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Threats to Citizen, State, and National Sovereignty in the Lame Duck Session

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Join our guests Arlen Williams from Gulag Bound, the host Robert Jetter, Jr. and panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Founder of Overpasses for America James Neighbors, & Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, with contributor Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and you stay on the line. Join our Round Table Discussion.

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Arlen is the founder and executive director of The Sovereignty Campaign, (SovCam.org) an organization of America's Sovereign Citizenry which vets and rates candidates to Congress and the Presidency, on America's core issues of popular and national sovereignty, which are so severely under attack at this moment.  He also founded and coordinates the publishing of the Webzine, Gulag Bound.

Our discussion includes:

  • How much our politics improved on election night
  • Threats to citizen, state, and national sovereignty in the lame duck session
    • Amnesty
    • Fast track negotiation (TPP, etc.)
    • FCC and multinational takeover of Internet regulation
    • UN Small Arms Treaty (even if unratified)
  • What the Sovereignty Campaign is doing now and into the next legislative session
  • Why citizen sovereignty under God (including under highest principles for agnostics) is the core of authentic politics -- the reason we have a natural law (constitutional) republic
  • Agenda 21 encroachment in its various ways
  • What the 2nd Amendment is really about
  • The very suspicious Kenyan vaccine crisis

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