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Rightful Freedom publishes short-form pieces on Substack, Rumble, gab, YouTube, Spotify, X, and so on. Those pieces all conclude here.

 

We claim that most of the problems in America now are caused by one thing: the leftists.

 

 • The problems are caused by corporations; because leftists control corporations.

 • The problems are caused by the school system; because leftists control the school system.

 • The problems are caused by the media, because leftists control the media.

 • That big corporations are bribing leftist politicians is the people who run the big corporations and the government are leftists.

 • The Republican party isn’t failing to block the leftists because freedom is a bad idea, but because most of the people in the Republican party are leftists.

 

Leftists are people who want:

 • To make government more controlling.

 • To get more control of government.

 

And here in the United States, and especially since the beginning of the 20th century, leftists have gotten very good at achieving their goals. Leftists produce a stream of new problems and demands, and their solution to those problems is always:

 • Our surrender.

 • Our apology.

 • More government.

 

Many people, including the Republican wing of the Uniparty, advocate centrism. They say that we need to surrender to, compromise with, and appease the leftists, who will then always move further left. And will again invent more lies that demand our surrender. If that keeps happening, then it is only a matter of time — and probably not much time — until the leftists have taken everything from us.

 

If you believe that that’s right, then the question becomes: What are we going to do about that? And that’s the question that we are really interested in answering, inside >.

 

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...rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will, within the limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others.  Thomas Jefferson   

Edited by Michael Brown

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