I believe the federal “war on terror” and “war on drugs” is mostly a cover for power-hungry, big-government zealots to trample constitutional government and squash freedoms and liberties, which are supposed to be protected by the Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence.
I fully support the current State sovereignty movements that are sweeping the country. I also support the current effort underway in State legislatures to take back federal lands. I abhor the military tactics recently used by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in Nevada. I supported the citizen militia that amassed in Bunkerville. In fact, I joined them there.
Here is the video of the message and prayer service I conducted for the citizen militia at Bunkerville:
BLM is not a law enforcement agency. There is no excuse for any federal bureaucracy to use Stormtrooper tactics to terrorize and jeopardize the lives of American citizens. (In truth, these federal bureaucracies such as the BLM, the federal Department of Education, the USPS, the National Weather Service, NOAA, etc., have no legitimate reason to be armed in the first place.) There must never again be another Waco or Ruby Ridge in this country. NEVER AGAIN! And that is exactly what the brave men and women who gathered at Bunkerville, Nevada may have prevented.
I am opposed to Agenda 21, the way America’s colleges and universities use strong-arm tactics to banish Christian thought and expression of faculty members and students, and the government’s violent use of drones in foreign countries. I also oppose the domestic use of drones for surveillance purposes.
I believe the doctrine of the Rapture is being used by too many pastors and Christians as an excuse to not resist the many attacks against our liberties. I further believe that too many pastors and churches have become too passive and too politically correct.
I am a life-member of Gun Owners of America (GOA); I am the National Chaplain for Oath Keepers; and I guess one could say that, since I am the pastor, I am a member of Liberty Fellowship in Kalispell, Montana–although we do not actually have a membership roll.
If I have any hobbies, they would be hunting and hiking. Although, I really do not regard hunting as a hobby as it supplies all of the red meat that my wife and I eat all year long. But since moving to Montana, I love to hike these beautiful mountains. The problem is I am a workaholic and rarely take time off.
Well, there it is. That is me in a nutshell. At least now you know more about who I am. You can rest assured that everything I write will be faithful to the beliefs mentioned above.
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