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WHO Cares What The UN Thinks? Not AZ Governor Brewer

On August 28, I published an article entitled “Obama Surrendering US Sovereignty To UN?“. I was hoping what appeared to be the unconstitutional subjection of the United States to review by an outside government would garner attention beyond that paid by the Heritage Foundation. I was not disappointed. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer definitely noticed. She […] Continue reading

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“Your Body IS Your ID” The Book-Smash the Surveillance Society!

“A surveillance society must be in place before the government can have absolute power over us, the citizens” –from “Your Body Is Your ID”
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Obama Surrendering US Sovereignty To UN?

The Obama Administration recently submitted a report on the United States to the United Nation’s Human Rights Council for the “Universal Periodic Review”. Does the President have the authority to subject the United States to review of an outside entity? Is the President undermining our sovereignty? Continue reading

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Tom Cole, The Aspen Institute and the Sovereign United States: Irreconcilable Differences

July 21, 2010 By Kaye Beach ladyaxiom@yahoo.com http://www.AxXiomforLiberty.com I am probably not alone in noticing that our “Representative” form of government does not seem to be as representative as it should be. As always, I want to know why. … Continue reading

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AxXiom for Liberty July 16,2010 Show Notes: Privately Funded Travel for Congress, Tom Coleand the Aspen Institute (for Humanistic Studies)

Privately Funded Travel for Congress Opinions on privately sponsored trips range from enthusiasm to skepticism to outright disapproval. While some lawmakers and sponsors say the trips promote understanding, some government watchdog groups say they give… Continue reading

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