human nature and powerful men being what they are, whether it shall ever be thus?
Since it seems to be inevitable that there will always be powerful men that break “blue prints” with the people, it is not that difficult to extrapolate that if you have a wide-open, broad and an essentially undefined clause in the U. S. Constitution that grants unlimited power to the Federal Government, the door is open to virtually ANY power the government chooses to invoke.  “ANY” power can only be defined as “ABSOLUTE” power.  Since U. S. Supreme Court decisions continue to expand the breadth of the Commerce Clause, how long will it be before the Federal Government declares ABSOLUTE power?  By definition, ABSOLUTE power is a dictatorship.  And coincidental with that declaration, when will the Federal Government then declare that the other 16 enumerated powers in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution and maybe even the entire constitution itself, null and void? 
One might ask, how does the Federal Government continually exceed its powers under the Constitution, essentially without any accountability to the people?  The answer lies in the wide interpretations of the limits and powers granted or prohibited under the Constitution, by the ever-changing character of the U. S. Supreme Court and lower court precedents.  
When FDR took power in 1933, the U. S. Supreme Court was a conservative court and initially resisted FDR’s initiatives and actions that violated the Constitution.  By some struck of luck (for FDR), the court shifted from a conservative court to a liberal court by one of the justices switching sides, or so it is alleged.  With the new liberal court, FDR was assured of passing most of his unconstitutional “plans” to save America from the Great Depression, by setting in motion a series of social initiatives under the “New Deal” and establishing the Social Security System.   Although the U. S. Supreme Court did shoot down some of FDR’s New Deal programs, in the end it literally green-lighted a social pathway for FDR to increase his executive powers, well beyond the intent of the Framers.  The result was he became the great Messiah that “saved” the people of America from the Great Depression, but in the process, without the people knowing it, took away more of their freedoms by weakening the U. S. Constitution and increasing federal power.
But even before FDR, there was President Wilson who took serious issue with the U. S. Constitution and was in favor of World Government.  From that perspective he initiated the creation of the League of Nations and he also signed off on the creation of the Federal Reserve and the Internal Revenue Service under the 16th Amendment, allegedly ratified by the U. S. Congress and 75% of the States.  Many scholars and some political types still have serious questions about the ratification process that gave us the 16th Amendment.  Could it be that once again, this government of powerful, ambitious men, purposely ignored the “blue print” for ulterior motives, or to increase their power?
To get a more solid perspective on the history of the Commerce Clause, we read the following two treatises.  If you are truly interested in the expansion of federal power under the Commerce Clause, we encourage the reader to study them.  We also encourage the reader to study the information contained in the “New Deal” link above.  It is very enlightening on how FDR changed the character of America to one of dependence on government and away from self-reliance and independence.  The information also reflects on how this was accomplished through the manipulation of government processes and the circumvention of constitutional safe guards.
Given the foregoing, the question remains, can the people stop the advance of federal power by its expansion of the limits of the Commerce Clause, aided and abetted by the U. S. Supreme Court?  In other words, can federal power be rolled back and by what means could that be accomplished? 
The answer to the question rests entirely on, 1) the political makeup of the American population; and 2) the size, commitment and determination of that segment of the population that want to see federal power rolled back; and 3) whether a preponderance of the states will resist federal power under the 9th and 10th Amendments.   If the political makeup of the general population is such that it will elect only those representatives, at any level of government, that will continue the handouts and benefits from government and that segment of the population is a considerable majority, no peaceful initiative by the minority will ever change the condition.  If however, there is a shift in the mindset of the general population towards the concepts and inevitability of the individual’s unalienable rights, then the representatives elected by this larger segment of the population will begin to swing America back to its roots under a strongly defended Constitution.
Finally, if significant portions of the sovereign states of America decide to exercise their sovereign power under the 10th Amendment, growing federal power could be slowed down.  As a hint that the states may be moving in that direction, several states have taken on Obama Care and exempted their citizens from it, or have sued the federal government to render Obama Care unconstitutional.  In another interesting move, a model NULLIFICATION resolution for states has just surfaced that would essentially tell the Federal Government where to get off.  If such a resolution were to gain traction among the states and it just might, we could see a reversal of the growth of federal power.  In that resolution is a description of what the Founding Fathers meant when they inserted the Commerce Clause in the Constitution’s enumerated powers (Article I, Section 8, Clause 3).  The resolution also discusses the roots of the “Necessary and Proper” clause.
Thus, if the roll back to our roots of freedom and liberty is to occur, the peaceful answer becomes one of education of the general population over a significant time span that could end up being several generations.   It will also take the states arching their backs against the Federal Government using the “Commerce” and “Necessary and Proper” clauses to expand the Federal Government’s power even further. 
It took us over 100 years to get where we are today with the Progressive mentality and agenda fully embedded in the body politic and all of our institutions.  This Progressive mentality paved the way for the growth in federal power.  “The Parallax Prophecies” predicts, that if a roll back is to occur, even if it is possible, it could take many years and maybe even a lifetime.  So now the question is, will those who still believe in America’s roots of freedom and liberty, be patient enough to wait a lifetime, peacefully, to realize the return of America to a Constitutional Republic? 
Perhaps it would be helpful to put all of this in perspective.  It took over 150 years of British rule of the colonies for the colonialists to finally break free from rising British tyranny.  Unfortunately, to break free, the colonialists had to result to insurrection and armed revolution.  Can America, as it is now constituted, avoid 5,000 years of history repeating itself, over, and over, and over again because human nature is more powerful to influence the affairs of man, than man’s “blue prints” are to influence human nature?  In the final analysis, will the Commerce Clause be the pathway to an American dictatorship?
To answer these questions, allow us to make this one admonition to those who want to see America continue down the dangerous and suicidal path it is now on, towards a dictatorship, or an Absolute Democrat Monarchy, or national bankruptcy and the dissolution of American sovereignty:
“Never underestimate a determined minority to reach its objective,
especially if that determined minority is made up of free-loving Americans!”
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“The Vicious Domestic Enemy of Rural America!”

“The Vicious Domestic Enemy of Rural America!
By Ron Ewart, President
National Association of Rural Landowners
and nationally recognized author on freedom and property rights issues.
We are helping to spread freedom and liberty around the globe.
© Copyright Sunday, January 15, 2012 – All Rights Reserved
WE must protect OUR rural lands.”  Stated numerous times by an environmentalist on a radio talk show, in a debate with this author
That’s right, environmentalists and even those that live in urban areas, have been so brainwashed by the government through education and outright propaganda, that they actually believe that it is OK for government to regulate rural lands with draconian environmental protection ordinances, without regard to the fact that those rural lands are owned by real people and are supposed to be protected by the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution that states in part:
“….. nor shall any person ….. be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.”
Any protection provided to rural landowners from the U. S. Constitution has been so watered down and perverted by U. S. Supreme Court and lower court decisions, as to render the 5th Amendment virtually null and void.  International and national environmentalism trumps the Constitution in America, by tens of thousands of local, state and federal laws.
Our organization, the National Association of Rural Landowners (NARLO) was formed as a result of discovering that these environmental laws, regulations, restrictions and ordinances apply disproportionately to rural landowners, such that the rural landowner is being forced to bear almost the entire burden of environmental protection, while their city cousins get off almost scot-free.  Since it became apparent that rural landowners are disenfranchised from having a say in environmental protection ordinances, due to the cities having the majority representation and the votes, we decided that the rural landowner needed someone to speak on their behalf, on a national scale.  Although we write about issues affecting every American, our primary goal is to provide a voice to the vicious assault on rural landowners by the government, aided and abetted by national and international environmentalists through the United Nations Agenda 21 policies of smart growth and sustainable development.  On their behalf, NARLO has developed specific tools that a rural landowner can use against these assaults by government.
But this isn’t the real story.  The real stories are the tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of rural landowner stories, all across America, who find themselves in the iron grip of an intransigent local, state or federal agency for some infraction of the “code” that the landowner knew nothing about, or had no application in rural areas.  Every week we receive a couple of phone calls or e-mails from landowners who are having to pay thousands of dollars that they don’t have, to rectify some irrational, senseless code violation.    These violations, fines and penalties are even occurring in the most remotest parts of the U. S.
A gentleman in rural Colorado couldn’t get a permit to build his cabin because the “code” says he MUST hook up to the power grid and he can’t have an outhouse.  The power grid is miles and miles away from his rural property and would cost him tens of thousands of dollars to bring power to his property.  Is it any wonder that some folks just ignore the law and hope they don’t get caught?  Unfortunately, many do get caught and pay a terrible price.
A woman landowner who lives on acreage that fronts a river that flows into the Columbia River in Washington state, had her property and home flooded eleven times because a couple of NGO’s (Non Governmental Organization) and the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Agency took out the tide gates that were protecting her property from the incoming tide and the flooding river.  The tide gates had been there for several generations.  The reason?  The NGO’s and the U. S. Fish and Wildlife, with millions of dollars of federal money and the law on their side, were returning the river to its pristine condition for the restoration of salmon runs.  Fish were left dead and dying in her fields as the tide came in and out.  She had no recourse, ran out of money and hope and had to abandon her home and her land.  She now lives in Idaho.  The government drove her from her land without compunction and without liability.
Another landowner in Washington State went to jail for over 150 days and fined thousands of dollars for cleaning out a ditch on his property in a wetland, a wetland that was declared a wetland after the event.  In other words, the government manufactured a crime where there was none, to send home a message to all other landowners, that the environment had a greater priority over their land than they did and they better comply ….. or else.  The landowner made the mistake of trying to defend himself and act as his own attorney, in a corrupt court.
In Antelope Valley, a very rural area of Los Angeles County, the rural landowners are being faced with fully armed SWAT teams that haul the landowner off to jail or court, if they haven’t moved fast enough in clearing up a code violation.  Los Angeles County calls the SWAT team a “nuisance abatement team“.  A SWAT team for nuisance abatement?  You’ve got to be kidding!  Is America now a police state?  It would seem so!
A man and his wife in California bought some rural acreage that had a home and outbuildings on it.  After they bought the land, the local Land Use Agency said that one of their buildings was not in code and filed a code violation against them.  But it turns out that the Land Use Agency had filed a code violation on the property 12 years ago against the previous owner for the same reason, but the code violation did not show up on the Title Report for the new purchaser.  Nevertheless, the new owners were still responsible for the old code violation and had to fork over $28,000 in fees and fines to bring the property in compliance.  They also discovered that there is no statute of limitations on land use code violations.  Here is what the property owner told us as part of her story.
“You are not given the credit to have common sense intelligence to make your own decisions.  Government will make those decisions for you.  Remember that, in the future, when land use agents, septic, or well inspectors appear, demanding you put in $$ to retrofit to their standards.”
“Your fence or locked gate, does not prevent, inspectors from entering.  They are seen climbing over fences, carrying cameras, on their revenue hunt expeditions.  Make no mistake, regardless of the noble story they spin, it is all about money, power and control over you.  Retired people on fixed incomes risk losing their homes, if county shows up.  Our freedoms are eroded, by bondage regulations.”
A man and his son had all the permits necessary to fill in a portion of the waterfront property in an East Coast state.  Along came the Army Corps of Engineers and hit them with a criminal violation of filling in a wetland and took them to Federal Court.  The judge would not allow the landowners to enter into evidence their permits and sentenced the man and his son to 21 months in a federal prison, with the further requirement to restore the property when they were released.
A rural Ohio family, with a going family business, faced the same dilemma with the Army Corps of Engineers and were also criminally charged with filling in a wetland.  The Corps took them to Federal Court.  But the hitch was, they hadn’t filled in a wetland.  However, that didn’t stop the Army Corps from pursuing the case.  The family first tried to defend themselves in court and quickly used up their savings in the process.  They were then approached by the Ohio Farm Bureau who offered to help them with their case.  All they had to do was to put up their land as collateral for the Farm Bureau loan.  The Farm Bureau lost the case and then took the farm from the family to repay the loan, including most of their possessions on the farm.  This proud Ohio family, with a going business, was left penniless.
It gets even worse than that.  An Idaho couple bought a lot in a completed subdivision with homes all around them and applied for a building permit to build their dream home.  The lot was over 500 feet from the nearest body of water.  That didn’t stop the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who came on their property as the couple was clearing and leveling the lot for the foundation and slapped them with a non-compliance order for, you guessed it, filling in a wetland.  The EPA then told them that they would have to restore the property to its original condition, at great cost, they couldn’t build on it and if they didn’t comply, they would be faced with a $37,500 per day fine.
Upon investigating their legal options against this flagrant violation of their 5th Amendment rights, they found they had no recourse in any court and they had to deal directly with the EPA ….. or else.  The couple contacted the Pacific Legal Foundation and this case is now being heard by the U. S. Supreme Court with a decision due out by this coming June.  You can read about this case HERE[Link for publisher below]
The Federal Government, under the Department of Justice and/or the Department of Agriculture, are going after farmers who have the audacity to produce their own un-pasteurized milk and sell it to people in the local area.  There were no cases of people being sickened by un-pasteurized milk.  The government just decided to raid these farmers unilaterally.  Again, another example of a police state, with rural landowners as the target.
Many of our readers know of the Kelo vs. New London, CT decision where the Supreme Court ruled that it was OK for local or state governments to take property under eminent domain for an economic use, when the Constitution clearly says a public use.  The Supreme Court decision in the Kelo case left it up to the states to strengthen their eminent domain laws, at the state’s discretion.  Over half of the states have done just that.  Oh and in the Kelo case, the company that was going to buy and use the land that was condemned under eminent domain by the city of New London for economic purposes, backed out of the deal and the property, that included the Kelo home, has been bulldozed and the land sits idle.  No one wants it.  The city owns it and the property is now off the tax rolls.
These few stories we have chronicled here are a drop in the ocean.  The American rural landowner is forced to endure this government assault quietly and without complaint ….. or else!  The response from the government or the urban folk is, in the French vernacular, “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche“.  The English translation is,  “….. let ’em eat cake!
The fact is, the rural landowner has very little recourse against these land use and environmental laws and are held hostage by them because government refuses to be bound by the Constitution.  To defend themselves they literally have to “give up the farm” as it were and many lose their farms and ranches to this assault by government.  The court system is a stacked deck and the cost to pursue a case in court is out of reach of most landowners because of exorbitant attorney fees and court costs.  Further, there is no sympathy from the city folk because they are being told that the rural folk have to “give more” to protect the city folk’s environment.  This “giving more” is not only a violation of the 5th Amendment, it is a clear violation of the equal protection clause in the U. S. Constitution.
Rural landowners are an independent lot and up until now, have taken this vicious assault on their land and their rights, with stoicism and uncommon restraint.  However, “The Parallax Prophecies” predicts that as the assault continues and it will, fewer and fewer landowners are going to take it lying down as they have been.  There have been and will continue to be consequences and they won’t be pretty.
As an example, a man in Colorado, mad at a zoning decision on his property, outfitted his large bulldozer with steel plates and peepholes.  He then drove the bulldozer on his lowboy truck into town, unloaded it and completely destroyed the zoning office, before officers finally shot and killed him.  Some landowners, in rage over stupid government decisions, have taken the law into their own hands and have taken the lives of some politicians in response.
Let us be clear.  We do not condone taking the law into your own hands for any reason, for the simple pragmatic fact that you will eventually lose and lose big time.  The long arm of the law will pursue you until you have been caught and punished and they have all the resources to do just that.  You will have been martyred and it will have served no purpose.
The only thing we are saying, human nature being what it is, these violent events will continue to escalate as government increases the pressure on rural landowners through draconian environmental laws and the vigorous enforcement of those laws.  As the police state rises, so to will the opposition to that police state.  We are, after all, Americans and as Americans we don’t bow down to the continual abuse of un-authorized and un-constitutional power.  The sad part is, none of this would be happening if the government had stayed within the bounds of the Constitution.  The government and those that lobby them will be and are, solely responsible for these un-intended consequences of their actions.

On a side note, we have included some links from credible sources about the United Nations, Agenda 21, global governance and the U. S. Senate that need to be read and understood by as many Americans as possible, so that they are aware of the draconian forces that are at work to destroy American freedom and sovereignty.  If you don’t know the enemy, who he is and where he hides, you cannot deploy your forces to defeat him. 
We encourage you to read or watch these links and share them with as many others as you can.
On the United Nations, Agenda 21 and global governance, by Henry Lamb, of Sovereignty International:
On the connection between the United Nations and the Bill and Melinda Gates philanthropic foundation, by Tom DeWeese, of the American Policy Center:
A stunning, if not very disturbing allegation, in a video by Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina, on the absolute corrupt and arrogant behavior of the U. S. Senate.  This will blow your mind if you do not know it and you will have no doubt as to why we are in so much trouble.  It gives meaning to the words, “ABSOLUTE POWER CORRUPTS ABSOLUTELY!”  Representative government is essentially dead, if what Senator DeMint says is true and we have no reason to doubt that it is!
And the following link will show why America is broke and will eventually go bankrupt!  If this doesn’t burn your bacon and get you off the couch, nothing will!  Greece is written all over this revelation.

Now, a clarification about the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) regarding detaining American citizens by the military.  As we have said before, there is an exclusion in the bill that reads like this:
Section 1021(e) Authorities“Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect existing law or authorities relating to the detention of United States citizens, lawful resident aliens of the United States, or any other persons who are captured or arrested in the United States.”

Ladies and gentlemen, restoring freedom is going to be anything but easy and, in the end, might be impossible because we have gone way past the tipping point!  Only absolute unification of American conservatives, on a broad spectrum of conservative principles, without division, along with eternal vigilance, will make it possible and we can expect that we will be vigorously resisted by intransigent and un-yielding opposing forces every step of the way, aided and abetted by those voters that allowed themselves to be bought off by government.

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