IRON DIXIE COMMITTEE OF RIGHTS WELCOMES YOU
"...where the spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty."
WHO WE ARE
The Iron Dixie Committee of Rights is a community based organization, that serves the people of Iron and Washington Counties in southern Utah in asserting their constitutional rights and petitioning for redress of grievances, organized under the 1st amendment of the US Constitution.
Iron Dixie Committee of Rights is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before. We work on many exciting projects to help improve the lives of others, and are very proud of the progress we continue to make. Learn more about what we do, who we help, and how we work every day to promote positive change.
The People of Utah are taking action to end the state of emergency. Learn the constitutional basis of this power and what a coalition of groups, businesses and individuals is doing, all representing "We the People" from around the entire state. Also, learn how you can join them to take action to END the illegal state of emergency.
The "cost" of becoming a basic member is not financial, but a personal commitment to uphold the constitutional law of the land for all Utahns. In return for the benefits you receive you declare that in both word and deed you are committed to someone else's rights as others are commited to yours.
The following is the committment you make
Commitment to other people's rights, to respond to calls for help as you are able
Commitment to the law of the land (US and Utah Constitutions)
Additionally for businesses:
Commitment to keep your business open
Commitment to legal tender and constitutional money as you are able
In the future, there will be additional membership options with additional benefits and cost as our community needs evolve.
A Bit of Background
Before the war for independence, the colonists were feeling the heavy
hand of government overreach. Something had to be done. Communication was necessary for people to
know what was being perpetrated upon the people in different parts of the colonies. As there was no
telephone, TV, or internet, they organized Committees of Safety to write to one another so that all could
be aware and involved, should the time come to take action, which it certainly did. The Boston Tea Party
was soon to follow. Today, we feel the effects of government overreach, just as they did then. Sometimes
it takes the form of unconstitutional rules issued through unelected agencies. In the United States,
government derives its power from the people. It is ironic when it oppresses the people, often one family
at a time, so that the rest of us can watch the tragedy ensue from behind our curtains.
When the government commits injustice, where can one turn for help? There is one local organization
that can bring assistance. It is newly formed, and based upon the old committees of Safety. Here, it is
called The Iron Dixie Committee of Rights. This is a growing movement around the nation. We exist to
oppose government overreach in a peaceful manner, by upholding the U.S. and the Utah constitutions.
We are a freedom family. As such, we promise, upon joining, to come to the call of another member
being unjustly treated by the government. We are first and foremost an organization of action. We can
learn all we want to, but without action, freedom is dead.
If you support a government that follows the constitutions, however inconvenient for them, and are
willing to stand up for truth, justice, and the American way for each other, please consider joining our
ranks! More information can be found at irondixiecommittee.us.