Monday, November 14, 2011

The Clarion Edict

The Clarion Edict title was chosen by its publisher/editor, Debby Reagan, because she wanted her readers to know that they have an independent voice for them within the media. Clarion means a medieval trumpet. It also means clarity; clear. Edict means a proclamation with the force of law, an order or command. Ms. Reagan thought it was high time that the peoples voice was clearly proclaimed of what they want, need and think about their government, officials, constitutional rights,  veterans issues and all things patriotic without regards to any governmental party (or intrusion) or political affiliations,  gender, race, religion or creed. A TRUTHFUL reporting to the people of  their government leaders, agencies and corporations activities that the mainstream media will not report. Truly, an independent voice for the people so that it’s abundantly clear to one and all, what we demand from and of our government which we have created and are the masters of and which answers to us,
“We the People”.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Debbie, of this "Clarion" I remember from an old episode of BONANZA entitled: "The Clarion", see: of 9 Feb.1969.

    Plus a new word I found today of initiative = "3. The procedure by which citizens can propose a law by petition and ensure its submission to the electorate." Of I thought that all statutes had to be presented first as only bills and only State Representatives elected could do so. I guess not, but can somebody find one in any state as an example?