Abuse of the law has always been the single greatest threat to the nation. Impeaching them is long overdue.
The GOOD FOR THE COUNTRY Foundation is now a 501(c)(3) tax exempt education organization. The Foundation joins the ranks of Patriotic Philanthropy Organizations to educate in the public interest.
Author and feature columnist John Longenecker is in his third year on the web with his patriotic essays feature, Good For The Country, addressing various issues of adversity to personal sovereignty across all political lines. This new Foundation cranks up the wattage and footprint for this now through multi-media of podcast, broadcast, commentary, video, commercial advertising, talkradio and more. The Foundation works to show how abuse of due process pushes aside liberty and citizen authority under color of fighting anger and violence – and how due process and follow-through can meet it all.
"Americans love to cooperate if they think it will help," Longenecker mentions, "But, too often, they come to see how the program delivered was not the program as advertised, and the anti-violence programs now fight for their lives at the expense of personal freedom."
"Most of the well-intentioned programs in our society began claims of finding hate and violence within our anchor institutions," Longenecker observes. "As these themselves now tend to intimidate, punish and hide personal authority and independence to the detriment of the nation, their original mission is abandoned, and they now depend on adversity to point to merely to survive," Longenecker elaborates.
Longenecker charges that, under our system, Personal Liberty is more than sufficient to handle crime and hate, as anti-crime, anti-violence and anti-hate programs have become predatory, self-dealing interests now hiding liberty. The liberty message makes the connection of Original Intent at the nation's inception, Personal Authority in law, and Personal Liberty to modern times to impeach these predatory practices as quite unnecessary. The Founding Fathers anticipated this very kind of abuse of process in any age as the single greatest threat to the nation.
"It will be the application of genuine due process that meets and answers them."
"One question comes to mind for all of these: is this where hate and crime are fought? It is not," Longenecker answers, "The insistent, predatory nature of many immortal programs obfuscates personal authority, pushes it out of the way, erases it from U.S. History and common sense values. This practice profoundly and adversely impacts family, workplace, campus, community services, disaster recovery, parenting, defense of the nation and more."
The only solution is making the Original Intent /Authority connection into one liberty message – the things hidden by so many of our anchor institutions. Fully aware of how liberty and personal authority are hidden, the organization’s education motto is You never know who may be hearing the liberty message for the very first time.
And that would be good for the country.
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You never know who may be hearing the liberty message for the very first time.