The DVD Companion to the 3 book set.
DVD Set Contents :
DVD 1 : RS 2477 Overview – 50 minutes DVD 2 : Statehood Part 1 – 82 minutes DVD 3 : Statehood Part 2 – 58 minutes
Statehood Part 3 – 34 minutes DVD 4 : Statehood Part 4 – 28 minutes Statehood Part 5 – 63 minutes
Total Running Time : 5 Hours 15 Minutes
Bill Redd is a retired San Juan County, Utah commissioner, having served twelve years in that role. Prior to serving in the county commission, Mr. Redd was a grocery and dry goods store owner and Uranium miner. He is a graduate of the University of Utah with a degree in Banking and Finance. He is a life-long resident of Blanding, Utah where he also served for a time as mayor.
Bill Howell has worked for the Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments in Price since 1974. In Colorado, this agency would be called a “Region.” Prior to his term with the Association, Mr. Howell was a classroom teacher in Seattle, Washington. He is a graduate of Arizona State University with a degree in education and general science with emphasis in chemistry and biology.He was born in Prescott, AZ and grew up in the mining camp of Bagdad, AZ
STATEHOOD: The Territorial Imperative
STATEHOOD: An Extraction (look to this as an initial study guide or student workbook)
RS 2477: A Road Out of Territorial Bondage
This set is just as its title indicates, Imperative, to a full restoration of our Republic.
It has been a privilege and joy for Hour Of The Time to work with the authors on research and conference’s and now we humbly offer their work as part of our solution-oriented approach to solving our problems.
“It rests within the State to determine the extent of territory over which the federal will exercise Sovereign Jurisdiction”, from the Writings of George Washington from the Original Manuscript Sources.
“(T)he State legislatures, who will always be not only vigilant but suspicious and jealous guardians of the rights of the citizens against encroachments from the federal government, will constantly have their attention awake to the conduct of the national rulers, and will be ready enough, if any thing improper appears, to sound the alarm to the people, and not only to be the VOICE, but, if necessary, the ARM of their discontent.” Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 26
“Too much provision cannot be made against a consolidation. The state governments represent the wishes, and feelings, and local interests, of the people. They are the safeguard and ornament of the Constitution; they will protract the period of our liberties; they will afford a shelter against the abuse of power, and will be the natural avengers of our violated rights.” Mr. Ames, In State Constitutional Convention, Boston, January 19, 1788, Debates in the Convention of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the Adoption of the Federal Constitution
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