Monday, May 28, 2012

Remembering Jose Guerena's Family this Memorial Day

Last year's Memorial Day was another awakening for me and for my husband.  We took a trip to Tucson, Arizona to join the Oath Keepers  to  protest the vicious, senseless, and tragic murder of Jose Guerena by Arizona SWAT. On my Sunday radio show, I talked about that memorable trip.  For those of you who were unable to tune in live, please check out the UNEDITED Freedomizer Radio archive dated 5/27/12.  Or view my edited podcast.

That day, I met Sheriff Richard Mack - one of the few LEO's for whom I have respect.  Sheriff Mack is running for U.S. Congress out of the San Antonio, Texas area - and I sure hope he wins!

At the memorial, my husband and I met some great folks - Oath Keepers like Dan Kempf.  And after the demonstration, we attended a service conducted by Stewart Rhodes, founder of Oath Keepers.  Stewart introduced a number of speakers, including the impressive Sheriff Mack.  He introduced one speaker - but not by name.  That person was in my opinion, by far the most compelling speaker at the service.

His name is Bill Buppert, founder of  Bill will be my special guest next Sunday, June 3, 2012, to talk about his compelling article titled, "Just Go Away:  Why the American Indian Needs to Leave the United States.... forever."

I want to give a special shout out to Phillip, founder of Bikers of America, and to "Bill" from Arizona, a loyal follower of Freedomizer Joanne Morretti, host for Liberty Underground. Both called in to my Sunday show and helped make it memorable and informative.  Thank you also, to my frequent listeners and FR chat participants.  Don't hold back, tell me how your really feel :)

Also, please know that while it's still a work in progress, I've just launched my new radio blog that I hope you will frequent to see what guests and topics I'll be covering on radio.

To all of you that promote liberties:  THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE.

Roaring for liberty,



  1. no need to post.

    Deliberately cruel or violent is spelled vicious.

    Thick is spelled viscous. Nothing thick about the attack on Mr Guerena.


    Thank you for writing this essay.

    Doc Ellis 124

    no need to post

  2. I am proud to call Bill Buppert a friend. He is one of the most articulate speakers on the freedom circuit. He also runs a great blog. Thanks for stumping for him.




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