The door is open…

Imagine you are a bird, and you have lived your entire life up to this point in a cage… one day you awake and find that the cage door has been opened, and at the same time you have two major conflicting emotions, excitement and fear. You are excited at the prospect of freedom, but… Continue reading The door is open…

YouTube Comment Section Treasures

I am posting a screenshot of this thread because I just know this guy will want to delete a bunch of these comments and this screenshot makes it a little less effective to delete comments that have already been captured.

This guy claims to be an attorney but he falls right into every trap I set for him. Maybe he is just not very good at his job. I am posting a screenshot of this thread because I just know this guy will want to delete a bunch of these comments and this screenshot makes… Continue reading YouTube Comment Section Treasures

The Gun Is Civilization

Human beings only have two ways to deal with one another: reason and force. If you want me to do something for you, you have a choice of either convincing me via argument, or force me to do your bidding under threat of force. Every human interaction falls into one of those two categories, without… Continue reading The Gun Is Civilization

Demand for Dismissal

Now Comes James Trent Goodbaudy, a man standing on the land of the Oregon republic, alleged defendant, by special visitation, not submitting to the court’s jurisdiction, who hereby demands this court immediately dismiss all charges based on the natural law and the creator’s commandments. In addition, the Oregon Constitution Article one Section two reads: “Freedom… Continue reading Demand for Dismissal

Resident vs Native

Four (4) Classes of Citizenship in America 1. Oregonian (State Citizen, highest form, on the land by right, owns land (home), not property (resident). Right to do all except violate another mans rights. Inhabits land that is private, land not owned by United States) Property is that which one has a right to, not ownership of. Property… Continue reading Resident vs Native