Mission Statement

MamaLiberty in Wyoming

The years go by, and in many ways the hope of liberty and justice seem ever more distant… The police state continues to grow while the economy fails, and many more folks are at least thinking about the direction we’re going and the methods being used to drag us into increasing slavery.

You can be merely an observer, or pick up a sword and enter the battle. The choice is yours.

The price of liberty is far more than simple vigilance. The cost includes the difficulty of true self ownership and the integrity to accept complete personal responsibility for our lives, safety, property and welfare. The price that so many find hardest to pay, however, is the integrity to leave everyone else alone to do the same.

We cannot change human nature, and we cannot legislate/force others to be honest, thrifty, safe or intelligent. They must do it on their own or bear the consequences, and nobody can legitimately do anything about it except to be a good neighbor (example) and defend themselves from aggression.

The purpose of this web site is to define the terms, discuss the application of those terms to our quest for liberty, and to explore the ways in which we may achieve liberty in our own lives with a legacy of justice for our children.

We will not publish articles or allow comments that call for the initiation of force, government intervention of any kind, or make personal attacks on our fellow citizens.

There has been some comment from readers about articles that are not complimentary to certain politicians. They point to our policy of no “personal attacks”. What they fail to understand is that when a person becomes a politician and assumes a position of power, he is no longer able to claim that protection. His (or her) actions and character are very much relevant to our lives and property. Therefore, we must be able to criticize and communicate the things they do, and why they do them, so that we may be prepared and protect ourselves as much as possible.

None of them need to remain in the public eye or face unfavorable journalists. All they have to do is keep their word and honor their oath of office or resign and go home. It isn’t an “attack” to defend yourself against a mad dog. We can’t regain our liberty if we are “politically correct”.

9 Responses to Mission Statement

  1. fred says:

    I would like to buy a copy of your book on self defense. How do I accomplish this?
    Fred

  2. Adam says:

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  3. Mike Kowalski says:

    How do I sign up to get emails from you? Thank you, Mike Kowalski.

    • MamaLiberty says:

      I sure wish I knew how to set that up! I’ve asked the tech guy twice, but have not gotten an answer. (He works for me free and has a real job… so I don’t get fussy…) Time to ask again. Thanks for your comments.

  4. Robert says:

    I was wondering if you could point me in the direction of where you get all your information of carrying in SD. I recently moved back and have already obtained my CCW. As a former LEO, I believe in arming America. I want to carry as much as possible and have the exact laws to back me up when needed.
    Thanks and keep up the good work!

    Robert

    • MamaLiberty says:

      Thanks for your comments, Robert. Since understanding and following the laws are a personal responsibility, I can only point you to the official South Dakota source that I use. It is a downloadable pdf here: http://sdsos.gov/content/html/adminservices/adminpdfs/2012/2012%20SD%20Firearm%20Laws.pdf

      America is armed. The task, as I see it, is to help those so armed understand self ownership, self responsibility and non-aggression as the best way to live in peace – which I believe is the goal of all rational human beings. There will always be irrational and aggressive people, and they must be dealt with from a position of moral and ethical strength. The guns alone can’t begin to accomplish that, of course. It takes moral and ethical individuals, willing to use these excellent tools, to make it happen.

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