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Militia – now more than ever

Well regulated militia metaphor

The Constitution of the United States mentions the concept militia at least four times, if one counts every separate clause that mentions it. The recent accession to the Presidency of a quisling, after a compromised election, makes the militia more necessary than ever. Sadly, most American patriots don’t understand the militia as a concept. Herewith a definition of the militia and an overview of an ideal militia structure for our times.

Infamy behind the scenes

Infamy by Robert K. Tanenbaum



Infamy. By Robert K. Tanenbaum. New York: Gallery Books, 2016

WPE – We Plan to Endure – how we do it

PGA and politicians take note! And everyone else, consider taking out some insurance.

During the past 7 years a very close relationship between TPATH  and many of our members has resulted in the formation of WPE (We Plan to Endure).  As a consequence of several years of research, training and instructions provided to us by many experts from various survival disciplines, WPE has become a formidable source for information, training and disaster preparation.

Should Attorney General Eric Holder be disbarred?

Eric Holder

The Second Amendment and Holder’s refusal to recognize it

Eric Himpton Holder, now serving as the Attorney General of the United States, graduated from Columbia University in 1973 with a bachelor’s degree in American History. Thereafter he graduated from Columbia Law School in 1976. By anyone’s standards, Mr. Holder has had an accomplished career and risen to professional heights that only a distinguished few have known. Presently he is serving at one of the highest capacities for anyone in his profession—Attorney General of the United States.

Throughout his career, Mr. Holder has taken many oaths to uphold and preserve the Constitution. When he was admitted to practice in the federal court system, he had to take the following oath:

I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true and faithful allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter.