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In eastern Kentucky, which is part of Appalachia, there is a project that has been ongoing for a few years. It is called the Kentucky Cloth Project. As a part of the Project, they are growing hemp, creating fabric from that hemp, and, as a project within the larger project, they are weaving American Flags. This project is also supported by an organization called Growing Warriors.

By: FOX 13 News staff Sarasota County’s sheriff is calling on Florida lawmakers to change the state’s concealed weapons law so that armed retired law enforcement officers and military veterans can be posted on school campuses to improve security. Sheriff Tom Knight said Tuesday that his agency already supplies manpower and training to the district, but […]

An American Legion Post in Texas is currently operating as a hurricane shelter and was close to running out of food. Two veterans took up that challenge and a large supply of food will be delivered soon. They are also donating water filtration bottles and water filtration straws. Oath Keeper, Chance Gibson of American Survival Wholesale and Ross […]

Video by Stewart Rhodes Published on May 13, 2017 Founder of Oath Keepers interviews Charles Robinson II and his sons at the Boston Free Speech Rally. Robinson blood has been spilled in every war since WWII. They tell how they feel about Antifa burning the American flag while flying the communist flag, and discuss what […]

By Benny Johnson The Vietnam War Memorial is hallowed ground. In a city of gleaming white marble monuments and pink cherry blossoms, the black, sunken facade, etched with the 58,307 names of the fallen, stands out as a haunting tribute to the sacrifice of a generation. The memorial itself stirs emotion. When anyone, young or old, looks into the polished volcanic […]

Making “good” on a warning issued in this column a year-and-a-half ago, Barack Obama’s Social Security Administration issued its final ruling, reclassifying some of the most vulnerable citizens among us literally as “mental defectives,” and thus ineligible to own a gun. The ruling applies to recipients of disability insurance and Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and […]