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Statement of Mission

April 18, 1775, John Adams and John Hancock were at the home of Pastor Jonas Clarke. British General Thomas Gage urged the colonists to lay down their arms and all would be forgiven, except for Samuel Adams and John Hancock. That same night, Paul Revere arrived to warn them of the approaching Redcoats. The next morning British Major John Pitcairn shouted to an assembled regiment of Minutemen:"Disperse, ye villains, lay down your arms in the name of George the Sovereign King of England." The response of Pastor Clarke was:

"We recognize no Sovereign but God and no King but Jesus"

DECLARATIONS:

We declare that natural human rights come from God alone, and governmental usurpation of citizens' God-given rights to life, liberty and property must cease at all levels.

We declare that the Founding Fathers created the Constitution and Bill of Rights, not as an enumeration of the rights of citizens but instead to define the limits of the power of the federal government.

We declare that the power to govern resides in the people, as free citizens of their states of residence, which duly apportion power to the federal government as determined by the will of the people of each of their respective states.

PRIMARY FOCUS OF OUR FREEDOM CAMPAIGNS:

We will openly and actively oppose any and all imminent threats to the freedoms and liberties of the free citizens of the Great State of Tennessee. Following are such issues, listed in no particular order of priority:

SECONDARY ISSUES

While each of the following issues are most certainly of concern to RTFC and most other Patriot groups, it is essential we focus our campaigns on the most imminent threats to our freedom and liberty. Note that primary issues tend to be at the local and state level, and secondary issues tend to be federal. The importance of issues is always in a state of flux, so our focus may shift from time to time as current events unfold.

Update: June 6th, 2012