Unfortunately, I don't agree with almost everything this guy believes politically. I say, unfortunately, because he has some very good ideas and has done a lot of research, and has even gone into court. I've met him before, and he's got a lot of energy and is very passionate about America and how we can save it. He's actually a real pleasure to talk to in person, because he's very intelligent and has a lot of knowledge. I promise you that you have never heard any of this in a public school or even a college, today. He mainly focuses on Reconstruction and the 14th amendment. Here is part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40_4ujNB ... re=related I believe it goes all the way to part 9. I've watched all of it. You can find all 9 in the suggestion bar over to the right side. Also, if you don't have time to watch all the videos, please watch this summary that he gave at an event, Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxYIKU2B ... re=related Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcwXzdSU ... re=related Did you notice something? He didn't go by his notes... no teleprompter, either. Now that is a speech. What I find interesting is that he has actually has gone into court and asked the state of North Carolina to prove to him that the North Carolina of today is a lawfully created state, and they basically told him that they couldn't answer him, and then after putting him off, they came back and told him that the state of North Carolina had no intention to prove to him that it is now a lawfully created state. He was brought into court for not having a driver's license, and after he asked the now State of North Carolina to prove that it is a lawfully created state, and since they couldn't, they dropped the charges, and said they will not prove it is lawful, and he has never been to jail and still drive around without a state driver's license to this day. In this, he could also carry a firearm without a license, legally in North Carolina and get away with that as well. Of course, he'd find himself in court, again, but you would guess charges would be dropped just the same as his charges of driving without a state license. There are some really outside of the box things discussed here. Lastly, if you think you can prove him wrong, he will bet you $10,000 to prove him wrong. He states so publicly in the videos, and on his websites. I say that if you can prove him wrong, go for it. You'll be $10,000 richer. At this point in time, no North Carolina judge, DA, or prosecutor has proved him wrong, yet.