The series prompted by the events ending the stand up in Oregon

Maureen Peltier aka SSG Moe

This woman came into my life with a bang 18 years ago and my life has not been the same since.  It has been a roller coaster to say the least but I would not change it for the world. We have raised a child together, we have been at each others’ throats, we have […]

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A Cowboy Still Rides – Remembering LaVoy

A Cowboy Still Rides (Thank you Schuyler for letting me use your great artwork) I told myself that these memorial pieces would get easier, somehow I was wrong. Maybe it is because even though there have been beautiful memorials, a service that was befitting this great man with many in attendance expressing their love and […]

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Oh…THAT Guy! (Eric Parker)

Oh…THAT Guy! Eric Parker This is the response that I would get after mentioning Eric’s name when talking about the patriotic prisoners, getting a “Who’s that?” and then explaining that Eric was the one on the overpass at Bundy Ranch, or if we were close to my Jeep at the time I would simply point […]

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Auction of Brotherhood

When I saw that Jon Ritzheimer was auctioning off his Sig P238 Scorpion Micro Compact to help pay the restitution for all the defendants wrongfully convicted that were involved in the peaceful protest at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in January 2016, with what ever being left going to Jenette Finicum to cover her legal […]

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The Last Ride For Freedom (for now)

I was looking at my timeline on FB last night and saw something that brought tears to my eyes. My friend Duane Ehmer had made a post about being in Portland for one of the other patriots that had been on the refuge in Oregon as he was being sentenced the next day, Darryl Thorn. […]

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The Day A Little Liberty Was Freed (Special thanks to Jill Robertson for title inspiration)

“The Night A Little Liberty Was Freed” (special thanks to Jill Robison for title inspiration) The Night A Little Liberty Was Freed” (special thanks to Jill Robison for title inspiration)    Monday November 20th 2017 it was rainy and gray outside in the pacific northwest, this is normal for November. This Monday however is not […]

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More of this…more justice is needed.

Not a piece, that is coming…I have had much to ponder…bet you thought I had deserted you guys, not a chance.  Just a short post saying we need much more of this…and once again, lets not forget the guys incarcerated in Oregon and least of all the Hammond family…they ALL need to come home, and […]

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The Heart of the Constitutional Battle – Patriots

pa·tri·ot ˈpātrēət/Submit noun 1. a person who vigorously supports their country and is prepared to defend it against enemies or detractors. O.K. Great, what does that mean to you and me?  It means get up and do something, pick up your phone and make some calls, or even break out that coin jar…yeah that one […]

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The Heart of the Constitutional Battle Series – LaVoy Finicum

This is going to be the hardest “profile” that I have done to date.  Not because of lack of things to say, but because I know it is going to be very emotional, not only for me but also for many people that read it. I first became aware of LaVoy like many of us […]

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The Heart of the Constitutional Battle Series – Duane Ehmer

Duane Ehmer is local to the Harney County Resource Center, he came out to see for himself what was going on…and he stayed with his pony Hellboy to support the Bundy’s and everyone else out there. Duane is a veteran of the U.S. Military and very proud of his country, but fearful and disappointed in […]

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