Category Archives: Mission

to my sons…

Last night I spoke on the phone with one of my 28 year old sons – both are Eagle Scouts, have young families, are very accomplished in their fields  and good dependable men. He said to me that he had read something about the Bundy Family and was upset that Cliven had said some things that he didn’t think were entirely true.  He chastised Cliven for not being honest when men had come to defend him with their lives. I tried to explain to him that I wasn’t there that day for Cliven Bundy but rather for my son and his family. That yes, I stood side by side with  some of the Bundy boys, who I have great respect for, but he and my grand kids were the reason I stood in front of agents who told us they were authorized to shoot us if we didn’t disperse.

I was upset that he didn’t understand why I risked my Life and my Freedom until I realized that if was my fault he didn’t understand. My fault because I did not sit down with him and explain why I would take such a risk. I told him about the events of he day, about the excitement, the fear… but not why I was there. I know now that it is as important to “teach/inspire/tell the story” as it is to act and from this day forward, I will do both.


The Bundy Ranch

I was at the Bundy Ranch April 12, 2014 along with many others who felt compelled to be there, standing against the excessive force exerted by the US Gov’t through the BLM. For the last few years I’d been hearing and seeing that the Federal Government had been pushing people off their land or off public land by shutting down their access to “public” lands; grazing reduced or eliminated, access to mining claims or timber harvesting denied, public roads shut down and guarded by armed agents of the Forest Service or BLM who illegally threatened arrest for “trespassing” on the public’s lands. So I went to the Bundy Ranch to see for myself and to stand for the Freedoms I hope to pass on to my children and grand-children. I did an interview with Mike Slater on KFMB radio in San Diego the Wednesday following the standoff to tell what I saw that day. Here

As I said in the interview, I expected that I’d be arrested or shot that day and I expect that still might happen. As we see the FBI ramping up their investigations of those involved in the standoff,  some may be singled out as examples to send a message to other Freedom loving Americans that they should “sit the next one out”. As a Patriot of the past said of All Americans who love and stand up for Freedom: “We must hang together or most assuredly we will hang separately” Benjamin Franklin

I propose that we start networking and use the power of those who were there and, just as importantly, the Millions who would like to have been there but couldn’t be. Numbers, Influence and Money will be required to fight against the tyranny thrown at us through the courts and other channels. The American People need to know if their fellow Countrymen are questioned, charged, detained or arrested or even disappeared as allowed by the NDAA. I hope none of this happens but, it’s better to be prepared and not need it than to need it and not have it.

We would like for this site to become the “go to” site for the latest on the Bundy Ranch and other similar incidents across The USA:

We’ll expose acts of “tyranny by Gov’t” when they assault American’s Rights and Property.

We’ll support those who are being denied their Rights financially and with our presence.

We’ll keep track of Patriots who are arrested or disappeared.

We’ll assist those who respond to these events and who need financial support in order to get there and stay there.

There were 350 or so people in the wash, standing in front of the feds guns at the Bundy Standoff, about 1 person representing every 1,000,000 Americans, making them truly “1 in a 1,000,000”. I felt privileged to have been there to stand for something I demand for myself and my Family… Freedom!

“… and dying in your bed many years from now, would you be willing to trade all the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell them, they may take our lives but they’ll never take… Our Freedom!”   Brave Heart



We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.

Benjamin Franklin