President’s Message

Stu Rosenbaum ~ 14 May 2023

Part Two

In part one of my message I outlined the importance of each citizen knowing, and understanding—specifically the meaning of the words—the US Constitution. If a simple majority of US citizens truly understood our Constitution, the power brought back to “the People” would be immeasurable. Might there be some public servants or elected officials who have so perverted the meanings within this grand document that they unwittingly have violated the oath they swore to support and defend?

For reference, here is the oath of office taken by congressional members (House and Senate):

I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.

Let’s look at an example where the oath is not upheld. First, the oath states “that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion.” Have you ever heard a congressional member make a statement that the Constitution is “old” or “outdated” or “no longer applies”? What would that say about the congressman/woman or senator? Did they sincerely take the oath, or had they mental reservations all along? Had they achieved their political status with some purpose of eliminating the Constitution? If so, wouldn’t that be a false oath, or a violation of the oath they’d taken? Does that classify them as a domestic enemy? Would that not be an act of treason against the United States?

Earlier I’d quoted Albert Marrin, who coined the phrase “words have consequences.” We can stretch this to include “words read, written, or spoken but not understood have grave consequences.” If this occurs with one of our elected officials, are they truly acting in our best interest? If they don’t understand the words and meanings in the Constitution, fully, then we must assert that their oath is not genuine and, as well, that they likely didn’t understand the words and meanings of the oath itself.

I don’t want to bash politicians and accuse too many of “treason” just because they didn’t understand EXACTLY what it is they swore to “support and defend.” However, as their employers, we have an obligation to ensure that they are now fully indoctrinated and that nothing is misunderstood about the words and phrases comprising our highest establishing principles as a nation. In doing so, we can eventually ferret out the real traitors from the ones with good intentions but poor comprehension.

You can count my words here as defining yet another purpose for our group, Not On Our Watch (NOOW), which aligns with the purpose of every patriotic American. Knowing, supporting, and defending the Constitution of the United States isn’t a left or right issue—it’s an all-of-us issue! Remember, how can you know who to employ to protect your interests in these matters if you yourself don’t know specifically what the policies are? That’s what our Constitution is: the most senior policy of our nation. All of us should take an oath to protect and defend it.

Part One

What stands between your liberty and total slavery?

What is it about our country that has afforded such an opportunity to follow our dreams, achieve our goals, and essentially live without great peril? Why is that so many of us, Americans and foreigners alike, have referred to the US as the greatest nation in the history of planet Earth? Is it our beautiful landscapes, our economic power, our military might, our cutting-edge technology, or our fanciful Hollywood celebrities? Why have so many gone to great lengths to immigrate to this country—whether legally or not—to live, to work, to build a future, and to raise a family?

Perhaps all the things I mentioned above are contributing factors to what makes the USA great, along with the reality that there’s no other nation on Earth that has provided such fertile ground for citizens or residents to sow seeds of prosperity for themselves and their future generations. Compare the USA with all other nations; and although there are many that believe in the concept of liberty, few have embraced liberties as realizable as those in the United States.

All these remarkable aspects of our country are nothing more than the fruits blossoming on branches of the grand tree of our society whose seeds were planted by an ideal: “Liberty and Justice for all.” If we analyze this back to its roots, we might see that these seeds were no less than the words inscribed on the golden parchment known as the United States Constitution.

Historian, professor, and author Albert Marrin once quipped that “words have consequences.” In reference to our nation’s very existence, nothing could be truer. For it is these words, crafted into sentences, drafted on parchment, that give weight and meaning to the essence of our existence. All public officials swear an oath to these words; all military ranks in all branches swear an oath to these words; all federal employees swear this oath. The document’s preamble even begins with the words “We the People . . .” With this fact, would it not stand to reason that every US citizen perhaps should take the same oath?

For reference, here is the preamble to the US Constitution:

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

As “We the People” infers that we—all citizens of the United States—have ordained and established our Constitution, would it not be incumbent upon each of us to know in detail what we have in fact ordained to create our Constitution? In other words, would it not be our civic duty to know and truly understand what the Constitution says, as well as the circumstances surrounding its creation? After all, it’s these precise words that hold together the fabric of our nation and the liberties we seek to protect from tyranny. Conversely, would it not be the lack of such knowledge that opens the door to a forfeiture of these liberties, further opening the door to our own enslavement?

Every citizen needs to know the Constitution and the specific meanings of the very words that have paved the road and continue to be the boundaries of all of the greatness that the United States represents.

President’s Message

Stu Rosenbaum ~ 20 Feb 2023

I’m sure you’ve heard the biblical phrase “The truth will set you free.” Good people live by it daily, as a motto. But apparently there are those that didn’t receive the memo; and although we should be referring to them with four-letter words, most of them have only three: CDC, FDA, NIH, DHS, FBI, WHO. The truth not only does not set members of these tri-lettered cabals free, but it truly annoys them. Remember the name of that infamous Al Gore documentary An Inconvenient Truth? To these pseudo-government agencies, the only truth for them is that all truths are inconvenient.

“Safe and effective, Stop the spread, Masks work, COVID misinformation, The border is secure, Transient inflation,” and other such nonsense made up to deflect truth seekers from finding what the real woke (and by that, I mean awakened) populace have concluded: Agencies within our government have been hijacked to serve other private-interest masters. Call them what you may—Big Tech, Pfizer, the World Economic Forum, the Chinese Communist Party, the world’s central banks—the truth we know is that our country is being stolen from us with the end goal of enslaving (or killing) most of us.

Planetary suppression on populations is becoming so vast, so rapidly, that it seems unconfrontable. But let’s not allow the bad guys to have their victory. There are far more good guys, and when the good guys muster forces, they are victorious. The globalists’ plans are tenuous at best. We’re witnessing more and more TRUTH coming forward—even breaking through onto major networks. In part, we can thank Elon Musk for putting the spotlight on Twitter. Only God knows if Elon spent $44 billion just to throw a wrench in someone’s sinister plans. “How dare he insist there be freedom of speech!”

It’s an all-out war right now for the soul of humanity, with numerous battles being fought on multiple fronts. But if you follow the news (from sources that still report it), then you see heroes every day that do confront evil forces and foil their plans. This all comes down to a strategy. How do we, in our states, counties, and cities, derail our derailers? We organize. We educate. We activate. And we emancipate. We start by acting together. One such area we can do this is in the topic of medical freedom legislation. And we make our states into firewalls. We name what we want and we demand our legislators deliver; for, after all, there’s still our Constitution, and we’re still a nation of laws with the rights of states.

Laws are only brought to bear by special interests, and believe you me, our interests are SPECIAL. Join us in the task of making Florida a firewall state, with medical freedom laws that wall us off from the illegal and corrupt dictates of our run-amuck federal government. We start here, and in this case, we won’t stop the spread! Join us, get active, wear your citizen hat, and let’s take back our nation.