13 thoughts on “The Word From the Trenches – March 20, 2018

  1. 55 now, 60, hi (NICE!), 42 lo. Sh#t-ton of rain for the next 3 days, snow predicted for Sat. Boo-hiss.

    Gotta shorten those mid-morning smoke breaks.

    Unfortunately, the escalation in the insanity lately seems to be requiring more tranquilizer. 🙁

  2. Henry, today you said…

    “You know, nobody believes in our Bill of Rights like the people here in The Trenches. And you know I believe in it! And man, I would love to go travel and see people and push the issue, push what this country’s supposed to be for…”

    Then you went on to note the reality of the expense of such a venture, yet I did, in fact, have a vision of you doing such a trek, something like a traveling road show, grounded in dignity, and with Trenchers in every state joining in along the way to lend support. The vision held hope that some supporter of The Bill of Rights who is also a philanthropist might come forth with full funding.

    Well, just wanted to share my vision. Who knows, it just may come to be.



    1. A lot of fun, but not cost-effective, and possibly less convincing than CDs and DVDs.

      You could make or buy thousands of DVDs with that money that would circulate for years, deliver a lot more information, and be copied endlessly.

      1. spot on JR…..wish more would request copies of Henry’s CD ‘Bill of Rights/Common Law Explained’ to hand out

        1. That’s a great disc. I have a few people I want to give copies to, but it will go right over the head of a lot of people.

          We’re all on different points of the learning curve. You have to already have eaten a good chunk of the red pill before you’re ready for Henry’s explanation of the Bill of Rights.

          Most people have no clue what common law courts are, personal sovereignty, etc. It’s a leap for anyone who’s just been peeled away from the TV.

          1. I think Henry would be able to gauge the level of the listeners and tailor his delivery to reach them. That is a mark of a good speaker with a cause.

            As for “cost effective.” We’ll have to leave that to the philanthropist.

            Ah, c’mon, let me fantasize.


      2. I know, the practicality. But there’s nothing like face-to-face, and likely a platform for Q and A, and since Henry said he’d love to do it, I thought it would serve a dual purpose of spreading the info and giving to Henry, as well. But I’ve been know to be a dreamer. Once in a while I see a dream come true.



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