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Declaration of The Dissolution of Government

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This Friday, most of us will be celebrating our independence and freedom. Not many remember that the spark which started the greatest experiment in history, was the Declaration of Independence, signed January 18, 1777.  Does that Declaration still hold true today? Has there been a recurrence of similar "injuries and usurpations" by recent presidents? Congresses? The unlawfull actions of whom have been sworn to and upheld by their Courts?
In this episode we'll be comparing that famous declaration of 1777 with a lessor known declaration, but this one just might become as famous. The Declaration of Dissolution of Government  by Gary Hunt, has been mentioned several times on another TVFMontana show, The Montana Republic that airs every Tuesday night. In case you missed the July 1 episode, you might want to check out the pod cast.

You can also view the Declaration of Independence, The U.S. Constitution as well as other interesting historical facts here  The Citizens Rule Book.

So join us this Independence Day Eve. Lets talk freedom vs tyranny and shoot off some real fireworks.