Who WE Are

About Our Group

In May of 2008, it was decided by four Christian men to get together weekly in the small town of Walnut Cove, NC to discuss the loss of our liberties. At the time, some of us thought we were still living in a free country. We couldn't have been further from the truth.

Our teacher, Bill Randell, who has been independently studying the law since around 1981, has brought a wealth of knowledge to the table every week. Having taken a stand for his liberties on multiple occassions, he knows first hand that while excercising your God-given rights is not easy, and usually requires self-sacrifice, it is a required necessity for the survival of our liberties and this country.

Our Mission

Today, we at Carolina Liberty continue our mission to inform and educate Americans about the untaught history, vital to understanding why the government currently operates without Constitutional limitations. We desire to be a voice in our community for truth, activism and change toward liberty and the exercising of individual rights based on arguments which aim at the roots of the problem. The sense of urgency we are experiencing today has also precipitated our need to promote the public welfare as the relationship between people and the government continues to deteriorate.

Ignorance Isn't Bliss

The majority of us have been taught all our lives that the government is the authority -- and what the government says, we must do. Fortunately, this is not how our God-fearing founders set things up. Our government gets it's marching orders from the Constitution, which we the people created. In short, if it isn't written in the Constitution, the government DOES NOT have the lawful authority to do it. By itself, the Constitution is only a piece of paper. But if we the people will learn about our many rights which it protects, and put aside our fears to take a stand for those rights, only then will we have any hope of living lives where we are free to assemble, worship, speak, defend ourselves, keep the fruits of our labor and more. So the question is, "How do we excercise our rights when we don't know what they are?" Through study, one of the goals of our group is to educate ourselves and others about our rights -- to learn what they are and how to defend them.

Power Pyramid: God, Man, Constitution, Government, Agencies, Civil Servants

"When the people fear their government, there is tyranny;
when the government fears the people, there is liberty.
~Thomas Jefferson


Bill Randell
Carolina Liberty
Founder / Teacher

John Ainsworth
NC American Republic

Carolina Liberty attendees protesting unconstitutional income tax and promoting state sovereignty at the Winston Salem Tea Party

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