A Republic, If We Can Keep It.

“Sell not…liberty to purchase power.”

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Our Pledge

At the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787, Ben Franklin was asked by passersby about what kind of political system we would have and he reportedly replied: “A Republic, if you can keep it.”
We pledge to keep it.

Therefore, we rededicate ourselves to uphold the following basic principles, and we call on our fellow citizens to do the same:

Let every eligible voter vote.
Let every vote be counted.
Let the electoral count stand.

Respect the voice of the people in each state as expressed in the popular vote.

Sign the Pledge

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January 11, 2022 in KOR in the News

New Poll: Pennsylvania Electoral Process Survey from Muhlenberg College & Keep Our Republic

FULL REPORT: Keep Our Republic/Muhlenberg College Pennsylvania Electoral Process Survey A new survey released today from the Muhlenberg Institute of Public Opinion, in conjunction with Keep Our Republic, a national civic education non-profit, shows Pennsylvania voters are sharply divided on electoral issues. KEY FINDINGS  Over a year after the 2020 election, voters in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania remain…
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January 4, 2022 in KOR in the News

Prosecuting Trump and his Accomplices: Their Crimes and the Laws They Broke

By Jonathan M. Winer Jan 4, 2022 After the first year of investigations into the January 6 insurrection, which the House in authorizing its Select Committee termed a “domestic terrorist attack,” there is extensive evidence that the assault was instigated and incited by then-President Donald Trump. In precipitating the mob attack on the Capitol, Trump…
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December 6, 2021 in KOR in the News

The Power of Ideas by Gary Hart

The history of ideas suggests that ideas with moral authority prevail in the long run over those that propagandize power and ruthlessness. All men are created equal prevailed against ownership of men by men. Democracy prevailed over fascism and communism.  The ideal of democracy prevailed in ancient Athens over authoritarian Sparta. The Roman republic prevailed…
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The Unconventional Threat Podcast

Season 2 Episode 1

A Shadow Falls on Our Democracy

In the first episode of Season 2 of Unconventional Threat, hosts Jonathan Winer and Peter Eisner uncover efforts by extremists to gain control of our government through unconstitutional methods.

With a focus on the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Winer and Eisner reveal the unethical tactics being used across the country by forces opposed to fair and impartial elections in order to execute their strategies of

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