One of TMM’s strongest members is James Jaeger of Matrix Entertainment. James is a masterful documentary film maker who focuses on Constitutional subjects, with emphasis on Dr. Edwin Vieira, Jr.’s, writings on the Second Amendment. See Dr. Vieira’s landing page at TMM for a complete listing of his books.
Both James Jaeger and Dr. Vieira were among the very first operatives to be featured in our Allied Camps section at The Mental Militia. See James’ landing page for a listing of his films, excepting his recently completed “MAINSTREAM”, a film about corruption in the New York media and in Hollywood.
Dr. Vieira writes wonderfully informative revelations about the Founders’ original intent in drafting the Constitution. He is a peerless authority on the Constitution and a prolific book author. He especially enjoys writing about the Second Amendment and has a trilogy on the subject of “Constitutional Homeland Security”, which you’ll see at his landing page. The three titles are:
1, Constitutional “Homeland Security”: Volume 1: The Nation In Arms
2, The Sword and Sovereignty: The Constitutional Principles of “the Militia of the Several States”
(Constitutional Homeland Security, Volume 2)
3. By Tyranny Out Of Necessity: The Bastardy Of ‘Martial Law’ (Constitutional Homeland Security, Volume 3)
But Dr. Vieira also has a wonderful little book devoted to the first 13 words of the Second Amendment. The book is titled: “Thirteen Words”. Get your copy at Amazon.
Allow me to pause here and echo the seriousness of Dr. Vieira’s work on the Second Amendment. We either have a Constitution, or we don’t. Despite the fact that most Federal folks in WDC constantly act as if we do not have a Constitution, it is my opinion that the document which created those public servants’ offices is their only basis for posing as “government” employees, elected officials, and appointed public servants. Based on the fact that not one of the idiots in Congress would have a seat in government if government had not first been created by We The People, and based on the fact that We The People created that government by writing it into existence with the Constitution, it is absurd to suppose that we do not have a Constitution.
Yet the supreme idiocy which prevails in government today reveals that our representative government employees simply ignores the limitations placed on the Federal government by the very document which created it. To get to the point, I encourage everyone reading here to go ahead and buy Dr. Vieira’s book, “Thirteen Words”. Those who do will have a head start on appreciating James Jaeger’s upcoming film, “Good Guys With Guns”. And what are the thirteen words? Well, most TMMers already know, but for those who stumble across this article I’ll repeat them here —
“A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a Free State…”
That is part of our Constitution, and that particular part of our Constitution is totally ignored by those folks who are running our government. Even the good souls over at the National Rifle Association, who propose to believe in our Constitution, fail to live up to those thirteen words which open the Second Amendment. That is what James Jaeger is about to expose and heal with his new film, Good Guys With Guns.
James has already issued his first progress report, so I will now place that report below for your enjoyable reading experience as you learn what James and Dr. Vieira are up to.
Dear GOOD GUY Associate,
That’s right you are now a “Good Guy Associate” if you champion our new movie project:GOOD GUYS WITH GUNSWhy the NRA Should Support a Constitutional Militia
Here’s a synopsis of the plot:Every time there’s another mass-shooting at a church, school or public place, predictably the same “gun-control” freaks come out and advocate yet more infringements of the Second Amendment. More gun-free zones, more registration, more limits on weapons and accouterments that could save lives.GOOD GUYS WITH GUNS explores the reasons the Founding Fathers gave WE THE PEOPLE a means of protecting ourselves, not only through the “individual right to keep and bear,” but through well-regulated state Militias.
Given the first 13 words of the Second Amendment — as well as three additional clauses in the U.S. Constitution — shouldn’t gun associations, like the NRA, be supporting ALL of the reasons the Framers wanted Americans to keep and bear?Inspired by the works of Edwin Vieira, Jr., author of Thirteen Words, The Sword and Sovereignty and By Tyranny Out of Necessity