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Tampa Poised to be the Woodstock of the Freedom Movement!

While I regret not being able to be there myself, I’m positive and excited about the potential for major gains in awareness the liberty movement has this coming week in Tampa. At this point many more people than we’ve seen in the past are waking up to the scam that’s been foisted on them for so many years and are paying attention to the fact that the Republican National Convention is yet another rigged game to perpetuate the same old statist paradigm that minimizes individuals while glorifying the Almighty State.

The liberty movement activists are using this to best demonstrate just how irrelevant our oppressive government is by holding their own events at the same time the freak show of the convention proceeds, exemplifying and promoting the concepts of liberty that Ron Paul’s efforts have helped make so popular…peaceful voluntary action as a vastly superior alternative to coerced government scheming, the rule of law rather than men, the benefits of a noninterventionist foreign policy versus the insanity of perpetual war the military/industrial complex is constantly promoting, and on and on.

Freedom is infectious, and once people begin to grasp the concept they almost invariably find themselves wanting more. Events like PAUL festival will be there to help them in their quest, artists like Tatiana Moroz, Jordan Page, Rebel Inc. and many more will be there to help spread the word, and the many liberty lovers from every walk of life will be there…all of them making the very visible stand against the tyrannical police state that aims to dominate everyone with fear, control of the economy with their corrupt corporate state, and the threat of violence against anyone who objects to their crimes. The RNC is shaping up to be just a marker around which the real discussions about freedom will be going on, and since the Establishment has so marginalized Dr. Paul and his message within the GOP the liberty movement is prepared to move on without him if need be, though with acknowledgement and thanks for his many years of consistent promotion of real freedom. He’s been the first one to say all along that the movement isn’t dependent on him or any one man, and the activists in Tampa are proof of that.

Sure, there’s a small possibility Ron Paul could pull a Grover Cleveland and secure the GOP nomination, but if not I don’t believe any of his real supporters will see any reason to assist the phony Romney, as I discussed in this recent ADH piece. He and Obama are cut from the same cloth and are bought and paid for by the same masters in the oligarchy of banksters that have done so much damage to the American economy. Just because you’re in Las Vegas, you do NOT have to gamble, especially if there are only two casinos and both are completely rigged, no, you refuse consent and walk away, just as the activists in Florida will be doing this week.

My friend and fellow liberty lover Adam House will be doing much the same, as he informed me in a recent phone conversation. Adam, for anyone not familiar with him, is one of the founders of the Combat Veterans for Ron Paul who’s been journeying to Tampa since the beginning of August, mostly on foot. The original plan was for the various veterans for Ron Paul march on the RNC in a show of solidarity with Dr. Paul and the message of liberty, but since those in charge of the convention have shown their disdain for both, Adam and CVRP members there plan to join with other liberty minded veterans in their participation in other, more effective activities, including helping to feed and clothe any homeless veterans they encounter. Adam’s kept a video log of his travels in his Liberty Tour to Tampa, which you can see at the CVRP site or on his YouTube channel. My thanks to Adam…this has turned into quite the odyssey and will certainly be a central focus of any writing on the subject I do.

Meanwhile, I’m still doing what I can to get this fundraiser rolling again. There’s a few months left until the election and I’d really like to be out in public when it happens. The concerns I voiced in my last entry are as strong or even stronger in my mind since it’s not pleasant to be stuck in one spot as the world outside grows stranger and more dangerous. Just this week retired Marine Brandon Raub was kidnapped from his home and placed in a mental institution because some of his Facebook posts expressing his anger at the government’s complicity in America’s ruination alarmed some of the snoops. That hits a bit too close to home for me…I too post on Facebook, this blog and criticize the government in my articles for the American Daily Herald. As it turns out, Brandon also created content for the same Don’t Tread On Me site operated by Chris Duane that I’ve published essays on. That’s a pretty unpleasant reminder of my vulnerability and I hope my friends out there will help me finish my personal liberty quest!

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I Want Peaceful Streets, Too

Yesterday saw the publication of my latest article for the American Daily Herald, Antonio Buehler Wants Peaceful Streets For Everyone. I’ve been drawn to this story from the first moment I encountered it, since I’ve never seen such a perfect example of arbitrary and capricious use of State power to indimidate anyone who questions it with whatever threat they deem necessary to crush that inquisitive spirit. From maintaining an aggressive demeanor to assault, kidnapping, and even murder, Americans have over time accepted this behavior as a legitimate expression of the State’s presumed monopoly on force, not only from a traditionally moral standpoint of defense to the historically immoral practice of initiating force against individuals for any reason that takes its fancy.
This piece took a deal of effort to write accurately, watching relative videos many times in order to get the timeline as precisely correct as possible. It was well worth it, and because this is such a superb cautionary example of what’s become a systemic practice in America, leaving nothing but destruction in its wake, I hope we can develop techniques to effectively counter this awful habit of casually destroying peoples’ lives.

Antonio Buehler’s facing the possibility of years in prison for having the audacity to question the actions of a couple of official Praetorians he came across at play, but at this point I can’t see any jury actually convicting him of the clearly bogus charge of felony harassment he was tagged with. The evidence refutes the official story, their actions to indimidate witnesses after the fact are obvious, and the subsequent internal affairs investigation was such a baldly transparent whitewash to cover the police officers’ unlawful behavior that I’m sure Antonio won’t see a day of jail. That he’ll be free to continue his life and keep building and promoting his Peaceful Streets Project is wonderful, and I hope it succeeds even beyond his wildest dreams.

At the risk of repeating myself, I’m still in prison here at home, for committing no crime other than becoming more disabled than anyone else has felt worthy or been capable of helping me escape. Like Antonio, I too have plans and aspirations, but they remain on hold and my life in limbo so long as that imprisonment goes on. Once I do get out, I’m hopeful that projects like Antonio’s will help remove the threat of arbitrary targeting by officials as I go about my business…but first I actually need to get out.

The Get Glenn Mobile! project has come a long way in the almost one year it’s been in existence, with over $9000 raised during its first phase, and close to $600 pledged to the current Indiegogo campaign. I obviously erred in using the fixed funding option in the first one, since the near $5000 pledged in donations were returned to donors when the goal wasn’t met, and far worse, many people seem to have gotten the impression that I’d simply give up at that point and have not re-donated their first pledges.

Nothing could be further from the truth. I am very much alive, aware, and frantic to see the restoration of my freedom. Again, I’m sorry if anyone got a different impression…there will be no more deadlines, and this, what I fervently hope will be the last phase of the fundraiser, will run until it’s done.

One last note: though the passing of the July 11 deadline means I won’t be able to get to Tampa independently, in no way am I giving up on the goal of getting there somehow. I have friends seeking solutions like donated or severely discounted rental of a wheelchair accessible vehicle, but that’s why I left some wiggle room financially with the current campaign.

I really want to go, and I desperately need my freedom back. Please take a moment to make even a small donation to my Indiegogo campaign to make these happen!

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Pucker Factor

I used that term this evening regarding my gamble in making this Indiegogo campaign time limited with fixed funding.

If anyone’s unclear as to what this means, if the deadline’s reached with the goal even a dollar short of the amount specified, every single donation made through it is refunded to the individual donors, I go back to having just over 1/3 raised, or a bit more than $9000 in hand and get to do it all over until success is met. My life will stay in limbo, and I’ll still be facing the possibility of a fatal fall if my legs give out while transferring to and from my Honda on the rare occasions when I have to go out to renew my prescriptions.

This does cause some consternation when I think about it, but I think it’s a worthwhile gamble, especially with the profoundly helpful endorsement video Dr. Tom Woods created on his YouTube channel continuing to draw new viewers and potential donors. Yes, the deadline does up the pressure, but I went that route in hopes of communicating how seriously I take this, as well as cutting it as close as I can while theoretically still having enough time to get the Element up to and back from the Freedom Motors facility in Michigan that performs the X-WAV modification then make my way to Tampa for all those events surrounding the RNC.

I ask potential donors to please consider this…if you’re at all inclined to throw a few bucks my way, NOW’s a perfect time, and you’ll get your dough back if the campaign doesn’t work. This isn’t some scheme I have a strong but detached feeling about; this is indeed about restoring my LIFE.

It’s looking good, and I’m really stoked for its success…except for those odd moments when I consider the alternatives. Those are just a wee bit creepy, I have to confess if I’m to live up to my commitment to honesty. They don’t last long, and I’m always snatched out of any funk directly when I think of all the marvelous things I’ve seen and the wonderful friends I’ve made during this ordeal.

That’s no maudlin sentiment either; people like Dr. Woods, Tatiana Moroz, Nick and Adam from CVRP and many others are the most solid, stalwart and genuinely caring humans a guy could be privileged to know, so at the very worst, even if there are further delays and hazards, I’m one of the most fortunate men on the face of the planet.

Say…there’s a thought, like Ron Paul, I’ve already won!

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You Bet I’ve Been Busy


I haven’t updated in a few days, but that certainly doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy…far from it!

In the 3-D world, it’s been a pleasure to have my friend, liberty activist and talented musician Dan Hagen over to visit a couple of times recently. A superb jazz artist, Dan’s not only a friend whose visits are welcome. They’re excellent therapy for me in helping me rebuild my own limited energy, since he’s one of those who’s simply on fire with excitement over the growing interest in liberty and revitalized entrepreneurial spirit in America and that kind of enthusiasm’s seriously infectious! I subscribed to his YouTube channel within a couple of minutes as I listened to his unique sound, and if you like good jazz I bet you will too.

Online, I’ve been spending a deal of time over at the Truth Finders Network, for one. Kellie Swift-Wikel, who as you might recall did that great interview with Tatiana Moroz not long ago, has been constantly busy improving the site and its content, getting new guests for the shows, and uploading archived shows. It’s a fascinating place to hang out, though I’ve rediscovered the chat that’s part of the site can lead to major time suckage so I’m trying to relearn some discipline so I don’t spend all my time over there. Kellie was even kind enough to interview me regarding Get Glenn Mobile! and that too is archived. New hosts, great upcoming guests, and improved site organization are part of the picture…check the site out!

I should have a new article up shortly at the American Daily Herald, too. I’ve been noticing a lot of moping around and loss of momentum of late as people bog down over the Ron/Rand Paul issue of late, and the piece is just my attempt to remind folks that Ron Paul’s message, not the man himself, has been the central point all along in our mission t0 restore our freedoms. With the busy little tyrants out there who never seem to rest in their pursuit of satisfying their libido dominandi at our expense, this is no time to slack off or waste time with petty squabbling. Look for the upcoming For What It’s Worth, so named from the lyrics of the old Buffalo Springfield song that are so fitting even for today’s situation.

I’m definitely stoked about my being booked for another interview, this time with Scott Ledger on his Dangerous Conversation show on the radioio network this Thursday evening. I believe this is the correct link if you’d like to listen in, and I’ll add more precise details as I get them. There’s still time this month to get that important fundraising goal met in time to allow me to get to Tampa in August for the important events surrounding the RNC. My matching challenge is still on, perhaps this chance to raise awareness of my project will be the one that provides the impetus to finish this job!

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One Very Angry Soldier

My friend Adam House of the Combat Veterans for Ron Paul is angry, and has been since Rand Paul shocked much of the world recently by endorsing Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign for 2012 recently.

Today he published his feelings in a new article at CVRP2012, RAND PAUL, BENEDICT ARNOLD, & PATRICK HENRY. In it, you’ll immediately notice that the words practically smoke on your monitor. Adam did not mince words, nor varnish his opinion…and I don’t blame him one bit!

He compared Rand Paul’s action to that of the traitor to the American Revolution, Benedict Arnold, and with good reason, in my opinion. I’ve never paid much attention to Rand Paul, but his rhetoric at least paid lip service to the issues those in the liberty movement are passionate about. Endorsing Romney, on the other hand, flies in the face of that rhetoric…Romney’s proven himself to be no friend of liberty and a statist of the first water, as I discuss in my own recent piece for the American Daily Herald, The ‘Anyone But Obama’ Trap.

To cement his point, Adam quoted the genuinely patriotic Patrick Henry on the eve of Virginia’s entry into the Revolutionary War:

 “It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter. Gentlemen may cry, Peace, Peace – but there is no peace. The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! OUR BRETHREN ARE ALREADY IN THE FIELD. Why stand we here idle? What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!”

I was fortunate enough to have Adam visit my home yesterday, and we had a good time for several hours discussing all sorts of issues, including this one. He hinted at the time that he’d been fuming since the news of Rand Paul’s action was announced and had some choice words on the subject…boy, oh boy, did he!

I saw this essay just before its publication and was racking my brain on ways we might get it published in the Herald, which as a more phlegmatic journal does have some language restrictions, when Adam went ahead and published it in CVRP2012. I can’t claim I was surprised to see it so fast; Adam’s a man of action and doesn’t have an indecisive atom in him.

I wouldn’t presume to know Adam’s mind, and while I have some definite alarms going off about the whole Ron/Rand Paul situation this week myself…I think there’s a lot going on that we haven’t seen a fraction of at this point…we did concur about one thing in our discussions.

Nether Adam nor myself is going allow these disappointing events to slow us down in our enthusiasm to retrieve our stolen liberties, not now, not ever…in fact now’s the time to press for the return of our natural rights as never before!

We’ve all been saying for a long time that while Ron Paul has been the most visible focal point of the liberty movement, it’s never been about any one man. The bedrock of the liberty movement is the message of liberty itself, of the ideas of liberty and natural rights. As has been said many a time, nothing can stop an idea whose time has come. We’ll be putting our money where our mouths are and pressing on!

As for Rand Paul…well, I suspect that for whatever reason he endorsed Romney, it’ll make the Top Ten List of great historical blunders.

Nice work, Adam…I suspect somewhere Patrick Henry is smiling.

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MY Matching Challenge As Inspired by Dr. Thomas E. Woods..and Yes, I’m Serious.

It took about a week for me to write an appropriate thank-you note to Dr. Thomas  E. Woods for his amazing matching challenge he issued on his Facebook page and on his web site’s blog on May 26th. If you missed it, at 10:20am Central Time on that day he challenged his readers to donate $1000 within the hour to Get Glenn Mobile!, and if they would, he’d match it.

Guess what. One of his Facebook readers did donate that thousand bucks not only within the hour but in under 15 minutes from the time the challenge was issued, I might add…and Tom Woods matched it.

Among all of the other donations that have resulted from the awareness-raising efforts of my friends and allies, especially the incomparable Tatiana Moroz, Nick Allison and Adam House of the Combat Veterans for Ron Paul, Jordan Page, and Jason Rink with their endorsement videos they appeared in with Tatiana, as well as others who’ve helped spread the word like Dennis Behreandt of the American Daily Herald and many more, the $2000 from these two gentlemen is the record setting highest.

While trying to find the right words for my note to Dr. Woods, I also found myself wondering just how in the heck could one top that matching offer…incredibly generous as it was, we’re still at about 1/3 of the needed funds to modify my Honda for wheelchair access, and not only is this prolonged confinement doing me real harm, but the clock is ticking if I’m to have even a hope of joining my brothers and friends at the RNC in Tampa in August.

An idea finally percolated through the olive loaf that passes for my brain. I think it’s a pretty good one, too, a challenge of my own that might just result in finishing my goal here in time.

I wrote that thank-you note to Dr. Woods a couple of days ago and included this idea with it. I haven’t heard back from him; either he’s as incredibly busy as usual (likeliest) or he’s burned out from seeing my name (very possible…I hope not but I’ve had to make an awful gadfly of myself to get some public attention for this project) and has me on some perma-ignore list, but I just don’t have the luxury of time at this point.

Here’s my challenge:

If someone with a high enough profile will make a YouTube video or come up with an even better promotion that results in my meeting my goal of $26,000 by the end of this month of June 2012, I will pledge to donate my home, my house here in Nashville, Tennessee after my death in my will to them or the charitable institution of their choice. There’s only one condition, if I should predecease my mom, who’s the executor of my will, she will manage and reside in it until she in turn passes. She’s pushing 75 and not likely to outlive me, unless I’m, say, murdered by goons at the RNC or in Roswell, GA when I go there to follow up on the story of torture and harassment that drove Andrew Wordes to his death...but I won’t leave her unprotected.

I was in such a state I didn’t think of the cost of getting my vehicle to and from Freedom Motors’ facility in Michigan to actually perform the modification, and of course at that time I had no inkling I’d be doing the writing I am. In a pinch I can finance those myself, but perhaps we can forestall this. SO…as a bonus, I’ll throw in my personal possessions, like my firearms, original art work and vintage and reproduction classic tinplate toy collection, stuff I’d planned to will to my few remaining friends, if the amount reaches $30,000 by the end of June 2012. If more than one person launches a publicity drive, incidentally, the winner will be whoever’s responsible for the most total views the blog receives…Wordpress stats will show this and I’ll post a screenshot of them.

It’s a nice house, of brick construction; it along with its detached 2 1/2 car garage are visible in my Krip Kam #2 video, and when I purchased it in 2001 it had just been appraised at approximately $148,000. Doubtless that amount has fallen somewhat since then as a result of the bursting of the housing bubble, but not only did I acquire it for substantially less than that, I’m sure it would still command a respectable price, since it’s in good shape, built on a 1/2 acre corner lot on a hill with (in my opinion) the best view in the neighborhood, and of course has that large and well-constructed garage. Let’s not forget that it’s also disabled-friendly, with the 3 stout ramps that the local Civitan Club built for me several years ago, plus I plan to have the side deck (which was rotten when I got the place, but at the price I paid I didn’t care) ripped out and a switchback wheelchair ramp built so I can get to my basement again.

My mortgage company, Chase, certainly knows it’s a plum given how many times they’ve tried to scam me out of it, including when I tried refinancing it to pay for my vehicle modification months before I began Get Glenn Mobile! out of desperation…but that’s a whole ‘nother story.

Let’s be clear…if my challenge is met, you or your institution of choice are not gonna get the house right away; I plan to live for a goodly number of years yet, and I have no plans to spend that time homeless. Besides, I’ll be paying the mortgage, insurance and taxes on it for several years more until the home loan’s paid off. This is not an offer for impatient people with a high time preference.

I’m completely serious about this. I have no spouse or dependents to leave this house to (and never will, given that MS has made such a train wreck of me, inside and out), nor any close relatives save my mom. When I eventually go, the house will go to someone, and I certainly don’t want the government getting their grubby mitts on it. Heck, if you’re inclined, you could donate the entire amount yourself and think of it as a long term investment; you or a deserving institution will eventually get a good house worth at least a hundred grand or thereabouts for just over $16K now ($21K to get my guns and other goodies), though if you elect to do that, I’d much rather you get the money to Freedom Motors in my name, PayPal would take a pretty big chunk of a fee out of the gross! My requirement doesn’t even include a guarantee of my being able to make the Tampa event, just the deadline of the end of June.

Incidentally, in my letter to Dr. Woods, I said I’d leave the house to the Mises Institute if he met the challenge. That offer still stands, of course, but as I said, I just don’t have the time to wait. Three years’ imprisonment is about all I can take, and I just canNOT face another winter cooped up inside. I’m not self destructive, but like HAL 9000, my mind is going and I can feel it. The signs of damage are subtle but very real, and I don’t want to end up in some creepy fugue state, sleeping most of the time, a useless lump like too many disabled people allow themselves to become .

As always, any questions, comments or constructive criticism are welcome. Other than that…game on!

As the late Maurice Sendak wrote: let the wild rumpus start!

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The Allies Continue to Increase in Numbers and Strength!

New Gadsden Flag

I was delighted to see this latest entry on the Combat Veterans for Ron Paul’s web site by my good friend and brother in arms Nick Allison. These folks and their friends have quickly become some of my most stalwart allies, and I couldn’t be happier about that!

In a related note, I had this to say in a response to this wonderful post:

Y’know, I keep meeting people who step up and join in with my growing cadre of allies regularly lately, and most of their connections trace back to my original encounter with CVRP.
Today I quit being a wuss and contacted Kellie Swift-Wikel, the host at Truth Finders Network who conducted such a great interview with Tatiana Moroz the other day. A couple of PMs later and she unexpectedly announced that she was about to fire up a live broadcast, invited me to call in, and I ended up spending a good half hour or so on with her discussing my disability, blog and mobility cause as well as her own amazing story about her young daughter who’s afflicted with several serious maladies, some of which carry invisible symptoms similar to those of MS, yet is still a happy and spiritually sound kid.

She plugged the heck out of my Get Glenn Mobile! project throughout for her listeners and couldn’t have been a more accommodating host. Kellie’s one who really GETS it, and having her join the GGM! corps was mighty gratifying.

The warmth and willingness to help I’m seeing from people isn’t something I expected…but I’m not surprised. THIS is the face of the real America; it’s very much alive and eager to promote freedom in all its forms, just like I knew it was.

Kellie Swift-Wikel is one very smart, VERY gutsy lady. As with you CVRP guys, Tatiana Moroz and so many other good people I’ve encountered since I began this little adventure, I’m delighted and honored to know her.

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I’ve said it before: this project is obviously going to succeed.  The only question is when. I’m not going into details yet, but I’ve taken a step to accelerate the awareness-raising efforts of the cause in an effort to see its goal reached this very month, which should free me in time to join my friends and newly discovered family in Tampa for the events surrounding the RNC. Let’s hope the plan works.

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Put Some Starch In Your Memorial Day

Maj. General Smedley Butler, USMC

For too many people Memorial Day is just another Fed-inspired three day weekend, bereft of meaning apart from the chance to collect a day’s pay for doing nothing but watching a war movie or some game on TV. The Establishment sees it as just another tool in its bag of self aggrandizing tricks, further cementing the State worship that it inculcates in its charges from their earliest years, emphasizing and entrenching its role as an object of jingoistic tribalism for people to abase themselves before…hence the stress on war movies and team sports.

Originally known as Decoration Day, it was begun in 1868 as a remembrance for Confederate and Union soldiers killed during the Civil War but soon morphed into a general day of remembering those who lost their lives while serving in any of the armed forces of the United States.

For myself, I choose to celebrate the spirit of those people too, while keeping in mind that far too many of them were well meaning individuals whose selfless commitment to protect and defend America was cynically used by those in power to further their own ends, consolidate that power and sacrifice however many lives were required to accomplish this.

I suggest focusing  upon three things especially today to get a better appreciation of what Memorial Day’s significance was, is, and appears to be going:

First, even if you’ve read it before, read The War Prayer, written by Mark Twain in 1904 and one of the best antidotes I’ve seen for the unthinking war propaganda that’s drummed into the heads of most Americans by those with an incentive to promote the slaughter and carnage of war. Twain’s tone, while somewhat bitter and cynical, is appropriate for the subject, as seen in this excerpt:

“O Lord our Father, our young patriots, idols of our hearts, go forth to battle — be Thou near them! With them — in spirit — we also go forth from the sweet peace of our beloved firesides to smite the foe. O Lord our God, help us to tear their soldiers to bloody shreds with our shells; help us to cover their smiling fields with the pale forms of their patriot dead; help us to drown the thunder of the guns with the shrieks of their wounded, writhing in pain; help us to lay waste their humble homes with a hurricane of fire; help us to wring the hearts of their unoffending widows with unavailing grief; help us to turn them out roofless with little children to wander unfriended the wastes of their desolated land in rags and hunger and thirst, sports of the sun flames of summer and the icy winds of winter, broken in spirit, worn with travail, imploring Thee for the refuge of the grave and denied it — for our sakes who adore Thee, Lord, blast their hopes, blight their lives, protract their bitter pilgrimage, make heavy their steps, water their way with their tears, stain the white snow with the blood of their wounded feet! We ask it, in the spirit of love, of Him Who is the Source of Love, and Who is the ever-faithful refuge and friend of all that are sore beset and seek His aid with humble and contrite hearts. Amen.”

Next, I recommend the short book, originally distributed as a pamphlet, War Is A Racket, by Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler in 1935. This man speaks with authority as one who spent his professional life in the service of the military, and was actually present as a participant in the many conflicts that twice earned him the Congressional Medal of Honor among many honors and awards bestowed by the U.S. government, and was at the time the most highly decorated Marine in U.S. history. Though nearly 80 years have passed, Butler’s assessment of the true motivations for the promotion of war is as accurate today as it was when he wrote those words.

Last, I strongly suggest you listen to the Combat Veterans for Ron Paul’s special Memorial Day podcast of their Language of Liberty show at 3PM Central time today. I’ve been privileged to know Adam House, Nick Allison, and others in or associated with this group, and can honestly say I have yet to meet a more sincere and consistent bunch of people in their dedication to freedom and the recovery of our liberties. Time and again they have demonstrated their unimpeachable integrity, and I treasure their friendship. I look forward to the honor of working with them in the future to better communicate the real views of American service members to the public, the better tocounter the scripted and wholly cynical war propaganda of the mainstream media, entirely disingenuous in their motives. Happily, like the dinosaurs they are, they’re fast becoming irrelevant as they sink into the tar pits of history, but can still do some damage in their flailing and bellowing on their way. Trust me, you’re a lot better served turning to the guys and gals with the real facts…the CVRP.

A happier and more meaningful Memorial Day to you…in Liberty.

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I Ain’t Got the Words


I had a mighty happy surprise when I checked my inbox this morning…a new endorsement video for Get Glenn Mobile! from both Tatiana Moroz and Jordan Page!

As with Tatiana’s music, at least I was an über fanboi of Jordan’s artistry before he made this video with Lady Liberty on my behalf. I’ll say it again, you owe it to yourself to check them both out, and you can purchase their music at very reasonable prices for your own collection from your favorite sources, or visit their web sites at and respectively. If they’re new to you a visit to their sites is a great starting point to get to know these superb artists!

Thank you, friends. You’re helping this project really get up to speed and I’m grateful for the kindness.

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CVRP’s At It Again!

Man alive, I know I won’t be tearing off on trips of several hundred miles regularly once I’m mobile, but here’s another example of wishing especially hard I could make an event when I can’t.

My friends in the Combat Veterans for Ron Paul are gonna be busy this weekend, participating in the Texas for Freedom Rally & Music Festival in Austin this Friday thru Sunday (May 18 – 20).

During all this they’re also planning to march on the Texas State Capitol on Saturday, May 19th. This looks to be a weekend full of good stuff, celebrating liberty with fun and music, including an après-march party locally that promises to be a complete hoot. With a cast of characters like Sheriff Richard Mack, Jack Hunter, Tom Woods, Oath Keepers, Jimmie Vaughn, Jordan Page, Tatiana Moroz, and the other fine folks in the CVRP, this is a terrible tease for me. If you’re in or planning to be in the Austin area this weekend, you owe it to yourself to support liberty while having a great time by joining in. Read up on the details at the official site for the event as well as CVRP’s site!

Guys, you’ve got me mighty envious! Say…we have a State Capitol here in Nashville too, you know.

Just sayin’…

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