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Glen Bradley, NC Rep and Ron Paul supporter on Neil Cavuto today at 4pm EDT


This is good profile of Glen. He will be talking about sound money on the Neil Cavuto Show at 4p EDT.

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Back for 2012 and stepping up.

I hope that after examining my record, I can count on your support for my 2012 run for NC State Senate. I was squeezed out of the House by redistricting, and they are sure to primary me in the Senate. With your help, I will ascend to the State Senate and again demand that the Constitution be heard, but from the upper chamber. http://glenbradley2012.com/

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Glen Bradley did a very fine job. We should all be proud.


In an online Franklin Times comment from Bradley:

Why is it that every time I say "simply citing Article 1 Section 10 of the US Constitution to recognize already pre-existing silver and gold coin as tender within the State" it somehow gets reported as the State establishing or issuing some new currency? That is decidedly NOT what I am looking at in any way, shape or form.

There is one study commission that was intended to basically be written by the committee itself. It was copied whole-cloth from South Carolina Senate Bill 500 for the specific purpose of being totally re-written by the committee it lands in front of. I did that on purpose to make the effort bi-partisan. I suppose all of this explains why none of my colleagues on either side of the aisle ever really ry to do things in a bi-partisan manner.

The only other bill I am looking at is citing and recognizing Article 1 Section 10 of the US Constitution as valid and effective in NC, thus removing transactional taxation (not sales tax) from purchases and exchanges that are made in silver or gold.

The costs of both of these are basically nothing.

For the study commission, legislators are going to be in Raleigh during the interim anyway for the study commissions that are always formed, so no added costs are incurred there, commission binders are recycled, so no added cost there, maybe...just maybe there will be a cost equivalent to 2, 3 reams of recycled paper at best. Maybe $5 for three reams of paper?

As to the second bill, there is literally zero cost in stating "ok, you are now allowed to do what the US Constitution has always said you were allowed to do, but weren't actually given the liberty to do."

So, at most, the two of these together will cost five dollars.

There is no state issued currency, there is no state struck coin, and I cannot understand why it keeps getting reported as though there were, despite my adamant statements to the contrary.




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was great as usual .... Neil wasn't so bad ... maybe he is beginning to get it.

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Glenn posted here at DP


Constitution give Congress the authority to:
To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures;

Constitution further states:
No State shall ... coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts;

States can call on Congress to provide Constitutionally legal tender in the form of gold or silver Coin.

Free includes debt-free!

Big bump

for alternative currencies...

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North Carolina Convicts Minting Own Currency - Silver Outlawed

North Carolina is proposing exactly what they are sending this man to die for. Rep. Glen Bradley wants North Carolina to issue its own legal tender backed by silver and gold.

Yes, Defendant Convicted of Minting His Own Currency.

On March 18th Bernard von NotHaus received what may well amount to life in prison for minting and gold silver coins to compete against the private Fed board. His Companies NORFED and Liberty Dollars.

Rep. Glen Bradley needs to call for Gov. Bev Perdue to Pardon NotHaus and decriminalize the private monetary exchange of local sovereign citizens.

It is Just and Correct State interposition to protect free exchange of silver and goods!

Life in Prison for Federal Competition – Silver Death Sentencing



A commission to study the issue it not the same.

NotHaus set the competing currency movement back decades by blatantly breaking the law and passing his bucks off as USA backed.

Free includes debt-free!

Incorrect...Glen Bradley is not calling on NC to print our own

money. Bradley is simply proposing a bill that will have NC recognize that silver and gold are money. That's it. The free market will come in and supply the currency. At least that is the hope, and then we can get paid in which one we choose. The new sound money or the fiat dollar.