Original Source Material...

A compendium of original sources, websites, and intellectual paraphernalia useful for TRP patriots:

The "deep footprints of truth" are found in the original sources!

(New sources added to the bottom.)

The Speeches of Ronald Reagan

Notes on the Debates in the Federal Convention, James Madison (1787), published (1840)

Notes of the Secret Debates of the Federal Convention of (1787) Taken by the Late Honorable Robert Yates, Chief Justice of the State of New York, published, (1821)

The Complete Rand Paul filibuster (3/6/13)

Economics in One Lesson, Henry Hazlitt

The Mystery of Banking, Murray Rothbard





Saint Joe McCarthy a true anti-communist warrior

The Spirit Cave Mummy

The Spirit Cave Lawsuit (9,400 Year Old Solutrean Mummy)

The Truth About the Robber Barons

Constitution of the United States

High Above Columbus Circle

P.S. Inflation is Still Coming… It’s Going to Hurt

Shadow Stats...The truth behind the Government statistics

William Buckley Vs Gore Vidal

The Bonnie Blue Flag

Abe Lincoln's Letter to Horace Greely

Author of, The Real Lincoln & Lincoln Unmasked

The Law, Frederic Bastiat

Complete US Presidential Election Results

Complete Thomas Jefferson Library Catalogue

The Sacred Fire of Liberty: James Madison and the Founding of the Federal Republic

Thomas Jefferson, First Inaugural Address, In the Washington, D.C. (Every President's Inaugural addresses available here as well.)

The Other September 11th

U.S. Territorial Acquisitions

Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln

Defending Mother Earth

The Religion of Peace

Media Contacts and Addresses

Interactive John Trumbull's “Declaration of Independence”

The Constitution Mural by Barry Faulkner

Terry Lakin letter to The Foreign Occupier


Farewell Address (January 11, 1989) Ronald Wilson Reagan

Declaration of Independence

Hollywood's Noble Indians -- Dancing With Myths? Paul W. Valentine

A Side of Stonewall Jackson you never knew!

Income Tax Cut, JFK Hopes To Spur Economy 1962/8/13

The Seven Stages of Civilization

Corruption that is the Ratification of the 14th Amendment

Ayn Rand/Mike Wallace Interview

Ayn Rand/Johnny Carson Interview (1967)

The Shrinking Value of the Dollar

The Rise & Fall of the Dollar

Metaphysics of Kant

Two Cows: Political Economies Through History

General Jackson Slaying the Many Headed Monster

"The complete anas of Thomas Jefferson"

Writings of Thomas Jefferson

Writings of James Madison

Writings of George Washington

Jefferson's Opinion on the Constitutionality of a National Bank : 1791

Kentucky Resolution

Virginia Resolution

Patrick Henry - Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death

Ratification of the Constitution by the State of Virginia; June 26, 1788

Letters From an American Farmer

To Jean Baptiste Say Washington, February 1, 1804

Hitler was a Socialist

U.S. Money History

States by Order of Entry into Union

The 'Paul Revere' of the South

The female Paul Revere

Freedom is slavery

Jefferson Vindicated

Historical CPI-U data from 1913 to the present

Truth of the war conspiracy of 1861

One Hundred Errors of Fact and Judgment in Oliver Stone's JFK

Full Text of Iraqi Constitution

Douglas MacArthur

FREE TO CHOOSE 2: "Tyranny of Control" (Milton Friedman)

Adolf Hitler, Time Magazines' 1938 Man of the Year 

Is Oil a Fossil Fuel? 

Colonial Colleges

Lectures by Professor Carroll Quigley

The Over-Criminalization of Social and Economic Conduct

True Prices Measured in Gold

Behind the Green Mask

Bill "Schill" is clueless

Young Opponents of Gay Marriage Undaunted by Battle Ahead

Sundown in America

i Claudius episode 6

Curtis Sliwa scammed ex to give child support to mistress

Is Hawaii Really a State of the Union?

Myths of Michael King Jr. (official name of Martin Luther King)

The Anatomy of the State

George Washington's Circular Letter of Farewell to the Army

Lance Banning discusses, The Sacred Fire of Liberty: James Madison and the Founding of the Federal Republic

Soviet/ USSR Anthem in English [by Good Red Paul Robeson]

The Book Thomas Jefferson wanted to be required reading for all Americans! Edited and translated by him in 1817


Federalist #10 The problem of majority factions (parties) and the inherent problem of democracy. (all other Federalist papers included here as well.)

Federalist #39 The Union was intended to be both FEDERAL "and" NATIONAL! Not one dominating over the other! (Cornerstone of Jeffersonian/Madisonian Constitution principle.)

Federalist #42 Included, Madison speaks out against slavery.

Federalist #45 The States sovereign in their sphere, the Federal government only in it's sphere! The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the Federal government are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite. The former will be exercised principally on external objects, as war, peace, negotiation, and foreign commerce...

Federalist #46 Both Federal and State gov's only "agents of the people," each with separate powers. The Federal only 18 enumerated powers listed under Article 1 Section 8. (Madison would later see some of his thoughts here in defending the possibility of Federal encroachment were wrong.) Also, he talks about the advantage of American's "being armed."

Federalist# 49 "A reverence for the laws would be sufficiently inculcated by the voice of an enlightened reason." "Reason needed over passion and it alone ought to control and regulate the government."

Federalist # 51 America meant to be a "compound Republic" with both State and Federal gov's acting as a check on the other.  The society (was supposed to be) broken into so many parts, interests, and classes of citizens, that the rights of individuals, or of the minority, will be in little danger from interested combinations of the majority.  A proper "Federal" system is needed and it is only when the Federal principle breaks down society will end in tyranny (what we are leading to today.)

Watch DIE HARD after Sgt. Powell exits the store to buy twinkies and looks down the street towards the Plaza...You'll get a glimpse of the Gas Sign, it was 70 cents back in 1987. Or the famous Sopranos opening credits when it was 97 cents in 1998. This chart explains why! AND it has almost nothing to do with our lack of drilling!!

The official Flag of The Right Perspective! (This was the last time we were a true Republic!)

Articles from The National Gazette of Philadelphia (1791-1793)

America's Founding Documents

The history of Market Street

Are you a good enough Federal citizen to pass their naturalization test?

Patrick Henry, James Madison, The Constitution, and the Revolution

First official cent of the United States "Mind your business!"

Jefferson begins to rout out Hamilton's true intentions

The little known Goddard Broadsides

Was the Union Army's Invasion of the Confederate States a Lawful Act

The Philosophy of Liberty in 8 Minutes

Lincoln's Unconstitutional Suspension of Habeas Corpus

The Sovereign States

John Wayne on Liberals!

John Wayne Loves Republics!

John Wayne & Ronald Reagan Republican Victory Squad


The Gold Standard Before the Civil War | Murray N. Rothbard

The Fed and the Power Elite | Murray N. Rothbard

Monopoly & Competition | Murray N. Rothbard

The Fourteenth Amendment by Thomas Woods

Nicholas Barbon on A discourse of trade. 1690

Stephen King responsible for School shootings since 1977?

President Reagan's effort to re-establish the proper role of the federal government through this Executive Order 12612! (October 26, 1987)

Reagan's EO 12612 revoked in 1998 by Bill Clinton's new EO 13083 and EO 13095, which largely re-justified the excessive unconstitutional role the federal government has assumed since the time of Franklin Roosevelt.

Power Grab by Executive Order, by: Phyllis Schlafly

William M. Gouge, A Short History of Paper Money

Mercy Otis Warren, History of the rise, progress, and termination of the American Revolution.
Thomas Jefferson, Notes of the State of Virginia

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson

Sir William Blackstone, Commentaries on the laws of England

James Madison, Notes on the Federal Convention of 1787

John C. Calhoun, A Disquisition on Government and a Discourse on the Constitution and Government of the United States

Harriet Martineau, Retrospect of Western Travel (Visit to James Madison in his 83rd year)

Baron de Montesquieu, The Spirit of Laws

John Adams, A Defense of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America 

Ben Franklin, The Life of Dr. Benjamin Franklin

The Federalist, on the new Constitution

Bernard Mandeville, The Fable of the Bees

James Burgh, Political Disquisitions

Beccaria, Essay on Crimes and Punishments

John Dickinson, Letters from a Farmer in Pa

Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan

William Duncan, Elements in Logic

John Locke, Two Treatises of Government

De Lolme, The Constitution of England

Euclid, Elements

Murphy, The Works of Sallust

Francis Hutcheson, A Short Introduction to Moral Philosophy

Malthus, An Essay on the Principle of Population

Machiavelli, Discourses

Thomas More, Utopia

Thomas Paine, Common Sense

John Trenchard, Cato's Letters

Plato, The Republic

Vattel, Law of Nations

Sidney, Discourses on Government

Montagu, Rise & Fall of Ancient Republicks

Sir Francis Bacon, The Advancement of Learning

Addison, Cato a Tragedy

John Locke, Human Understanding

George Washington, Farewell Address

Aristotle, Metaphysics

James Harrington, The Commonwealth of Oceania

William Graham Sumner, Alexander Hamilton

Cabot Lodge, The Works of Alexander Hamilton

Francis Bacon, Essays

William Wirt, Life and Character of Patrick Henry

David Hume, A Treatise on Human Nature

Jefferson Davis, The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government Volume 2

Joseph Story, Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States (Hamiltonian Nationalist)

George Bancroft, History of the United States of America

David Hume, A History of England

Burlamaqui, The Principles of Natural and Political Law

The Great Debate between Webster & Hayne

Charles Beard, Economic Origins of Jeffersonian Democracy

William Leggett, A Collection of the Politcal Writings of William Leggett

William Maclay, The Journal of William Maclay 1789-1791

Max Farrand, The Father's of the Constitution

Max Farrand, The Framing of the Constitution of the United States

John Marshall, The Life of George Washington (Hamiltonian Nationalist)

James Buchanan, The Administration on the Eve of Rebellion

Collins, Bolingbroke

Descartes, Discourse on Method

Elwes, Works of Spinoza

Frederic Bastiat, Sophisms of the Protectionists

Austin, Philip Freneau The Poet of the Revolution

Lamb, History of the City of New York

Adam Smith, Inquiry into the Nature & Causes of the Wealth of Nations

Pinochet's robust Library

Machiavelli, The Prince

Mercy Otis Warren, Poems, dramatic and miscellaneous

Benjamin Rush, Essays literary, moral & philosophical

Lewis Henry Boutell, The Life of Roger Sherman

William Barton, Memoirs of the Life of David Rittenhouse

Matthew L. Davis, Memoirs of Aaron Burr

William Graham Sumner, Robert Morris

Jared Sparks, The Life and Treason of Benedict Arnold

John Stuart Mill, On Liberty

William Austin, Peter Rugg The Missing Man

Richard Henry Lee *, The Life of Arthur Lee

Richard Henry Lee *, Memoir of the life of Richard Henry Lee



Harry Cushing, The Writings of Samuel Adams 1764-1769

Harry Cushing, The Writings of Samuel Adams 1770-1773

Harry Cushing, The Writings of Samuel Adams 1774-1777

Haryy Cushing, The Writings of Samuel Adams 1778-1802

F.H. Peters, Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle

J. Cook Wilson, On the Interpretation of Plato's Timaeus

Benedict de Spinoza, Ethic

Leibnitz. Discourse on Metaphysics

Leibnitz, New Essays on Human Understanding

John Taylor of Caroline, Disunion sentiment in Congress in 1794 a confidential memorandum hitherto unpublished 

How INFLATION and BANKS are destroying the Productive Class!

Captain James T. Kirk...a member of the Cult of the Constitution??

Cosenza, Francesco Petrarca And The Revolution Of Cola Di Rienzo 

Harley, William Maclay

Carroll Quigley, The Mythology of American Democracy

Albert Gallatin, Considerations on the Currency and Banking System of the United States

The Evils of Monetarism!

Abiel Holmes, American Annals Volume 1

Abiel Holmes, American Annals Volume 2

William M. Gouge, An inquiry into the expediency of dispensing with bank agency and bank paper in fiscal concerns of the United States. 

Charles A. Conant, (Hamiltonian Nationalist) A History of Modern Banks of Issue

Charles A. Conant, (Hamiltonian Nationalist) The Principles of Money and Banking

Martin Van Buren, The autobiography of Martin Van Buren

George Washington, The writings of George Washington from the original manuscript sources, 1745-1799

Constitutional Problems Under Lincoln, written by James G. Randall (1926)

"Reading Hamilton from the Left"... (Clearly today's Left Wing radicals are finally and correctly realizing Hamilton's "centralization" is the key to maintaining socialism/government sponsored tyranny over an economy, run by and for the benefit of an elite few. These radicals have a new-found love affair with the "founding father of big government." (See Hamilton the Musical.) Opposed by Jefferson's and Adam Smith's "decentralized" division of labor with minimally centralized government that leads to freedom, liberty, and power to the "individual citizen" working under the "loving hand" of Free Enterprise. Jefferson was not opposed to industrialization or modernization as most Jacobins think. He merely saw the yeoman freehold farmer as the small business engines of a growing and burgeoning economy! Control in "the people's hands!" not the government's or their apparatchik's!)

Raoul Berger, Government by Judiciary: The transformation of the Fourteenth Amendment (1977)

The Philosophy of Gassendi, G.S. Brett

Gassendi's Epicurius ("Jefferson Believed the Epicurian Philosophy came nearest to the truth of any ancient system of philosophy but it had been misunderstood and misrepresented. He wished the work of Gassendi concerning it had been translated at the time." From John Qunicy Adams' diary, a conversation at Jefferson's dinner table at the White House.)

The ISIS suicide bomber who was paid $1.25 MILLION in compensation by the British government because he was locked up in Guantanamo!

Dugald Stewart, Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind

Thomas Blackwell, An Enquiry in the Life and Writings of Homer

Conyers Middleton, The Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero

William Stith, The History of Virginia

Jean Baptist Say, A treatise on Political Economy

William Wirt, Life of Patrick Henry

Barry Edward O'Meara, Napoleon in Exile

William Johnson, Sketches of the Life and Correspondence of Nathaniel Greene

Martin Van Buren, Autobiography of Martin Van Buren

Martin Van Buren, An Inquiry into the Origin and Course of Political Parties in The United States

Henry S. Randall, The Life of Thomas Jefferson

Multiple or Mallaeble Traditons in American Politics?:Insights from the Intersection of Immigration, Social Capital, and Welfare Policy 

David Saville Muzzey, Thomas Jefferson (He was accused of being a Bolshevik by the Better America Federation.)

Abridgement of the Debates in Congress (1789-1856) Vol 6.

Albert Gallatin, Views of the Public Debt, Receipts & Expenditures of the United States (1801)

**Thomas Jefferson, Draft Declaration & Protest of Virginia (1825), setting the record straight! This is how it was supposed to be folks!! We lost our liberty to the Nationalists!! Fight to retain the sacred fire of Liberty and restore Jeffersonian Federalism !!!

The Truth fully researched and explained for the sheep-le!!

His grandfather was a slave! Now he's a vocal champion for Confederate monuments!!

Abel P. Upshur, The Federal Government: True Nature & Character; Being a Review of Judge Story's Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States

Macy’s Courts Muslims With New Hijab Brand

Life & Letters of Thomas Jefferson, Francis W. Hirst (1926)

Louis Sebastien Mercier, L'An 2440

Thomas Jefferson Truth on Race, Slavery

Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Rush, 23 September 1800, (included: thoughts on unhealthiness of cities, unfair attacks by his politically motivated critics, unneeded posthumous honors, & the ultra famous quote on state sponsored religion, "for I have sworn upon the altar of god, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man."

History of Free Blacks 1619-1860

Why did Free Blacks stay in the Old South???

Duke Wayne "Full" Playboy Interview (May 1971)

Onkar Ghate's Interview in The Right Perspective

Sir Issac Newton, Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica

Roland M. Baumann, John Swanwick: Spokesman for "Merchant Republicanism" in Philadelphia, 1790-1798

George Richards Minot, The history of the insurrections in Massachusetts. In the year seventeen hundred and eighty six. And the rebellion consequent thereon

Speeches of Fisher Ames (Hamiltonian Nationalist) in Congress 1789-1796

The political activities of Philip Freneau, Samuel E. Forman

"Ye shall know the Truth, and the Truth shall make you free!" - Original motto of the University of Virginia