“I Swear – – -“

Germany - 1959Fifty seven years ago, June 10, 1957, I entered the service of the United States Army, for a three year enlistment. The FIRST thing that was required of me was to swear allegiance to the United States. “I do solemnly swear to support and to defend the Constitution of the United States . . .”.

I took that commitment seriously, including up to sacrificing my own life. Fortunately, during that time frame, I was not subjected to any combative action.

My enlistment ended three years later, BUT my commitment to defend the Constitution did not end – it is still a valid, viable aspect of my life. Many people have died in this effort including a number of my own comrades in the military.

Now, almost six decades later, about the only thing I can do is to use this WEB site in any way I can to “protect” the Constitution. We have many people, domestic and foreign, including some serving in our own government, who would bring harm to our Nation, especially to those committed to defend it.

So, if you see “revelations” shown here, it is only my way of exposing these planned or executed attempts against our peaceful way of living.

Long May She Wave!

God – – – Bless America!



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