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Welcome to my home page. My two overriding passions are the cause of Liberty, especially in defense of the Constitution & Bill of Rights of the United States of America; and the collection & study of weapons, especially firearms. BLOG Read the Rifleman's Journal View my YouTube Channel
Criminals Prefer Unarmed Victims. Politicians Prefer Unarmed Peasants. I AM NONE OF THESE THINGS.
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THESE PAGES ARE BLACK IN PROTEST OF THE ONGOING VIOLATIONS OF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS BY GOVERNMENT FORCES.
DEMOCRATS MADE ME REPUBLICAN - REPUBLICANS MADE ME LIBERTARIAN
CONTENTS: | LINKS | Me | My Shooting Awards
The Jeffersonian Republic project | Activism posters and images
The Wisdom of Rudyard Kipling | Crimes of the Left | The Good, the Bad, and the Stupid... Cops
The Declaration of Independence | The Constitution | The Bill of Rights
The Four Rules of Firearms Safety | How to Reload Ammunition | Book & Film Reviews
BLOG Read the Rifleman's Journal
View my YouTube Channel
On Tuesday, 11 September 2001, Islamic terrorists made suicide attacks with hijacked airliners on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, DC. A fourth airliner was diverted from its intended target by American Citizen-martyrs on board.
As a result of these events, in the misguided name of security, Constitutional and civil rights in the United States were greatly restricted. This was the first step of the plunge into tyranny which led directly to the Second American Civil War.
On 13 September 1814, while being detained aboard a British warship, American patriot Francis Scott Key witnessed the British bombardment of Fort McHenry during the War of 1812. Inspired by the spectacle, he wrote the poem, "The Star Spangled Banner," which was later set to music to become the National Anthem of the United States of America.
On 17 September 1787, the Constitution of the United States of America was signed by forty members of the Constitutional Convention.