Overall, it appears the main charge on Kokesh will be a felony assault.
In the official criminal complaint, it explains that Kokesh was next to an individual with a “marijuana cigarette” and eventually locked arms. When police make their way over to Kokesh and the individual who was consuming marijuana, Kokesh reportedly blocked and obstructed the ranger. What becomes eerier is when the report notes that Kokesh “grabbed the ranger by the arm to hold him back,” which led to the talk show host being detained.
A video posted to YouTube by ActontheActor displays Kokesh stumbling backward as police haul him away from the crowd and it appears the libertarian activist had not used any force against the rangers. In addition, another video uploaded by OfficialPayDroV illustrates Kokesh’s arrest completely, from the start of detainment up to being taken from the crowd, which could prove to be key in the investigation. Kokesh uses his center of gravity as federal police pull him from the crowd, carrying a microphone, appearing to be calm and content.
Helfeld: Taxation is not forceful?
Reid: Well, no ..
Helfeld: It’s voluntary?
Reid: Quite the contrary. Our system of government Is a voluntary tax system
Helfeld: If you don’t want to pay your taxes, you don’t have to?
Reid: Of course you have to pay your taxes
Helfeld: The government will force you to pay or they will fine you or imprison you.
- Watch vids:
Joe Bannister's website.
Thanks to the below video report from Josie Harris and Christopher Cantwell,
direct from the federal courthouse in Philadelphia, we know that Adam is
being held under 18 USC 11, felony assault on a federal officer. He was not
released today but he has a detention hearing Thursday and might be released
then. Thanks to Scott MacMillan we have a copy of the complaint against
Adam. See it below the video.
The Free Adam Kokesh campaign will share more information as it becomes available. We all need to step up our activities in support of Adam in order to help Adam. He is in a very serious situation. We can not trust that justice will prevail inside the government injustice system. We have to use our rights to make justice prevail.
- All they're doing is creating a martyr.
Millions will dig the ditch they are told to dig then wet their pants when the machine gun bolts slam home and die stupidly wondering “How did this happen to me?” The tiny minority will have to do what will be required.
It’s time to stop arguing over the culture war. It’s time to stop hunkering down for the apocalypse. It’s time to stop waiting to get beamed up. It’s time to start thinking Normandy.
If you sit home waiting your turn you deserve to have your gun taken from
your cold dead hands.
The Founders didn’t wait for the Brits to knock down their doors. They gathered at the green and stood up like men and they killed government employees all the way back to Boston.
What will you do when it’s time to hunt NWO hacks, republicrats and commies(“Liberals” and ‘progressives’)?
Don't understand? Go to willowtowndotcom and read the quotes page first.
Then read my column "Prepping for Slavery."
Actual arrest vid:
Please pick up your phone for Adam, call and politely but firmly demand his
immediate and unconditional release. Ranked in order of importance:
"I demand the immediate and unconditional release of Adam Kokesh and the dropping of all charges against him."
(1) US Attorney (Phila): (215) 861-8200
(2) US Magistrate (Phila): (215) 597-6079
(3) Philadelphia Federal Prison: 215-521-4000 (wait a sec, then press 0)
(4) US Federal Courthouse (Phila): (215) 597-7704
(5) US Park Police Office of the Chief in DC: (202) 619-7350 and Phila: 215-597-7077
**It is not necessary to give them your name, phone number or other identifying information. Don't do it.**
After calling, please tweet using the hashtag #FreeAdam.
Full information at http://FreeAdam.net/
If you can make it to center city Philly, please attend the rally.
Liberty activists have been released in the past solely upon the outpouring of public support that came via a flood call. Government "justice" is not impartial. When the judge and US attorney know that Adam has an incredible amount of support and that we stand ready to voice that support in ways that are not convenient for these bureaucrats, then we can convince them that Adam is more trouble than he is worth.
Witness from Fed Nazi court hearing:
How much longer?
As blogger Thirdpower points out, these rifles cost over $23,000 (which
includes 200 rounds of highly specialized ammunition--more rounds beyond
that would undoubtedly add a great deal more to the total cost). Chipman's
"two bit criminal" has certainly moved up in the world.
Keep in mind that all this enormously expensive technology (of as yet unknown physical robustness) promises to provide is better accuracy. An increased ability, in other words, to hit the target, rather than something else--an innocent bystander, perhaps. They are arguing, essentially, that "public safety" requires that "civilians'" rifles miss a lot (at least 70% of the time, apparently, according to Fineman's rules--then again, Fineman is apparently out of his bloody mind). What's next--outlaw scopes? Rifling?
- Our domestic blood enemies will not show our Liberty any respect until we
are standing on piles of their dead bodies.
No compromise stance
My 2 cents on the court action: Spend the time and money in setting up an
annual national April 19 "The day they shot back" event. It should be our biggest holiday.
WNBlog May 20
It is worth mentioning that this all occurred within weeks of me joining the
NRA, National Association for Gun Rights (NAGR), Rocky Mountain Gun Owners
(RMGO) and signing a number of petitions and contacting a large number of
Senators and Representatives to encourage them to vote against gun
I am now living in absolute fear that I’ve been targeted by the IRS and other government agencies as some sort of Right Wing extremist. I’m expecting my door to be broken down in the middle of the night or perhaps worse...
-- Welcome to the war. Now what are you gonna do about it? Write a letter?
Blue collar salt of the Earth?
Blue collar salt of the Earth?
So when is the NRA going to start organizing, arming and training the
militia force that we will need to do what will be required?
What is the NRA's official statement on what they will tell their members to do when we are told to 'turn them in?' Will they tell them to comply or fight?
At least one silver lining has been noted in the IRS scandal which showed that the agency has been used by the Obama administration to target, harass, and delay political opponents. Citizens are now becoming aware that beginning in 2014, the most hated government agency of all, the IRS, will be responsible for managing and enforcing Obamacare.
The disclosures of the past two weeks concerning the heavy hand that the IRS
can wield against ordinary citizens and conservative groups is a timely
reminder that this is the very agency that will be in charge of their
A measure spelling out who can carry concealed handguns and where they can
carry them emerged Thursday after months of contentious negotiations, a
system with one set of rules for violence-plagued Chicago and another for
the rest of Illinois.
Though the attempt at a compromise cleared its first hurdle in the Senate, it faces considerable opposition from gun rights advocates who derided it as an effort to greatly restrict where guns could be carried for self-defense and argued that it gave too much leeway to law enforcement in denying permits.
- The "Liberal"(commie) trash never give in until they are forced to.
Republicans say AB711 would create a de facto ban on hunting. Some
alternatives to lead bullets may not be available because of federal
restrictions on armor-piercing ammunition.
The Assembly passed the bill Thursday on a largely party-line vote of 44-21. It now heads to the state Senate.
- We need to form up the militias, bring the troops home, invade
commiefornia and do what will be required to restore Liberty there.
While he has largely returned his focus to the fiscal issues he has long
been associated with, he said he still occasionally talked privately with
fellow senators about the background-check bill that was defeated last
month, and about potential changes that might win new support. But he has
not heard of any opponents willing to switch their votes, he said, leaving
the bill stuck short.
"I've had occasional conversations with my colleagues really ever since the vote," Toomey said. "There's nobody that I'm aware of that has indicated that they would change their vote."
- Consider the source.
Not 'public operations'
Yesterday, Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley (D) signed into law sweeping
gun control legislation, Senate Bill 281. Reported by NRA-ILA throughout the
session here, S.B. 281 faced strong opposition by the people of Maryland
throughout the legislative process. This sweeping anti-gun legislation will
take effect on October 1, 2013.
Among other things, this new law will ban 45 specific types of commonly owned semiautomatic firearms, require future purchasers of handguns to obtain a license to do so, mandate reporting of lost or stolen firearms within an arbitrary time period, and institute a ban on the sale, manufacture, purchase or transfer of magazines capable of holding more than ten rounds of ammunition. Your NRA-ILA will be pursuing legal action and continue to update you on the status on this and any other Second Amendment related issues in Maryland.
The shameless plotting of gun control advocates in Trenton was caught on
tape last week when a live microphone in the Senate Budget Committee was
left on. Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg was part of a conversation
discussing gun confiscation. This recording has been posted on YouTube and
has garnered national attention. Undaunted by the negative public reaction,
New Jersey Senators continued to push forward with their anti-Second
The state Senate approved several gun control measures on Monday, May 13, and the New Jersey Assembly has placed them on their calendar for consideration this Monday, May 20 at 1:00 pm. The Assembly floor agenda is subject to change. The remaining bills passed in the Senate on May 13 may require action in Assembly committees before they can be taken up on the Assembly floor.
- Two more commie states that will have to be invaded and conquered.
Go ahead and say it
The action came as Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) failed in a
behind-the-scenes effort to convince the committee leadership to include his
legislation to legalize the cultivation of industrial hemp — a priority for
farm interests back home in Kentucky.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) told POLITICO that he and McConnell are still pressing Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) — a member of the Agriculture panel — to support their efforts when the giant bill gets to the floor.
- They titled it wrong, it's the socialist farmers bill.
Insurance-industry representatives argued Thursday that there is no market
for such coverage, noting that many accidental shootings are covered by
homeowners’ policies. The industry is particularly troubled by a clause in
the district’s proposal that would mandate insurance for “willful acts,”
which would go beyond the scope of conventional liability insurance. Orange
and Cheh, both Democrats, said they would likely remove that clause.
The district has some of the strictest gun-control laws in the nation. Handguns were banned outright in the nation’s capital until a landmark 2008 Supreme Court ruling, and since then, about 2,000 people have legally purchased firearms. The 13-member council includes 11 Democrats and two left-leaning independents, potentially making the city fertile territory for those pushing an insurance mandate.
- We should force the auto insurance companies to insure politicians against
Nanny states require willing participants
The Taliban had relied on opium sales to finance their operations until July
2000. It was then that the regime's leader Mullah Mohammed Omar issued a ban
on the drug trade, because he claimed that it conflicted with Islamic law.
Less than a year later, a U.N. delegation visited the areas of the country
where poppies were traditionally grown and found nothing.
The head of the U.N. Drug Control Program said: "There are no poppies. It's amazing." By January 2002, the U.S. military had the Taliban on the run and the poppy fields had returned in earnest. At the same time, the U.S. and NATO nations signed a worldwide ban on opium production.
- Drug addicts are just 'collateral damage' to the globalists.
According to the Independence Institute press release, “The suit points out
that House Bill 1224 outlaws the majority of firearms magazines, which are
an essential component for a functional firearm. The bill directly outlaws
magazines of more than 15 rounds. The bill indirectly outlaws many smaller
magazines with its vague language about "designed to be readily converted."
This appears to outlaw all handgun and rifle box magazines with removable
floor plates, and all rifle tube magazines with removable end caps.
“This violates the Supreme Court's rule in District of Columbia v. Heller against prohibiting arms which are ‘typically possessed by law-abiding citizens for lawful purposes’,” the release asserts.
We're still 'free' to complain...
...as long as we don't actually do anything about tyranny.
To derogate this “more guns, less homicide” trend, media outlets like New
York Times cite the General Social Survey from the University of Chicago
(Illinois), stating: “The gun ownership rate has fallen across a broad cross
section of households since the early 1970s.” But media ignore their own
reports showing an increase in new gun owners.
Gun ownership is even growing in Illinois, where state police are “swamped” by a “huge backlog of applications for Firearms Owner Identification cards,” which are required for legal gun ownership there. CBS reports: “Every month since December has seen a record number of Illinois residents applying for FOID cards.”
- What's that old saying?: "Lies, damned lies and "Liberal"(commie) trash
Stanley Fish, professor of (in?)humanities and law, wrote an op-ed for the New York Times Monday speculating that perhaps the NRA is "un-American." Not all NRA members, mind you--not the recreational shooters, or those who believe that the Second Amendment protects the right of self-defense (although Fish describes himself as "deeply unpersuaded" by that argument). So to whom does he refer? Only the "militant" members, and most of the leadership. Let's have him explain who the "militants" are:
I mean those who read the Second Amendment as proclaiming the right of citizens to resist the tyranny of their own government, that is, of the government that issued and ratified the Constitution in the first place.
- Our domestic blood enemies' lies know no limit, except the limit we will
be forced to force upon them at the point of a gun.
Whose house is getting cleaned?
In a free country there's no such thing as a group whose motives cannot be questioned.
It's time to demand the "Liberal"(commie) trash 'compromise' back to Liberty
and the limited government we're supposed to have here or they can get the
hell out of this country. And we ain't askin'.
As is the case in the USA, there is a large and growing movement in
Australia among parents who are skeptical of the benefits of childhood
vaccination. The Australian media and medical establishment has responded to
this movement by creating a pro-immunization campaign to marginalize
conscientious objectors to childhood vaccinations – and to turn their
children into social outcasts.
Introducing its “No Jab, No Play” campaign, the Telegraph – Australia’s most influential newspaper – published a house editorial demanding an amendment to that country’s 2010 Public Health Act that would allow childcare centers to ban children who have not been vaccinated.
- The Aussies turned their weapons into their government without killing
their "Liberal"(commie) trash so they fully deserve what ever is done to
On September 27, 2010, Captain Salas co-hosted the "UFOs and Nukes" press conference with noted researcher Robert Hastings, during which seven USAF veterans revealed ongoing UFO activity at U.S. nuclear weapons sites during the Cold War era. That media event was extensively and favorably covered by hundreds of news organizations worldwide, including CNN, which streamed the proceedings live.
- They are here among us and probably have been all along.
Training for the home front?
It appears that Call has a solid case. Police cannot detain citizens and
demand identification with no good reason. Call was well within his rights
and Ohio laws clearly backed him up. Police could not have taken action
against Call unless it appeared that he was about to commit a crime, and the
mere presence of a firearm does not constitute suspicion.
Riverside police Chief Mark Reiss argued, “Had he been truthful with the police and simply provided his identification so that they could have quickly ran it, that encounter would have been over very quickly, within a minute or two.”
- Ya zee, vee must alvays blindly obey zee awfficers or faaacccce zee conzeqwences.
Remember, the "Liberal"(commie) trash want to force us to exist in a world
where merely having a weapon, of any kind, anywhere, even locked up in a
govt. approved vault, makes us automatically suspicious. Good slaves not
only would never dare fight back but have no clue it is their
and responsibility to fight back against and kill if necessary those who
would enslave us further or refuse a re-establishment of Liberty here in the
land of the cowardly and enslaved.
The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence harbors a great deal of hostility toward most American gun owners, but they reserve their greatest fear and loathing for those gun owners to whom they refer as "insurrectionists." What's an "insurrectionist," you ask? Pretty much anyone who believes that the entire purpose of the Second Amendment is to protect the people's right to the means of defeating tyranny. If you believe that--if you, in other words, agree with Tench Coxe (and a great many other Founding Fathers), you are an "insurrectionist," guilty of "treason," and deserving of death.
As much as they fear "insurrectionists," though, they have taken comfort in their belief that we constitute only a small percentage of gun owners, and thus an even smaller fringe of the populace in general. From the book "Guns, Democracy, and the Insurrectionist Idea," co-written by CSGV executive director Josh Horwitz
- We're already at the tyranny stage, have been for a long time. See next
How much longer?
Last October they hired a paving company to do the job for only about $1,000
But just last week they received letters from the City of Portland, stating that because the homeowners and the paving company did not get the proper permits, they are now liable for any run-off, flooding or environmental problems their unauthorized paving may cause.
- Sounds like they need to fill their potholes with "Liberal"(commie) trash
Economists say Venezuela's shortages stem from price controls meant to make
basic goods available to the poorest parts of society and the government's
controls on foreign currency.
"State-controlled prices – prices that are set below market-clearing price – always result in shortages. The shortage problem will only get worse, as it did over the years in the Soviet Union," said Steve Hanke, professor of economics at Johns Hopkins University.
- Remember, their sheeple voted for it.
One might expect Evergreen State gun rights activists to put Shapiro’s
comments to use as they ward off what they consider further efforts to erode
state and federal constitutional rights during the special session.
“The entire point of the Heller and MacDonald cases,” he said, alluding to the two Supreme Court rulings that affirmed the Second Amendment protects an individual civil right, “were to secure the Second Amendment as a guaranteed right to keep and bear firearms that are in ‘common use.’ But since the tragic Sandy Hook shootings in Connecticut, the Democrats have done everything they can to ban firearms that are in common use. Gun-control advocates have waged a diabolical misinformation campaign, mislabeling AR-15’s as ‘assault weapons,’ a term designed to mislead the public into thinking they’re actually machine guns or automatic ‘assault rifles,’ when, in fact, they only fire one shot at a time, no different than a handgun.”
- The Bill of Rights is about ACKNOWLEDGED natural born rights, not
'guaranteed' rights. And they are 'weapons of war.' That's what the Second
Amendment is about, forcing all governments to acknowledge our right to
fight back against and kill if necessary those who would enslave us further.
it's time to stop apologizing for reality.
Someone I know bought their eight-year-old an airsoft gun for Christmas.
Then Sandy Hook happened. He immediately returned it to the store.
It made me sad because I felt he lost the chance to have the teachable moment with his son. He could have talked about guns, personal responsibility and safety, and that even with toys guns you always treat them like real guns.
As a parent that was his choice – but by ignoring the topic, he did not teach his child anything. He may even be setting his son up for failure in a dangerous situation in the future.
- Yeah, a dangerous situation like being told to dig a ditch before being
shot into it.
Citiot can't believe big kitty ate his puppy
Today a citiot can't believe a predator did what predators do. Too bad it
didn't grab the citiot. More than likely it wasn't carrying a gun like any
intelligent person would.
That brings us back to our main point. Ultimately, the biggest problem with
Windows 8 is that it was based on a fundamentally mistaken assumption.
The idea was that one device could best serve people for two very different experiences:
1.) A desktop experience where people typically sit down and do prolonged, intensive work
2.) A more restless experience where people stand, walk, lounge, or demonstrate, typically working in shorter bursts
Windows 8 made a big bet that it could unite those two experiences with one machine. It built a platform to consolidate the tablet and the PC into one device that would be the future of computing. It was a worthy goal worth since it could have simplified things for many users and potentially saved them money by replacing two devices with one.
- How much are they paying the idiots who come up with this crap? The problem as usual is that these 'smart people' are blind to the fact, or don't care, that A. not everyone is as 'smart' as they are or B. don't like to waste time geeking around with a technical nuisance when they have other work they need to do.
Like the article says, try
And while penalties for “illicit possession” of firearms seems light (one
month and a fine), it’s also stated that Egypt imposes “life imprisonment
with hard labor for certain firearms.”
Having adopted the “League of Arab States Arab Model Law on Weapons, Ammunitions, Explosives and Hazardous Material” and the “African Common Position to take to the Conference to Review the UN Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects (UNPoA),” Egypt has also “committed to a consensus decision of the United Nations to adopt, support and implement the UN Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects.”
- How's that 'democracy' workin' for ya?
More brain dead mindless cows who don't belong here
The guy did a silly thing. But it's the cows' reaction to what he did that
is truly dangerous. See story link on May 14 edition.
Following her first public speech on the subject she was subsequently
arrested, hounded by the media, hauled into court, charged with racially
aggravated harassment following an appeal by the British Transport Police
and then thrown in jail for daring to speak the truth and say openly what
millions of people think but are too scared to say themselves.
The campaign group Britain First were on the ball first and organised a protest outside the prison where young Emma was being persecuted and held against her will, and with representatives from the British Resistance site along with Nationalist Parties and Patriots from around the country showing their support for Emma she was subsequently released shortly after the demonstration. This probably had more to do with a second protest that was being organised and showing signs of being far larger than the first though. A legal process had now begun in which the state has been unjustly dragging out for over 17 months.
- Watch the vid.
See our future.
Holder announced last June the Justice Department was conducting two
investigations of news leaks, one into revelations about the alleged bombing
plot in Yemen, and the other into reports of U.S. cyber warfare against
Iran's nuclear program.
The New York Times said Monday the investigation into the cyberwar leaks is believed to be focused on Times reporter David Sanger, who has written news stories and a book about a joint American-Israeli effort to sabotage Iranian nuclear centrifuges with the so-called Stuxnet virus. The Justice Department would not respond to the Times' query as to whether it had taken steps in the Times investigation similar to the seizure of the AP phone records. A lawyer for the newspapers said he had had no contact of any sort from the government.
- Shocked? Only those who don't pay attention are shocked, just like when
9/11 was allowed to happen.
IRS admits it's not good at math
It still believes in its god, government. That's deep denial.
Several journalists also tweeted their reactions to the AP story, with the New York Times’ public editor Margaret Sullivan calling the report “disturbing” and Marty Baron, the executive editor of The Washington Post, dubbing it “shocking, disturbing.” MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, meanwhile, asked in response to the story, “What is going on with this administration?” And Markos Moulitsas, founder of the liberal Daily Kos blog, wrote to his followers, “People looking for an Obama scandal, this one spying on the AP is the first legit one.”
- It's only 'legit' when the Marxist mutt attacks its lap dogs.
We want to show the city of Temple and Bell County Attorney Jim Nichols that
the US Army is not the enemy. We also want to support MSgt Grisham by doing
exactly what he did to get arrested. This is civil disobedience done
correctly, friends (while open carry is perfectly legal in Texas, that
didn’t stop the Temple police from arresting MSgt Grisham).
We are also raising money for MSgt Grisham’s legal defense. Oath Keepers has set up a donation page on our site where you can chip in to help with his legal expenses (when you donate there, it goes directly to his legal defense fund. We won’t be handling any of the money). Fighting these unconstitutional and oath breaking acts is expensive. It takes a lot of time and money to be successful, and we need to win, so please donate generously to his defense fund.
Courting controversy? Or flirting with disaster?
This event is civil disobedience because we will be violating and/or
attempting to violate various regulations that have been used to curtail
freedom of speech and freedom of self-defense, however, this is in response
to the DC Police refusing to follow the law of the Constitution. They have
been in violation of court order and the law by continuing to enforce
statures that have been ruled unconstitutional. This is one in a long train
of abuses, but a government that cannot be trusted to follow its own rules
cannot be trusted, and we cannot allow this lawlessness to continue. We must
stop this criminal government!
You are welcome and highly encouraged to attend unarmed as a supporter, or armed with a recording device. Please RSVP in the affirmative (“Going”) if you plan to attend as a witness. If there are any active duty military or law enforcement who would like to honor their oath to the Constitution by supporting this march, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. We especially invite law enforcement officers to stand with us armed however they feel is appropriate.
- I'm looking for someone to share a ride with or gas money. I plan to carry
a camera and act as a reporter since I cannot afford legal fees nor jail
time. If the authoritarians do something stupid I want my weapons where I
can get to them not in the hands of a District of Criminals Nazi. Plus, as
the old sergeant said, "If I need one, they'll be plenty layin' around."
The emperor has no clothes...
...but it does have an umbrella.
Events, alerts, actions and groups you should be involved with:
legislator email addresses
When we lived in caves...
Candidates worth voting for:
Way too much time on someone's hands
Commie/NWO site of the week: GAW News
Commie of the week: Emma Goldman
Patriot site of the week: We the Armed
Word(or phrase) for the times: sweatshop
Quote for the times:
"The truth is that the State is a conspiracy designed
not only to exploit, but above all to corrupt its citizens ... Henceforth, I
shall never serve any government anywhere." -
"Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms
to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to
reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their
duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their
future security." -
The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America,
Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776
(To the Founders, 'state' meant independent sovereign nation state,
that was voluntarily entering into the union and could theoretically un-volunteer later.)
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It's time to bring back the old
saying: "Better dead than red."
Only we need to apply it to Amerika's reds.