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Recognizing the Republic of Sedgwick, Maine
2011 Mike Church
Hi folks its Mike Church with todays Church Doctrine
I would like to recognize the newest member of the republican communities of these United States: The Republic of Sedgwick Maine. On Friday, 7 March, 2011 Sedgwicks Town Council passed what it calls a food sovereignty law which declares that the residents are free to purchase and sell any food items made or produced in their republic without the consent of or the meddling inspection of these items by County, State or Federal tyrants.
This is exactly the way business was conducted in almost every American city before the elites decided their scientists and bureaucrats must endorse and approve the production and sale of these items in the 1930s. Alex de Touqueville described this in his book Democracy in America and he was amazed by the simplicity of it all. This is what I call republicanism and is another sign that some Americans have had it with life under unlimited government meddling.
Sedgwick has been conducting these town meetings since 1794 and in those 217 years probably never imagined they would set in motion a potential chain of events challenging Mordor on the Potomac Rivers authority. The food ordinance asserts its legality using the Declaration of Independences governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed statement and the MAINE Constitution.
This act of free will is going to be challenged by the Federal Leviathan which I hope winds up with the subject of this ordinance all over its face: eggs.
To find out what this means to you join us for tomorrows Church Doctrine.