CENSUS 2010 

Links

Census, Constitutional, and Freedom Issues





  1. Liberty Works Radio Network: Talk radio network dedicated to restoring limited Constitutional government. (An informative article regarding the census may be found in the March, 2010 edition of the Liberty Works newsletter, the Liberty Tree, starting on page 3.

  2. Liberty Post: The Liberty Post forum is dedicated to the 1st Amendment and open discourse. Discuss the Census and other important issues of the day in an open, free atmosphere.

  3. Public Servant Questionnaire: Detailed questionnaire applicable to census takers as well as government representatives of all stripes. A great response to "We're from the government and we're here to help you!"

  4. In Preparation for the 2010 Census: Harassment and intimidation by the Census Bureau.

  5. The Census: Constitutional but Costly: A look at waste and inefficency at the Census Bureau.

  6. Is the 2010 census consistent with Consitutional call for head count? Discussion thread about answering the census in a Constitutional manner.

  7. Big Brother at your doorstep: The Census Bureau intends to GPS-tag the coordinates of every front door in America.

  8. What did they have to lose? The Americans who risked everything for freedom.

  9. Constitution Basics: Fundamental principles of the U.S. Constitutione explained.

  10. U.S. Constitution Primer: Basics of the U.S. Constitution.

  11. The Constitution Society: Learn the principles of limited constitutional government.

  12. Federalist Papers Online: A vital part of America's key founding documents.

  13. Federal Jurisdiction: Learn the origin of and limits to federal jurisdiction.

  14. Juror's Handbook: The jury judges the law as well as the facts of the case. From the Fully Informed Jury Association.

  15. The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America: Charlotte T. Iserbyt's excellent book exposing the American educational system is now available free in PDF format (11MB download).

  16. Electronic Privacy Information Center: Focusing public attention on emerging privacy and civil liberties issues.

  17. The Law, by Frederic Bastiat: A powerful refutation of statism and collectivism, first published in France in 1850.

  18. Our Enemy, The State: The classic work documenting the true nature of the State.

  19. Articles of Freedom: Take the pledge to save the Constitution.

  20. Don't talk to cops: Defense attorneys will tell you that most people are convicted from the information that comes out of their own mouths. Learn why you should keep your mouth shut when dealing with law enforcement, or government officials of any type.