The Continuity of America’s Federal Government is dangerous to liberty.

Having served in the military for twenty-eight years, I had the pleasure of a broad array of assignments and experiences, including in Washington, D.C., where I worked in areas like Defense Support to Civil Authorities (DSCA) and as part of a response force for the U.S. Capital region. I learned a lot about how many …

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An Assault In the Dark of Night My Band of Brothers Moment

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The Army’s National Training Center, next to Death Valley, has a few things going for it. Dusty, dark, miserably hot, windy, brutally cold, coyotes, snakes, spiders, never-ending sand – and many humans running around the desert training for war with little to no sleep for days. Sounds like fun.

A Birthday Wish List for the U.S. Army

It is the U.S. Army’s 248th birthday, time to make a wish and blow out the candles. Not long after America’s Revolutionary War began in April 1775, an appeal was made to all thirteen states to join in the struggle for American liberty. The result was the delegates of the Second Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia. They …

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The Last Full Measure

The Last Full Measure; This Memorial Day, Let Us Remember Those Who Gave It All for this Nation and the Principles for Which We Should All Stand When I was eighteen years old, I was stationed in the US Army’s Presidential Honor Guard in Fort Myer, Virginia. Typical of a young man that age, I thought …

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Transurrection Part II

Part one of Montana’s Transurrection is the only accurate eyewitness account of what happened in the Montana legislature when radical leftists showed their willingness to act violently and disrupt the business of all Montanans on April 24th. In part one, I described what I witnessed outside the Capitol building and then in the House gallery. …

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Montana’s Transurrection An Eyewitness Account

Is Montana's State Flag Going to Get a Makeover?

Whenever a veteran recounts a war story from their military days they often start with the phrase, “So there I was.” Though I am retired from the military and back home in Montana there are still times when I feel the need to start a story off right. So, there I was, sitting in the …

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