Thank you for visiting. My thoughts & Feelings are my Own.
Here I will share my feelings about America and her Future.
Let it be known to all the World, I love all Humankind, however the poor actions of the few that take away the Freedom's of the many wear on my soul. I don't hate them I feel sad for their foolishness before God and humankind.
Those leaders who seek to 'Keep their Oaths of office' and those who seek only self glory, power, tyranny and the destruction of America as it was founded, hoping to turn it into a Dictatorship, Marxist or other state of Tyranny.
For a long while I was unsure of putting a blog together with my thoughts on this, however Truth must be shared, if not to Awake American's to their dangerous situation then to record the folly of the ways of the wicked who do exist in the leadership of our Nation, States, Counties, Towns. Sad that I must add this page.
"We often search for things in life, yet seldom do we find.
Those things in life that really matter, until we make the time." S.T.Huls
God Bless the Republic of America!
Sunday, June 4, 2017
Sunday, May 7, 2017
THE TORTURE OF AMMON BUNDY… – Redoubt News
In a phone interview with Gavin Seim, Ammon Bundy, the imprisoned protester, made a statement:
“What I am about to say will not set well with a lot of people. The enemy of liberty is the government employee. The government official, the bureaucrat. Not the elected official per se, but the employee for government agencies. They are takers, they are not producers.”
It was only a short time later that we received reports of extreme torture and abuse of Ammon Bundy wherein he was confined to a 3 foot by 3 foot shower stall, with door closed and his hands chained behind his back for over 13 hours. He was scheduled to be in that confined space for 72 hours but was released earlier because of the massive amount of attention brought by the public to the situation.
Whether his above statements were related to his subsequent torture and abuse is not known. But it is an interesting coincidence. Surely, the statements made by Ammon Bundy would not only offend the prison staff but other government employees as well. The desire to seek revenge against Ammon Bundy for making those statements would seem to comport with human nature.
Let us take a closer look at what Bundy is saying. His words go to the core of his message for the last several years and are not really new. The Bundy family has found themselves in the gun sights of a large government bureaucracy known as the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). They have experienced first hand what it is like to have their liberty threatened by government employees. The Bundys view themselves as part of a company of producers, i.e., ranchers, miners, loggers, farmers and as belonging to a general group called the private sector which includes private business owners and employees who work for non-government organizations (NGO). They see many government employees as having no other purpose than to hinder, restrict and hamper their efforts to produce.
In his interview, Bundy acknowledged that a lot of government employees are good people with a sincere desire to help society. To a government employee, their value lies in protecting society from abuses caused by non-government entities from such things as threatening the desert tortoise, the spotted owl, dumping toxic waste into rivers, distributing harmful drugs and chemicals, carbon footprints, abuses based on gender, color or national origin and the list of government oversight areas of responsibility go on and on.
In 1927, the Milwaukee Journal made the following statement,
“Government, like fire, is a good servant, but a bad master. Let either once escape from the most rigorous control and its tendency is to spread in every direction and seize upon whatever it touches that can be converted into fuel to strengthen and extend it.” Quote InvestigatorThe history of the USA is based on a fear of government becoming a master and not a servant and the constitution with its supporting Bill of Rights was intended to restrain and rigorously control the power and authority of government in its relations with non-government people. This fear was well-founded, based on centuries of struggle in Europe between commoners and nobility and royalty. The struggle between the common people and people who considered themselves the elite, the governors over the governed..
As the above quote from the Milwaukee Journal correctly posits, government, like a fire, naturally seeks additional fuel to feed its ravishing appetite. Government seeks to not only preserve, but expand its existence and will desperately fight to accomplish its growth. The government employee is an unwitting participant in the fire that explosively expands and consumes.
We often refer to government employees as “public servants”. Government agencies have many different mottos and mission statements on their websites and in their offices that proudly focus on service and protection of the public. However, behind the thin veneer of these declarations as “public servants” is the reality of what Ammon Bundy is saying. Because, for a government employee to exist, someone’s liberty must be restricted. As Ammon points out, it takes three paychecks from someone else to support the paycheck of a government employee in the form of taxes. Taxes reduce my discretionary spending, taxes prevent me from fully enjoying the fruits of my labors. To make matters worse, the taxes are mandatory, based on force and coercion. Unlike my pastor or minister who depends on my voluntary donations for his income, the government worker has a guaranteed source of income through forced payment of taxes. We seldom ever hear about layoffs in the public sector due to a poor economy. The government, through the use of force and political allies, protects its source of funding through taxes.
Let us take, for example, the agency that most affects the Bundys and other ranchers, the BLM. With over 12,000 permanent employees and 30,000 volunteers, the BLM manages the hundreds of millions of acres of public land not in the jurisdiction of other government agencies such as the Forest Service. Bureau of Land ManagementAn agent of the BLM, to justify his existence and to comply with his job description, must find ways to restrict and inhibit people who use the public lands. These restrictions to liberty come in the form of road closures, grazing fees and cattle allotments. Allied with other government agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency, they must justify their existence by protecting certain biological species such as the desert tortoise, all with the intent to restrict liberties. While these restrictions are made out to be for the greater good of society, the restrictions serve to justify an ever expanding federal government laden with alphabet soup agencies who have to find something to do and the only thing they can do is restrict and control. The BLM, if it really was a public servant, would be working with the ranchers and producers on how they can be more successful in their businesses and how the land can be used to benefit the most people and their livelihoods.
Beyond the BLM, we have many government employees who want to intrude on the business of non-government employees. The government has been called “Big Brother” , “the nanny state” and “busy bodies” as government employees impose their will on the nation of over 320 million people. The proliferation of militarized government agencies, with their own law enforcement branches, has led to clashes with the populace as we saw in Bunkerville, Nevada. FISCAL YEARS 2006 – 2014: OVERSIGHT STUDY on THE MILITARIZATION OF AMERICA.
So, not only do we have government employees who are not helpful to the ranchers and other producers, but we see the bureaucracies doubling down, become more trenchant in forcing their will on the population through militarization and weaponization of the agencies, beyond the powers granted to them by the constitution.
Ammon Bundy, a student of history and the framing of our constitution, has seen first hand the fulfillment of the worst fears of the founders:
“It will not be denied that power is of an encroaching nature and that it ought to be effectually restrained from passing the limits assigned to it.” – James Madison, Federalist 48, 1787Whether they like it or not, the government employee, by definition, limits liberty. Jefferson, Madison, Franklin and others would be horrified if they saw how Ammon Bundy is being treated today by government employees as they, like a fire, seek to dominate and conquer, becoming a fearful master and not a servant.
“I own I am not a friend to a very energetic government. It is always oppressive.” Thomas Jefferson, Letter to James Madison, 1787
Their is an on going Eternal fight that is very Real, Light vs Darkness, Goodness vs Evil.
In truth it happens due to evil, wickedness, choice to injure others for your own selfish wicked desires.
Thus Lucifer is behind all evil deeds, people Choose to ignore / avoid / omit truth in their lives and light.
Thus allowing Darkness to exist, flourish and destroy at will.
Not until enough warriors of light and truth, awaken, stand, expose, and fight on all fields of battle, not... until then shall darkness be stopped.
We who love liberty, God, Freedom, Life, morality, must stand United puting our differences aside, Unite under God and LIberty to stand against the tsunomi of evil controlling America in our days.
Only then shall we slow the growth of the cancers of wickedness and darkness.
We must assist in education and helping people find their path to truth, light, compassion, charity, and love of fellow humanbeigns.
We can plant the seeds, fertilize them and hope they grow. outside of that we Pray for God to help awaken their hearts and souls.
In the end God wins and lucifer looses as well as all who embrace pride, selfishness, hard hearts, etc. the darkness.
Today is the day to choose who your going to follow, every day, every thought, every deed, you may say What would Jesus Do in this case what ever it may be.
Seek Charity, Love, and patients, mercy and know God is real and mindful of us all.
We all have trials, struggles in this life.
They are to help us grow and to become solid strong spiritual people.
The Eagles fly much higher and longer in the storms of life.
And so shall we all.
We must Pray for our Nation, our brothers and sisters, family friends
We must pray for peace, however we must also prepare to have charity towards all, and if need be we must be prepared to wield the sword of battle as well.
In defense of all said above. For evil must not be allowed to rule for when they do the rest perish.
God Bless you all, God Bless the Republic of America.
May we all awaken, and become the Warriors of Light we need to be so we can stand for Liberty.
Saturday, April 29, 2017
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Sunday, March 26, 2017
The Wisdom of the Daughter of Ryan Bundy - Listen and Learn America!
The wisdom of this young woman
It honestly amazes me how much tribulation, heartache, and violation my dad will take to stick by and stand for ...what he knows, believes, and loves.
Again, again, and again his rights are being violated.
Some of the things that have been done to him and have been gotten away with are stomach turning, inhumane, and unbelievable.
"They deserve to be in jail" people have told me.
Well guess what, my dad and the other men being held are serving more than just time, WAY more than just time.
They've been beaten, they've been treated inhumanly, they've been placed in solitary, they've been denied the access to see they're families, they've been denied the access to TALK to their families, they've been denied the right to a fair and speedy trial, they've been completely stripped of their rights and freedom.
Recently, they have been subject to "strip searches".
Every single time they enter the courtroom, leave the courtroom, or visit their lawyers they are forced to have a strip search done to them.
Don't know what a strip search is? It isn't pretty.
Numerous rights get violated each time, it's intrusive, violating, uncalled for, and completely wrong.
Knowing that this act is just done to violate more rights, and wear them down, my dad and others have refused to comply with any more strip searches.
What is the result?
This means that they can't call, they are held in a tiny cement room, they are hardly fed, and they are basically being treated like animals.
"Land of the free because of the brave"? Ha. Far from it. It makes me sick.
It makes me sick to think that there are still people who think that "they're getting what they deserve", or "it's not my place to say or do anything" or "if I just comply and ignore the fact that my rights are being violated I can be happy". No. No, no, no.
I don't know what more my family needs to do to prove to you that you MUST not allow these idiotic thoughts to fill your head.
proof has been laid out before you, right in front of your very eyes, this is real.
I can't stress it enough.
Laugh at it? Fine.
Ignore it? Fine.
But when you finally decide to open your eyes and realize how real this, you can't say that you weren't warned.
Bundy Ranch – Urgent Call to Action
Please listen to this recording of Ryan Bundy dated March 24, 2017.
The quality is bad due to the horrible quality of the phone that the prison provides to NON CONVICTED prisoners.
But, you should be able to understand most of it, listen with earphones.
URGENT! CALL N. Hackmaster, Assistant Director Prison Operations, U.S. Marshal Service 703-740-8400.
1. Everytime I ask for relief, they answer with increased punishment. They want to show me how powerful they are and when I try to assert my rights as a NON CONVICTED prisoner, they answer with crushing punishment.
2. My toilet doesn't work and I have no toilet paper. I have asked them to correct it and they just ignore me.
3. We are strip searched everytime we go and come from court.
4. They dress us up in nice clothes for court to give the illusion we are being treated fairly and with dignity and then when we are out of sight of the public, we are stripped and suffer inhumane conditions. They treat us worse than animals.
5. Innocence until proven guilty is dead in America. NON CONVICTED prisoners are treated as bad or worse than convicts.
6. At least half of the Bill of Rights is devoted to treating people accused of crimes in a fair and just way. The right to a speedy trial is to be enjoyed by the accused, it says nothing about the convenience of the federal government in having to deal with a "complex case".
7. We are supposed to be the land of the free and home of the brave. But where are the brave??? Nobody is standing up to these horrific conditions and denial of basic rights. Nobody is brave enough to do what is necessary.
URGENT! CALL N. Hackmaster, Assistant Director Prison Operations, U.S. Marshal Service 703-740-8400.
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Tempers flare, nerves fray in trial against Bundy supporters
By JENNY WILSON
A downtown Las Vegas courtroom provided scenes as wild as a Western movie Monday when federal prosecutors and defense attorneys battled over nearly every piece of evidence presented in the trial against six of rancher Cliven Bundy’s supporters.
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
Defense attorneys tried to block a government witness from testifying. A prosecutor invoked an evidence rule that led even the judge to flip open a legal handbook. A juror made a wisecrack that caused one lawyer to raise concerns of potential bias.
By 4 p.m., U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro had sent the jury home early and told them not to return until Wednesday.
The day’s most hotly disputed footage was played outside the presence of the jury when defense lawyer Todd Leventhal tried to bring into evidence a video from the April 2014 standoff in Bunkerville. The video was captured by a Fox News cameraman, and Leventhal, who represents Bundy supporter O. Scott Drexler, wanted the judge to let him play it when he cross-examined Bureau of Land Management Ranger Gregory Johnson.
Johnson testified as a government witness Monday. On April 12, 2014, he was recorded on dashboard camera footage using a megaphone to repeatedly order protesters to disperse.
The protesters, who were gathered near the site where federal authorities had been impounding Bundy’s cattle, screamed angrily. At one point on the footage, authorities referenced a man walking towards them — “blue shirt, looks like press.”
The cameraman was identified in court only by his surname, Lynch. Defense lawyers tried to use the footage he captured to bolster their arguments that protesters could not understand law enforcement’s instructions from 200 yards away on a windy day.
On the video, Lynch walks toward the cattle impoundment site where federal authorities were headquartered.
“I do not have a weapon — I am shooting for Fox News,” he yelled. “May I approach so this doesn’t end in bloodshed … the people don’t want to get hurt.”
“You are in violation of a U.S. District Court order,” Johnson’s voice boomed over the megaphone.
“I am the press!” Lynch shouted.
“Why? Why can’t you talk to me?!”
“You are in violation …”
“I have no weapon! Are you really gonna shoot these people?” Lynch exclaimed. “We can’t hear your announcement that far away.”
Navarro would not allow the video into evidence Monday, but she told Leventhal he could play it for jurors if he calls Lynch as a defense witness.
The drama intensified Monday when Assistant U.S. Attorney Nicholas Dickinson, questioning the witness for the second time, declared that he was invoking an evidence rule to publish notes from an FBI interview with Johnson. The interview first was referenced by defense attorney Jess Marchese, who tried to suggest that the witness exaggerated in about the threat level in his trial testimony.
Dickinson asked Johnson to read directly from a line in the April 2014 FBI report.
“When asked if he felt threatened or intimidated, Johnson responded with, ‘Yes. Most definitely. We were f——d.”
When Johnson finished testifying and prosecutors called their next witness, defense attorneys responded furiously because Sgt. Tom Jenkins of Las Vegas’ Metropolitan Police Department was not on the original government witness list.
Judge Navarro allowed Jenkins to testify under direct examination, but she canceled testimony in the trial Tuesday to give defense attorneys an extra day to prepare for cross-examination.
The jury was shuttled in and out of the courtroom during Monday’s legal wrangling. Their expressions displayed both laserlike focus and utter confusion as they watched the heated but legally dense disputes unfold.
Before Jenkins testified, the judge asked jurors whether they recognized him.
One juror replied, “Only from the TV show ‘Cops.’”
His joke drew chuckles, but also a challenge from Leventhal, who asked the judge to bring the juror in for questioning Thursday.
Contact Jenny Wilson at email@example.com or 702-384-8710. Follow @jennydwilson on Twitter.
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Court rules Hage family must pay $587K for grazing cattle on federal land in Nevada
Updated March 1, 2017 – 2:59pm.
REVIEW-JOURNAL CAPITAL BUREAU
CARSON CITY — A U.S. District Court judge has ordered a Nevada ranching family engaged in a long-running dispute with federal agencies to pay $587,000 for grazing cattle on BLM and Forest Service lands without permission.
The order dated Feb. 27 from Gloria Navarro, chief judge of the Las Vegas District Court, also requires the son of the late Wayne Hage to remove any livestock from federal lands within 30 days. Within 45 days the Hage has to file a statement of compliance with the order or face contempt of court.
The order, which names Hage’s son, Wayne N. Hage, was the result of a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision issued last year that overturned a lower court ruling in favor of the Hage family. The 9th circuit court directed the Las Vegas court to issue a new order complying with the appeals court findings in the decision.
That order was issued by Navarro on Monday.
The order could bring an end a decades-long dispute that centered on the Hage family’s Pine Creek Ranch near Tonopah. The case is well known in the West and among property-rights advocates who continue to maintain that the federal government exercises a heavy hand in relations with those who make their livelihood off the land.
Navarro calculated the damages based on the number of cattle Hage grazed on the federal lands from 2004 to 2011. The Hage family also is permanently prohibited from putting their livestock on federal lands without permission.
Wayne N. Hage said the decision was not a surprise.
“We were expecting it,” he said. “I think you are going to find a lot of joyous bureaucrats today.”
Hage said he does not have livestock on the lands in question, but he declined to say if he can pay the fine or how he may proceed legally, if at all.
Hage said Navarro’s order means the family’s stock watering rights are an illusion. The family has water rights on the land in dispute but they could not be accessed because their livestock was not allowed on the federal lands, he said.
“If it is not a taking then they have destroyed every stock water right in Nevada,” Hage said.
RANCHERS VS. BLM
The Hage case preceded the more recent confrontation between federal agencies and Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy. The BLM’s efforts to round up cattle belonging to Bundy in 2014 resulted in an armed confrontation between federal agents and Bundy supporters that ultimately ended peacefully.
Members of the Bundy family are on trial in U.S. District Court in Las Vegas on charges relating to the standoff.
The Hage case has a long and complicated history, but the recent ruling is the result of a 2013 decision by a federal judge that was overturned on appeal.
In May 2013 U.S. District Judge Robert Clive Jones issued a 104-page opinion detailing what he called the federal government’s vindictive actions against the ranching family.
But the 9th circuit court reversed Jones and found in favor of the government claims that Hage was trespassing on public lands by grazing cattle without a permit. The court also criticized Jones, who is now on senior status, for his decision that “plainly” contravened federal law.
Contact Sean Whaley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 775-461-3820. Follow @seanw801 on Twitter.