When the discussion grows we begin to win

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A key factor in successfully defending our American heritage and Constitution is discussion.  We can study, we can fight, we can argue yet nothing will move forward without people willingly listening to one another and growing their mutual understanding through discussion and debate. 

Those opposing federalism and a free will approach to government fear people talking more than anything as truth unites rather than divides.  Division is the heart of nationalism with classes of people pitted against one another and the state playing the role of the peace maker.  In our history it was the committees on communication that helped spark unity and take it from a dream of a few to a reality for all.

Today there is another discussion regarding Utah’s bid to take our land, at Time/CNN’s blogs.  This is a good sign we are making progress.  We can best prepare for this through additional study and interaction together so we can prepare to talk with our friends and neighbors as they become interested in what is going on.  I have long said oppression opens ears and we are entering a time when many will begin to feel oppressed and we will be ready to continue the discussion leading with true principles focused on restoring liberty for our posterity.

Utah’s Bid to Take Back Its Land

Gary Wood is the Educational Advisor for the Utah Tenth Amendment Center. Co-founder of the Heritage Training Center, focused on helping end constitutional illiteracy. With 35 years of devoted study of our Constitution his desire is to help others rediscover the inspiring heritage of the United States. Radio show host, training officer, lifetime member of the VFW and most importantly Grandpa.

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5 Responses to “When the discussion grows we begin to win”

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  2. [...] Either way, passage of this bill is a good step forward for the 10th Amendment movement. At the very least, the more states that pass Firearms Freedom Acts, the more that the proper role of the government under the commerce clause can be brought into the public sphere. And the more we get the conversation going, the closer we’ll get to victory. [...]

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