The Sedona Source Center is your Northern Arizona community events and news source for the emerging culture!
The Sedona Source Center is easy, simple-to-use and free for our members. By signing up you will be guided on how to create your own simple website and social media portal with brilliant, playful and profound profile questions, events, news, blogs, photos, videos, even with your very own slide show. Plus, the site is fully integrated to Facebook, Twitter and beyond.
The Sedona Source Center is essentially a gift to our community, a self-service tool for promoting what you love to do most. Simply post your upcoming event on the calendar totally free of charge or, if you’re too busy or relaxed, for a nominal monthly partnership and promotional fee, we’ll do it for you. We are committed to bringing together the best of the islands as never before, especially if You and Your Friends are involved.
Welcome to Sedona Source Center and please let us know how we can help you!
~ Johnny Light / Liberty, Founder & CVO
~ Happy Oasis, Co-Visionary Blissologist
The sovereignty and freedom movement at the turn of the millennium was leading the political culture to reexamine fundamental assumptions and the rightful role of government at every level in our daily affairs.
Should the federal government have a limited or unlimited capacity to legislate or be restricted within the original intent of the U.S. Constitution? Is the separation of powers doctrine still in effect or have all three branches of government collapsed into one?
Should the sovereign rights of the State Citizen within the State Republics be legislated or regulated away without constitutional authority? Does the federal government have the right to take our rightful citizenship away?
Should the monied powers and central banks (e.g., Federal Reserve Bank), including their collection agencies (e.g., IRS), be allowed to dominate and control the political and legal landscape and take advantage of the system for their private or public corporate benefit?
Should the tax laws and other laws be obeyed without question even if they lack constitutional or legislative authority? As in early revolutionary days (e.g., Boston Tea Party) do We the People not have the right to withhold our taxes as a form of protest against the unlawful or unjust activities of government?
Do We the People have the sovereign right to petition for redress of grievances and the government has an obligation to respond to said petitions? Is this not a right inherent in all free countries under the Law of Nations?
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