I have assembled some videos of some of the speakers at the “I Will Not Comply Rally” in Olympia, Washington held yesterday, Dec. 13th.
Chris Magnus, chief of Richmond police, held a sign that read “#BlackLivesMatter,” a Twitter hashtag used by civil rights advocates, as other officers joined in the peaceful protest, reported the Contra Costa Times
By Brandon Smith, Associate Editor
The strength of the Community Preparedness Team project ultimately resides in the process of replication. Meaning, every skilled member seeks to train another new member until the new member is just as squared away….
This article was written by Jay Syrmopoulos and originally published at The Free Thought Project
In a sneak attack on the civil liberties of all Americans, the Intelligence Authorization Act for 2015 was rushed to the House floor with virtually no debate.
The legislation was scheduled for only a “voice vote,” which means that it is simply […]
Testimonial: I am a career Federal Firefighter (DOD) Civilian , I thank GOD for the opportunity to be a Part of this movement because I believe that the purpose of The Oath Keepers is sound and never more appropriate than it is today.
I am currently i…
This article was written by Mac Slavo and originally published at SHTFplan.com
Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo has asked residents of his city to keep an eye on neighbors and family members after Larry Steven McQuilliams went on a shooting spree through the Texas Capitol last week.
McQuilliams, who held some extreme views […]
This article was written by JC Collins and originally published at The Philosophy Of Metrics
It was widely expressed by the mainstream media of the time that the collapse of the Soviet Union and the fall of the Berlin Wall could not have been pred…
Testimonial: My grandparents on both sides immigrated here from Canada and when WWII started my dad sold his diner and went into the Air Corps and served in Japan.
Growing up I was always fascinated with everything military and joined Civil Air Patrol at 13. I was in a unit that was very active helping finding […]
Testimonial: I took my oath on a cold February day in 1984, and I’ve got to say tears came to my eye’s when I realized what the oath I pledged to God and my fellow countrymen meant.
I come from a generation that prayed the Lords Prayer and said the pledge of
allegiance every morning. My mom […]
Testimonial: First, let me state that I only list myself as anonymous because I do not know whether the Armed Forces grant a person enlisted or commissioned to sign state his/her agreement with an organization that is somewhat or completely political. …