Militias, Malicious?

The Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America reads: A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. This is the most fundamental example of the desire of the Founding Fathers for American … Continue reading

Execution of Persecution by the Prosecution

Well, I’ve figured out what perversion of the law the Obama administration will likely use to persecute active duty Oath Keepers in the event that they disobey direct orders, and the irony is palpable. The Uniform Code of Military Justice, Article 94, says: (a) Any person subject to this chapter who– (1) with intent to … Continue reading

State of Emergency

You people just refuse to use the reply system. Here’s an excerpt of an email sent to clutter up my inbox: “Don’t you think that it’s odd that the Oath Keepers formed right after Obama was elected, but many of the actual offenses they’re afraid of have already happened??? And years earlier, under Bush??? What, … Continue reading

The Only Narrative That Makes Sense

Well folks, I’ve been thinking a lot about yesterday’s post. I went through the orders that the Oath Keepers wouldn’t obey. Most of them correspond pretty clearly to the Bill of Rights, but some don’t. I started thinking: why were these added? And why leave out all of the other parts of the Bill of … Continue reading

Selective Service

I got another email asking me what sort of unconstitutional orders the Oath Keepers wouldn’t obey. Listen. First, I don’t know why you people can’t use the comment system. Right below the post is the box to reply in. I’m available by email, but comments should go in the reply box. Second, I link to … Continue reading

Transitivity of Oaths

Here’s an email from the latest little bird crying out for the regurgitated worms of truth: “Why the new oath for Oath Keepers? The military oath has served us well for years and years. The only reason to change it is to remove the requirement to obey any legal order given by your superiors. This … Continue reading

Not On Our Watch

I got an email from a reader asking what the actual purpose of the Oath Keepers is. Why do they even exist? Well, they explain that better than anyone: We Oath Keepers have drawn a line in the sand. We will not “just follow orders.” Our motto is “Not on our watch!” If you, the … Continue reading

Oath Keepers

America has always been able to count on our military to defend the homeland from all enemies, foreign and domestic. The Oath Keepers intend to keep it that way. Formed just 89 days after President Obama’s inauguration (and 1,331 days after President George W. Bush’s declaration of emergency for Hurricane Katrina), they swear an oath … Continue reading