The Battle Yet to be Fought

By Matthew Peavy

In no way or form am I advocating a new civil war, but, that doesn’t mean that I can’t read the writing on the wall. We the people are under a new tyranny the likes of which only our original Founders and Patriots understood.

It is almost certain that if any other administration of the United States had been as unconstitutional and blatantly in opposition of what the people of the country wanted, they would have been run out of our government…and they’d be lucky if  no tar and feathers went with them.

The important thing to understand about today’s elected power is that it is a corruption of the Constitution that should have restrained it.  It was the failure of the English Constitution which led to our first Revolution. It may be the failure of our own Constitution which could lead to our next civil war.










“All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void.” Chief Justice Marshall, Marbury v. Madison

The decision above is from John Marshall, our fourth Chief Justice in the Supreme Court. In this ruling, he placed the foundation for our current Patriot movement. However, our current administration will say that they have the right to tell you what to do because they were “democratically elected,” ignoring the fact that the Founders themselves feared pure democracy as much or more as they feared any other kind of tyranny.

The Founders’ Republic

In 1787, the Constitutional Convention was held in strict secrecy. Anxious citizens waited outside of Independence Hall to hear the outcome.

A Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?”

With no hesitation whatsoever, Franklin responded, “A republic, if you can keep it.”

It appears we cannot, and at the rate the current president is passing laws by way of executive fiat, we may soon be heading for a dictatorship. But you know what? Many in this nation would be ok with that.

Hope is not lost

Hope is not entirely lost. There is a small group of Americans today that, like our founders, believe that their rights to liberty and property are God-given and inalienable, and in particular, the right to keep and bear arms.

They are committed to the restoration of the Founders’ Republic, and are willing to fight and die in the defense of themselves and the Country they hold dear. They have taken an oath to uphold the Constitution against enemies both foreign and domestic.

The Patriot Movement


We call this the Patriot movement — the government calls them ‘American Extremists.’

Remember that history, for good or ill, is made by determined minorities.  Patriots are one such minority. So too are the current domestic enemies of the Founders’ Republic who seek to disarm them.  What remains, then, is the test of will and skill to determine who will shape the future of our nation.

Will there be another civil war in our country?  Let’s hope not, there has already been enough America blood shed in the battles we have fought overseas. But if there is, you can rest assured I will stand shoulder to shoulder with my fellow Patriots until we restore our great country to the Republic it was meant to be by our Founding Fathers.

Gerard Butler in Olympus Has Fallen

Will this scene from the Gerald Butler movie “Olympus has Fallen” come to pass?