Enemies of Liberty are ruthless. To own your Liberty, you'd better come harder than your enemies..

Current ThreatCon for CONUS

Current ThreatCon for CONUS
Current ThreatCon for CONUS

Thursday, June 15, 2017

How One Leftist Could Change The Balance of Power...

Consider if the Leftist gunman had succeeded in scoring hits on Senators Rand Paul and Jeff Flake during his attack.

The United States Senate would no longer have a Republican majority - unless the VP stepped-in to vote.  One man with one rifle and a bit of skill could have hurled the country into a genuine Constitutional crisis and may have become the catalyst for wide-spread escalation of RevWarIII.

Had the entire Republican team been on the field - he could have seriously reduced the current advantage of Rs in the House, as well.

Most of you will smirk.  Many will boast online 'Let's get this party started.'  But Fort Sumter was no joke.  600,000 Americans died the last time things went seriously hot.

Too many people like to daydream about their roles in a hot RevWarIII and in a post-Constitutional America.

I hope the adults in my audience are spending less time on blogs and FB, and more time getting ready for the Hell that is being unleashed.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Hodgkinson: Not Terrorism - WAR!

Terrorism is the deliberate targeting of civilians to effect political change.

The people targeted by Hodgkinson were politicians, staffers, bureaucrats.  They are NOT civilians in this war between Liberty and Tyranny.  

It is well beyond time for the Liberty Movement to stop treating the tyrants in America as if we have  a "...legitimate difference of political opinion..." - because tyranny is not a legitimate political philosophy, and once we accept it as such, even at the edges, we are all doomed.

There are a lot of people who helped get this guy into the fight, and they must own their responsibility.

RevWarIII is beginning to go hot, and you do not have enough ammo, folks.

Stand and be counted.


Sunday, May 28, 2017

Thomas A. Baker (June 25, 1916 – July 7, 1944)

Thomas A. Baker (June 25, 1916 – July 7, 1944) was a Sergeant in the United States Army during World War II. He served with Alpha Company, 105th Infantry Regiment, 27th Infantry division in the Philippines. He received a Medal of Honor posthumously for his actions in combat on the island of Saipan.
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty at Saipan,  June 19 to July 7 1944. When his entire company was held up by fire from automatic weapons and small-arms fire from strongly fortified enemy positions that commanded the view of the company, Sgt. (then Pvt.) Baker voluntarily took a bazooka and dashed alone to within 100 yards of the enemy. Through heavy rifle and machinegun fire that was directed at him by the enemy, he knocked out the strong point, enabling his company to assault the ridge. Some days later while his company advanced across the open field flanked with obstructions and places of concealment for the enemy, Sgt. Baker again voluntarily took up a position in the rear to protect the company against surprise attack and came upon 2 heavily fortified enemy pockets manned by 2 officers and 10 enlisted men which had been bypassed. Without regard for such superior numbers, he unhesitatingly attacked and killed all of them. Five hundred yards farther, he discovered 6 men of the enemy who had concealed themselves behind our lines and destroyed all of them. On 7 July 1944, the perimeter of which Sgt. Baker was a part was attacked from 3 sides by from 3,000 to 5,000 Japanese. During the early stages of this attack, Sgt. Baker was seriously wounded but he insisted on remaining in the line and fired at the enemy at ranges sometimes as close as 5 yards until his ammunition ran out. Without ammunition and with his own weapon battered to uselessness from hand-to-hand combat, he was carried about 50 yards to the rear by a comrade, who was then himself wounded. At this point Sgt. Baker refused to be moved any farther stating that he preferred to be left to die rather than risk the lives of any more of his friends. A short time later, at his request, he was placed in a sitting position against a small tree . Another comrade, withdrawing, offered assistance. Sgt. Baker refused, insisting that he be left alone and be given a soldier's pistol with its remaining 8 rounds of ammunition. When last seen alive, Sgt. Baker was propped against a tree, pistol in hand, calmly facing the foe. Later Sgt. Baker's body was found in the same position, gun empty, with 8 Japanese lying dead before him. His deeds were in keeping with the highest traditions of the U.S. Army.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Zuckerberg

He then said, though, that the struggle of our time will be between “the forces of freedom, openness and global community against the forces of authoritarianism, isolationism and nationalism.”

“Forces for the flow of knowledge, trade and immigration against those who would slow them down,” he continued. “This is not a battle of nations, it’s a battle of ideas.”