Do not think for one moment that the Founders of this great experiment, our Representative Republic, didn’t have emergencies. They understood famine. They understood pestilence. They understood being attacked by Native Americans. And yet, they supplied no provision in their Constitutions for the chief executive of either the Commonwealth of Virginia or the United States of America to claim supreme power, either temporarily or permanently.Continue reading "No Emergency is Worth Our Liberties"
The form that our government has taken now is that of a vast totalitarian office building. Each department is headed up by a manager holding the powers of a dictator.Continue reading "Neither Republic nor Democracy, America is now a Dictatorship of Department Managers"
The fact is, Duncan could have opened fire on the SWAT team outside of his house and the police would still be in the wrong.Continue reading "The Details Don’t Matter. The Police Who Executed The Warrant are Tyrants."
We need the militia as a backstop for chaos, as a place for those inclined to action to put their efforts. We need the militia to be a warning against a tyrannical government who would use any opportunity to expand it’s power and cancel your liberties. We need the militia to bring calm and orderliness to a panicked people and to those who would lash out.Continue reading "Now, More Than Ever, We Need the Militia"
as citizens moved out of the registration area, they could gaze on the parchment replicas of the muster register from 1781Continue reading "Amherst County Mustered the Militia, Connected with 240-Year-Old Past."
This month we have several musters lined up. Be sure to attend your nearest muster, even if you are not in the county we need neighboring militias to show their support!Continue reading "Militia Musters for the Month of March 2020"
District Supervisor Matt Cline proposed the resolution that offered recognition to the militia as well as further bulstaring the county’s gun rights protections. After militia organizer Wes Gardner spoke, the board voted 6 to 1 in favor of the resolution.Continue reading "Campbell County Board Passes Militia Resolution"
Around 200 showed up ready to serve and others still showed support or just observed the process. Interviewing many of the militiamen revealed common threads amoung the group.Continue reading "In Their Own Words: Why People Are Joining Their Local Militia"
The air is brisk and men and women of purpose answer the call of duty and service. By an estimation, 200 armed citizens gathered in formation to begin the muster, more trickle in by the minute.Continue reading "Campbell County Called for a Muster of the Militia, Many Answered."