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New Jersey legislators continue to fight against police and LEOSA (the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act) as crime rises well above the national average. By Donald J. Mihalek – November 13, 2018   Historically, New Jersey is one of the only states that frequently tries to neuter federal law geared toward law enforcement; perhaps no instance […]

By Faye Higbee – Posted November 13, 2018 McMinn County, Tennessee in 1946 was rife with corruption and voter fraud. The E.H. Crump political machine was well known for stealing votes and running the entire area as a racket. WWII veterans coming home from the war became angry at the continual actions of the machine. […]

By Elias Alias  –  November  9, 2018   It is finished! World Premiere! Good Guys With Guns to premiere on Friday, November 30, 2018!   James Jaeger is a happy camper, and rightly so. As loyal Oath Keepers know, James has been working hard to complete a very important film entitled “GOOD GUYS WITH GUNS: How […]

First prize for this raffle is the Tavor X95 in 300 Blackout (retail value $2,200).  Second prize is an Oath Keepers Lifetime Membership (retail value $1,000) This raffle will run from the time it’s posted until December 31, 2018. The drawing will be livestreamed on facebook on New Years Day.  (Time to be announced here closer […]

We’ll be doing the raffle drawing on facebook livestream at 12 noon Central Time on Saturday, November 10th on our Oath Keepers national facebook  page.  https://www.facebook.com/OKNational/ If you don’t do facebook, the video will be added to this article after the drawing.   Oath Keepers raffle drawing Saturday, November 10 in Dallas for the Diamondback […]

Interview with Shelter Manager after Hurricane Michael. Shared from the website: http://hamradio.world/ Interview by James WX4TV This is an interview with Don Minchew, shelter manager for the hurricane shelter in Wewahitchka, Florida. Don talks about how amateur radio stepped in to fill the gap when all forms of commercial communications infrastructure were down and inoperable. […]