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  1. I don't know that I understand the whole issue here, but you will have to use a family attorney unless you're willing to study a little bit of law. If you want to think about doing this on your own, read this carefully: https://www.wikihow.com/Get-a-Restraining-Order-in-Oregon If you are saying that the local constabularies in your area are not enforcing the laws, you might have to go before a higher judge in your area and obtain a writ (an order from a higher court forcing the lower court to follow the law.) If you qualify for a restraining order as per the first link I provided and are unsuccessful, you know your options. When you pick up your kids, I'd use the record feature on your phone and tell everyone that the encounter is being recorded. If you don't inform them, you may or may not be able to use it in court later on. If you could get a friend or family member to accompany you, witnesses are always a plus. You might even be able to persuade a judge to have the bf not be present when you pick up and drop off the kids.
  2. Liar. I do not respond to feds. Go to Hell. You lied to the owner of this board when you signed on to this board and you are a fed or fed informant. Go troll someone else. I don't like you; you are a pathological liar and you're an idiot. Go the Hell away and leave me alone,.
  3. I have to disagree with you about the intent of the 14th Amendment. The 14th Amendment took from you unalienable, God given Rights and replaced them with privileges and immunities doled out by a corrupt federal government. You cannot lose sight of that. Your Right to keep and bear Arms is absolutely connected to a Right that is above the ability of the government to legislate. That would be the Right to defend yourself, your loved ones and your country (even from a corrupt government.) Other than that, we're closer than you think regarding most issues. On immigration, the sheeple cannot differentiate or delineate between citizenship and the Rights of employers to hire who they think will best do the job they have available. I'm against forced and / or instant citizenship. I only brought up the point that the 14th Amendment makes instant citizens out of anyone who is born inside the U.S. As can be seen, most of those people end up being left of center and are going to ultimately vote the militia into oblivion. So, how far will you go in accepting a socialist solution? And, is there no other option other than those concocted by the Ds and the Rs?
  4. Levi Strauss also makes Dockers and their products are sold in Target under various names. You can take the next step: BOYCOTT.
  5. I never made it a statement; I asked you if you thought it was a good trade. I brought info to the table; maybe it's new to you - and maybe not. It's only being brought to the table for your consideration. In politics and law, everything has a price. Do you want to pay the price? Maybe before I put up those links you had never heard the other side of the issue. Today you have access to both sides. My hope is that you avail yourself to all available viewpoints and then make an informed decision. That is all. No insult meant.
  6. We allowed for an amendment process and, as you say to better America. But, the rules absolutely were not followed in the passage of either the 14th or 16th Amendments. The 14th Amendment failed to pass constitutional muster. See what judges, historians, lawyers, civil libertarians, and tax protesters have said: https://www.wnd.com/2010/08/189373/ https://www.scribd.com/document/217951503/14th-Amendment-Never-Properly-Ratified# http://www.americasremedy.com/pdf/Unconstitutionality-Perez.pdf http://www.resurrecttherepublic.com/utah-law-review-the-14th-is-unconstitutional/ Most people will not read the links, but they do answer your question. So, you think the 14th Amendment that took away your unalienable Rights and replaced them with privileges and immunities (in other words giving up God given Rights for privileges doled out by an unconstitutional government) was a good trade? Do you think that the 14th Amendment that allows people to become citizens simply by virtue of being born here - thereby negating the existing requirements to become a citizen was a good idea? I don't have a lot of patience with the crowd that says the 14th Amendment does not extend citizenship to children whose parents came in this country improperly. That ship sailed; the courts have ruled; that position will not prevail in the United States Supreme Court regardless of what others think. Even Gorsuch has ruled against Trump on immigration. The 14th Amendment was illegally ratified and nothing good has come from it. The 16th Amendment was pushed as a temporary tax to pay for the costs of a war. Taxing a person's labor is unconscionable and immoral... not to mention unconstitutional, reprehensible, indefensible, and most of all unnecessary. This country operated from 1789 to 1913 without the income tax. Most government programs were operated from the local and state levels (without the cost of federal bureaucracies.) We did not have the national debt you have today either. AND, above all, if taxes were levied at the state level on taxable sources (NOT a man's labor), the federal government could not take taxpayer money from Georgia, Texas, and forty seven other states in order to finance Sanctuary cities in California. I could name at least a hundred things that some states do that other states disagree with, but still have to pay for via the federal government. Do yourself a favor. Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6ayb02bwp0&t=24s It is informative and it will keep your attention. If you watch it, you will come back and thank me.
  7. The right does not maintain an organization that identifies those groups on the far left as being hate groups, seditionists, terrorists and traitors. Why?
  8. Everything on that list is the status quo for the way things are done in America. We, as a movement, talk a good game about listening and being transparent - even considering ideas other than our own, but in practice, that is not the way it is played in America. If you fail to chant the mantra; if the wrong words come out of your mouth or off your keyboard it's a done deal. You're a ....... fill in the blank. Nobody can hear you. SOMETIMES someone comes along with a different perspective, a unique experience, a different outlook based upon education, training and past work. IF what they have to say does not fit your preconceived opinions, do YOU ask questions? I spent FIFTEEN years on these discussion boards arguing with people who honestly believe they knew more about a topic than I did. Little did they know that the some of the talking points they were using were those I pioneered early on. In all that time, not even ONE "leader" asked me why the current strategies would not work. Maybe all this talk about leadership is pie in the sky unless you can point to anyone who embodies those qualities.
  9. Some things Congress does might be "legal" on their face, but are wholly unconstitutional. Take the 14th Amendment. It was not legally ratified. Congress has the power to uphold that law, but they lack the authority. The 16th Amendment was illegally ratified and unconstitutionally enforced. It is a plank out of the Communist Manifesto. Year upon year of allowing these things to go unchallenged has changed our form of government. The militia should have reacted many many years ago. They didn't. So, now we have to relearn the constitutional limitations of government and hold them accountable. Otherwise, the Constitution might very well be what George Bush once called it.
  10. "...who are the militia, if they be not the people of this country...? I ask, who are the militia? They consist of now of the whole people, except a few public officers." George Mason, founding father "No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon." Matthew 6 : 24 When an officer has to choose between guaranteeing you the unalienable Rights that were once protected in the Constitution and following department policy and enforcing unconstitutional laws, that man has a moral dilemma. The government is doing the right thing and the militia should do likewise. When a man / woman has to choose between the paycheck and their conscience, I'm afraid it might be like a line in the Mel Gibson flick, The Patriot: "I'm a parent. I haven't got the luxury of principles." We have an illegal government and they do not recognize your Rights - government actually believes THEY are granting you your Rights. A person who draws a paycheck from such an entity cannot be trusted with your Liberty. Sorry.
  11. Sometimes people may have an opinion to make, but for whatever reason they miss the mark. I do it all the time myself. In your case, more than one person does not understand what you're saying. Without a proper knowledge of the Constitution, you cannot support the principles contained therein. Put another way: "No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon." (Matthew 6: 24) That religious principle can apply to the militia because, at the end of the day, politics is religion in action. Our nation was founded upon the concept of Liberty. The founders, being Christian, understood Liberty from a Christian perspective. Today, the mainstream has discarded the foundational principles. So, you can claim that you took an oath to defend the Constitution, but if corrupt men in positions of power illegally rule (as they have) that the Constitution does not mean what it says, then you have to decide which Constitution you took an oath to defend. Do you believe in the Constitution as originally written and intended OR do you believe in the "living Constitution" where the law is grounded only on nine judges wearing ladies robes and pretending to be God? Your post almost sounds like you have no problem with socialism which is the antithesis of the Constitution (as originally written and intended.) So, maybe you had better rephrase your post so that we understand it better.
  12. Cumming is about fifteen miles from the Militia of Georgia's headquarters. How far is that from you?
  13. According to Google, it's 56 miles. But, maybe you will find someone closer. A lady in Tennessee, who appears on tv and radio as a militia chaplain, lives in Dayton, Tennessee and used to make our Saturday morning (11 a.m.) meetings in the Atlanta area. Sometimes it is a matter of commitment.
  14. The Second Amendment is only as good as the people that fully understand it and are willing to stand their ground when the government subverts it.
  15. Is Adairsville close to where you're going? Adairsville is close to the Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama line. PM me if so and I'll see about arranging a meet with someone in that area.
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