“I find it to be remarkable that the Constitution has created a Federal government which has steadily for the past 238 years worked arduously to centralize all local, County, State, and Federal power into one horrific concentration of over-funded, overly-empowered, extremely defensive, exceptionally intrusive, sometimes deadly, and always dangerous bulwark of arrogance. By the time the government which came out of the Constitution claims anyone seeking to honor and uphold and defend the Constitution which created it is a “terrorist”, we know we’re in deep doo-doo, and there is a huge FAN approaching us swiftly as we fly into the 21st Century as Americans.” – Elias Alias
Bundy Ranch Advisory for April 29 2014_Updated May 06 2014 | April 29th, 2014
This official advisory is from Elias Alias, your friendly editor at http://www.oathkeepers.org/
This advisory will be an encapsulation of a much larger story with numerous feature or peak points to reveal in coming weeks and months. The Bundy Ranch Revolution against federal land management within the several States is positively huge. My comment to Stewart Rhodes [...]
A “Pile On” For Oath Keepers Activists! Oregon Runs The Ball! | November 19th, 2013
A “Pile On” For Oath Keepers Activists! Oregon Runs The Ball!
Back in September 2013 Raphael O’Neil posted at PandaUnite about the town of Coos Bay, Oregon:
City Council Vote: U.S. Liberty No Business of Coos Bay, Oregon
On Tuesday September 17th 2013, the Mayor and City Council of Coos Bay, Oregon unanimously voted down a [...]
PANDA and OATH KEEPERS Under Fire In Oregon | June 27th, 2013
“One of the two groups pressing for county action, the Oath Keepers, is a thinly repackaged revival of ultra-right radicalism. It springs from the same network of discontent that gave us the Posse Comitatus, the survivalists and the militia movement. The other group, People Against NDAA (PANDA for short), is an unlikely combination of political bedfellows, stretching from the Occupy movement to the tea party and beyond.”
Rand Paul CPAC Speech | March 17th, 2013
Not to drag anyone backward into the political game at this late point in the game, but humor me please as I recall something a friend told me, that “Rand Paul used his filibuster as a teaching moment”. As Stewart Rhodes pointed out, it was about a lot more than the use of drones. Rand ties it more closely together with his speech. Your thoughts?
Nullification? State Senator Disagrees with Jefferson And Madison | December 10th, 2012
According to Mrs. Hall, she not only spoke to Gaetz, but even wrote him and explained the positions of men like James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, and Alexander Hamilton on State sovereignty. She then received what can only be explained as a violence threatening email from Gaetz to anyone that would support nullification.
Amendment To Protect Americans From Indefinite Detention Passes Senate | November 30th, 2012
The idiocy of the NDAA-2012 carries forward. We must watch carefully as this Senate bill now goes to the House. Twenty-nine traitorous U.S. Senators think that our right to trial by jury should be done away with because of the so-called “War on Terror”. They are committing treason against the Constitution and the American people by voting against this bill; but, worse, the entire Congress which passed the NDAA-2012 stands guilty of destroying our Bill of Rights and Constitution when they gave the original bill to President Obama to sign, which he did on December 31, 2011. For those who have been watching too much TV, the NDAA-2012 placed every American under military jurisdiction. Let that one sink in during your next commercial break – you are now under military jurisdiction, subject to the rules of war instead of being protected by your Bill of Rights. You can thank the idiots in Congress for that. This bill would soften the blow, but it needs to pass the House of Representatives in the new form as amended by the Senate. – Elias Alias
Government Defies Federal Judge On NDAA | May 31st, 2012
This article was originally published at Activist Post
When 4th District Court Judge Katherine Forrest ruled the NDAA unconstitutional, there was wide rejoicing across the Internet. Posts from prominent civil liberties activists, like journalist David Seaman, rang out with VIICCTOOORRYY! A Russia Today newscast titled the ruling “NDAA Shot Down, [...]
Stewart Rhodes will Speak on NDAA at Educational session for North Carolina Legislature | May 28th, 2012
Oath Keepers, we are proud to announce that NC. state Representative Glen Bradley, a Founding Member of Oath Keepers, has introduced a resolution against the NDAA before the N.C. Legislature (based on the model legislation co-authored by Stewart Rhodes, Richard Frye, and Jeff Lewis). Stewart Rhodes will address the North Carolina Legislature, May 30, 2012.
On Indefinite Detention: The Tyranny Continues | May 22nd, 2012
This article was written by Ron Paul and originally published at Paul.House.Gov
The bad news from last week’s passage of the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act is that Americans can still be arrested on US soil and detained indefinitely without trial. Some of my colleagues would like us to believe [...]
This article was originally published at Activist Post
Pennsylvania State Constable Ed Quiggle, Jr., the elected Constable for the City of Sunbury’s 9th Ward, will sign a resolution in opposition to the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012, also known as the NDAA, on Saturday, May 26th, 2012 at 10 a.m., in Cameron [...]
RT: Virginia lawmakers agree to reject NDAA | April 29th, 2012
“They say this law [the NDAA] is designed to fight terrorists,” Marshall told the Tenth Amendment Center in February. “You don’t defeat terrorists by adopting their tactics. I will be faithful to my calling to stand against these predators who would sell their birthright for a mess of pottage.”
Tennessee Waking Up To NDAA 2012 | April 23rd, 2012
This bill [HB 2619] makes it a Class E felony for any official, agent, or employee of the United States government to enforce or attempt to enforce any federal law, order, rule or regulation that is beyond the authority granted to the federal government pursuant to the United States Constitution. Any person who violates this offense may additionally be prosecuted for kidnapping if an arrest or attempted arrest occurred, for trespass if a search or attempted search occurred, for theft if a seizure or attempted seizure occurred, for any applicable homicide offense if loss of life occurred in connection with the violation, and for any other applicable criminal offense.
Robin W. Tong: Final Disposition | April 18th, 2012
He said insurgents compelled him to take action that ended in their disappearances and deaths. “There was no other alternative,” Videla said. Military leaders “were in agreement that it was the price that must be paid to win the war against subversion and we needed that it not be obvious so society would not realize it.
The New American: Coalition of Patriot Groups Unite To Oppose NDAA | February 15th, 2012
Americans zealous to protect their Republic and the Constitution that limits the power of the government thereof are advised to contact their county and state elected representatives to encourage them to review the model resolutions provided at The Intolerable Acts dot org and to present them for consideration to the appropriate lawmaking body.
Rob Natelson: NDAA Sections 1021 and 1022: Scary Potential | February 8th, 2012
“The U.S. Constitution generally guarantees the “Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus.” The writ of habeas corpus is a court order a prisoner can obtain requiring the jailer to come into court and justify his detention of the prisoner. It is a traditional way in which those held can demand a fair trial by jury in a civilian court. The writ of habeas corpus is a treasured part of our traditional liberty. Belief that the British were infringing it was one cause of the American Revolution.” – Rob Natelson
NDAA Nullification: Tennessee Bills Propose Kidnapping Charges for Federal Agents | February 5th, 2012
This bill declares that any federal law purporting to require local or state law enforcement agencies to act at the direction of the federal government or the United States military is beyond the authority granted to the federal government pursuant to the United States Constitution, is not recognized by this state, is specifically rejected by this state and is declared to be invalid in this state.