Winners in the Game

While the media and the internet trolls promote the convictions of good people standing up to government fraud and income tax lies, there are many people who are successful in the stand for the truth. We really, really need to hear about the successes to keep the hope of success alive for those daring enough (or naive enough) to maintain a stance for the truth of their rights being superior to the deception of “you have no rights” which is actively promoted by government and it’s various agencies.

I just received this link to a site that reports many wins. I suggest you check it out.

Remember people who do win have to take the time to share the win and information, many do not, being grateful for winning but wanting to disappear from view and not rock the boat by talking about it.

There are more wins than we will ever know. They are usually not easy and often come at a great cost.

I also suggest you review the rest of the website:

“THIS WEBSITE IS DEDICATED to helping American men and women resume their rightful stature as the masters and mistresses of their own lives and fortunes, just as was intended by the founders of this great country. Achieving that end involves nothing more than

1.) gaining an accurate understanding of our legal, economic and political structure as designed and implemented in our fundamental law;

2.) learning how that structure has come to be widely misunderstood by the American people generally;

3.) learning how that general misunderstanding is broadly and deeply exploited by private interests; and

4.) standing up and insisting that the law be administered and upheld as written. It’s that simple.”

One of the most important areas of our fundamental law concerns control over individual labor and property. Intending to establish a society based on individual liberty, America’s founders designed our legal structure so as to ensure that to the greatest degree possible– consistent with the need for securing that liberty against internal and external threats– an individual’s control over his or her own labor and property remains uncompromised by government.

The reason for this specific attention was two-fold: Individual control over one’s own labor and property was recognized by the founders as the essence of the individual liberty which was the point of the whole exercise; further, individual control over labor and property was also recognized as the best means of non-violent restraint upon the despotism to which all political structures are prone, including our own.