The Liberty Reborn Manifesto (AKA The Jackson Doctrine)

To save America and have our liberty reborn we must:


Be willing to accept and wholly embrace a limited federal government with clearly defined and narrow powers that are designed to protect the inalienable rights of all citizens from all threats both foreign and domestic.


Accept that America’s ideals are essentially, and based on the highest reason, correct. Further that these ideals are based firmly on the concept of inalienable rights for all mankind granted through our Creator and that these rights cannot be usurped by any man or his agents; that these rights include, but are not limited to, the right to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness and property gained without coercion or infringement upon the rights of others.


Recognize that whenever a problem is encountered, the solution that retains in the hands of the people their own personal liberties and responsibilities is preferable, ultimately best and shall be endorsed.


Embrace that all true rights inherently impose no duty or obligation upon another person to give up their own rights in order for others to fulfill theirs. In conjunction, we must at every turn resist the urge to infringe upon the liberties and rights of any man for the benefit of others.


To strive every day and in every way to not only assure the equality of the creation of all mankind and their status before the law but also to recognize that in such assurances there is not now, nor ever has been, nor ever will be a guarantee of equality of result nor of the desired result.


That as citizens we must be at all times properly armed. For being armed is the single greatest deterrent to others who as individuals or as government entities would seek to disenfranchise us of our liberties.


Accept it as our duty to be self-educated on the happenings of our nation, the political nature of our society and the acts taken by those who represent us. Further we must be willing to vote and do so in a manner commensurate with this knowledge which we have obtained and in accordance with the Constitution and the preservation of individual liberties and rights.


Be willing to act against public officials that violate the public trust, create unconstitutional and unjust government, spend tax dollars beyond their limited authority to do so and who ultimately violate the inalienable rights of all. That we should do so through the use of the mechanisms in place, such as petitions for redress and impeachment, without remorse.


Carry forth a desire to help our fellow man when we can but to do so completely free from government coercion and based solely on the morality and righteousness of such actions and by our own good judgment.


Be willing to defend liberty for all mankind when tyranny threatens and never turn our backs on those that seek to secure their own freedom no matter where they may be. To deny help to others whether they are our neighbors, fellow countrymen or are across the sea when they ask is to empower tyranny and reject the superiority of liberty as an inalienable right which we have already pledged to hold dear.


When at such time America decides that war is to be joined in the defense and promotion of inalienable rights, said war should and will be fought to be won without question, retreat or surrender.


In the event that our government, its leaders and those that serve them are hostile to the liberty of mankind and begin to act as tyrants themselves, and with no other recourse, we must defend our right to our God given liberties with extreme prejudice, all necessary force and without apology.

Witnessed this day, the Tenth of May in the year of my Lord two thousand and secven I do solemnly swear to abide by this manifesto and on my sacred and binding honor to promote it.

Laus Deo.

Jeffrey J. (J.J.) Jackson

“And the Star Spangled Banner in triumph shall wave,

O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.”

-Francis Scott Key

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