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"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. —

That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,—That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it..."
- The preamble to the Declaration of Independence

This country was founded on the simple yet powerful principles listed above. The Founding Fathers created a government, whose central purpose was to recognize and protect these unalienable rights and the individual liberties that stem from them. This government was founded by and for the people, not to rule its citizens but to be ruled by them. Those who would be elected to serve their republic would be just that, public servants, whose job it was to represent their constituents, their interests, and their freedoms. This grand country, The United States of America, the first of its kind, was created to offer equality and justice for all, freedom for all who would come unto her, and hope for those who would have none.
Today, our rights, liberties, property, and privacy are continuously attacked and revoked by those who have sworn to uphold them. The small-government that was originally founded in 1789 has become a machine of astounding size and control. Those elected to serve us are now our "elites" and the government we are supposed to rule now rules us...
Along the way, we handed away more and more of our freedom, we lost control of our monetary system, our free-market capitalist system has morphed into corporatism, we've lost all privacy in the name of "safety," and the transparent government which we are entitled to has been hidden behind the curtain of corruption
Our country has been cleverly divided by the illusion of a two-party system. A system that the first president warned of by saying that it "agitates the community with ill-founded jealousies and false alarms, kindles the animosity of one part against another, foments occasionally riot and insurrection." In short, he predicted the party system would divide and eventually destroy the nation they had won by way of revolution... 
President Washington was correct.
The Democrats and Republicans have not only failed us but they have successfully created the narrative that they are are the only option and rightful rulers. What the majority of American's don't understand is this; they are two sides of the same coin pitting Americans against one another. 
Both parties and its members have made a mockery of our founding principles and documents, created and pushed endless wars, created trillions upon trillions in debt by way of theft, expanded the illegitimate authority of the state, and have continually spied on and killed us - to cite a few problems. 
All of this to be said, we need an ideological revolution
Not a revolution to burn down our foundations, but one to move closer to the principles that created this nation. I speak of two principles in particular;

The Non-Aggression Principle and The Principle of Consent. 
The State operates on the assumption of power over the people and usurps this obscene supposition through means of aggression and violence. To put it as directly as possible this assumed authority is invalid and immoral.  Our revolution must be one of seizing ownership of ourselves and embracing a society built upon voluntary interaction, consent and sincere tolerance and respect.
The state has done nothing but create problems, sow division, lie, steal, and cheat the American people. It is time to overcome the state and defeat the machine by returning power back to the people.
I'd like to be the first to welcome you to Liberty Uninterrupted and invite you to join the movement of embracing voluntaryism, restoring respect for mutual consent, and seizing the power to live our lives as we see fit. 
This is just the beginning,

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