The ninth amendment: It's cool!!Written by Darrin F. Coe, MA
Recently, Colorado passed a law banning participation in “toughperson” fighting competitions. This is wrong and unamerican. I believe right to engage in consensual violence falls under ninth amendment right to privacy. What makes United States great is choice. Our government was founded on choice. The right to chose words I speak; right to chose way I worship; right to assemble peaceable and to question my government; and right to chose to arm or not to arm myself are all part and parcel of greatness of America. The ninth amendment says, “the enumeration, in Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by people.” The right to privacy falls under these unenumerated rights. The right to privacy is right to not have government dictate personal behavior. Thus, as long as it does not harm other people, deprive others of property, or engaged in by those who can give consent, our government does not have right to regulate it. I do not believe federal government has constitutional power to regulate who marries who; I do not believe government has right to regulate wearing of seatbelts by adults; I do not believe government has right to regulate wearing of motorcycle helmets; nor do I believe government has right to regulate competitive violence.
Who Really Runs the U.S. Government TodayWritten by Gary Revel
On November 22, 1963 United States of America was taken over by a powerful group of individuals that included a number of CIA special team operatives, some employees and officials of government and members of Mafia. They did this by killing President John F. Kennedy and putting their man, Lyndon Baines Johnson, in White House. The group included FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, Mafia Boss Carlos Marcello and Mafia Banker Meyer Lansky. Although these men are dead today their positions of power are well kept by their predecessors. I am not saying that current FBI Director is one of them only that someone has power that J. Edgar Hoover had. They accomplished their feat with criminals and assets inside government that included J. Edgar's private army of State, County and Local government employees most of which were convinced it was their job to save country from National Security Threat of Communism. The ideology of self-preservation was bolstered by military-industrial complex that reaped billions of dollars each year from Vietnam War, something even President Eisenhower warned country of only a few years back from Kennedy's execution. Motive for Mafia came from income to tune of many billions of dollars each year from heroin sales and black market arms dealings made easy by cover Vietnam War provided. Some weeks prior to Kennedy's killing he sent a memo calling for return of American Servicemen from Vietnam and ultimately an ending of Vietnam War. His plan was dismantled by President Lyndon Baines Johnson shortly after new President took control of White House. The war grew and grew after this and thousands of young Americans fought and died for their country. Many who were fortunate enough to return found themselves being hit by rotten eggs as they stepped back onto American soil. Anti-war demonstrators, many who were U.S. Government agents under cover, would meet them with signs and slogans destroying any pride or loyalty they had left for mission they returned from. College students were killed or beaten from coast to coast who dared to question authority of corrupt machine running United States of America. Experimental projects designed to artificially control human behavior by use of drugs, torture or sexual desire were being implemented around country leaving hundreds of dead or psychologically crippled American citizens in their wake. There were two powerful men still alive who dared to speak out against machine. These men were Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. They were executed in 1968 and since then no one has achieved their status in this country. People who think like they did are kept from achieving any significant power and if they start coming close they are dealt with in any number of ways to make sure that they are relegated as impotent as far as being a threat to National Security of United States of America. For many years those who dared to voice word conspiracy were pounced on by numerous directions and beaten down or classified a nut-case conspiracy theorist. It didn't matter what party was in political power. Anyone could be killed and their death ruled an accident or a suicide whether they were an average citizen or an important leader of country. Information was passed through a criminal network that spread throughout our government like a cancer and all threats were terminated one way or another. The laws and courts of America became a joke and thousands of people were put in prison for crimes they did not commit. Many who did commit crimes were allowed to go free by manipulations of government and then manipulations of media convinced public that it was true justice.