Friday, May 24, 2013

July 4, 2013, a day that might be infamous...

Well, it's been a bit since my last post here.  I've been fairly busy with life and other Freedom based activities.  But I am heading back to the keyboard as there's things to discuss with you.  I'll have some new material soon.  That's for your patience.

July 4, 2013 may be an interesting day in history.  There's a group of several thousand Americans who are putting their butts on the line and marching, armed, into DC.  While I have some opinions on the subject, I am finding that my ideas mean little when others, on the other side of the country, decide to move.  All one can do is prepare for possible outcomes.

So, on July 4th, I'll be at Embracing Freedom 2013 at John Dam Plaza in Richland, Washington where I and hopefully hundreds of other concerned Americans will have some time to swap ideas and discuss what has already happened in DC.  By noon Pacific time, the events in DC will have probably come to whatever type of end and we will know what happened.  Having a large crowd gathered to discuss the events of the day will be a good thing as so often we sit at home looking at a screen and feeling alone.

The plan is to gather freedom and rights based groups from the Mid-Columbia together for a day of speeches and discussions, sharing ideas and ideals and networking some of these groups who might not otherwise have come together.

More to follow.