Restore America's Mission

That government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish!

Our Beliefs, Mission, and Goal

Beliefs:

The Declaration of Independence expresses the fundamental  values of all people, and the United States Constitution formed a Republic to protect those fundamental values against unrestrained government intervention.

 

Mission:

Promote the values expressed in the Declaration of Independence and preserve our republic as established by the United States Constitution.

 

Goal:

To hold government - at all levels - accountable to the people!
 


Quotable Quote

“Property must be secured or liberty cannot exist.” - John Adams


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What‘s Next?

Now that BHO has decreed that deportations will cease and work permits and other privileges of legal immigration will be granted to those who chose to enter our country illegally what’s next?In less…Continue

Tags: tax, and, West, of, the

Started by Dr. Robert Owens in Constitutional Discussions 8 hours ago.

Impeach President Obama Why When Where and How

In America today just like in Lake Woebegone every child is above average and every child gets a trophy.  We may score low in…Continue

Tags: aliens, illegal, impeachment, executive, orders

Started by Dr. Robert Owens in Constitutional Discussions Nov 22.

Enough is Too Much Already!

The recent elections delivered the most crushing defeat a political Party has suffered since Ronald Reagan’s 1984 Forty-nine state landslide.  Democrats were rejected by every voting block…Continue

Tags: pullout, Iraq, ISIS, McConnell, Afghanistan

Started by Dr. Robert Owens in Constitutional Discussions Nov 15.

Thoughts on the Coming Election

The Progressives in both parties may be the establishment now but they have always been and continue to be revolutionaries seeking to turn the American dream into a socialist nightmare.Since the…Continue

Tags: sustainability, 21, Strategy, master, plan

Started by Dr. Robert Owens in Restore America's Mission Now! Oct 31.

Blog Posts

The Benghazi Coalition Victory! Select Committee Approved!

Our coalition letter from January.

It is good to re-read this letter in context with the Benghazi revelations and for a select committee.



“To the living we owe respect. To the dead we owe the truth.” –Voltaire

Dear Speaker Boehner,

We write to express our grave concern over the failure of the House of Representatives to extract the truth from the Obama administration concerning the attack on our diplomatic and intelligence facilities in Benghazi, Libya; and, the brutal… Continue

Posted by David Wallace on May 2, 2014 at 8:27pm

DOES THE HERALD MAIL LOVE TO HATE THE TEA PARTY?

I am writing in response to the Apr 2nd Letter to the Editor that was published in the Herald Mail, titled “Of course the tea party is biased against the president” by Rodney Guessford. See http://tinyurl.com/hmandteaparty . This is just one of the many op-eds, editorials, and Feedback column anti-TEA Party comments that I have had to refute since the campaign season has started to heat up. However, I have only been able to provide rebuttals mostly… Continue

Posted by Lynda Givens Evans on April 4, 2014 at 12:47pm

TIM ROWLAND SHOULD JUST STOP WRITING ABOUT POLITICS

   Hit and Run Rowland (HR2) has struck again in a column entitled "Republican male politicians, just stop talking about women", attacking the Party of which he falsely claims to belong (in the full sense of the word belong). I call him HR2 because he writes mostly negative inflammatory pieces about Conservative individuals and the Republican Party, then he hides refusing to answer comments or engage in a discussion.  He rarely writes about…

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Posted by Lynda Givens Evans on January 28, 2014 at 8:39pm

DEFENSELESS

    I have been asked to say a few words at a gun rally in Annapolis in two days. Unfortunately, I am experiencing flu symptoms and I am not sure that I will be able to make it. I've been thinking about what I want to say because, as I told the person who asked me to speak, I am not an experienced gun owner. I have only one gun that I purchased less than a year ago. As a TEA Party person, my entire argument against the recent attack on the 2nd Amendment is just that...a constitutional issue.…

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Posted by Lynda Givens Evans on January 17, 2014 at 11:07pm — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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How Thanksgiving became this national holiday

Giving thanks at the end of the growing season before the onset of a harsh winter has been a tradition in many societies around the world throughout the ages. Among the first in North America was the 1621 feast at Plymouth colony when the Wampanoag Indians helped mark the first successful harvest of those undocumented alien from the Mayflower.

About 90 Indians and 53 Pilgrims gathered at the first event. It's unclear who were the hosts and who the guests. But the pot luck meals included wild fowl, venison, corn and that traditional favorite, eel. Since the event was several years before the Detroit Lions began playing a football game on every Thanksgiving Day, the convivial eating went on for not one, not two, but three whole days.

This was also the beginning of the American tradition that men -- Pilgrim, Indian and all kinds since -- do not help much with the post-feast clean-up.

During the Revolutionary War, the Continental Congress recommended thanksgiving days to the various states for the "many signal favors of Almighty God." George Washington proclaimed one after the 1777 victory at Saratoga and then a general thanksgiving as a new nation in 1789.

It wasn't until 1863 that a national Thanksgiving Day became official and annual. The Civil War was far from over. Sarah Josepha Hale, the 74-year-old editor of a women's magazine, had written numerous presidents suggesting a national thanksgiving over the years. She got no response, until Abraham Lincoln saw her missive in September of 1863 suggesting a "day of our annual Thanksgiving (be) made a National and fixed Union Festival."

Lincoln not only responded. He made the day lasting and official for the last Thursday of November, a day that Americans celebrate to this day, literally. Lincoln's proclamation came in the meticulous handwriting of William Seward, the Secretary of State who would go on to fame -- or infamy -- as the "Hey, let's buy Alaska from the bankrupt Russians" fellow. The $7.2 million purchase price was about two cents per acre.

"The year that is drawing towards its close," Lincoln's proclamation proclaimed, "has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come, others have been added, which are of so extraordinary a nature, that they cannot fail to penetrate and soften even the heart which is habitually insensible to the ever watchful providence of Almighty God.

"In the midst of a civil war of unequaled magnitude and severity, which has............

Obama Taking Hard Line, Blows Up Bipartisan Tax Deal

The White House move this week to torpedo a deal between House Republicans and Senate Democrats to extend dozens of expiring tax breaks suggests that the executive action legalizing 5 million unauthorized immigrants may have been no fluke: Compromise appears to be near the bottom of President Obama's agenda for his last two years in office. Despite -- or perhaps because of -- the Republican wave election that capsized Democrats' Senate

EPA Smog Rules: Costly Regulation To Hit Rural Areas

Does Missaukee County, Michigan, really have a dangerous air pollution problem? The 574-square-mile region, nestled in the northwestern part of the state's lower peninsula, is home to all of 15,000 people. Its economy consists mainly of Christmas tree, dairy and livestock farms, and summer vacationers. The nearest "cities" are Cadillac to the west (population 10,281), and Grayling to the northeast (population 1,863). Yet new smog

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