Friday, January 23, 2009


To all of our publishers: We thank you.

This is a general thank you to all of our publishers, but a specific thank you to Judi McLeod, founder and publisher of Canada Free Press, for her help in taking the National Association of Rural Landowners (NARLO) to national standing.
We would also like to give a special thanks to Jeff Bennett of the Federal Observer for making a special effort to work with us and have us on his daily radio show.
We'd like to thank all of you for seeing value in our work and helping us inform readers about NARLO and what is happening to our Republic.
Again, our sincere thanks. We are growing because of you.
Ron Ewart, President

We owe a great deal to our NARLO members and our supporters from all over America. We could not exist with out them. But we also owe a debt of gratitude to those on-line and print venues who have seen value in our work and have published our articles and essays on a regular basis. As a result, our "words" have found their way into almost every corner of America. But we owe a special debt of gratitude to Judi McLeod, founder and publisher of Canada Free Press (CFP), an on-line source of news and articles that reaches tens of thousands in both the U. S. and Canada.
Today Judi paid is the ultimate compliment by devoting four (4) paragraphs about NARLO and our "words" in her cover story article ("It's Over") in Canada Free Press this morning, quoting from our most recent article. (log on to to see article)
This is what she said in her cover story article:
"......... But it's the morning of the day after (Obama's Coronation) and a changed world. In a single day, the disenfranchised are turning to organizations such as the National Association of Rural Landowners (NARLO), where president Ron Ewart is calling on Americans to keep America independent and free from government nationalization. (the links were "hot" in the article)
...We are not asking you to rise up in violence against individual men, politicians and our government institutions," Ewart says. "We are asking you to rise up in unison by using the mechanisms of the very freedom that was granted to us in our constitutions and that was paid for by the blood and treasure of millions of souls who have given their lives in the defense of that freedom. We are asking you to avail yourselves of the right of the "consent of the governed" and make it known to your representatives of your consent when they get it right, or non-consent when they stray from the path of the Supreme Law. We are asking you to use the courts to undo laws that are blatantly in violation of the Constitution. This cannot be a token effort. It will only work with a maximum effort.
"America is a Constitutional Republic, not a Democracy no matter how many times you hear it otherwise. A Republic is government by the rule of law. The foundation of that law in America is our Constitution and it is our Supreme Law. A Democracy is government by the rule of the majority, or the mob. Whatever the majority decides to be acceptable becomes the law no matter how the minority may complain, or how many rights the law may trample.
"Verily, verily I say unto you, rise up Americans as did our forefathers and those that led them. Rise up in anger and commitment to right the wrongs and grievances that have been thrust upon us by a government that has lost all allegiance to our founding principles of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, that is the irrevocable gift of our Creator. Every day, in perpetuity, we must prove to government, at every level, and others, that we will vehemently defend that gift, because unless we do, government will do whatever it pleases, and it is."
We would have had to pay thousands of dollars to get this kind of a plug for the National Association of Rural Landowners. We thank Judi and Canada Free Press for what she and CFP have done to elevate NARLO to national standing.
We would also like to thank the following publishers for carrying our work. We are growing because of their efforts on our behalf.
The Federal Observer (
The Hawaii Reporter (
Good Neighbor Law (
Citizens for a Constitutional Republic (
The Republic Magazine (
The Reagan Wing (
Yooper Scooper Magazine
Gun News, and others
Take care, Ron

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