Americans fought a war to end slavery. Will we have to fight to resist becoming slaves?
Free Press, by Alan Caruba, Sunday, February 2, 2014 Canada
February 1st was National Freedom Day. It commemorates
signing of the House and Senate resolution that later became the 13th
signed the Amendment outlawing slavery on February 1, 1865. Lincoln
Short of another Civil War, Americans have reached a point verging on the loss of their Constitutional freedoms as ever before. The issue then was slavery, but Americans are rapidly moving toward having their Bill of Rights annulled by a President intent on ruling as a despot, making them slaves of a regime that rules as he wishes, ignoring the Constitution and Congress.
His actions have been supported by the Democratic members of Congress and because Republicans only control the House they have seen their legislative efforts to oppose the regime blocked, often by one man, Harry Reid, the Senate Majority Leader. The nation’s media with few exceptions have supported or ignored the President’s actions.
Why is this happening? A brief review of the means put forth in Saul Alinski’s “Rules for Radicals”, written by a “community organizer”, outlines what Obama is doing as he seeks to turn
socialist state. It is a process that progressives/liberals have been pursuing
since early in the last century. America