I just went to the site and checked it out some. I watched this first video.
At least in the beginning, they have a three-pronged plan.
1. Restore the original first article of the Bill of Rights.
2. Bring Congress back home to the states.
3. Setup a constitutional Militia.
I was in the Republic (with Tim Turner)for a couple of years until it collapsed with Tim getting thrown into jail. I was the "speaker of the house" for Washington state. So I know how groups like this work, and the Constitution and Bill of Rights pretty well.
It sounds like they have a pretty good plan, but it also requires setting up groups in local locations throughout the US. There are several groups out there trying to do the same thing.
The problem I see in all those groups is that they never get enough people together to make a difference. The corrupt system currently in place will ignore these groups, because they are always a small percentage of people. The corrupt system will not listen to a small group of people like this and they will be labeled as some kind of radical or terrorist group. And usually these groups do things that aren't really constitutional.
The first problem I see with this group is that they want to bring congress back home to the states. Clearly, after the Constitution was ratified, a national congress was planned. The Articles of Confederation didn't work because there was no national congress under the articles. That lead to the states not being unified, so that's one reason why they got rid of the Articles of Confederation. So trying to eliminate the national congress would not be constitutional and would destroy unity among the states, in my opinion. The real solution is to make the national congress stay within the bounds the Constitution outlines.
And that first article only talks about the number of representatives allowed. So I don't see how that's going to really solve anything.
But I'm behind anything that destroys the current illegal and corrupt system. If enough people get behind a movement, things will change. I don't care if it's constitutional or not. And that's why I'm behind Trump. I don't like some of the things he does or wants to do, but he's a good first step for real change.
I hope these guys can make real change and make a real difference, but I'm going to sit on the sidelines until I see their numbers get big.
And when you think about it, it doesn't take a lot of people to make change. If these crooks are breaking the law, it only takes one person to stand up to it, prove it and force them to uphold the law. I'm involved in another battle right now, so if I win that one, then I can attack these other issues.