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e are a national coalition of activists that, as a human rights organization, serve our communities by proposing legislative reforms, systemic overhauls, and general policy fixes that are designed to improve our social, political, education and economic systems. And, to provide for a better future for all Americans—free-thinkers--we fight to preserve the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness! But we don't stop there. In our striving to assure that all Americans enjoy a full and healthy life; one where no one is enslaved by doctrines, political systems, or slippery theologies that only lead back to an age of tyranny—we UNITE to right the wrong. We work to assure that those who are employed in civil and public service positions maintain a high degree of integrity and devotion to their service, rather than purely the amount of money they make or the benefits they receive upon their retirement. Civil service requires passion, perseverance and stamina. We do this because we believe in the human soul. Unfortunately, that fat cat called "inflation" continues to spit in our faces every day, so our lives become more about our worth in dollars and cents, rather than by our potentials and contributions to our humanity--to the human race. Our labors are long and arduous because we permit our obligations to run our lives. Far too many of us have never been able to find the true formula for happiness because we're so obsessed with "improving" our lifestyles that we lose touch with our souls.

Let's take a look at the types of things that inspire our activist nature. Given our current systems, too many seniors are suffering from debilitating illnesses that take time to heal, but if the right health insurance plan isn't in place, the illness could remain "not cured" and people die. Family members die! The costs for healthcare are enormous, because healthcare is a system of pure science, so it's critical and prudent for us to push healthy living throughout all of our public systems. Healthcare is a huge problem in America, and I believe that too many people have entered that industry--not because of empathy, or even sympathy, but they do it just to "make good money." Experience is the only "expert" I need to hear from right now. There seems to be a killer disease on the loose...  It's called: "GREED." Our economic system is killing our passions--one by one--because our burdens are heavy and the carrying consumes our time. There are many other issues we'd like to address here on the site, so if the truth in any "issue" is important to you, or any issue presented here is in question, then the truth can only be found by a caring people willing and able to look and to speak out. Americans who are willing to take action! That my friend is you!

Public education is in big trouble, as our individual potentials in liberty alone are being desecrated by slippery political agendas that border on criminal intent, selfish philosophical doctrines that insult the true meaning of teamwork, or insane OCD worship rituals encouraged by some of our churches /religions that only serve to tear us all apart. We are seeing more and more small non-profits emerging, organized as agencies devoted to alleviating social or human tragedy, but their budgets emerge from tax payer resources somehow, and the actual results of the mission is lost, because the effort isn't worth the money. We all struggle to carve out an honest living, a decent way of life.

We've all seen abuses transpiring within law enforcement operations around the Nation recently, yet we seem to take a "wait and see" position. Can we afford to lose lives like this so easily—so needlessly? It seems to me that we've all adopted the wait and see attitude because we're taught to "trust the law" and that the law is what keeps us civilized. But the law is not perfect. We witness major crimes transpiring within our own communities, yet many of us remain silently in the shadows, because we know that our system of justice isn't always right, and in that, we have good reason to fear for our lives. We've lost touch with life's greatest pleasures because of our consumerist lifestyles, and because the fatigue of it all we can become lazy and negligent. If we're not careful, we will remain stuck in that cycle hoping that tomorrow will be a better day, for the rest of our lives, as that 'better day' never arrives. Meanwhile, so many of life's splendors go untouched or unseen. 

The greatness of the human Spirit has diminished because we've allowed a system of sloppy indoctrination to take hold of our aspirations. We are cheating ourselves out of comprehending the greatness of our nation because of the diminished respect for our constitution and our willingness to fix the system has become a task that is overrun by our personal burdens / emotional frustration.

Our Goals

First and foremost is that we are Americans, and we all have a Right to be Heard, not just by our justice system, but by every administration under our employ. We want that right respected, and for anyone under our employ who cannot respect that right, we want their employment terminated. Since so many of us recognize the existing economic realities that spell anything but 'balanced,' we need to act to implement a fail-safe economic recovery plan, keep it in the family, and then make it law. Even though our large corporations do many good things, there is a downside to conglomerates, and that's what's stifling progress and prosperity for the individual. From the micro-cosm to the macro-verse of economic entanglement, America's genuine free enterprise is nearly gone—because government and big corporations own everything. Global Business! It's brought us closer to communism than we can realize. It's accepted as a necessary evil, right? Mom and pop shops don't stand a chance. Mass buying and distribution? Faulty products with no available origin. No one to hold accountable? There is a fix, but will America embrace the necessary changes? We have a government system where one politician rams it up someone else's ass for the sake of notoriety and vengeance. A Congress seeking to impeach a President. A President the voting majority of people put into office. And now, a Congress more occupied by hate than by the good of our nation's people. 

The spectrums of politics and economics are nearly infinite, and finding the right solutions for the effects of its negative impact is a skill learned only by experience. Unfortunately, good or bad, right or wrong, they exist together in this life. So, the trick is to make the right choices, the choices best suited for our local economy, and assuring that the quality assurance driving the human experience is encouraged. Global markets have sucked the life right out of us. Consumerism is at its worst because we spend a great deal of our money on defective products, needless trinkets, or toys that make our lives more interesting. Or, we fall prey to money scams from abroad. Cheap and flimsy products are apparently acceptable to us, when the marketing attached is awesome to consumers! THE BRAND! The labels! The persona!

Why do we tolerate or accept this?

Many of us want to make reforms to our healthcare, education and employment systems so that they are fair and helpful to everyone, but can we predict all complications threatening those systems? I believe we must first find and implement inflationary prevention mechanisms to stop the parasitical nature of our own livelihoods. We must stop the bleeding, and then reinvent our consumerist American lifestyles to better reflect a people who strive and thrive upon living and loving a meaningful life. Perhaps, recognizing that our humanity and our dreams are worthy of being shared, freely without a doubt, I believe, is another one of our biggest obstacles. We listen. We learn. We analyze. We judge. We Act!

We need to make reforms to our criminal justice systems, and assure that civil laws cannot be a means of circumventing the Spirit of our Constitution to impose punishments or unfair burdens upon those who've made past mistakes, or by using ex-post-facto natured laws deemed "civil" by emotionally disturbed human beings in government positions to circumvent our individual protections--to further imprison. 

We want to revamp our education systems so that the journey in academia for each and every American fits the needs and prospective health of each and every student in America. No one should be stuck in a career without having a passion for it, so our education system should not be so constrained by the micro managers. We want education to nurture a love for human life, respect for teamwork and civics once again, and for the love of life, itself, so our children's children will be able to tackle and overcome whatever adversities may come their way. So that our planet and all life living upon it experience life's intended purpose and experience the full range of the human condition.

Goal 1:  Collect the Issues to identify patterns and anomalies.

Goal 2:  Evidence:  philosophically, psychologically, and done in the spirit of anthropological and with human compassion driving the effort.

Goal 3:  Evidence:  philosophically, psychologically, and done in the spirit of anthropological and with human compassion driving the effort.

Goal 4:  Resolution:  teams, foot-soldiers, backers and supporters.

Goal 5:  Take Action

Our Beliefs / Out Principles / Our Mission

We all realize that our education systems are not neutral, but are inherently politically motivated, as they continue to influence prevailing views and beliefs of our society. And, while our perspectives of human rights are increasingly distorted through partisan infighting, hate speech and organized criminals operating in mainstream media, and supported throughout our governance, our values as Americans are desecrated. Our government is able to promote any agenda through the creation or regulating of curriculum in our public schools, which is sometimes, a shortcut for political criminals conducting psychological operations on the masses. Instead of being taught to think autonomously, our educational institutions, by their very nature and structure serve to enclose the mindset of our children within an established system of discourse and behavior. Unfortunately, that system is often filled with distortions and lies by those polluting or contaminating of America's children. Our socio-political principles and "ideals" are being manipulated by criminals.

In this day and age, the majority of our people may be incapable of separating their personal feelings from the general will. This is something we believe to be born of a contaminated media agenda. And, with years of planned conditioning throughout the republic with an ever tightening grip on our financial lives, it's getting more and more difficult to be motivated and be able to enjoy our lives. The media is also being used as a tool of domination, transmitting information that is designed to shape public opinion, which makes us wonder how many atrocities can we handle in our lives. The ordinary meaning of words and ideas the media relays to us has often been pre-established--so as to plant the seed of being either right or wrong. Social engineering by those in power--and to greater extents--by "committee." These things continue to diminish the greatness of our Nation and its people.  Because of this reality, most people will be partial to mainstream thinking and critical of any opposition, looking at opposing ideas in terms of how they have been socialized to view them. This, we believe, needs to be better managed.

These are the things we'd like to change. These are also the things that give us our mission. The Constitution of the United States of America was preceded by our Declaration of Independence, and the mind-sets that created them had evolved from lifetimes of tyranny.

The American Constitution provided for a society of free people, that is, free thinkers with an open government, a government that does not discriminate, or act prejudicially against individuals or engage in persecutory behaviors against any group of law abiding citizens. We are appalled by the fact that religious doctrines and other cultural deprivations continue to be imposed on us through questionable legislation. These things are exactly why our constitution forbade our government from respecting religion. The separation of church and state is a command upon the Government, not our people. People are free to worship as they choose. We do not respect the philosophy that makes the expression of religious ideologies unlawful for "civilians" within our public school systems.

In Conclusion

The truth isn’t easy to comprehend in our world today because our perspectives have been contaminated by social trends—the marketing of un-American values and doctrines. In a sense, that’s what’s leading to our economic and social suicide. Our desires and quests for supremacy is about nothing more than an insecurity. Not just as a nation, or even humanity as a whole, but each of us as individuals.

“The duty of youth is to challenge corruption.” But do it in the spirit of compassion and goodness.

“For us to sin by silence when we should protest, makes cowards of men.”

“Silence becomes cowardice when occasion demands speaking out the whole truth and acting resolute.” Justice may wear a blindfold. But man should never wear a muzzle.

“A patriot must always be ready to defend his country against his government.” But never enter that posture armed with lies, deceit and selfishness.