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May the wind always be at your back and the sun upon your face... And may the wings of destiny carry you aloft to dance with the stars...
                                                  Boston George


The American flag is a treasured symbol of the USA, and there are rules for handling, displaying and disposing of flags. The United States Code says the flag should only be flown upside down to signal "dire distress in instances of extreme danger to life or property.


Today they want you to believe that patroiotism means that you support everything the goverment wants ...
A true patriot defends liberty and the people.

Published on May 26, 2015
Ron Paul is warning We the People....
Save your coins, grow your own food, get to know your neighbors, get back into harmony with nature, collect/save important herbs and spices, get some money out of banks and 401k in case wall street tries to steal it from you (bail ins), be more self sufficient, invest in people that care for Humanity and the Planet Earth.
Activate NESARA
Restore the Republic
instead of a government lets create a Council, We print our own money backed by resources and interest free...

Ron Paul - final prediction, warning to americans 5/2015

12-Term Congressman Ron Paul's Warning to Americans about the Coming
Currency Crisis


America is in Trouble !
Our Constitution is
under blatant attack!
We the People
Must defend and protect the
United States
against all enemies,
foreign and

State Lets Police Take Teenagers Away From Parents If They Are Left Home Alone

Cops Taser Family Man Again and Again, Up to 27 Times Until He Went Limp and Died

            Why is the US Flag diplayed Upside Down?
The upside down U.S. flag is an official signal of distress.
It is not meant to be, and is not officially recognized as any type of
disrespect when so displayed for the right reasons. To the contrary,
here is the relevant part of the US Code of Laws regarding how to fly
the flag when in distress:
Title 36, U.S.C., Chapter 10
As amended by P.L. 344, 94th Congress
Approved July 7, 1976

§ 176. Respect for flag: No disrespect should be shown to the flag of
the United States of America; the flag should not be dipped to any
person or thing. Regimental colors, State flags, and organization or
institutional flags are to be dipped as a mark of honor.
(a) The flag should never be displayed with the union down, except as a signal of dire distress in instances of extreme danger to life or property.
Most individuals who have served in the military service of our nation will (or should) recognize this signal.

As a result of the many traitors and enemies we as a free people have,
both foreign and domestic, as a result of the many unconstitutional
acts, legislation and atrocities passed and/or committed against US
citizens and their life, liberty and property, and as a result of
policies that have allowed (and continue to allow) enemies of this
nation to enter in large numbers through a porous border policy, I
believe the life, liberty and property of US Citizens are in dire danger
and distress.



The Patriot Act = Loosing Your Constitional Rights.... Sounds Like Freedom To Me....

Are you living in A Constitution-Free Zone? Federal district judge
Edward Korman recently upheld a policy of the Obama Administration,
stripping away many rights to privacy within 100 miles of national
borders. Some observers are calling this a violation of human rights.
Critics say the ruling violates protections against illegal search and
seizure, protected by the 4th amendment. The case centers around
Pascal Abidor, a student with dual French and American citizenships. In
2010, he was traveling into the United States from Montreal, when
customs officials confiscated his laptop. They searched the files on the
device for several hours, while they detained the young man. He was
later released without charge.
This policy, initially enacted in
2008 under the administration of George W. Bush, was renewed by the
Obama Administration when they came to power in 2009.

Judge Korman ruled that no reasonable suspicion is needed before police in border regions may search laptops, smartphones and other electronic
equipment. He stated in his opinion that citizens should expect to be
searched when close to the border.
Part of the judge's decision
read "...it would be foolish, if not irresponsible, for plaintiffs to
store truly private or confidential information on electronic devices
that are carried and used overseas." (1)

ACLU Attorney Catherine Crump said her group was "disappointed" with the decision. She also stated her belief that this ruling "allows the government to conduct intrusive searches of Americans' laptops and other electronics at the border without any suspicion that those devices contain evidence of wrongdoing." (2)
The Department of Homeland Security reports
6,500 searches of private electronics were conducted between 2008 and
2010. Some critics say the department is under-reporting the number.
This 100-mile ruling is wide enough to cover much of Florida and New
England. Large, coastal cities from Los Angeles and San Francisco to
Washington and Baltimore could be subject to this decision. Whether or
not warrantless searches of electronic items become commonplace in the affected areas remains to be seen.

Federal Judge Upholds Constitution-Free Zones

DHS ‘ Constitution Free’ Zones Inside US ... -...

Voting Machine Corruption Errors

No Parental Rights and you call that Freedom

CPS Takes Child After Mom Gets 2nd Opinion

CPS Takes Away Children into Custody Playing in Park Alone ,
Parents Terrified - Maryland

10 Things You MUST DO if CPS Comes to Your House

Police Abduct Kentucky Homeschooling Family’s Children

Joe and Nicole Naugler live on a homestead in rural Kentucky. They live a very simple life. They garden and raise animals. They are industrious people trying to teach their children how to live right.
They have ten children, who are homeschooled on their homestead. They contribute to the success of the family crops and livestock, all while learning about the amazing beauty of life.
On May 6th, 2015, Breckinridge Co. Sheriff’s officers came to their home, acting on an anonymous tip, and entered their property and home without a warrant and without probable cause. Nicole was at home with the two oldest children, while Joe was away with the others. When the officers left the home, they attempted to block the access road to the family property. Nicole and the two boys got in their car to leave the family property. They got only a short way down the road before the officers pulled Nicole over.
During this stop, sheriffs deputies took their two oldest boys from Nicole’s custody, providing her no justification or documentation to support their action. Nicole was able to contact Joe briefly by telephone, but only for a short period of time, because she needed to use her phone to record the events.
Joe was able to arrange transportation to meet his wife where the stop had taken place. At that point, Nicole had been taken into custody on disorderly conduct (for not passively allowing the Sheriff to take her boys) and resisting arrest charges. Joe attempted to get out of the car to speak with the officers and his wife and to recover the vehicle Nicole had been driving. The Sheriff, with his hand on his sidearm, ordered Joe back into the car. Joe complied with that request. The sheriff informed Joe that he had every intention of making this as difficult as possible for them and that their car would be impounded, despite the fact that Joe was there on­site to recover it.
A friend, who had driven Joe to the location, got out of the car to speak with the Sheriff. She was able to convince the Sheriff to let Joe recover the vehicle. Joe also recovered Nicole’s cell phone, which had been recording audio the entire time.
The Sheriff ordered Joe to turn the remaining eight children over to Breckinridge County Sheriff’s deputies by 10:00 a.m. and threatened him with felony charges, if he did not comply.
At this time (roughly 5:00 CDT), Nicole is being held in custody in Hardinsburg, KY by the Breckinridge Co. Sheriff. The whereabouts of their two oldest sons is unknown to the family. Nicole faces a magistrate at 8:00 a.m. to set bail and an arraignment will take place shortly thereafter.
All of this has happened because of an anonymous complaint filed with CPS. In the state of KY, an anonymous complaint cannot be considered probable cause to pursue this course of action. It cannot be confirmed that this is the complainant, but earlier this week an acquaintance of the Naugler family threatened to file a CPS complaint against them, all because Joe “unfriended” this acquaintance on Facebook.
We ask for your support for the Naugler family at this time. Through no fault of their own, they will now be faced with significant legal expenses. Any support is greatly accepted. Whether you can or cannot contribute to their legal defense fund, please consider them in your prayers, meditations, positive energies, and any other support you can provide. Share their story!
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