Liberty is Inherent – The Removal of Liberty Requires Consent…

..”If the public are bound to yield obedience to laws to which they cannot give their approbation, they are slaves to those who make such laws and enforce them.”..  ~Sam Adams

The power of government comes from the people; or as we say in the U.S. “from the consent of the governed.” When people lead, the politicians are forced to follow. Without implied consent the municipal or state government has no power. None.

The power of the local, regional or state authority comes from the expressed consent of the people. As soon as the majority of people deny that consent, those officials and state authoritarians lose all of their power.  Yes, it really is that simple.

Those who construct the systems of control need to weaponize fear. Fear of arrest; fear of losing a business; fear of losing liberty or financial security. Local, regional and state officials rely on fear. As soon as We The People are no longer fearful, the control ends.

The overwhelming majority of dictates around COVID-19 mitigation are not laws. There was no debate; no input from representative government; and no option for the public to weigh-in on the decisions.

All unilateral rules are arbitrary, and despite many proclamations to the contrary, they rely upon voluntary compliance. As soon as citizens no longer voluntarily comply, the term of the rules has expired.  Liberty is inherent. The removal of liberty requires consent.

REMINDER – When I share the message “live your best life”, it is not without purpose. Every moment that we allow the COVID and leftist onslaught to deter us from living our dreams, is a moment those who oppose our nation view as us taking a knee.

Do not allow this effort to succeed.

You might ask yourself how can I, one person, a flea looking into a furnace, retain an optimistic disposition while all around me seems chaotic and mad.

That’s the point; it ‘seems’ chaotic and mad because it has been created to appear that way. There are more of us than them; they just control the systems that allow us to connect, share messages, and recognize the scale of our assembly.

Every second that you live your life with thankfulness for the abundance within it; every moment that we CHOOSE to engage with fellowship; every day that we accept guidance from God – however you define him to be; and every moment we cherish this time to be a beacon of optimism; is a moment that we withstand that barrage and hold the flag in place. It is a genuinely patriotic position not to succumb to the attack.

If you allow yourself to be drawn into crisis and despair, you allow them to win. If your center of normal is based around this overwhelming onslaught, you will eventually concede liberty in favor of peace. Once we stop living in liberty, we no longer have peace.

It took me a while to fully understand just how damaging empty streets, soulless eyes, the lack of smiles, shuttered businesses, and the absence of joy would become. But as I travel around trying to deliver a very specific message to a very specific audience, I recognize just how much damage is being done; not just to our nation as a whole, but also to every individual within it – personally.

We must shake this mindset. We must withstand this onslaught and rally to the origin of our true national spirit. We must rally to a standard of Americanism and accept this is not that. In essence, we must individually take a stand. Purposefully, deliberately and with forethought, we must engage those around us to get rid of this sense of foreboding.

This approach is how we win the larger battle.

All around us, in every tribe and region, there are people who need you to show them the strength that you have. Strength of spirit. Strength of fellowship that you will not relent from expressing. No matter what noise is shouting from the loudspeakers, we must withstand it; we must make eye contact and remain joyful. We cannot allow despair to be the status quo.

Our nation needs more people like you, right now. Don’t wait… engage life, get optimistic, however you need to do it. Then, let that part of you shine right now… This is how we fight. Hold up that flag; give the starter smile… rally to the standard you create and spread fellowship again. God knows we need it.

Lift your spirits.  I cannot tell you how much of a difference it makes right now; not only to this internet community, but to our nation as a whole.   Choose to be optimistic. Live your best life, RIGHT NOW, there are people working furiously and with great purpose. Remember, this is the only life we have – so seize this day, and then the next, and then keep going.

We live in the greatest nation on the face of the earth. We are the people of that nation, with boundless opportunities most of the world can only dream of.  Our opposition has nothing but false witness, fear and lies.  Push on them, they are weak and shallow.

We are Americans…. Those who are working against our interests thrive in an atmosphere of despair and disenfranchisement – do not give it to them.  Carry an optimistic spirit, regardless of how challenging. I cannot explain it, but that makes success more certain.

Do not fuel our opposition with the power of fear.  Be strong right now; be happy right now; demand action, you are worth it. Do not give evil elements an inch of space within your heart.   Expect and demand accountability.  Do not worry about being perceived as an a**hole about it.

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.”

Joshua 1:9

Quit listening to those who say “can’t” and “won’t”…

If some feel comfortable sitting in their socially distant box and bitching about all things that are not right, or might be not be right…. Or, if they prefer to allow themselves to be overcome with dark imaginings simply because what cannot be done is more comfortable than the effort to oversee what needs to be done…. well, that’s okay.

They can do that.

And when they are done doing that, they’ll still be in the same place.  However, you can choose to be positive and take action.

Rally your spirits to a standard of worthiness; because you are worth so much more. We are on the right side of history.  We are being guided. It is rather remarkable.

Again, thanks for your support.  Every prayer is felt, and I really believe those prayers are making a difference.  I’m seriously humbled.  Prayerfully so…  But remember, failure has never been in our national lexicon.  Life is good…. now, get to livin’ it.

Hopefully, I’ll see you soon…

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630 Responses to Liberty is Inherent – The Removal of Liberty Requires Consent…

  1. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Democrats for TRUMP are rallying today (08/16/20) in Milwaukee ahead of this week’s DNC Convention there. The Walkaway Movement is alive and well there in Wisconsin!

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  2. oldjunkfixer says:

    thank you very much for the stones in my sling Sundance!
    i have gotten 3 people registered to vote
    and 4 liberal meltdowns while discussing politics (they seem to get very angry when their fraud/lies gets exposed)
    normally I wouldn’t talk politics with acquaintances as I
    but Sundance has filled my quill with information. and I have engaged
    the last one was with Union leader for JCPL
    he was clutching his chest and babbling like a idiot after I unloaded on him
    Information and knowledge is a great weapon when used properly

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    • Sunshinesam says:

      My brother is one who gets mad and flustered! He doesn’t have children yet and I do. I always tell him, “I don’t care how I am making you feel. I have three children I have to worry about!!”

      For the angry/flustered ones, please repeat the line. “I am not making any money off telling you this. I have no reason to lie. I am extremely engaged in these matters because [insert reason(s).] Be thankful I am following so closely and have the facts to inform you!!”

      Good job getting voters registered!!! You are making a difference! Thank you!


  3. Danny D says:

    I live in the state, Massachusetts, where the spark for freedom was initially lit. I think it is time to do that again! What better place to get the Tea Party movement or better yet Boston No Mask Party movement started???!!!
    Thank you SD for your guidance and inspiration! We owe it to our founding fathers like Samuel Adams!
    I forget who said it but it was once said,”if you give up liberty for security you will end up with neither!”

    Liked by 12 people

    • steph_gray says:

      Danny so do I.

      If in his district, please support John Paul Moran against Seth Moulton (Moulty!) for Congress – or if not, get friends to donate a little – I’ve met him at an event and can vouch, he’s the real MAGA deal. His distrcit is only Dem+5 so it’s the one to flip!

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    • tsforex says:

      Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety!
      Ben Franklin

      What has happened to the great patriotism in Massachusetts? I have often wondered

      Liked by 5 people

    • Disgusted says:

      Danny D: I am now half finished reading “Those Who Love”, by Irving Stone written decades ago, about pr revolutionary Boston area, the love and marriage of John and Abigail Adams, and the price paid back then for our freedom today. I just don’t feel worthy. We talk a lot today, but whoa, what those men and women did to keep their freedom from home country should be required reading for all of their descendants today: I had no idea before reading this what their actual everyday lives had been like.

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    • yucki says:

      Boston, here.
      It sometimes feels lonely in this deep sea of blue.
      Good to see birds of a feather here, they seem so scarce in my neck of the woods.

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  4. 4*Freedom says:

    Actually, cheaper in blood and treasure to defy the mob than to cave – as these NYC neighborhoods loaded with patriots and spine proved (zones that caved are now broken & bloodied, in ashes):

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    • sDee says:

      I live in rural NC, about halfway to the end of a short country road. A few weeks ago, over a beer with the neighbor, I mentioned it would be interesting to “entertain” Antifa or BLM if they would head down our road. He said it’d be no fun at all – they wouldn’t make it this far.


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    • Great article and great question — if they are ok with Americans being physically hurt or economically damaged to gain political power, what the heck do you think they’ll do when they succeed at getting the power??

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  5. samuelculperjr says:


    Let’s say that a person, in their past, had experienced a medically related event. Let’s say, maybe a heart attack.

    Let’s say that this person had noticed since the medically related event that every time during various doctor’s visits that the nursing staff, when obtaining the person’s vitals, that the Blood Oxygen Saturation level was always at or below 93%.

    Let’s say that the nursing staff member requested that this imaginary person take a few deep breaths “so that I won’t have to document that your Blood Oxygen Saturation level was at or below 93%”.

    Now let’s say that this person had read various news articles stating that one of the ‘downsides’ of wearing a mask is that the person breathes previously breathed air which contains less oxygen.

    Now let’s say that this person knew from previous research that low Blood Oxygen Saturation levels can cause heart attacks, especially in people who have previously experienced a heart attack.

    Wouldn’t that imaginary person were talking about having a reasonable probable cause to declare that they are exempt from wearing a mask due to a medical condition?

    Now let’s say that this imaginary person had read somewhere that the Americans with Disability Act has a clause that allows a person to claim a ‘disability’ without being diagnosed by a medical professional, wouldn’t that imaginary person then be able to truthfully state: “I cannot wear a mask because I have a disability and the ADA prohibits you from discriminating against me under penalty of federal law.”?

    I personally really wouldn’t know anything about stuff like that because I’m just an old uneducated white man. But maybe one of you younger educated people might be able to better help me understand stuff like that.

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    • sDee says:

      Such imaginary person would not have to give that much information. The few times I have been confronted by an employee in a business or office, I simply say: I cannot wear a mask. You cannot ask me why. Now leave me alone or go get your manager.

      Liked by 5 people

      • MakersMark says:

        The other day I was confronted about not wearing a mask. And I said “I didn’t tell you”?……………………….Damn, I must have thought it was none of your business.

        Liked by 5 people

        • donnajeanz says:

          I wear a Special Mask, it is called “The Face of God Mask”. Only those blessed by God are able to see it…

          Liked by 1 person

        • Kay123 says:

          I can’t remember the guys name on here
          but he said when Fauxee said…”we need to
          wear masks…. plus goggles too.”
          The commenter lamented….””well… I have
          TWO WORDS FOR YOU….. and THEY AIN’T
          MERRY CHRISTMAS !””

          Liked by 4 people

      • Trisha Holmeide says:

        There is great symbolism with the wearing of masks just like there is in Muslim countries that mandate women (the lesser of Allah’s creation) to wear masks as a sign of subservience and an admission of their lesser standing before Ally and man! The elite who are orchestrating the decline of western civilization are well known to be involved in the occult as well so there may be other satanic symbolism involved as well but, because I don’t study anything to do with the occult I don’t really know. Perhaps someone else may.

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      • bill johnston says:

        I need to try that the next time I frequent a “big box store”.


    • mac says:

      Why Sam, sure you’re just an “old uneducated white man” Sam Rayburn was just a “simple ol’ country lawyer”, too.

      That’s extremely good advice you’ve provided there and I know a few people that are going to be very glad to hear of another way to stick a wrench into the sinolungrot paranoia machine’s gears.

      Nice work. Thanks!

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    • SpankynotAlfalfa says:

      This what is available. Share as needed.😁😁😁

      Liked by 1 person

      • SpankynotAlfalfa says:

        Hope this easier. Sorry for those who tried earlier.

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        • Dimbulbz says:

          I am so using this when I go out! I hate the friggin mask!! I hate that its so acceptable that the Govt can mess with us like this. If you’re afraid of the virus, stay home. The mask isn’t going to help you anyway. I live in Texas and my great governor is being a science denying douchebag. I am taking Sundance’s message of optimism to the streets. As a bucket list hobby I play music (its called “busking”) and I go out into our town square and play music – one man band style. No mask, No apologies. People who stop and listen are surprised – and seemingly grateful. No one is doing this. Most live music is shut down in our state, so I feel like Its giving people a sense of normalcy, Most are grateful for it. I also talk about freedom and how we ought to enjoy it while we have it. Sundance’s message has helped me to focus on making it a positive and hopeful experience. I Played last night – it was 95 out. Still had a great time and I know its the right thing to do. I can make a difference in my little hometown. I dedicated “Back in the USSR” to Bernie Sanders… and not in a good way…. I heard cheers…

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        • kaymart says:

          You can buy credit card sized cards that say “Notice of legal right” to not wear a mask, and also to not receive a vaccination. They are $5 each at I have mine; they are good quality plastic.


    • Cowz says:

      I had that medical event twice a few years ago. When I had a regular follow up, two months ago, the 4 or 5 elderly patients in the waiting room were all wearing masks. The office clerk gave me a mask. When i got to the back, I asked the nurse practicioner if heart disease was a medical exemption. I was told ‘no’ , “theres not enough carbon dioxide exhaled into the mask to be of any concern”. They don’t care. The doctors office is just an ATM machine pushing cattle through. What really bothers me is there are no lawyers fighting this mandate.

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      • Jan says:

        Yep. That is the most frightening part. When’s the last time you didn’t see a lawyer all over something like this, no matter who imposed something that was mandatory?

        The ACLU has abandoned American citizens for the illegals & refugees.

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  6. PCS says:

    The Millie Weaver documentary is fascinating. Well worth the time.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Cam Heck says:

      Yes and now that they’ve arrested her, it’s getting more views than ever. Karma, arseholes.

      Liked by 3 people

    • TrustyHaste says:

      I watched half of this last night. Will finish tonight. Fascinating. Especially since the journalist Millie Weaver was arrested on Friday.


      • cboldt says:

        That the press and social media are fake as all getout wasn’t new, and nobody should ever be lulled into a sense they aren’t being led by the nose – always use your own noodle.
        But the notion that jury pools – not the jury, but the pool – are selected based on political inclination is fascination. Think about all the other choke points that are one-step removed from where people usually look.
        And too, the public is pretty much ignorant of the private company connections held by, e.g., Brennan.
        Another good insight is how “hacked” is used. bad guys get the info by ostensibly honest ways, then out comes the “hacked” story, used to feed whatever narrative advances their control. Very clever ploy.
        One other point, but a person can get here other ways. Our elected people in Congress are puppets. Public face, no power.

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        • Trisha Holmeide says:

          Our public officials SHOULD be OUR puppets as long as they keep their oath of office and duly represent us as they promised all is good. But, what we now have are Representatives and Senators openly breaking their oath of office to protect and defend the constitution AND, they represent only special interests instead of the people who elected them. A double and deadly whammy!

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          • cboldt says:

            Good point about whose puppets they ought to be.
            The thought I was trying to instill was along the lines of them not having any real power over events. They are actors, nothing more, many of them paid well out of the trough.
            Hearings for accountability? ROTFL. Questions carefully avoid exposing truth; hostile witnesses easily give misleading, jargon-laden answers. The Gowdy/Benghazi theater is an good example.
            WWE government.

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    • Fallupwoman says:

      Everyone needs to see it! Lots of talk everywhere about it and about Millie’s arrest.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Peppurr says:

        Yes, everyone does need to see this!! I have always thought this Covid scam was a test for CONTROL.. The majority of us went into submission. Good grief, even with all the information out there with symptoms for whom would be mostly affected (elderly and people with compromised immune systems). healthy people are still out there with masks and social distancing. It’s August with beautiful weather here.
        Normally, the flu shot is available Oct/Nov. What do we do if the Covid vaccine is available at the same time?

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        • Trisha Holmeide says:

          After what I’ve learned about what’s in these vaccines ( even without Bill Gate’s trying to promote the DNA changing vaccine and to use vaccines as a means of implanting chips for contact tracing) I’m probably gonna decline all vaccines from here on out even though I am very much at risk of developing pneumonia as a result of severely scarred lungs from a bout with double pneumonia some years ago. I don’t want to inadvertently be a pawn in anyone’s scheme to rule the world and control or eliminate the majority of human kind under any ruse they come up with!

          Liked by 3 people

        • furtive says:

          Hydroxychloroquine will prevent the flu too.
          Flu shots arefor rats -demo-RATS. That’s why they are insane.

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    • It’s already gone from youscrewed. I’m looking for another place to see it…


    • bordoodle says:

      It was removed ?


  7. Puzzled says:

    Postponed a trip to see out daughter in Chicago in May due to the 19 and then riots. Now have to move hotel out of downtown Chicago because of riots and bridges up. Otherwise postpone until things get better but probably won’t until the weather is sub-zero. We are going anyway we want to see our daughter. I’m not asking permission from Anitfa or following some arbitrary quarantine law when rioters, looters, arsonists do what they please. A bit of a rant but my general point is we need to do what we want, not what politicians or violent extortionists want. Say a prayer.

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    • apfelcobbler says:

      Is Chicago still in a state of semi-curfew after last Monday’s flashmob 100% Off Sale? There’s next to zero press coverage of what resulted, after the caravan passed through and cleaned the Gold Coast out. I read there are checkpoints one needs permission from to move around at night. Are you seeing any of that?


      • Puzzled says:

        Heard from our daughter, that bridges up few ways in or out of downtown so we are changing location before arrival, as well as other reservations for what we were going to do there. Our daughter is not an alarmists but from her view for all intent and purpose, Chicago is a no-go zone. That city is done it is owned by the anarchists. Long time in coming but recent events opened the path for the acceleration of the leftist takeover.

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    • the phoenix says:

      Praying for you, your daughter, and your entire family, Puzzled.

      Liked by 1 person

    • We just returned from CO after visits were delayed by covid propaganda.
      It was like salve for the soul!

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  8. Amen Sundance! Every day I feel I am doing my part my refusing the mask. I make it a point to let people know that the outcome of succumbing to fear is worst than the actual virus itself.

    It pains me to see so many people would choose “security” over freedom. It’s not the default thought for most. I can’t count how many people desire a full shutdown out of fear of a virus.

    This isn’t America anymore.

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    • mac says:

      PC, with all due regard, you’re wrong. Between the antifa fools, the rioters/looters and the pandemic pansies, we’re seeing there are a lot of real boneheads in this country. However, they aren’t the majority of the people in this nation and they aren’t going to be. President Trump, may God bless him, is going to win in a landslide and we’re going to square things away that have needed it for a long time.

      Be of good cheer, because we’re winning. If you doubt that, just remember that the other side has finally been forced to show their true face. They wouldn’t have done that if they had been able to continue to hide it, because they know that Americans, once shown what they really are, will reject them utterly.

      These are some of those times that Tom Paine wrote about, the times that try men’s souls, but we have enough winter soldiers in our country to hold strong and see us through to victory and better days. Be one of them with us; we’ll be stronger for the experience and leave a better country for our children.

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    • DefenderOfTroyDonahue says:

      Does Fightin’ Roy Blunt wear a mask? I’ll bet he doesn’t. If Fightin’ Roy doesn’t wear a mask, then NONE of us should!

      “Let’s All Fight Like Fightin’ Roy!”


    • fightthepols says:

      This is very worrisome that about half of the U.S. populace is being made crazy by Covid and the propaganda machine. We have been traveling a lot since June 1 and I have been on 8 flights and 14 states and used reasonable precautions against covid and have been perfectly well. But I am greatly disturbed by how people are acting in some of these places. They are wearing masks while hiking on wilderness trails and mountain bike rides and they turn away or scurry 20 feet away if you are coming on a trail and do not wear a mask. People are hostile if you come into their state for outdoors tourism, because they are suspicious of everyone being a Typhoid Mary who will make them ill. This country needs widespread HCQ prophylaxis used and HCQ, z-pack and zinc available and ready for them to use immediately if they have any of the major symptoms. No waiting for the Covid test to come back 3 days later- too late to keep from getting pretty ill, even at that point! Once I knew HCQ would treat the illness early, I immediately quit being afraid. Please encourage people to travel somewhere and get away from their neighborhood. Go do an outdoors vacation, even if just overnight and it will help decrease some of the unrealistic paranoia that is becoming widespread.

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      • paulashley says:

        I hike a lot here in western NC and sadly do see far too many wearing masks on the trails where you hardly ever cross paths with another hiker. Often I’ll see a mask-wearer pull theur mask up from theur neck when the see me approaching sans mask. Whether they’re afraid of me or believe they’re being polite I don’t know, but it’s irrational either way.

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        • icthematrix says:

          The insanity of mask wearing outdoors, when one is not in immediate proximity of others for an extended period of time, is unreal.

          Whoever used the idea of unleashing a modified virus as the weapon of choice to launch all this is an evil genius.

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          • uselogic19 says:

            Was watching the LPGA Scottish Open with no spectators but some roping. They had the darned fairway crossing volunteers still out there with bloody masks on. Nobody within between 50-100 yards of each person. I don;t know if it was virtue signalling…I hope…or if they are that stupid.

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            • Peppurr says:

              That is SO stupid! You can bet the leftists are on a high right now. It’s almost like this Covid 19 was put out there as a test for the leftists. In the beginning, I thought it was Chinese retaliation for what POTUS has done to their economy. Now I’m back to my original thought – control of the people which is Socialism and worse – communism.

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            • uselogic19 says: I don;t know if it was virtue signalling…I hope…or if they are that stupid.


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          • paulashley says:

            Sadly, for that unleashing to have the effect it has had requires evil people of our own and a fearful, gullible public.

            P.S. Today on my hike the mask-wearers were a tiny minority. Oddly, they were mostly worn by younger people.

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      • Jan says:

        The very best way is to stop watching these concerned talking points people who keep regurgutating the same statistics all day long & think Fauci is boy wonder.

        This week, i’m going to catch up on my reading since the convention will be given 100% attention even on FAUX News.

        I’m living my best life to see what comes up on Tuesday, Sundance. Give us a shout when you can! Thanks for all you do!!

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  9. 63bdc says:

    So, Sundance. I think I figured it out. Is it Snowden? …

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  10. Attorney says:

    Wow, great post. Fear us indeed the focus of these hideous overlords. This ties together a construct I have been building, e.g., how our lack of religiosity as a nation makes us subject to thexweaponization of fear. If we still REALLY believed in an afterlife, etc., we would not be wetting ourselves over a really bad flu that might get us, or bein ‘cancelled’, etc.

    Does anybody think we could repeat Iwo Jima today as back then? Normandy?

    Maybe, but maybe not. Most of those young men (and women at home) had some faith other than gaming culture, feminism, and pornography. They believed a higher power awaited us on the other side. While tragic, the fear of death was manageable in pursuing higher values like freedom, love, and other virtues.

    Just sayin’….

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  11. Lee A Porisch says:

    John 16: 33
    “I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.”

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  12. MightyMustardSeed says:

    ‘…Lord, there is no one like You to help the powerless against the mighty.
    Help us, O Lord our GOD, for we rely on You and in Your Name.
    We have come against this vast army, O Lord, you are our GOD; do not let man prevail against you.’ 2 Chronicles 14: 11

    God’s victory is in our hearts.
    One on One – God is a personal GOD

    ‘If God be for us, who can be against us?’ Romans 8: 31

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    • lady4trump says:

      Jesus said (John Chapter 3) “You must be born again.”
      Make sure you have accepted His free gift of salvation
      before another day goes by. No one is guaranteed a


  13. Rick says:

    I disagree with the permise that liberty may be removed with consent. Liberty is an unalienable right. It is not subject to be given away, sold, or voluntarily removed. No unalienable right is subject to any of those actions. That means that any authority or power that is within government use is delegated, not ceded, to that government. It is on loan. That loan can be recalled at any time by the citizenry, whether the government likes it or not.

    Wherein the government attempts to force the citizenry to comply with legislation or any governmental edict or act which the citizenry has not delegated to the government the citizenry is at liberty to to refuse to comply with such edicts or acts. Should the government attempt to use force to compel compliance the citizens are also at liberty to use that amount of force necessary to repel the attempt. Up to and including the use of deadly force.

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  14. bsdetector4u says:

    I think we need to start a movement – No Mas(k)

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  15. Donata says:

    God is with me where ever I go. This I know. But giving your thoughts and prayers up to God is the only way I sleep at night. Not as easy as it sounds. Still worth the effort. Prayers for you Sundance as always. Now I’m thinking Tuesday may be Cowboy Up Day. Maybe I’m wishing.


  16. ajshu says:

    Enough already! Barely anyone has died. !60,000 in a country of 330 million is not even a statistic. This is all a giant Leftist fraud meant to destroy our economy and enslave us. Stop wearing masks. They do nothing, but show allegiance to the DemoNazi Party like a swastika armband. Do you notice how the DemoNazis have embraced it in a fanatical way.

    They care so much about every life except when is comes to poor, innocent unborn babies who they throw into trash cans. How many abortions did that fanatic, Kamel Toe have? She has no children of her own. That to me makes her completely unqualified as a leader. She has no skin in the game, no stake in our future as a Nation. It’s all abstract communist fanaticism to her.

    I hereby declare the fraudulent pandemic over. It isn’t even a pandemic. 50 million people died internationally in the Spanish Flu Pandemic of 1918. And the world was a third the population! That’s like 150 million dead today. We are at 160 thousand now after months. It’s all a fraud, a sham, a tragic joke.


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    • paulashley says:

      But, but, but Biden said the science tells us we need to mask up for exactly three more months or millions will die! /sarc


    • I have been repeating this message to my more frightened friends! I use the numbers from the CDC and explain the number of deaths is infinitesimal and less than seasonal flu. They all shake their heads and say ,”Oh, I don’t think so.” I ask them to please check the CDC numbers but they don’t. It is obvious the media has convinced them they will die.
      I refuse to acknowledge the media fear porn and try to live my best life everyday. I visit the people I love, eat inside restaurants, go to my local swim club, and smile and talk to all the cashiers in the stores I visit. I have only one life and I strive to live it as happily as I can.

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      • Trisha Holmeide says:

        That’s about all any of us can do…if you are Christian you might remember in the last days before Christ’s return he said he would purposely blind some of the people. I always figured it might be so they had an excuse on judgement day and could be forgiven for their sins (and stupidity). But, the amount if blind people today leads me to conclude these are, indeed, the final days!

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        • lady4trump says:

          The Feast of Trumpets. (Rosh Hashanah)
          The only Feast Day without any particulars
          attached. Some believe He will return for
          His own on the Feast of Trumpets, some day.


  17. RCAS says:

    There is a woman, Peggy Hall, who has started a website She is in Orange County and she has gotten the county to remove the mask mandate. She has a lot of videos and information on how to fight the mask idiocy. It is well worth a look at her website – refreshing and uplifting here in red CA.

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  18. Trisha Holmeide says:

    This is one of the best articles I’ve ever read. Because of the simplicity in answering both how we got to where we are (by giving consent for tyranny through not objecting to every law that went against the constitution) and the answer to every political problem we have today (by openly objecting and withdrawing our consent). Now, we need to increase the number of citizens who realize their power and in one loud voice put a stop to the tyranny being placed on our lives!

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  19. littlebird160 says:

    “All unilateral rules are arbitrary, and despite many proclamations to the contrary, they rely upon voluntary compliance. As soon as citizens no longer voluntarily comply, the term of the rules has expired. Liberty is inherent. The removal of liberty requires consent.”


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  20. littlebird160 says:

    “But resist we much. We must and we will much about that be committed.”

    Al Sharpton


  21. northwoodswatcher says:

    Millie Weaver’s documentary “What They Don’t Want You to See” made mention toward the end about robotics, artificial intelligence, algorithms, and related sciences.

    She is correct that robotics are already well-advanced, with new versions being adopted all the time by security agencies.

    Artificial intelligence, or “AI,” as it is known in the trade, is a big enough subject that it could fill a documentary all by itself. AI is often confused with that other buzzword “machine learning” (ML), but actually ML is a subset of AI.

    Here is how Bernard Marr in ( explained the difference:

    “Both terms crop up very frequently when the topic is Big Data, analytics, and the broader waves of technological change which are sweeping through our world.

    “In short, the best answer is that:

    “Artificial Intelligence is the broader concept of machines being able to carry out tasks in a way that we would consider ‘smart.’

    “And: Machine Learning is a current application of AI based around the idea that we should really just be able to give machines access to data and let them learn for themselves.’

    From firsthand experience I know that AI and ML are becoming a big deal in the field of biopharmaceutical development because the drug clinical trial process is churning out so much more information that the “clinical research organizations” (CROs) hired by the small drug startups who do most of today’s biopharma innovation (Big Pharma swoops in to buy them out when a new drug shows promise) need to use ML algorithms to crunch the data.

    Anyway, the world had a glimpse of AI and ML way back in 1968, when the HAL9000 famously misbehaved during Discovery One’s voyage to the moons of Jupiter.

    That was Big Picture stuff. But because AI and ML are so dramatically changing the way things are done in so many industries, people may not be familiar with other technologies that are just as thoroughly but much more quietly infiltrating our world.

    One of these technologies is “smart dust.” The genius who invented smart dust — which are defined as “embedded wireless sensor networks” — is Dr. Kristofer S.J. Pister. He is a professor of electrical engineering and computer science. He taught at UCLA, is a co-director of the Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center (BSAC) and the Ubiquitious Swarm Lab.

    He also helped successfully commercialize smart dust. Smart dust started out as a project with the goal of putting a complete sensing/communication platform inside a cubic millimeter.

    I met Kris Pister a dozen years ago at his lab in Berkeley, where the shelves featured miniaturized birds and bugs. He gave me a sample of smart dust that I still have it, stuck to one of my own bookshelves.

    Pister has focused a lot of energy on synthesizing synthetic insects, which he has characterized as “basically smart dust with legs.”

    A dozen years ago these sensors could chat with each other wirelessly, run on battery power (a single AA battery that could last 10 years), and grapevine down the line among themselves until they got their data to the mother computer.

    Unlike RFID, wireless sensor networks don’t just talk to a reader, but talk to each other.

    So a smart dust network in a building can ping all of the nodes in a network and share information — for example, temperature sensors that tell you if the thermostat needs to be turned down or occupancy sensors that tell you if someone is in the building.

    Wireless sensors measure the performance of machines or collect mission-critical information and share data across a “mesh” network.

    Mesh is simply the idea of letting sensors to talk to each other, and, to maximize reliability, not just on one path, but on many paths.

    The wireless revolution is driving the size, power, and cost of these sensors down significantly. Smart dust thus is getting inexpensive while it’s getting more sophisticated.

    Smart dust is shrinking to the size of a grain of rice — small enough to go anywhere.

    Wireless sensors are being used to:
    • Monitor the temperature of railway cars carrying highly volatile chemicals in an active depot.
    • Watch for leaks along pipelines in the harsh conditions such as in Alaska.
    • Maintain critical temperatures of drugs throughout production and storage by pharmaceutical companies to comply with FDA laws.

    You’ll be able to put smart dust wherever there is a need gather data quickly, dependably, comprehensively, and cost-effectively. As costs come down, applications of dust are limited only by the imagination.

    That’s part of the problem. For every advance in technology to improve lives, evil folks out there are looking to corrupt the technology. And Millie Weaver’s documentary speaks to this.

    Meaning that those “smart dust with legs” insects being created to protect us can be just as easily used to spy on us. It’s not science fiction that the bug buzzing by your head might actually be a flying robotic device reporting back to someone’s secret smart dust network.

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  22. warbucks57 says:

    Last Tuesday I was driving north near Lexington KY on I-75. A mustang with the top down blew by me with a twenty-something couple, both wearing masks. Maybe they were driving fast so the Covid couldn’t catch them. Idiots

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  23. idaho5673 says:

    How has the power balance shifted over the past six months? Someone, some bureaucrat somewhere said:
    • Stay in your home.
    • Stay 6 ft apart.
    • Do not go to church, to the gym, to sporting events.
    • Do not go to school, to restaurants, concerts or plays.
    • Do not get your scheduled surgery, do not visit the doctor.
    • Do not get a haircut, a pedicure or manicure.
    • Wait in line to enter the store.
    • Limit the number of people in your store, restaurant.
    • Do not go to the beach.
    • Wear a mask.
    • Do not prescribe this safe medicine, do not take this safe medicine.
    Today, at American Thinker, William L. Gensert said, “Imagine: if leftists are fine with hurting Americans to gain power, what will they do to us when they have it?”
    Fear is always a predicate to control.

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    • KT Prayer Warrior says:

      Do not visit the elderly.
      So not have funerals/memorials.
      Punish doctors who want to treat you according to their oaths.

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    • Jan says:

      You’re right. In the past, it’s always been “if they can do this to Gen. Flynn, they can do it to us.” They are doing it to us. And this was just a trial run.

      Notice how Biden/Harris ordered us to wear our masks outdoors for at least 3 months, no reason, no science, just do it because it’s patriotic. The only word missing was “Comrade.”

      The great takeover has begun. This week the radicals are going to make sure the Democrat Communist Fascists adopt the most radical platform ever adopted in a Constitutional Republic. Please, people, WAKE UP!!!

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      • idaho5673 says:

        In his Aug 3 briefing, WHO Director said this:
        This week, we’re also launching a mask challenge with partners from around the world and we’re encouraging people to send in photos of themselves wearing a mask. As well as being one of the key tools to stop the virus, the mask has come to represent solidarity.

        Solidarity? You are right–the only word Biden/Harris missed is COMRADE.

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  24. uselogic19 says:

    So has anyone seen this new Biden ad?

    I’m sure they are actors but what a complete and utter load of horse hockey. The couple in the ad say they are “trapped” and blame it on Trump. I was just up at The Villages last weekend visiting my sister & bro-in-law. With the exception of the servers at restaurants maybe a small handful of residents, masks were nowhere to be found. It was like the WuFlu didn’t exist. We went to an outdoor concert where people were dancing, visited the golf course and one of the “downtown” squares. Less than a dozen masks on residents. Tons of kids and grandkids around, having fun living their lives.

    If ever run into the folks in that ad, I’ll loudly call them out for being evil liars.

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  25. wattevr says:

    I have lurked off and on here for years but until lately hadn’t put this in my daily conservative news cycle of reading, now I’m hooked.

    Reading the good advice that Sundance provides with his ‘live your best life’ concept I find myself being able to de-stress easier after reading this vast array of shocking information.

    Today, I was surfing over on Taki’s Magazine and chanced upon an article called “Old Remedies for the New Age” written by Jorge Montojo. It was very entertaining and Jorge has a somewhat similar perspective when dealing with “macrobiotic totalitarianism and dictatorial social movements” voiced in a very colorful play of words. Jorge Montojo suggests “the best thing is to continue living your way, praying the occasional Ave Maria, and falling in love with the present moment.”

    I offer it for your review:


  26. Truth Light says:

    We are in existential threat for not only our Republic, but also for divine humanity. It is coming from universal interlopers that are manipulating weak-minded and corrupt humans to do their bidding. The degradation of humanity over the past 50-60 years has been mind-numbing. If you watch a movie from the start of that era, it’s hard to believe that good people like that actually existed. I know because my departed parents were like that.

    Treepers, please pass on this prayer from the Divine which I learned of from Light Workers.We can only thwart this threat we face by seeking Divine help. Divine help will only be provided if we ask for it – based on their rules of engagement.

    Dear Divine Creator:
    Raise up the hearts of the interlopers so that they will withdraw and bring healing to each and every being influenced by this negativity.


  27. KT Prayer Warrior says:
    I know not everybody cares to invest in a muscle gym membership nor a tattoo. However, these guys are patriots that stood up to the tyranny. Their stories are a lesson in what each of us may have to consider. When it is more than about dollars and becomes about liberty, they are willing to take the fight to the end.

    At the very least, watch the video and see how patriots are fighting and changing hearts and minds. It will make you proud of their fight.

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  28. KT Prayer Warrior says:

    I know not everybody cares to invest in a muscle gym membership nor a tattoo. However, these guys are patriots that stood up to the tyranny. Their stories are a lesson in what each of us may have to consider. When it is more than about dollars and becomes about liberty, they are willing to take the fight to the end.

    At the very least, watch the video and see how patriots are fighting and changing hearts and minds. It will make you proud of their fight.

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  29. Rabidfox says:

    Shadowgate by Millennial Millie psyops blackmail data hacking

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Psalm 103 says:

    Sundance, it would be easy to be discouraged as you saw the darkness in our leadership up close. Even if things didn’t go exactly as you planned, they went exactly as the Lord planned! This has always been His battle and it will be His glory that is revealed. We are to do our part and PRAY!!

    “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.” 2 Chronicles 7:14


  31. Brian says:

    Someone needs to ask AG Barr how he thinks his successor AG Weissman will handle his job?


  32. bmwjac says:

    I am with you Cowboy and Amen.


  33. tbear says:

    No more silence. Time for all Patriots to rise up and resist this subversion of our country.


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