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We lost a fellow patriot last night ...Wayne Leach

It is with great sadness that I tell you of the loss of a great patriot, Wayne Leach.  Wayne passed away last night in Waterville.  Wayne had been extremely active in trying to restore our republic and our great state of Maine to their constitutions.  Wayne was a member of Maine Patriots and a founding member of  "We the People of Maine, Inc.".  He worked diligently to make our state and country a better, freer place to live.  He will be sorely missed.   I will post more about the funeral arrangements when I find them out.

In Liberty,


Posted by Amy Hale on May 20, 2015 at 3:00pm — 5 Comments

Are we bumbling idiots?


No matter what side of the isle you are on and even if you are semi conscious about the State of our Nation. You have to know that things are just not right.

Lets say you have been thinking about getting some property and have a home built. One day you are driving around and you keep on seeing signs with the same persons name on it, then you are listening to the radio and watching TV. This same persons name keeps popping up. You decide that you are going to contact them and tell them to find some property somewhere and build you a house, then you give them access to your hard earned money. For years they continue to take about 60 cents from every dollar you have. Some time passes and you go to see what they have for you. You have a 1 bedroom shack made out of old broken pallets in the middle of a landfill. You are furious! So you go on FB, piss and moan, post pic's and crucify this person to anyone who will listen to you.

Is this scenario realistic?

Would you hire someone you have never met?

Would you give someone control of your money?

Would you make any of these types of personal choices while providing no direction?

Of course you would not, that would be…


Posted by Pete Harring on January 9, 2015 at 2:37pm — 1 Comment

Greetings and Peace

Brothers and Sisters, I would like to introduce myself. I am a Christian and a Constitutional Conservative. We have been blessed with liberty as stated in our Bill of Rights. God inspired the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. I believe that our rights are inalienable and that the Bill of Rights does not give us our rights, but rather this holy inspired document confirms the rights that we received from our Creator.

We are called to, and we must, defend our faith, families and freedom. Francis Schaeffer in A Chrstian Manifesto states, and I agree, that it is our right and our responsibility to defend our God-given liberty through legal, political and/or social means; however, if we are forced to commit civil disobedience and this too fails, we have a right and a responsibility to defend our liberty.  

As it was during the American Counter Revolution of 1776 when our American Founders and Patriots, after years of negotiating, pleading and requesting that King George respect and honor the rights of the citizens of the Colonies, those brave and committed souls decided to stand and fight for their and for our liberty.  

We owe them our gratitude and our commitment to stand and fight, legally, politically, socially and if necessary with force of arms in the case of self defense and to defend our faith, our families and our freedom, as they did to establish this great nation and as we now stand required to in our current circumstances restore our Constitution and preserve our life, liberty, especially religious liberty, and property rights.

Our current and past administrations and congresses have seriously eroded our Constitution and they continue to restrict our liberties.  It is therefore essential that we, every citizens, regardless of religious affiliation or lack thereof, social , political or legal positions, unite and stand together in the greatest effort we will face next to our…


Posted by Peter Alexander on October 15, 2014 at 9:30pm


Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions said today that the Obama Administration's proposed "Executive Order" amnesty for "5-6 million more illegal immigrants is unlawful and that:

"...Any action Congress might consider to address the current border crisis would be futile should the President go forward with these lawless actions. Congress must speak out and fight against them. It must use its spending power to stop the President’s executive amnesty..."

In a communique to the press the Senator said in reference to what is known as "the Granger Package," organized and introduced by Texas Representative Kay Granger:

"...That the House leaders’ border package includes no language on executive actions is surrender to a lawless President. And it is a submission to the subordination of congressional power.

Sessions said that after years of falling wages and rising joblessness, American workers are pleading for someone to hear them.  "How can it be that our President is brazenly advertising that he will nullify and strip away American workers' immigration protections, and their own elected leaders will not rise to their defense?  Or to the defense of our laws and our Constitutional order?" Sessions asked.

 Sessions said "...because it does not fix our asylum rules and loopholes, the end result of the additional judges and hearings will be more illegal immigrants gaining asylum and access to U.S. welfare. It is a plan for expedited asylum, not expedited removal...Nor will this package make our rogue President actively enforce anything, coming nowhere close to the kinds of reasonable…


Posted by Vanguard Of Freedom on July 30, 2014 at 10:16am


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