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The North-Carolina American Republic, in conjunction with John Ainsworth of America's Remedy (www.americasremedy.com), is pleased to offer a series of learning sessions for NCAR citizens. These sessions are specifically geared toward educating those who are new to the NCAR, and will hopefully serve as a refresher course for those who are long-time citizens. All are welcome to attend! This first Lunch ...

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Patriots Let Your Voice Be Heard
Constitution Day 2011
TEA PARTY RALLY
 

Saturday, Sept. 17 10am - 4pm Walker Center Auditorium
on the campus of Wilkes Community College

More than 20 inspiring speakers and musicians with a message of pride in our American heritage and our duty to protect and defend it.
The Constitution Day 2011 Tea Party Rally is brought to you by the 5th congressional district ...

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State of North Carolina v. Amanda Lea Rose
Wilkesboro, N.C. | Wilkes County Superior Court
For part one, see Mandie Rose to Appeal Ruling in Superior Court 

 


 

September 13, 2011 was the second day of a two week Wilkes County Superior Court session. NCAR citizen Mandie Rose had previously been advised by NC Assistant District Attorney Fred Bauer that she should be in court ...

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This may seem like deja vu as we head into court once again. Mandie Rose (yes, the same citizen who was recently in Forsyth County District Court) has a separate ongoing case in Wilkes County which has been escalated to Superior Court. Court will be in session for the next two weeks, and Mandie's appeal is on the docket.  

Mandie, along with representatives from Forsyth and Mecklenburg counties, ...

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On Monday, August 29, 2011 NCAR citizen Mandie Rose was placed under arrest for making a motion of appeal in Forsyth County district court. Her appearance in court was made solely to challenge the lawfulness of the de facto state of North Carolina; an argument that is rooted in the assertion of rights by state citizens, and the reclamation of state sovereignty by challenging the constitutionality ...

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