Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Lost Liberty Hotel

I try to listen to Jerry Hughes program on Accent Radio Network every time it's on. Jerry never fails to deliver a very interesting program. Some of you may have heard of one of the guest he had on the air today. Logan Darrow Clements, the man that came up with the idea of building the Lost Liberty Hotel on land owned by Supreme Court Justice David H. Souter after the Kelo vs. City Of New London decision/land grab. While listening to today's program I found out that Mr. Clements has a web site, Lost Liberty Hotel. Anyone that is concerned about the loss of property rights (if your a United States citizen you should be) should find Lost Liberty Hotel very interesting. I do hope you will take the time to check it out

God Bless America, God Save The Republic


Blogger Jake Porter said...

I heard this and I think that maybe it will teach the judges that their decisions can affect them just like the rest of America.

6:36 PM  
Blogger Scriptor said...

Yeah, I heard it a while ago on Sovereign Commentary. Pretty funny, but you have to consider whether they are really serious, take one look at that website and you know they mean it. I hope Lost Liberty can pull back all the "high-up" politicos to the streets of ordinary America. I expect it will not happen, any politician could just pay some annoying protestor off, unless the people are really devoted, and have reasons other than money.

Just a note, I've created a new Historium (Historium 2, very creative, I know), you can go there at I am still trying to get the word out. Please tell me what you think, there is music so you may want to turn the volume a little lower. Your opinion will be really appreciated.


5:32 PM  
Blogger John said...

I love the idea of the Lost Liberty Hotel. Sorry I missed this.

7:30 AM  
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4:16 AM  

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