The contempt of the Rule of Law by our elected Republican and Democrat usurpers, soon to devastate our economy for costs of all goods and services increasing fifty fold, will result in “a serious crisis that will not go to waste” by our elected enemies of our Ninth and Tenth Amendment laws who are tearing apart our Republic and our Society as a whole.
I believe that if enough people volunteer to USCD our actions might relieve the people’s clamor for martial law in fear of looters and raiding parties. USCD assets and personnel, none U.S. Government connected, could save our entire Republic from utter and full out tyranny and oppression in the absolute nightmare of what otherwise would be absolute power by our elected Republican and Democrat usurpers and their jackbooted minions of tyranny and oppression.
I only supplicate that the USCD is quickly growing and accelerating. I fear that not much time is left before the QE drug induced re-employment “rush” which will start the count down timer to the collapse of “The Matrix”.
Hey Gen Michael Webster!
Saturday evening after the expo we held an APN meet and greet dinner with special guests Doctor Bones and Nurse Amy from Doom and Bloom. (You can check out their latest book here). The dinner turned out to be a great opportunity for APN’rs to meet and greet with one another, shake hands, and have some great food. If you are ever in Georgia, be sure to stop at Olive’s in Norcross. This was a small family owned restaurant with seating for 40….45 people showed up! You can see more pictures of the APN dinner on our facebook page here.
Stay Safe Everyone,
Photo’s Trinity California USCDA Logo on vehicles.
Dear General Michael (Mick) Webster: Commandant USCDA
If you have ever wanted a great “one-liner” to roll off your tongue when you are in a friendly but competitive debate with someone who is less than “pro-gun”, then you will love this report.
Over the years, I have heard or received from students, members, and subscribers hundreds of great quotes, quips, and sage thoughts. Here is a compiled list of great one-liners for your use and enjoyment.
After reading them, e-mail me any of your favorite “pro-gun” one-liners that are not on this list, and forward this report to all your friends to do the same. In a future report, I will update the list with the “Best of the Best Pro-Gun One-Liners” including more that you’ve sent to me.
Here is my list of favorites:
An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject.
A gun in the hand is better than a cop on the phone.
Gun control is not about guns; it’s about control.
If guns cause crime, then cameras cause pornography.
Free men should not have to ask permission to bear arms.
If you don’t know your rights you don’t have any.
Those who trade liberty for security have neither.
The United States Constitution © 1791. All Rights Reserved.
What part of “shall not be infringed” do you not understand?
The second amendment is in place in case they ignore the others.
Guns only have two enemies: rust and liberals.
Know guns, know peace and safety. No guns, no peace nor safety.
If you want peace, prepare for war.
Peace through superior firepower.
Call 911: Government sponsored Dial-a-Prayer.
Assault is a type of behavior, not a type of hardware.
Criminals love gun control – it makes their jobs easier and safer.
Only a government that is afraid of its citizens tries to control them.
You only have the rights you are willing to fight for.
The American Revolution wasn’t about tea and taxes – it was about taking guns!
Gun control is hitting what you aim at.
The pen is mightier than the sword – unless you are in a swordfight!
Those who live by the sword have a fighting chance.
Those who beat their swords into plowshares will plow for those who don’t.
Blaming a gun for crime is like blaming a fork for Rosie O’Donnell being FAT!
My gun? I’d rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it.
Firearm safety – it’s a matter for education, not legislation.
The day they want my guns they’ll have to bring theirs.
An armed society is a polite society.
Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life.
How can you praise freedom, and condemn that which gains and preserves it?
Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.
Shooting. The only sport endorsed by the founding fathers.
My wife and my gun: ’til death do us part.
When they come for your guns, give them the ammo first!
If you are free to be a liberal – thank a man with a gun!
Ted Kennedy’s Car has killed more people than my gun!
Guns are smart enough. We need smarter politicians.
Bolt actions speak louder than words.
Gun control… It’s not a new idea… Just a bad one!
My personal all time favorites (to date) are:
The D.C. gun ban works – just ask James Brady.
When seconds count, the cops are just minutes away…
CITY OF LAGUNA HILLS
‘Let’s take two minutes to remember’
Laguna Hills launches ‘Operation Veterans Appreciation’
The City of Laguna Hills has held baby showers, toy drives, Christmas parties, and even named its Memorial Day festivities after its beloved 3/5 “Dark Horse” Marines of Camp Pendleton.
But the City wants to go a step further, and hopes everyone else in south Orange County will agree.
The City will issue a proclamation at its Oct. 22 meeting urging everyone – children, their families, merchants, business services, civic groups, people on the street – to honor our Veterans by observing the once-traditional moment of silence on Nov. 11, at 11 minutes past 11 a.m., commemorating the last shot fired in World War I.
“We hope as many as possible will attend services already planned throughout our communities, but in particular we hope to engender a personal tribute to our Veterans within the heart of every individual we can reach with this message,” says Laguna Hills Mayor Barbara Kogerman, herself the wife of Marine Corps Veteran Lt. Col Bill Kogerman (Ret.). “And we encourage every Veteran who can do so to wear his or her uniform, or their medals, so we can personally thank them for their service.”
Kogerman traces her passion for Veterans Day to a speech given last spring by Marine Gen. John Kelly, who lost his own son during the 3/5 deployment to Afghanistan in 2010. He described Remembrance Day in Great Britain, their equivalent of Veterans Day, when at the 11th minute of the 11th hour, of the 11th month EVERYBODY stops whatever they are doing for two minutes of remembrance. “And God forgive you if you’re not wearing a poppy,” he said, going on to describe Veterans wearing their uniforms and medals, and a country forever grateful for their service.
“That’s the spirit I want to bring to our own communities,” Kogerman says. “It’s got to start somewhere. Why not here?
“Next year, I hope we can get the schools involved, too. Children can make poppies, or memorize ‘In Flanders Fields,’ for example.”
Veterans Day falls on a Monday this year, so schools and some government offices will be closed, but next year Nov. 11 will fall on a Tuesday, so those places will be open, having taken Monday off.
“That’s when we’ll really find out if Veterans Day can mean more than sales and no school,” Kogerman continues. “It’s our job to rekindle the 11/11/11 tradition, and to pass it on to the next generation.”
Contact: Barbara Kogerman, Mayor
Attention all USCDA chapters around the nation. Please encourage the cities in your counties to follow suit with the California City Laguna Hills by making a similar proclamation, to honor our Veterans by observing the once-traditional moment of silence on Nov. 11, at 11 minutes past 11 a.m., commemorating the last shot fired in World War I. HQ’s wants to go a step further, and hopes everyone else in America will agree and personally honor our Veterans during that 11th hour.
General Michael (Mick) Webster