Monday, March 18, 2013

The New Jersey incident. What motivates bureaucrats.

Re-post due to comment by Dennis on The fight has officially been brought to my front door

 The Robinson self-teaching methodology teaches your children to become independent learners.

The New Jersey episode went as follows:

We all traveled together in those days because the children were then ages 7, 12. 12. 14. 16. And 18 and there is only one parent. I still prefer not to have them away (ages now 11-22). All of us speak by telephone every day (usually during an evening Bible reading).

We were then on a trip in a pickup truck (two doors with back seat) and were visiting Dr. R. B. Merrifield, a scientist at Rockefeller University who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for being the first to synthesize an enzyme and for the development of related techniques. Rockefeller University is in New York City and, for the visit, we were all dressed in the best clothes we had with us. The plan was to visit the lab at Rockefeller and then spend the weekend at Dr. Merrifield's home in New Jersey.

Matthew had developed a cough, so Dr. Merrifield suggested that Mrs. Merrifield could make an appointment with a pediatrician. The Merrifield's raised several children, but all were grown, so she just picked a pediatric clinic from the yellow pages. We arrived there after hours at 5:30 p.m., so two women M.D.s and two nurses were on after-hours duty.

Matthew and I went in, while the other five children waited in the truck. After an about one-half hour wait and following the quickest physical exam I have ever seen, one of the pediatricians announced that Matthew appeared to have a very serious, rapidly fatal bacterial infection - which could be stopped only by immediate hospitalization and intravenous antibiotics. I called our pediatrician in Oregon, who told me that the disease, while rare, did exist - and he could not, of course, advise about Matthew without seeing him.

So, the other children went on to the Merrifield's, while Matthew, Arynne, and I went to the hospital. (Arynne also had a cough, but wound up sleeping in the pickup that very cold night because the hospital would not allow her inside unless I admitted her.) Curiously, the Dr. did not suggest examination of the other children who had, presumably, been exposed to this dread and contagious illness. The admitting physician at the hospital seemed confused, since she could find nothing wrong with Matthew other than a bad cold - but she dutifully ordered a set of x-rays and administered the IV and an intermittent respirator, while telling me "you have nothing to worry about" and commenting that our Dr. must have "a very low threshold." I was later to learn that the hospital record code number for Matthew designated "admitted for reasons other than a medical emergency."

What I did not know throughout that night at Matthew's bedside was that, when we visited the clinic, one of the staff members noticed the truck and asked the children to talk with her and to get out of the truck. She, being a stranger, they refused to do either. The Dr. then called New Jersey social services and a plan to trap us through hospitalizing Matthew was decided upon. My first warning was when a woman from New Jersey social services appeared in the hospital room late the next morning backed (in the hallway outside) by two men with guns - one detective and one police officer. She repeatedly demanded that I leave the room to meet with them, which I, fortunately, refused to do.

The interrogation of me that followed (in the room with her running back and forth to talk to the men outside) then centered almost exclusively upon our finances. How much money was in my wallet?

How much did our home cost? Where did we get the money to buy it? Etc. In retrospect, I believe that their main purpose was to determine whether or not we were wealthy enough to fight them. After a couple of hours, they demanded to see the other children. So, after reaching an agreement that, if I left Matthew's room, I would be permitted to go back in, we drove to the Merrifields - detective, social worker, and me.

Since we refused the social worker's demand to see the children alone, she questioned them in the presence of Mrs. Merrifield and me - while the detective questioned Dr. Merrifield in another room. Before beginning, the social worker gave us a short talk on how good she was with children. After a couple of hours of this, the two conferred and then left. Professor Merrifield told me that the detective said the most suspicious evidence was that the children were "too quiet." Dr. Merrifield said he kept telling the guy that children learn by example, but he wouldn't believe him.

Back at the hospital, they still refused to release Matthew. However, after I agreed to participate in meetings and examinations the next morning, they let him out. We, of course, immediately drove out of the state.

When I asked later for the state records of this episode, I was told that they were sealed. I was not to be allowed to read them.

Several things should be realized. First, most states have passed laws allowing them to receive child abuse money from the federal government. When a child is seized, these programs provide over $100,000 per child which pays the people who seize the child and their retainers in the police dept., child services, foster homes, etc. Our family was worth at least $500,000 to the social services industry of New Jersey. Second, these laws specify that certain professionals - including MDs - are guilty of a serious crime if, knowing about a potential case - they do not report it. Therefore, at the clinic, once one of the staff had raised a question about the children, all of the staff members were at serious personal risk if they did not call the "social services" people. The ruse they then participated in order to snatch Matthew was, of course, highly unethical. It was after hours and the child services people needed time to get their act and paperwork together. Third, Matthew's need for child protection was, as far as I was able to determine, of little interest to these people. If we had been relatively poor and had not been visiting a famous man. I am sure that all six children would have been seized - and I would have been involved in a long fight to get them back. Even if successful, this fight would have devastated our work, since it would have been waged 3,000 miles from home.

At present. There are more than a million allegations of child abuse each year. 80% are dropped - but usually after the children have been seized and interrogated. About 200,000 children are currently incarcerated in locations away from their parents. Federal funding of this now stands at about $3 billion per year. This pays about $100,000 per child for the seizure and institutionalization of 30,000 children per year. States supply similar amounts of money. After the child has been processed and placed in a "foster home," Yearly tax-financed expenditures are less.

Read and Steel Thyself: Ol' Remus

When you step back and look at the big picture, it really makes one wonder—how big of a piano needs to be dropped on people's heads before they notice what's happening?
Simon Black at
Stars shine for billions of years, fusing one element into another, hydrogen into helium, carbon, neon, oxygen, silicon, until one day fusion into iron begins. There, quietly, at the heart of the star, it's doom is sealed. Fusion into iron generates no net heat, in fact, it's a heat sink. There comes those last few seconds when equilibrium is lost, the star can't support its own weight, the outer shells collapse inward at nearly the speed of light and the star is torn apart in a spectacular cataclysm. When gravity wins, it wins all at once. So it shall be with us. 

There are those among us who want what they don't need and need what they don't want. Tolerance for this has metamorphosized into entitlement, which for the beneficiary mimics success, and so the core of career consumers has grown large enough to make its own weather and exert its own gravity. Debt on this scale would eventually overwhelm any economy, no matter how robust. Enough is never enough, even if it were a wide-open spigot plumbed to any conceivable source of supply. Fantasies about debt can keep it going for a while, but in the real world no debt has ever gone unpaid, if not by the borrower then by the lender. In the end, historic debt has historic consequences.
The hard road ahead will likely be comparable in its scope and impacts to the harrowing times brought by America's first three rounds of anacyclosis. To live through the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, or the Great Depression was not an easy thing; those of my readers who are curious about what might be ahead could probably do worse than to read a good history of one or more of those.
John Greer at
As said here some time ago, if you wonder what a catastrophic collapse looks like, look around. This is what it looks like. The first 'heads up' was the NASDAQ implosion of 2001, then the mortgage-backed securities bubble and 2008 meltdown. Now it's frantic bubble-blowing at the stock exchanges, 'green' industries, student loans and elsewhere. Economic bubbles always mean something is boiling furiously somewhere. The pressure is already off the scale, the seams bulging, the connectors failing. The rightly feared decline is behind us, we're deep into the penumbra of a historic, uncontrolled disaster. 

These are the good times, the summer of '29, the last cotillion before the butcher's bill arrives. With a debt-to-GDP ratio of 350% and zero return, look for the US bond market to be the first debacle, if the EU doesn't self-destruct first art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif. The real faceplant comes when the bulk of savers and investors understand their paper for the sinkhole it is. The rush for the exits will be unstoppable, finance will implode—days at most and perhaps in hours, and take the whole interdependent tangle with it, meaning bank accounts, retirement benefits, insurance, entitlements, credit scores, Paypal, Bitcoin, money market funds, corporate bonds, stock market shares—eviscerated like an October hog, their real value revealed at last.
I'm going to tell you what I think is going on. I don't think domestic insurrection. Law enforcement and national security agencies, they play out multiple scenarios. I'll tell you what I think they're simulating: the collapse of our financial system, the collapse of our society and the potential for widespread violence, looting, killing in the streets, because that's what happens when an economy collapses.
Mark Levin, Reagan's Attorney General's Chief of Staff, via
General collapse is the working premise at the highest levels in DC. Their state security apparatus is openly deploying art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif for what they call continuity of government, meaning the administration generally and themselves specifically. As said here before, look first for a rapid ramp up of the existing police state:
Detention without charges. Expect precautionary arrests, pre-crime prosecution, warrantless no-knock home invasions and mass internment. Should anybody believe mass internment is a stretch, recall the forced removal of Japanese Americans from the western coastal states to inland camps. Recall Civil Defense in World War II and the Cold War was about more than blackouts and bomb shelters, it was authorized to relocate populations of whole regions should the order be given. Also expect Bills of Attainder, i.e., laws which designate criminal demographic categories rather than criminal activities, meaning criminalization of those parts of the populace they identify as dangerous opposition. The list is public, the action not far off.
Salinas California, 1942
Japanese Americans being processed for internment

Confiscation of property. This includes wealth in any form: croplands, the family car, real estate—especially if adjacent to federal facilities or major bridges or power transmission nodes or international borders, or if it has a view some Diversity Director really likes. Expect industries or entire sectors of the economy to be nationalized, railroads and power plants for example. Expect private or commercial stocks of rare earths, precious metals, fuels and such to be seized as "strategic materials." Recall confiscation of privately held—i.e., "hoarded"—gold in the 1930s using the Trading With The Enemy Act of 1917. Ominously, anti-melting laws rely on, and demonstrate, DC's claim that all US coinage is federal property. Even the Progressive regime of the '30s didn't go this far.
Restricted travel. Expect a universal identification system, curfews, travel permits amounting to internal passports, no-travel lists, no-go areas art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif, security check points and a priority system for users of each mode of travel. Expect "refugees" and "domestic terrorists" being transported to "resettlement centers" to have a high priority. Parts of the interstate highway may be intermittently or permanently closed to civilians. Automobiles built before GPS devices and other self-reporting black boxes may command a premium. Expect indirect travel restrictions as well. Recall during World War II gasoline was rationed and automobile tires were unavailable through domestic channels.
Restricted communications. Expect disinformation, anti-rumor campaigns, on-site advisors for editors and news broadcasters, and protective custody or worse for dissident commentators. Internet access will be licensed and conditional as other forms of communications are now, amateur short wave radio for instance. Some sites will be covertly run by the regime as "honey pot" stings. Expect photography in formerly public areas, especially of officials interacting with citizens, to be presumed evidence of criminal intent and, by extension, possession of such photos or videos.
Weapons confiscation. Expect revocation of licenses and permits, an expanded list of proscribed weapons—muzzle loaders, bows, knives, even sporting slingshots. Expect the usual confiscation tactics: amnesty collection drives, tracing ownership through registrations and vendor records of accessories purchases, incentives to inform authorities of weapons possession or ammunition trading and the like. Many doomers with buried weapons will be unpleasantly surprised at how public their stash really is. Zero tolerance in the schools was a first step. It originated in Nazi-occupied Europe, merely touching the rusted remains of a gun found among the rubble meant on-the-spot execution.
Centralized allocation of commodities and goods. Expect rationing of necessities, including food, clothing, fuel, water, and electricity. The rationing system will be complex, ever-changing, incentivized and corrupt. Favored groups, activities and businesses will be generously supplied "for the greater good." Rigorous enforcement of anti-hoarding laws already in place will ensure a general improvidence and dependency. Current law allows citizens to stock provisions for about the same time period as the DHS recommends for emergencies, seven to ten days.
Citizen surveillance. Expect the "See something, Say something" campaign to become a fully developed citizen surveillance system along the lines of Cuba 's Rapid Action Brigades with "guidance" on reportable instances using "public service" announcements. The IRS's whistle blower program may be a template for structured rewards. For their more impatient and less structured constituency, expect state-sanctioned flash mobs. Participation in the black market—formerly the free market—is likely to be high on their list of actionable offenses, including barter or transactions involving precious metals, even for otherwise legal goods or services. We'll likely see a reward system for Judas goats here as well. Also expect abuse of the citizen surveillance system for personal advantage, extortion or revenge.
Price, wage and currency control. Expect prices and wages to be capped, all money transfers to be restricted, all bank accounts monitored and "taxed" arbitrarily. Currency control is already under way. Aside from confiscation via inflation, cash is routinely seized by law enforcement art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif as "evidence" of presumed criminal activity—no charges need be brought. The Sheriff of Nottingham rides again. Currency being inconveniently untraceable, look for its replacement by small denomination scrip, with auditable instruments similar to SNAP EBT cards for all else. Capital control, a form of confiscation to keep property from accompanying its owner—to combat what they call "capital flight"—is already in place. It's used by totalitarian states to strip emigres, discourage escape or impoverish dissenters when expelled.
None of this has to happen, but odds are it will happen. Some of it is happening. And this is just the beginning. This is the orderly part, the part that takes the trouble to appear legal. Compared to what follows it's almost cordial and gentlemanly. For those who stay away from crowds, this part is doable.

Washington DC, 1932
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This is the most heavily-armed the American people have ever been. I'm including the World Wars. Even then, the guns and ammo were going to military units deploying overseas, not going towards suburban stockpiles, and under freshly turned earth in hidden caches. Nor have Americans ever been better trained to wage a war, specifically an insurgency. More than a decade of warfare in Asia and Africa have left us with large numbers of highly-trained veterans of wars without front lines.
Bob Owens at
When opposition is destroyed or driven underground, the DC gravity-well is free to strengthen without limit. This is when the real troubles begin. As it becomes plain the madness is unconstrained, hidden fractures will come unglued. Expect secessions and shifting allegiances, interagency arrests and counter arrests, local insurrections and mob rule, outright famine, partisan warfare, serial sabotage, freelance revenge and rogue black ops. Look for conflicting claims to legitimacy in DC and warring regional coalitions of states—perhaps including foreign alliances, all superimposed on daily street-level crime that would shock Al Capone. Given enough distance these are details. As always, Rule One applies: stay away from crowds lest their fate becomes your fate. 
Those who make it this far are survivors but not yet survivalists. When the country is in ruins, when the fevers have run their course, when all that can be looted has been looted, when legacy power is no longer worth having, when everywhere is behind enemy lines, then hard times have arrived and survivalism becomes a way of life.

Governor Christie’s Favorite Charity

In the age of ceaseless parroting for “transparency,” it’s astounding to me that government do-gooders are apparently immune.

The Asbury Park (NJ) Press is reporting:
The Sandy relief fund chaired by New Jersey first lady Mary Pat Christie has raised more than $32 million so far. But four months after the superstorm, none of that aid has reached storm victims yet.
In her defense, Mrs. Christie cites the challenges of starting a charity from scratch, and other logistical problems.

Poor Mrs. Christie has exhausted herself, “soliciting advice from charity experts, making calls to wealthy individuals and corporations, seeking sizeable donations, and assembling a small staff and a bi-partisan operating board. She also helped recruit celebrities to join an honorary advisory board, which now includes Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi and Bono.”

But actually dispensing disaster relief? Not so much.

I guess Mrs. Christie neglected to share her view that such formidable challenges excuse such delays with her husband, who has called FEMA’s and Congress’s similar delays in providing relief to his state “disgusting.”

Of course, the chief question is: Why did Mrs. Christie find a need to create a charity from scratch, when there already exist dozens, if not hundreds, of effective, efficient charities with decades of experience providing disaster relief?

Why not simply lend her name and face to efforts to direct funding to one of these? For example, the private Robin Hood Foundation has drawn on its 25 years’ experience to so far direct more than $50 million of the $67 million raised from the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief “to dozens of nonprofit groups, with nearly 40 percent of the funds earmarked for relief efforts in New Jersey. The foundation expects to commit almost all of the remaining concert money by the end of the month.”

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......I despise it, but spam has done, done me in.:)

Dems Vote To Fund Food Stamp Promotions On Mexican Soil


At Thursday’s Budget Committee mark-up, Sen. Jeff Sessions offered an amendment to prohibit any further funds from being expended on the controversial U.S.-Mexico food stamp partnership, which allows USDA to advertise food stamp benefits in foreign consulates. This commonsense amendment was voted down unanimously by the panel’s Democrats.

Russia and Minorities

Via Ryan


On February 4th, 2013, Vladimir Putin, the Russian President, addressed the Duma, (Russian Parliament), and gave a speech about the tensions with minorities in Russia :
"In Russia live Russians. Any minority, from anywhere, if it wants to live in Russia , to work and eat in Russia , should speak Russian, and should respect the Russian laws. If they prefer Shari ‘a Law, then we advise them to go to those places where that's the state law. Russia does not need minorities. 

Minorities need Russia , and we will not grant them special privileges, or try to change our laws to fit their desires, no matter how loud they yell 'discrimination'. We better learn from the suicides of America , England , Holland and France , if we are to survive as a nation. The Russian customs and traditions are not compatible with the lack of culture or the primitive ways of most minorities.

When this honourable legislative body thinks of creating new laws, it should have in mind the national interest first, observing that the minorities are not Russians."

The politicians in the Duma gave Putin a standing ovation for five minutes.

Penis Snatching on the Rise -- Africa’s Genital-Stealing Crime Wave Hits the Countryside

Via Matthew


Elaborate greetings are the norm, I’ve found, when one enters a Central African village. So it was a surprise when I noticed that many people weren’t shaking hands the morning I arrived in Tiringoulou, a town of about 2,000 people in one of the remotest corners of the Central African Republic, in March 2010. I soon found out the reason: the day before, a traveler passing through town on a Sudanese merchant truck had, with a simple handshake, removed two men’s penises.

As best I could reconstruct from witness accounts, the stranger had stopped to purchase a cup of tea at the market. After handing over his money, he clasped the vendor’s hand. The tea seller felt an electric tingling course through his body and immediately sensed that his penis had shrunk to a size smaller than that of a baby’s. His yells quickly drew a crowd. Somehow in the fray a second man fell victim as well.

More @ AlterNet

Pro-Life Grandma Violently Attacked at Planned Parenthood

Colion Noir Goes After Obama for NRA News

Colorado sheriff says new state gun laws won't be enforced


Weld County Sheriff John Cooke won’t enforce new state gun measures expected to be signed into law by Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, arguing the proposed firearms restrictions give a "false sense of security."

Lawmakers in Colorado on Friday approved a landmark expansion of background checks on firearm purchases. Earlier in the week, Colorado lawmakers approved a 15-round limit on ammunition magazines.

Both measures are awaiting the expected approval of the governor.

Cooke told that Democrats in the state legislature are uninformed and scrambling in response to the Aurora movie theater shooting and other recent tragedies.

"They’re feel-good, knee-jerk reactions that are unenforceable," he told the news outlet.

The bill passed Friday expands cases when a $10 criminal background check would be required to legally transfer a gun. Republicans have opposed the bill, calling it an undue burden on law-abiding gun owners.

Cooke said the proposed firearms transfer requirement would not keep guns out of the hands of criminals, according to the report.

The sheriff told the news outlet that he and other county sheriffs "won’t bother enforcing" the laws because it won't be possible to keep track of how gun owners are complying with the new requirements.

Cooke is joined in his opposition to the proposals by El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa, who told an angry packed crowd at a meeting on Thursday in Colorado Springs he would stand firm against the bills.

"I can’t tell you when those were sold, bought and purchased. As far as I’m concerned, they were all pre-July 1 if the governor does sign this bill," he said.

More @ Fox

DHS Insider update: It has begun

 Via Billy

 Government Bank Grab

 Much like my high-level source within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security outlined in a series of interviews beginning last year, the orchestrated collapse of the U.S. dollar and the entire world’s economic system has begun.

The first shots in a global economic take-over were fired in Cyprus as my esteemed colleague and founding editor of Canada Free Press, Judi McLeod laid out in frank detail in her column yesterday and her follow up today. Please read it and heed her advice, or suffer the consequences of your own normalcy bias that such an event will not happen in the United States, Canada, or from wherever you might be reading this. It will, and the plan appears to be on schedule for a shot across the bow later this spring here in the West, with a more aggressive take-over starting sometime this fall, according to my source.

The Plan

So called "logic" of gun bans.


To make the "logic" of gun bans a little more obvious, I'd like to use the analogy of cars as more familiar to everyone. Imagine a situation in which some tiny number of vehicles are used for criminal purposes, such as transporting drugs, kidnapping and drive-by shootings. By the logic currently applied to guns, the hypothetical car-banners can try several approaches:
  • Ban everyone from using the same kind of cars as used by the majority of criminals. If the most popular "crime car" is a Ford Escort, ban those. Or all compact sedans. As everyone, including criminals, switches to other types, ban the most popular of those.
  • Ban the most high-performance vehicles (or those with largest number of seats, greatest cargo capacity or some other useful feature) on the theory that they are most suitable for criminal use and evading police. Next year, ban the next to the most high performing types and so on.
  • Prohibit ownership to specific people, defining the "specific" people broadly enough to include everyone besides specifically exempted politicians and their, so called "public", servants.
  • More @ Oleg Volk 

Three typical reactions to survival scenarios


Dealing with everyday problems when SHTF meant that you have to face whole new set of situations, from how to „take shower“ with few liters of water to how to use pure violence when violence was not part of your life before.

As I mentioned many times people used to find all kind of solutions for that problems, actually some people found solutions, those who did not disappeared.

People mostly learned „on the job (of surviving)“ how to deal with that problems, instead of promotion or fancy certificate they got more time on this planet.

In reality lot of survivors did not solve all problems, some of the things and problems were „pushed under the carpet“. People have different ways to deal with situations.

When you wake up one morning in world where everything that you took for granted stopped to exist, just that can blow your mind almost like bullet in head, so people reacted in different ways. Here are most common reactions of people, divided in three groups.


1. King of the playground

  More @ SHTF School

NC FIRE: Action Alert



Why has the NC House not done anything to prevent illegal aliens, with deferred action from Obama, from getting driving privileges?

NO illegal aliens should have driving privileges or access to other public benefits, including enrolling at our colleges and universities or related taxpayer subsidies.  All applicants for public benefits, including driver’s licenses, should be checked for eligibility through the federal SAVE system

Our earlier E-Verify law (H.36 to protect jobs for citizens) misses the vast majority of employers from the requirement to use it.  We need to expand the E-Verify requirement to all employers.  We have 9% unemployment in our state and our unemployed citizens are hurting and need jobs.

Please get this done immediately.  And remember, no benefits and no driving privileges for any illegal aliens.

Email Governor McCrory:
Go to this link and locate your NC House member:   (type in your street address with city and state and zip code, then follow directions to find your NC House member)

James Johnson
North Carolinians For Immigration Reform and Enforcement


Mapleton, UT – March 18, 2013 –, a mobile phone app company, today announced the release of its new mobile phone app, GunFreeZone.  The app will identify the nearest 20 commercial locations, including businesses, churches and schools, as either firearm friendly or gun free. 

In some states, a gun free zone sign on the front door of a business has the effect of law.  The GunFreeZone app can clearly identify these gun free zones on a map to alert people with concealed weapons, helping avoid those locations to shop elsewhere and avoid an unintentional offense.   At the same time, people concerned about the proliferation of guns in society can easily identify gun free zones where they might feel safer.

By identifying commercial locations that share their views, users can advance their opinions by shopping at and otherwise supporting those locations.  This helps users vote with their wallets.

 “Guns are a hot topic and emotions run deep,” said Karl Hale, the app developer and founder.  “Activists on both sides of the firearms debate want a way to share their opinions and make their voices heard.”

“We realized that people wanted to know where gun free zones are so that they could either avoid or support those locations and there wasn’t an easy way to get that information,” says John Peden, another founder of GunFreeZone.  “We just released the app and already over 3000 people from every state in the US have downloaded the app and have marked almost 10,000 locations so far.  At this rate, we expect every commercial location in the country to be marked in short order, allowing people to stay compliant with their state’s gun laws and also effectively support or boycott businesses according to which side of the gun coin they are on.”

When a user opens the GunFreeZone app, the phone utilizes GPS to find its location and the nearest 20 stores.  Touching a store’s name brings up the page where users can select to mark the store as either a gun free zone or firearm friendly.  The app tracks how many people have marked the location as either firearm friendly or a gun free zone.  That information is shared with every other user of the app. 

GunFreeZone is not pushing a political agenda nor does it tell users what to do; it simply gathers and shares information. 

 John Peden
801-372-5997 (cell)
Twitter: @PedenJohn or
Facebook: John.Peden2 or GunFreeZoneApp