We have an excellent opportunity to keep the subject of the Restoring Constitutional Governance Initiative in the papers. Please go to the link below and make a comment in the paper's comment section. It would be great if we could overwhelm the website with activity. It would be even better if we could get a dozen or so letters to the editor, so please write those letters. This is the network in action......Rob T.
Your View: NDAA sections threaten freedom
Are Americans safe from the threat of indefinite detention and should local representatives do something to ensure the right to trial?
The Department of Defense’s budget is funded with the annual passage of The National Defense Authorization Act. With each year’s passing Congress adds more provisions to the law, compounding the already controversial nature of its intent. In 2012, Congress added Sections 1021 and 1022 to the bill, which codified the indefinite military detention without charge or trial of citizens
for the first time in American history.
The application of the “law of war” covers all U.S. citizens. The law purports to reaffirm the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF), which was a poor substitute for a legitimate declaration of war for the invasion of Afghanistan.
Response from Larry Campbell editor of The World Newspaper
Sent: Thu 11/21/13 7:25 AM
To: Tom McKirgan (email@example.com); Rob Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Re: Pile On! Oath Keepers Activist Alert: Oregon Carries The Ball All I can say is, Wow!
But this is what the OP-ED page is for. All we want to do here is try to give everyone a chance to make their point. That’s only fair. Thanks for sharing the link. I’m glad to see the volume of comments it’s generated.
From Tom McKirgan
On 11/20/13 7:40 PM, "Tom McKirgan" <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear Mr. Campbell,
Thank you for publishing the oped article on our behalf. In fairness, I thought that I should share this with you. I apologize for not responding earlier. It's been quite hectic as you can imagine. I just wanted to share this with you to reveal how determined we are as a nation against the unconstitutional NDAA that threatens the constitutional rights of every single American.
The following may please you to read.
Comment from an Oath Keeper:
"Please do go read the whole article and then draw your pen and leave a comment thanking The World for publishing it and thanking Oregon Oath Keepers for keeping Ignorance at bay in Coos Bay. A thousand comments by our side will send a grave message to some replaceable City Councilmen."
"Thanks to The World for its courage, passion & loyalty to Truth, our Constitutions & Bill of Rights."
Again Larry, thank you for publishing our concerns.
This is to protect your constitutional rights as well.
The article looks real good. Thanks for taking care of it. I wanted to share this email blast that went out to about 150,000 plus people.
RCGI---Open Letter to OR State Representative Wayne Krieger
RCGI---Douglas and Lane County Lobby our Senators against NDAA
RCGI---The Jim Bice Radio Show with Stewart Rhodes founder of Oath Keepers
ATF---It’s time to submit comments on proposed NFA rule changes!
RCGR----The New NDAA will cost YOU $5,700
RCGR---Legislative Defense Manual
If You Value Your Liberties, Stay Out of Coos Bay, Oregon!
RCGR---Coos Bay City Council Rejects Promise of Federalism and Oath
City of Coos Bay---City Council Meeting Votes to adopt RCGR September 17, 2013
RCG Resolution Against the NDAA 2012----Updated 9/7/2013
Obama administration hiding info on targeted killings of Americans - senator
THE U.N. & LOCAL AGENDA 21
THE U.N. & AGENDA 21: