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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Midwest Liberty Fest

P R E S S R E L E A S E

For immediate release – August 6th, 2009

Contact: Catherine Bleish

Liberty Restoration Project

Telephone: 816.868.8806

HEADLINE: Announcing the Midwest Liberty Fest: Activism, Education and Celebration

August 6th, 2009: The DuQuoin, Illinois fairground will be brought to life by the spirit of liberty on October 9, 10 and 11 as grassroots activists from across the political spectrum gather for the Midwest Liberty Fest. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from successful activists, hear from current candidates and celebrate the growing movement toward freedom from government oppression.

The planning committee, sponsored by the Liberty Restoration Project, consists of activists who decided to provide the public with an event centered around ideas that unite us instead of divide us. The goal is to empower concerned citizens through the knowlege and real experiences of successful movers and shakers; eveyone should be able to walk away with action items and project ideas in hand!

The well known names in the liberty movement will be paired with up and coming leaders. From Adam Kokesh, the anti-war activist turned Congressional Candidate to Michael Badanarik, the 2004 Libertarian candidate for President and Constitutional Scholar to Sherif Joe Mac, the man educating our nation's law enforcment on their Constitutional role, attendees will have the opportunity to learn from some serious movers and shakers.

Interested speakers, musicians or sponsors should send a letter of request to the planning team at the following email address: team@midwestlibertyfest.com.

Donatations will provide transportation for speakers, location rental and insurance costs, and promotional materials such as radio and television ads. Keep your eyes on www.midwestlibertyfest.com for an up to the minute confirmed speakers list and the upcoming announcment of our commerative ticket.

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Candidates

Adam Kokesh (US Congressional Candidate for NM District 3)
http://kokeshforcongress.com/

RJ Harris (US Congressional Candidate for OK District 4)
http://www.rjharris2010.com/

Ed Martin (potential US Congressional Candidate for MO District 3)
http://edmartinforcongress.com

Rosanna Pulido (US Congressional Candidate for IL District 5)
http://www.rosannapulido2009.com/


Adam Andrzejewski (Gubernatorial Candidate for IL)
http://www.adamforillinois.com/

Randy Stufflebeam (Gubernatorial Candidate for IL)
http://www.runrandyrun.com/

Dr. Tim Nerenz (US COngressional Candidate for WI Distrcit 2)
http://timnerenz.com/

Educators

Michael Badnarik (former Libertarian Presidential Candidate, Constitutional Scholar)
http://www.constitutionpreservation.org/

Valinda Rowe (2nd ammendment activist)
IllinoisCarry.org

Dr. Carl Estabrook (Visiting Professor of Sociology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
http://www.counterpunch.org/estabrook05222003.html

Dr. Michael Coffman (President of Environmental Perspectives, Inc. (EPI), and Executive Director of Sovereignty International.)
http://www.discerningtoday.org/dr__michael_coffman.htm

Grassroots Activists

Jan Stover (Founder and Director of The Mothers Institute)
http://www.themothersinstitute.org

"Sheriff" Mack (Author, Speaker and Advocate of State and individual rights.)
http://www.sheriffmack.com/

Sandra Crosnoe (Oklahoma grassroots activist, blogger, and social media extraordinaire)
http://www.acainfo.net/

Catherine Bleish (Missouri grassroots activist, executive director of the Liberty Restoration Project)
www.libertyrestoraitonproject.org

Solo Acts and Bands
P O K E R F A C E
http://www.pokerface.com/

Jordan Page
http://www.jordanpagemusic.com/

Farid Ahmed

Pending speaking confirmation from
Cindy Sheehan
Rand Paul
Ron Paul

Catherine Bleish
executive director
Liberty Restoration Project
816-868-8806
Catherine@libertyrestorationproject.org
www.libertyrestorationproject.org

Freedom reaches across party lines.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

PokerFace Calling For a Revolution music video

Get involved check out www.retakecongress.com. Thanks to Pokerface for letting me use their song. Great song!!!

Monday, July 27, 2009

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Harvard Professor Does American's a Disservice by Playing "Race Card"

By William Morgan

“First they came for the Communists, and I didn't speak up, because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the Social Democrats, and I didn't speak up, because I wasn't a Social Democrat. Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I didn't speak up, because I wasn't a Trade Unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up, because I wasn't a Jew. Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak up for me.” - Pastor Martin Neimoller

When prominent African American Harvard professor, Henry Louis Gates Jr. was arrested in his own home after police responded to an alleged report of a break-in, cries of racial profiling could immediately be heard ringing from coast to coast. The Cambridge police department then scrambled to prove Sergeant James M. Crowley was no racist.

It’s no real surprise that even President Obama tried to make this about race saying “what I think we know separate and apart from this incident - is that there is a long history in this country of African-Americans and Latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately, and that's just a fact." Either President Obama is incredibly naive or is purposefully redirecting the focus of this incident. This arrest of a man in his own home, even after providing proof he had a right to be there, had nothing to do with race at all. Henry Louis Gates was guilty of a far worse offense than being a black man in America. His crime? Challenging the authority of the police. Henry Louis Gates wasn’t arrested for breaking and entering, he wasn’t arrested for being black, he was arrested for disorderly conduct after “exhibiting loud and tumultuous behavior,” according to the police report.

Apparently, the professor was forced to break into his home at about one in the afternoon (broad daylight) when the lock on his front door had jammed. When police arrived, Gates was forced to provide identification while standing in his own home, something he was more than a little miffed about. In the report Officer Crowley filed, he wrote “"While I was led to believe that Gates was lawfully in the residence, I was quite surprised and confused with the behavior he exhibited toward me.” Really, you’re surprised that he was upset by the fact you’re harassing him in his own home for doing absolutely nothing wrong?

S. Allen Counter, a Harvard Medical School professor who spoke with Gates about the incident said “He and I both raised the question of if he had been a white professor, whether this kind of thing would have happened to him, that they arrested him without any corroborating evidence.” Yes, this is exactly as it would and does play out every day in this country to citizens of every color who decide to stand up for themselves. By calling this a crime of racial bias Professor Gates, President Obama, and the media fail to address the real injustice in this country, which is the ever increasing authoritarian use of force on innocent citizens. One needs only to look at the countless cases of tasering on the very young and very old simply to force them to comply. Most will remember Kathryn Winkfein the 72 year old great-grandmother who was tasered after arguing with a police officer, who was at least twice her size and half her age, over a traffic stop. The officer claimed he felt threatened. There are also cases of children as young as six being tasered. Clearly, the use of force is no longer confined to self-protection. The abuse of tasers by police needs serious investigation and reform.

However the underlying problem is the change of policy of our police departments from “to protect and serve” to one of “to oppress and enslave”. We as Americans must define what role police are to have in this society. Do they work for us or against us? We must decide and then hold them to that role. As law enforcement’s power to use force to make citizens comply increases, our liberty and security to be free from unwarranted intrusions and injuries decreases. If the role of the police is to keep us safe, who will keep us safe from them? I can only implore that when your civil liberties are infringed by law enforcement officers or others, do not lose sight of the real injustice, the slow decay of this once great beacon of freedom into a draconian police state where all are subject to the whims and threats of a badge welding minority.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Video Bomb

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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Open Letter To Justin Williams

June of 2009, the Supreme Court of South Carolina ruled that Governor Mark Sanford can not refuse the Federal Stimulus money being giving to his state. Justin Williams, a third year law student was one of the plantiffs that brought this suit against Gov. Sanford. A June 10th article by Katie Jones from UWire and reported on Foxnews.com discusses the suit and references Justin Williams and what he has done. In response to this article I have written an open letter to Mr. Justin Williams. Below is the link to the article on Foxnews.com and then my open letter to Mr. Williams.

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,525675,00.html

Dear Justin William,

Recently you made the news for your role in bringing a suite against the Governor of your state Mark Sanford for refusing to accept the "bailout" money from the Federal Government. While I admire your altruistic views I want to take this time to point out how your actions came with ramifications that quite frankly I would expect a third year law student to think through. My first conclusion is they do not teach law students about the constitution in South Carolina’s schools. My second conclusion is that some law students don’t take the time to read and understand the Constitution on their own. Had you read and studied this document, a document that is the basis of our country's Government you would have known that Gov. Sanford was doing the right thing and was only looking out for the best interest of South Carolina. You may wonder why someone like myself living in California cares about what you have done and why you have done it, I can only point out that what you have done affects all Americans, not just those living in South Carolina. How you managed to convince your Supreme Court to rule in favor of forcing the Governor to take this money is a quandary. What you and the Supreme Court told Gov. Sanford is that you have to participate in plundering the rest of the nation for your righteous cause. I do believe that those justices should hang their heads low and ultimately the citizens of your state should call for their removal. They failed at their job to uphold the Constitution as you have failed on your job as a citizen. Your actions and the decision of your state’s Supreme Court will ultimately hurt those very same people you think you are looking out for. Their cost of living will increase due to the inflation caused by all the printing of new money for these bailouts and their taxes will increase in order for the government to cover up this hidden tax. Thanks to your actions, the Federal Government will now have more power and permission to continue to plunder the citizens of your state and every other state in the union.

The powers delegated to Congress do not include the funding of state projects including education. I commend Gov. Mark Sanford for attempting to shake off the yoke of federal funding; funding which the federal government uses to bully States to their will. The powers of the State in regards to the lives of their citizens must not be infringed. Gov. Sanford’s actions in refusing stimulus money were in the State’s best interests and, by extension the rest of the nation. Only the residents of a particular state can fully understand the needs of that state. An all-encompassing central government was the last thing our founders wanted when they imagined a free and prosperous Republic. By subverting the Governors authority in this matter you have done your state a grave disservice. You have enabled the Federal Government to have an ever-increasing stranglehold on your state, given them just-cause in their ever increasing spending when many Americans are struggling just to get by. Where do you think this "stimulus" money comes from? It comes from the pockets of hard working Americans who will be taxed even further to keep up with this, illegal I might remind you, spending. So thank you Mr. Williams, thank you for stealing from me and every other tax-paying American just so you will not have to pay for your own education, as a responsible individual should. While you celebrate your imagined victory, just remember that when you finally graduate your earning power will be significantly decreased due to the mass inflation caused by the spending you championed.

I do not know all of Gov. Sanford’s policies but I do know he was right with his decision to refuse the money. He is the true hero. Not many Governors are willing to stand up against the unconstitutional powers of Federal Government has usurped. I would direct you to read both Article One, Section Eight of the Constitution as well as the Tenth Amendment. As you are a law student, the text of these items should be clear.

From this day forward I would suggest you work with-in your state and community to have your altruistic views enacted and leave the Federal Government out of it as the Constitution directs. I also suggest you draft letters of apology to your fellow citizens and to Gov. Sanford for your actions as they will, in the end, have the opposite effect on your state than you intended. The citizens of South Carolina should applaud Gov. Sanford and recognize that his decision was in the best interest of the state and its people. I personally want to thank Gov. Sanford for his courage in standing up to the Federal Government, for his understanding of his State’s rights and hope that he serves as an example to all the Governors of the other forty-nine states. Our Governor here in California is standing there like Oliver Twist saying, “Please sir can I have some more”. Your Governor is standing up saying “No More” -- a statement that makes him the real hero.

Please, feel free to contact me at libertyunleashed@gmail.com in defense of your position, and you are more than welcome to come on our online radio show, Liberty Unleashed which airs Monday-Friday, 6:00pm-7:00pm Eastern.

Bryan Siemon
Host
Liberty Unleashed
http://www.libertyunleashed.com

Sunday, June 7, 2009

State rights and the Tenth Amendment

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

These are the words of the tenth amendment of the constitution of the United States. The U.S. constitution, which happens to be the shortest in history, was penned with the intent of limiting the powers of the federal government and preserving the individual liberties of the people. However, over the course of the last 222 years, the federal government has taken an ever increasing role in the lives of American citizens, far beyond what was intended by the framers of the constitution. Through perverse "interpretations", the powers that be have twisted the republic our forefathers envisioned into an all encompassing power leaning ever closer to despotism.

Our founding fathers sought to create a system of government that protected the liberty of individuals. Article one, section eight of the constitution, specifically deals with the powers granted to congress. They are, as our forefathers put it, "few and defined". The powers granted to congress deal with national issues which include: currency, the military, to lay and collect taxes. So how is it that Congress is passing legislation that deals with our personal lives, what we can or cannot put into our bodies, how we run our businesses, or who we can or cannot marry? These are personal, not national, issues. The question we must ask ourselves is how is Congress getting away with this?

Through the misinterpreted Interstate “Commerce Clause” and to a lesser extent the General Welfare Clause, Congress has forced their way into nearly every aspect of our lives. In Article one, section eight, the first line states "The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties,...pay the Debts and provide for the common Defense and general Welfare of the United States... “If you were to read on, the third line states "To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes." Congress, in tandem with the Supreme Court, has used these two lines to overextend the power granted to them by the Constitution.

Overreaching and overspending are not a recent phenomenon. Even our founders struggled with the dilemma of spending to improve the nation while staying within the confines of the Constitution. Both Jefferson and Madison entertained the idea of building roads through federal sponsorship. However, being strict constructionists, they knew this authority was not delegated to the federal government and an amendment would have to be enacted in order to proceed. In 1817, Madison himself was presented with the Bonus Bill, a bill which would have allocated money to the Federal government for the construction of roads and canals. He vetoed it. Despite the fact that he was in support of the bill's goals on a personal level, he could not allow such a deviation from the original intent of both the Interstate Commerce clause and the General Welfare Clause to be permitted.
In his response to the bill he wrote, “ ‘The power to regulate commerce among the several States’ cannot include a power to construct roads and canals, and to improve the navigation of water courses in order to facilitate, promote, and secure such commerce without a latitude of construction departing from the ordinary import of the terms strengthened by the known inconveniences which doubtless led to the grant of this remedial power to Congress...To refer the power in question to the clause ‘to provide for common defense and general welfare’ would be contrary to the established and consistent rules of interpretation, as rendering the special and careful enumeration of powers which follow the clause nugatory and improper. Such a view of the Constitution would have the effect of giving to Congress a general power of legislation instead of the defined and limited one hitherto understood to belong to them, the terms ‘common defense and general welfare’ embracing every object and act within the purview of a legislative trust..."

Essentially what Madison is saying here is that the terms “Interstate Commerce” and “General Welfare” are only used to explain why Congress was delegated the powers enumerated by the constitution and are not to be interpreted as separate powers in addition to the aforementioned, and to do so would grant Congress unlimited powers well beyond what the framers intended.

Now it is not only common place, but the accepted norm, that it is the authority of Congress and position of government to oversee every aspect of life in the name of "general welfare". In the federalist papers James Madison writes "The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite. The former will be exercised principally on external objects, as war, peace, negotiation, and foreign commerce; with which last the power of taxation will, for the most part, be connected. The powers reserved to the several States will extend to all the objects which, in the ordinary course of affairs, concern the lives, liberties, and properties of the people, and the internal order, improvement, and prosperity of the State." Could the intent of our founders be any clearer?
While the ill conceived programs such as Social Security, Medi-care, bailouts, and educational funding may be well meaning, they are illegal. None of these fall under the powers delegated to Congress and no amendments have been made to grant this authority. Federal laws on gun licensing, substance control and industry regulation are illegal as well. These are matters which were meant to be left to the states. When it comes to reining in this overreaching, there have been few, if any, times that the Supreme Court has not sided with Congress. This puts the American public at great risk, as it is the Supreme Court’s role to interpret our Constitution. If we cannot count on them to adhere to the vision our Founding Fathers had, who can we turn to?

Finally states have had enough of this Illegal government interference. To date, thirty-five states have declared their sovereignty. While this is a great start, it is not nearly enough. States need to begin refusing federal aid for matters that are the states' or individual's responsibilities. Recently, South Carolina’s Governor, Mark Sanford, refused $700 million in stimulus money. A federal judge has ordered him to take the money stating that "He (the Governor) did not have the authority to refuse." This is because he stood alone in his fight to shake off the yoke of federal funding, but if every state stood in solidarity, refusing federal funds, and by extension federal intrusion, it would send a clear and undeniable message of enough is enough. This is the only way to put credibility behind the states’ declarations of sovereignty. Granted it's not easy to refuse free money, but it's not really free is it? It was exchanged for state and individual freedoms. After all, what is Liberty if it is not the right to choose?

Two Great books we would suggest if you are more intersted on this topic.

Thomas Woods JR - Who Killed the Constitution?: The Fate of American Liberty from World War I to George W. Bush

Tom Mullen - A Return to Common Sense

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Constitution Class

Without knowing what the Constitution says, what it means, and what its purpose was. We will never know if our rigths and freedoms are being taken away by those in power. Take the time and watch the video below then pass it on to everyone you know.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Monday, May 18, 2009

Special Guest Interview - RJ Harris

Is he a Libertarian or a Republican?
Thursday, May 21st, Liberty Unleashed will be interviewing RJ Harris, a Republican Congressional candidate for 2010 in Okalahoma's fourth district. You might have seen him on Freedom Watch with Judge Napolitano. We want to know, is he really a Republican? How does he compare to Congressmen Ron Paul on the issues?

RJ Has served our country on three deployments: one for a peacekeeping mission in Korea and two for the Iraq war. Both of the war deployments were with the Army National Guard. He is part of the Retake Congress project and is running against incumbent Tom Cole. We will be discussing RJ's feelings on the war on terror, our new president and RJ’s run for congress in 2010.

Liberty Unleashed is an interactive, live political Internet talk-radio show; independent and free from the shackles of mainstream media. Hosted by Bryan and Bill, who provide you with alternative interpretations of events and news overlooked by mass media outlets. Liberty Unleashed airs Monday-Friday, 6-7 PM Eastern on Revolution Broadcasting.

http://www.libertyunleashed.com
http://www.rjharris2010.com
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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Liberty Unleashed Radio Show April 8, 2009

Once again Obama proves his own words correct when stating the difference between campaign rhetoric and the truth. Early claims to do away with warrantless wiretapping of American citizens were not only forgotten but made even less substantial when Obama declares even less accountability on the part of government agencies.

After sending a compromising photo of his girlfriend to her friends and family in an act of revenge, a Florida teen is found guilty of distributing child pornography and must register as a sex offender. Forcing Liberty Unleashed to give a civics lesson on the importance of the “Jury veto power”

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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Liberty Unleashed Radio show April 7th 2009

Those wacky Fusion centers are up to it again. In a report similar to the infamous MIAC report, where a Missouri fusion center grouped third party supporters and constitution enthusiasts with dangerous fringe militia, a Virginia fusion center now lists some of Americas oldest black colleges as “hot beds” of terrorist activity. Once again Fusion centers cast a broad net and simply label everyone inside a terrorist.
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Long time political activist, Lyndon LaRouche, claims that all of America’s financial problems can be blamed on Obama appointed Head of the National Economic Council, Larry Summers. LaRouche states that Obama need simply fire Summers in order to see his presidential approval rating rise again. Incidentally, Summers claims that radical libertarian economist Milton Friedman is his idol.
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That sucks! Michigan man gets caught having sex with carwash vacuum, gets 90 days and one hell of a hickie.
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Thursday, April 2, 2009

There Will Be (Hyper) Inflation

The demise of fiat-money regimes around the world has become unmistakable. They can only be kept alive by central banks creating ever greater amounts of base money and governments underwriting commercial banks' liabilities.
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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Political March Madness: Round Four

Give you vote today in the NPR March madness 2012 Republican Primary Tournament. Click here to cast your vote now! Lets go Ron Paul!!

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Letter to the IRS

Actual Letter to the Editor from the February 5th edition of the Wichita Falls , Texas Times Record News.

Dear IRS,

I am sorry to inform you that I will not be able to pay taxes owed April 15, but all is not lost.

I have paid these taxes: accounts receivable tax, building permit tax, CDL tax, cigarette tax, corporate income tax, dog license tax, federal income tax, unemployment tax, gasoline tax, hunting license tax, fishing license tax, waterfowl stamp tax, inheritance tax, inventory tax, liquor tax, luxury tax, Medicare tax, city, school and county property tax (up 33 percent last 4 years), real estate tax, social security tax, road usage tax, toll road tax, state and city sales tax, recreational vehicle tax, state franchise tax, state unemployment tax, telephone federal excise tax, telephone federal state and local surcharge tax,telephone minimum usage surcharge tax, telephone state and local tax, utility tax, vehicle license registration tax,capitol gains tax, lease severance tax, oil and gas assessment tax, Colorado property tax, Texas, Colorado,Wyoming, Oklahoma and New Mexico sales tax, and many more that I can't recall but I have run out of space and money.

When you do not receive my check April 15, just know that it is an honest mistake. Please treat me the same way you treated Congressmen Charles Rangle, Chris Dodd, Barney Frank and ex-Congressman Tom Dashelle and, of course, your boss Timothy Geithner. No penalties and no interest.

P.S. I will make at least a partial payment as soon as I get my stimulus check.

Ed Barnett
Wichita Falls

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Libertarianism Makes You Stupid - Response

I just read your article, and I find it strangely coincidental that you did not mention your own political affiliation. Nor did you offer any arguments as to why another party is superior. Was the purpose of your essay simply to discredit the Libertarian party? Was this done out of spite or with some other malicious intent?
I am an Independent, a constitutional moderate if one must be labeled, that co-hosts an internet radio show on a libertarian network. I am strongly against any party affiliation for I feel it undermines the political process to vote along party lines and not for the candidate you feel most accurately represents you. This being said, I have many unanswered questions in relation to the libertarian policies; what happens to children, the environment, ect.. However, I strongly align myself with them when it comes to the legislating of morality. Are we truly free in thought and action when the government, who according to the constitution is only there to preserve the rights that men are born with, dictates whom we should hire or what to do with our personal property? If for some reason I chose not to hire someone or refuse service, is that not my right? Having legislation forcing me to act in a certain way does not diminish my feelings on the subject and only exasperates the situation causing resentment for my government and whomever they forced me to hire. Here I am halfway through commenting on your slanderous essay and it dawned on me that it might be the case that you are ignorant of the constitution, the central document to the American way of life. Are you aware of the fact that it promises the people of the United States a republican form of government (article 4, section 4), that the Founders abhorred democracy?
“A democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where fifty-one percent of the people may take away the rights of the other forty-nine.” – Thomas Jefferson
In a republic, you can not vote on matters of private property, be that property; your body, land or business. This alone demonstrates the criminality of such laws as; the Civil rights act of 1964, minimum wage laws, any form of prohibition, the list goes on and on. You are correct in your assertion that the libertarian philosophy is imperfect, but at least they seek to address the gross overreaching perpetrated on the American people by the “two party system”’. Perhaps your readers may have been better served if you had included; Democrats are fascists who want to dictate how you spend your money and Republicans are fascists who want to dictate how you think. Wow, what do you know, the one party system consists of two groups of fascists that want to legislate morality! My stating that both parties are fascist may surprise you, however you cannot argue the point that both parties lie on the extreme left, in the field of totalitarinism where a centralized governing body exercises total control. Therefore, to close this response, I would just like to say I find it deeply disheartening to read such a one-sided article. Perhaps Congress can pass legislation to force you to present more than just one side of an argument even if that conflicts with your personal feelings and the purpose of your essay, oh wait; they are trying with the fairness act.
Please, feel free to contact me in defense of your article, and you are more than welcome to come on our show, North Virginia Patriots@ RestoretheRepublic.com M-F 6:00pm-7:00pm, just email me and we can set up the date.

Sincerely, William Morgan (a.k.a. Bill the Farmer)