In recent years, countless Americans have become painfully aware that something is fundamentally wrong in our country: our beloved Freedoms are being stolen away from us on a daily basis–without explanation or notice in most cases. While this is taking place unlawfully– being that there are constitutional protections in place (for the People)–rights do not protect or enforce themselves. 

The federal Constitution does not have any voice but that of the People; without the Voice of the people, it becomes a mere formality, a meaningless piece of paper that is oftentimes disregarded.

Therefore we, the People, must step up and speak up to save ourselves and our country, by preserving our Freedoms to the fullest extent of our Power under the Law.

Politicists Communicate

About the Movement

When the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or other governmental representative feels there may be errors or misappropriations, they demand an audit. They demand to see records, receipts and other proof that all laws are being followed. We have adopted this very same model. 

Key Goals

The Plan

We will peacefully organize in local teams across the nation to inquire into the local and state-level administration of government–to ensure all operations are in accordance with the respective Laws.

Working hand-in-hand with the public servants in government, we can cooperate to peacefully look into Laws and governmental policies to ensure their is congruence between what is Lawful and what is actually taking place from day-to-day.

An audit is a Peaceful process

"For so is the will of God, that with well doing ye may put to silence the ignorance of foolish men: As free, and not using your liberty for a cloke of maliciousness, but as the servants of God. Honour all men. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the king." (1 Peter 2:15-17)

While passionate about our goals, we feel it important to stress our focus on peaceful means of facilitating and accomplishing these government audits. After all, governmental transparency and accountability form part of the fabric of our society. We can accomplish far more by peacefully working together with our public servants and respecting the system in place than by any other means.