Category Archives: Constitution

We Have All Of The Information That We Need: Tolerating More Political Crimes, Politicians, Agencies Within State & Federal Governments Is The Recipe For Self-Destruction

Americans have learned to magnify the crime, not the criminal, especially gun crimes, while ignoring political crimes
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America hears about the same political crimes and those who commit them. But those who tolerate them do a worse disservice.

Secession – does the Constitution forbid it?

Texas secession
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Freedom lovers in America now have started talking about secession for protecting their liberties. At minimum, they express a desire to “divorce” from their fellow Americans. For they have made a judgment that their fellow citizens have elected a tyrant and desire the tyranny. Of course, Entrepreneur Mike Lindell disputes that claim and accuses a foreign power of altering vote totals in all fifty States, not only to swing the election but also to pretend that the “victor” enjoys majority popular support when he does not. But suppose, as seems likely today, courts of competent jurisdiction continue to refuse to examine his evidence? What then? Shall freedom-loving people strive for secession, by either States from the Union or “the country” from “the city”? And: what does the Constitution have to say about secession?

Patience Pays; Inflation Steals

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Science suggests our current government is run by lower-achieving members of society. Ironic..

What Is the Federal Reserve? How It Works, What It Does, Why It Matters

One of the more telling scientific studies is that of the “marshmallow test.” You may have heard of it before. An adult tells a child that they can have one now, or in fifteen minutes have two. Then the adult leaves. The simple delay of gratification predicts higher future achievements. For most of those whose job it is to run the government—their actions suggest they picked one.

Amendment XXV, Biden, Harris, and Congress

Precursor to Amendment XXV - LBJ swearing in as blood-splattered Jackie looks on
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Joe Biden makes gaffe after gaffe that call into question his independence of thought and his cognitive ability. Some of the things he says make no sense; others make him sound like a loose cannon on the gundeck. Naturally this has fueled speculation that Kamala Harris intends to invoke Amendment XXV to become Acting President in his place. Some, including CNAV contributor Linda Goudsmit, say she intended this all along. Herewith an analysis of whether Vice-President Harris could do it and what it would involve. As readers will see, Congress – and more particularly the House and Senate Republican Conferences – would likely play a pivotal role.

Texit – the definitive list

Flag of Texas - or Texit
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Below is the definitive list of articles concerning Texit, or a Texas drive for independence. Obviously this list has grown too long to append to every article. Therefore one can read those articles here.

Breach of contract – grounds for Texit

Flag of Texas - or Texit
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The Texas Nationalist Movement is up against it. Their key bill, HB 1359, sits in the State Affairs Committee without even a hearing. Chairman Chris Paddie is chubbing this bill, and no mistake. So Dan Miller, head of the TNM, came up with a brilliant ploy. He is asking his followers to record three-minute “virtual testimonies” to add to his website. Next week he will stream all the testimonies on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and wherever else he can get an account. Herewith the “virtual testimony” of your editor, on a simple premise: the federal government is in breach of contract.

Conditioned to Comply

Confronting the Deception and the conditioning
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The elites who control or use Big Tech have conditioned large segments of the American public to throw away their liberty and even to deprive others of it.

I live in an occupied country

Occupied Tibet
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Hello this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today is Friday the 30th day of April in the year of our Lord 2021. I will be talking about how my perception right now is as if I live in a country occupied by a foreign and hostile force. I don’t mean a foreign nation but a foreign ideology. Which is foreign to everything I hold dear and everything I have believed in throughout my life. Yes, a foreign and hostile ideology occupies the halls of power, of education, of business, and of entertainment.

A call to all Paul Reveres far and wide

Paul Revere riding
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Paul Revere famously rode to warn local residents that the British were coming. Modern Paul Reveres must ride to warn that the Democrats are coming.

Texit – two bills to watch

Flag of Texas - or Texit
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Texit – the concept of Texas independence – has spawned at least one bill and can benefit from another. The Texas House Committee on State Affairs has both. Advocates for Texas independence seem to want to concentrate on one. But they dare not neglect the other.