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The Age Of Reason, by Thomas Paine (1794)
http://www.infidels.org/library/historical/thomas_paine/age_of_reason/intro.html

To my fellow Citizens of the United States of America, I put the following work under your protection. It contains my opinion upon Religion. You will do me the justice to remember, that I have always strenuously supported the Right of every Man to his own opinion, however different that opinion might be to mine. He who demies to another this right, makes a slave of himself to his present opinion, because he precludes himself the right of changing it.
The most formidable weapon against errors of every kind is Reason. I have never used any other, and I trust I never shall.
Your affectionate friend and fellow citizen, Thomas Paine
Luxembourg, 8th Pluvoise,
Second Year of the French Republic, one and indivisable.
January 27, O.S. 1794
The Bill of Rights
Articles I - X
by The AWARE Group (02/01/2002)
The first Ten Articles of Amendment to the Constitution, collectively known as the "Bill of Rights", were proposed by the First Congress of the United States and submitted to the States September 25, 1789. Here are some explanations, history, and intent for each article and section.
The Complete Works of Robert Green Ingersoll
http://www.infidels.org/library/historical/robert_ingersoll/

The Age of Enlightenment dawned upon the world in that hour when Robert Ingersoll first delivered his lecture on The Gods, the opening chapter of this volume. In that hour the darkness of medieval madness and hypocrisy and witchcraft and superstition began to give way. The armies of the Terrible Unseen commenced to melt away into mist. The phantoms and weird horrors which had haunted the imaginations of men faded in the sunshine and sanity of an Emancipator who was the personal friend of Lincoln and did as much for enslaved minds as Lincoln had done for enslaved bodies!
The Declaration of Independence for Modern Readers
A Satire
by Matt Neuman (07/04/2000)
Given the recent trend to modernize classic works of literature, it seemed logical to modernize one of the great works of American literature: the Declaration of Independence. Jefferson and Co.'s affirmation of freedom and democracy is a wonderful document, but it simply doesn't speak to the current generation of TV-addicted zombies who wouldn't know a remote power from a remote control. With its archaic language and references to an unfamiliar, non-digital world, the D of I is sorely in need of an update to take it into the 21st Century. Hopefully this new version will be taught in our grade schools and civics classes, and a paper copy of it will replace the aging original now decomposing in the National Archives.
The Dieoff
http://www.dieoff.org/

Pictures speak a thousand words at Jay Hanson's www.dieoff.org. The effect of globalisation is indisputable - death for millions.
The FBI's House Calls
by Emil Guillermo (12/08/2001)
The Secular Web
http://www.infidels.org/

"A drop of reason in a pool of confusion." Articles and historical documents related to the free expression of reason. A good resource for classic writings critiquing organized religion for its attacks on liberty and reason.
The Story of the Buck Act
by Richard McDonald (02/20/2002)
When passing new statutes, the Federal government always does everything according to the principles of law. In order for the Federal Government to tax a Citizen of one of the several states, they had to create some sort of contractual nexus. This contractual nexus is the "Social Security Number".
These United States Of America ... Are Not a Democracy!
by James Kraft-Lorenz (04/18/2004)
The United States of America was never intended to be a democracy. The framers and ratifiers meant to impose the stable rule of law and not the rule of men, motivated, at the instant, by whim and passion. Democracy is the antithesis of the rule of law, for it is precisely the rule of the voters: that is, rule without limits, obtaining its power from 50%, plus 1, regardless of the established law. Under demos (populace) kratos (master), from the Greek, the mere whim of the majority, right, wrong or indifferent, becomes the law. A lynch mob is democratic within this definition.
We The People Organization
http://www.givemeliberty.org/

Founded by Robert Schultz, this organization takes action by organizing media events and petitions for Constitutional government at the federal and state levels. Many 'players' in the tax-reform movement have been speakers at their Citizen Summits.
"Natural Person" Argument Refuted in Judgement Decision
Ontario Superiour Court of Justice
by Justice Sedgewick (07/20/2000)
Justice Sedgewick from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice refutes the "natural person" argument in his judgement decision re: the Income Tax Act and the case presented by Dave Lindsay, agent for Thomas Kennedy on July 20, 2000
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