Death before Dishonor!

8 Nov

I mean no disrespect to honorable veterans and members of the Armed Forces of the United States but I have no respect for oath-breakers… nor does the God I worship. The Constitution is under the most intense attack in the … Read More »

A President Trump I could support

30 Aug

People around the country are being energized by the rhetoric of Donald Trump. He is saying what he knows needs to be said without regard to the “sensitivities” of Political Correctness… something that has been sorely lacking in our milk … Read More »

Do Americans truly Celebrate Independence on the Fourth of July?

3 Jul

Recently, in discussions with some members of the organized Militia who will remain unnamed, people admitted what I always suspected; the primary concern of many if not most members is the welfare of their family and the protection of their … Read More »

Securing our Natural Rights

14 May

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.— That to secure these rights, … Read More »

Reducing Crime at Home

13 Apr

Local governments around the country are trying to replace their inefficient public police forces with private police forces. In areas where they’re being used there is a marked drop in the crime rate. While that may be encouraging on one … Read More »

Our Natural Right to Keep and Bear Arms and its Implications to Society

7 Mar

This article is not meant to provide statistical analysis or attempt to convince people to lobby Congress to remove restrictions on firearms; Congress was prohibited by the Bill of Rights, Article IV to infringe on that right and there is … Read More »

Raising the Militia In Spite of Globalist Control

14 Mar

The state of the Militia today should more accurately reflect the militia prior to the ratification of the Constitution, since Congress is in default of the agreement and has failed to exercise its responsibilities as defined in Article I, Section … Read More »