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“We used to be a free people” ~

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: freedom

Liberty Quotes

“We used to be a free people. Now we are hedged in by millions of laws. Harassed by a plague of opportunistic lawyers. Harmed by regulations meant for our protection. Unnecessarily taxed to pay for a suffocating bureaucracy. Drowning in petty paperwork. Stifled by “rights” that rarely benefit anyone.”
— Joan Beck
Source: Houston Chronicle, February 6, 1995


“It was self-serving politicians who convinced recent generations of Americans that we could all stand in a circle with our hands in each other’s pockets and somehow get rich.”
— Paul Harvey
[Paul Harvey Aurandt] (1918-2009) American radio broadcaster
Source: The Biggest Tax You Pay, Conservative Chronicle, November 8, 1995


“Today, of course, the redistributive powers of Congress are everywhere — except in the Constitution. The result is the feeding frenzy that is modern Washington, the Hobbesian war of all against all as each tries to get his share and more of the common pot the tax system fills. … It is unseemly and wrong. More than that, it is unconstitutional, whatever the slim and cowed majority on the New Deal Court may have said.”
– Roger Pilon
Vice President for Legal Affairs for the Cato Institute
Source: Restoring Constitutional Government, Cato’s Letter #9, P. 10, Published By The Cato Institute (1995)


“Freedom can exist only in the society of knowledge.
Without learning, men are incapable of knowing their rights.”
— Dr. Benjamin Rush
(1745-1813) signed the Declaration of Independence


“Liberty is the possibility of doubting,
the possibility of making a mistake,
the possibility of searching and experimenting,
the possibility of saying “No” to any authority —
literary, artistic, philosophic, religious, social and even political.”
— Ignazio Silone
Source: The God That Failed, 1950


Milton Friedman – Government Regulation

“The Role of Government in a Free Society.” 1979


What One Gives, The Other Takes Away ~

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: Politics, Veterans

They give…

Sen. Webb co-sponsors bipartisan bill to give veterans overdue cost-of-living adjustment

Washington, D.C. – Senator Jim Webb (D-VA), a member of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, has joined Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) to introduce legislation to increase veterans’ compensation through a Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA). The COLA increase would affect several important benefits, including veterans’ disability compensation, and it is projected that over 3.5 million veterans and survivors would be affected in Fiscal Year 2012.

“For the past two years, the cost of basic necessities has risen, but veterans’ benefits have not kept pace said Senator Webb. “It is fair and appropriate to give our veterans compensation that reflects today’s cost of living.”


Looks like the Dems are trying to curry Vets’ favors ~ again.  That is, In between bashing them as murderers and terrorizers of women and children.  (Vote For ME! Vote for ME!)


After bin Laden victory, lawmakers seek to increase special ops funding

Commandos may be asked to shift focus to counterterrorism

By Defense Systems Staff
May 05, 2011

Special Operations Forces, the commandos who hunted down and killed Osama bin Laden, would have a stronger role in fighting terrorism under a House bill being considered this week.


Ya think?!

Sigh.  Well, I guess better late than never….though who knows what will be pulled next year.


Lawmakers ask DoD to expand homeowner help

By Rick Maze – Staff writer
Posted : Friday May 6, 2011 11:57:23 EDT

A House subcommittee wants the Defense Department to look harder for ways to help military and civilian personnel who face financial ruin because base closures resulted in a sharp decline in the value of their homes.

The House Armed Services Committee’s readiness panel says in its report accompanying the 2012 defense authorization bill that the Homeowners Assistance Program, designed to help military homeowners, is $400 million short of covering people who now qualify for help, and also doesn’t cover everyone who is suffering.


Trying to throw more of our money at a problem they caused. If the Congress would just stop meddling in our affairs, they wouldn’t need to keep “fixing” things.


And they take away…

McKeon plan calls for small Tricare fee hikes

By Rick Maze – Staff writer
Posted : Friday May 6, 2011 16:36:52 EDT

The 2012 defense budget drafted by the House Armed Services Committee chairman allows Tricare Prime fee increases, just like the Defense Department has asked, but caps long-term adjustment to the annual increase in retired pay.



SCV-area vets have resources, local support

J.D. Kennedy

I want to take a moment to respond to the April 20 letter to the editor, “Troops deserve more community support.”

I serve as military and veteran Affairs field representative for Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon, R-Santa Clarita.
The Santa Clarita Valley is home to several veteran and military organizations that offer assistance to veterans and families of our active troops, and McKeon’s office works closely with all of them.


The letter to the editor referenced an initiative sponsored by first lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden that focuses on employment, education and wellness of military men and women and their families. It also urges citizens to find a way to volunteer to help improve the lives of our military men and women.
As you can see, the above-mentioned organizations have already addressed these issues in our community, therefore McKeon’s office works with these organizations on the same goals as the initiative put forth by the first lady.

Read it all here.

There are some good links included and I like his comment about organizations and communities already doing what the FOTUS lectured us all on in her new “I care” program, “Joining Forces”, but again, what one hand gives, the other can take away ~ and usually does.

~ And finally!

From the VFW alerts:

Caregiver Applications Begin Monday: The VA this week published their Interim Final Rule for implementing the family caregiver program, which mirrors the intent of the legislation Congress passed as part of the Veterans Omnibus Health Services Act of 2010. Beginning Monday, May 9, veterans can download a copy of the program application to designate a primary family caregiver or secondary family caregiver, as needed. The caregiver would be eligible for a living stipend, mental health services, and access to health insurance, among other services. For more information, go to the Family Caregiver Program of the Caregivers press release here.

It’s only taken the VA a year to get their collective shite together.  Nothing new there.


A look at Defense Spending:

Defending Defense: Setting the Record Straight on U.S. Military Spending Requirements

Abstract: President Barack Obama’s defense budget request perpetuates a long-standing pattern of underfunding defense needs. Defense spending is already near historic lows, and the Administration’s budget would reduce it to levels unprecedented during wartime. Furthermore, Congress appears poised to repeat the past mistake of promptly disarming after major combat operations subside. Instead, Congress should maintain current levels of defense spending to allow the military to reset and recapitalize. Congress needs to control entitlement growth, domestic spending, and public debt, which are beginning to threaten national security. Congress also needs to reform military compensation to ease strains within the defense budget.

Read it all here.

The media will never report the truth about Defense spending, this Administration, our Military or  either political party.

It’s up to us to ferret out the facts.


Dedicated To Those Who Really Are “Gutsy” ~

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: Supporting the troops

Not the one at  (No. The link is correct.Try it. Type ‘’ in your address bar and see where it takes you.  Pathetic.  There is just no limit to their delusional and shameless operations.)


Thank you ~


A 4-Legged Hero You’ll Never Know ~

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: mwd

A most special member of the JSOC Team who went in to help take out Osama Bin Laden has a tail as well as “dog tags”.    We probably won’t ever know his or her name but we owe this Hero a Big Thank You ~ and maybe a dog biscuit or better yet ~ steak, rare.

War News Updates has a post up with links to articles about our little known furry Warriors:

A Recognition To Our Four Legged Warriors

Go to the link below to see an amazing photo gallery of War Dogs by Rebecca Frankel of Foreign Policy:

War Dogs

(The last photo is my favorite.  And yes, that would be the Mil-Mom in me.)


New Destroyer Honors Lt. Michael P. Murphy ~

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: Uncategorized

I love this!! A Guided-Missile Destoyer!  Hell yeah!

Damn appropriate.

Navy to Christen Guided Missile Destroyer Michael Murphy

The Navy will christen the newest guided-missile destroyer, Michael Murphy, Saturday, May 7, 2011, during a 10 a.m. EDT ceremony at General Dynamics Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine. The new destroyer honors Navy SEAL (Sea, Air, Land) Lt. Michael P. Murphy who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions during Operation Red Wings in Afghanistan June 28, 2005.

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead will deliver the ceremony’s principal address. Maureen Murphy will serve as sponsor of the ship named for her late son. In accordance with Navy tradition, she will break a bottle of champagne across the ship’s bow to formally christen the ship.

Murphy led a four-man team tasked with finding a key Taliban leader in the mountainous terrain near Asadabad, Afghanistan, when they came under fire from a much larger enemy force with superior tactical position. Mortally wounded while exposing himself to enemy fire, Murphy knowingly left his position of cover to get a clear signal in order to communicate with his headquarters. While being shot at repeatedly, Murphy calmly provided his unit’s location and requested immediate support for his element. He returned to his cover position to continue the fight until finally succumbing to his wounds.

Designated DDG 112, Michael Murphy, the 62nd Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, will be able to conduct a variety of operations, from peacetime presence and crisis management to sea control and power projection. Michael Murphy will be capable of fighting air, surface and subsurface battles simultaneously and will contain a myriad of offensive and defensive weapons designed to support maritime warfare in keeping with “A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower.”

Cmdr. Thomas E. Shultz, a native of El Cajon, Calif., is the prospective commanding officer of the ship and will lead the crew of 279 officers and enlisted personnel. The 9,200-ton Michael Murphy is being built by General Dynamics Bath Iron Works. The ship is 509 feet in length, has a waterline beam of 59 feet, and a navigational draft of 31 feet. Four gas turbine engines will power the ship to speeds in excess of 30 knots.

Media may direct queries to the Navy Office of Information at 703-697-5342. Additional information on Arleigh Burke class destroyers is available online at .

One of our best ~


Moral Equivalency and Smallness Of Person ~

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: 9/11

Barack Obama Speaks On The Death Of Osama bin Laden

Osama bin Laden understands that he cannot defeat or even incapacitate the United States in a conventional war. What he and his allies can do is inflict enough pain to provoke a reaction of the sort we’ve seen in Iraq–a botched and ill-advised U.S. military incursion into a Muslim country, which in turn spurs on insurgencies based on religious sentiment and nationalist pride, which in turn necessitates a lengthy and difficult U.S. occupation, which in turn leads to an escalating death toll on the part of U.S. troops and the local civilian population. All of this fans anti-American sentiment among Muslims, increases the pool of potential terrorist recruits, and prompts the American public to question not only the war but also those policies that project us into the Islamic world in the first place. That’s the plan for winning a war from a cave, and so far, at least, we are playing to script.

BARACK OBAMA, The Audacity of Hope


When we send our young men and women into harm’s way, we have a solemn obligation not to fudge the numbers or shade the truth about why they’re going, to care for their families while they’re gone, to tend to the soldiers upon their return, and to never ever go to war without enough troops to win the war, secure the peace, and earn the respect of the world.

BARACK OBAMA, speech at 2004 Democratic Convention


To overcome extremism, we must also be vigilant in upholding the values our troops defend – because there is no force in the world more powerful than the example of America. That is why I have ordered the closing of the detention center at Guantanamo Bay, and will seek swift and certain justice for captured terrorists – because living our values doesn’t make us weaker, it makes us safer and it makes us stronger.

BARACK OBAMA, Address to Joint Session of Congress, Feb. 24, 2009


I know some have argued that brutal methods like water-boarding were necessary to keep us safe. I could not disagree more. As Commander-in-Chief, I see the intelligence, I bear responsibility for keeping this country safe, and I reject the assertion that these are the most effective means of interrogation. What’s more, they undermine the rule of law. They alienate us in the world. They serve as a recruitment tool for terrorists, and increase the will of our enemies to fight us, while decreasing the will of others to work with America. They risk the lives of our troops by making it less likely that others will surrender to them in battle, and more likely that Americans will be mistreated if they are captured. In short, they did not advance our war and counter-terrorism efforts – they undermined them, and that is why I ended them once and for all.

BARACK OBAMA, speech, May 21, 2009


We must never alter or forget our principles. 9/11 was an enormous trauma to our country. The fear and anger that it provoked was understandable. But in some cases, it led us to act contrary to our traditions and our ideals.

BARACK OBAMA, speech, Jun. 4, 2009


Tonight, I can report to the American people and to the world that the United States has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of al Qaeda, and a terrorist who’s responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men, women, and children. It was nearly 10 years ago that a bright September day was darkened by the worst attack on the American people in our history. The images of 9/11 are seared into our national memory — hijacked planes cutting through a cloudless September sky; the Twin Towers collapsing to the ground; black smoke billowing up from the Pentagon; the wreckage of Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where the actions of heroic citizens saved even more heartbreak and destruction. And yet we know that the worst images are those that were unseen to the world. The empty seat at the dinner table. Children who were forced to grow up without their mother or their father. Parents who would never know the feeling of their child’s embrace. Nearly 3,000 citizens taken from us, leaving a gaping hole in our hearts…. For over two decades, bin Laden has been al Qaeda’s leader and symbol, and has continued to plot attacks against our country and our friends and allies. The death of bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date in our nation’s effort to defeat al Qaeda. Yet his death does not mark the end of our effort. There’s no doubt that al Qaeda will continue to pursue attacks against us. We must — and we will — remain vigilant at home and abroad. As we do, we must also reaffirm that the United States is not — and never will be — at war with Islam. I’ve made clear, just as President Bush did shortly after 9/11, that our war is not against Islam. Bin Laden was not a Muslim leader; he was a mass murderer of Muslims. Indeed, al Qaeda has slaughtered scores of Muslims in many countries, including our own. So his demise should be welcomed by all who believe in peace and human dignity…. Americans understand the costs of war. Yet as a country, we will never tolerate our security being threatened, nor stand idly by when our people have been killed. We will be relentless in defense of our citizens and our friends and allies. We will be true to the values that make us who we are. And on nights like this one, we can say to those families who have lost loved ones to al Qaeda’s terror: Justice has been done.

BARACK OBAMA, remarks on the death of Osama Bin Laden, May 1, 2011


What do Afghans think of Osama’s demise? AlJazeeraEnglish

Congressman West on Osama bin Laden and Pakistan


A wrap-up of the inconsistencies in the Osama bin Laden narrative

In the days following the death of Osama bin Laden, the White House’s narrative on the basic facts of the missions evolved and along with it, the news reports. Three days after President Obama confirmed that U.S. forces killed the al-Qaeda leader, there have been numerous accounts and inconsistencies. Below are some of the most glaring.

Read more.

What sets my hair on fire is the lack of magnanimity and presidential kudos that should have been given to our JSOC team and all the others that led to the capture of this murderous bastard.

If we had any kind of actual press in this country, this lack of presidential form would have been front page news and the talking heads would have shamed this un-American apologist and enemy appeaser  24/7. His handlers would have reconsidered his being at Ground Zero today.

Ah well, consider the sources…

And yes.  Waterboarding works.

By all things just,  he’ll have a lot to answer for eventually and not just in the history books.


Wednesday Hero ~

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: Wednesday Hero

Sgt. Jorge A. Diaz

Sgt. Jorge A. Diaz

U.S. Marines

Sgt. Jorge A. Diaz, a squad leader with Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, receives a Bronze Star Medal with Combat V from Lt. Gen. Kenneth J. Glueck, Jr., commanding general, III Marine Expeditionary Force, during Glueck’s visit to Marine Corps Base Hawaii with Sgt. Maj. Daniel J. Fierle, III MEF sergeant major, April 28, 2011. Diaz received the award for heroic achievement in connection with combat operations against the enemy during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, Sept. 17, 2010.

Photo Courtesy Of

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.

We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

This post is part of the Wednesday Hero Blogroll. For more information about Wednesday Hero, or if you would like to post it on your site, you can go here.

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The Kirkuk Wall ~

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: Iraq

There’s a special wall in Kirkuk that is 280 feet long and is covered with 4336 names ~ Names of our Fallen.  A Memorial to those who raised their right hand and took an oath.  Created with love and honor by Brothers-In-Arms.

The wall is in danger of being painted over as the bases close and our Troops leave Iraq.

Names erased and forgotten.

The North Carolina Rolling Thunder Chapters 7 and 4 have stepped up to try and save this Memorial by packing it up and bringing it to the US.

Go here for more information on their efforts to make this happen and see photos of the wall.

And please sign the petition too!


And Still There’s War ~

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: From The Front

Well, Osama feeding the fishies will be a media 24/7 loop for the rest of the week, I’m sure.  Last week, a Royal Wedding; this week a Royal Killing. I didn’t watch the cable news coverage of either.  My time is better spent reading the reports from people who either have boots on the ground or are connected to the boots on the ground.

And five minutes after the celebrations began, the political theater also began.  Such a surprise.

Will this mean a poll jump for Teh One?  (Very likely)  Will this mean a shoe-in for a second term? (God Forbid)  Will the Republicans lose all they have gained??  (Doubtful ~ it’s the economy, Stoopid!)

The reason for the left’s existence is only to win elections to gather more power over everyone.  This is the prism through which they live and breath, which is why it’s so difficult to have any kind of in depth or reasonable conversation with them on anything other than how to beat the right.

The question that comes first to my mind is how big is the Islamafascist backlash going to be and how many of our Troops will fall because of the turmoil ratcheting up in the Middle East with all that “democracy” stuff happening there?

Oh, and the conspiracy theorists are already theorizing.

Yet, there are still shots being fired and rockets set off in Afghanistan.  No, really.  I know that can be hard to believe if you just watch the mainstream media to get your news, but it’s true!  Sadly, even after the oh, so respectful Muslim-approved burial of OBL, (I thought these terrorists weren’t really Muslim, per say, as they only perverted the religion, so why the respectful Muslim-approved burial at sea?), everyone did not lay down their weapons and sing Kumbayah.  I know you are absolutely beside yourself in disbelief.

But, alas, it is not yet to be.

And…where are all the anti-war protesters?  I mean, their Messiah just ordered a KILL!  On a “Muslim”!!   Without consulting Code Pink!!

Where’s their righteous moral indignation?  Hello? Human Rights people??  Anyone there?


The same day that our exceptional Team 6 was accomplishing their mission of exterminating Osama and some of his vermin, a Fallen Angel was being rescued under heavy fire from the enemy.

Air Rescue Team Retrieves ‘Fallen Angel’

By Air Force Capt. Erick Saks
455th Air Expeditionary Wing

KAPISA PROVINCE, Afghanistan, May 2, 2011 – Airmen from Bagram Airfield’s 83rd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron performed a daring mountainside rescue here April 23 after an Army helicopter crashed in a hostile valley.

The airmen, deployed from the 33rd Rescue Squadron at Kadena Air Base, Japan, and the 212th Rescue Squadron at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, recovered an injured pilot and a fallen hero while often coming under heavy fire.

The mission began before daybreak, when the squadron’s tactical operations center received a report of a “fallen angel” — the term that signifies a downed aircraft. Within 10 minutes, the Pedros of the 83rd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron had two HH-60 helicopters airborne and en route to the site where a coalition helicopter reportedly was down.


Kline and Cenna spent about five and a half hours in the valley, dodging bullets and the explosion of the aircraft. And while he didn’t know whether he would make it out of the area alive, Kline said, he knew that he never would have left without the downed pilot.

“We were going to do everything in our power to get him back,” he said. “If I had to clip in and hold him, I would have. There was no way he wasn’t coming back.”

Before leaving to have his injuries treated at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, Davis expressed his pride in his squadron’s actions.

“We did what we do,” he said. “We’ve got a motto for a reason: ‘These things we do that others may live.'”

Read it all here.

(h/t One Marine’s View)

And this:

Forces Kill Insurgents in Baghlan Province

Compiled from International Security Assistance Force Joint Command News Releases

WASHINGTON, May 2, 2011 – A combined force killed numerous armed fighters in a gun battle yesterday in the Doshi district of Afghanistan’s Baghlan province, military officials reported.

Security forces were searching for a Taliban leader and bomb expert who reportedly commands 30 insurgent fighters.

The troops came under fire at what intelligence reports indicated was the leader’s compound, but were able to repel the attackers with small-arms fire, officials said.

In other operations yesterday throughout Afghanistan:

– Afghan and coalition forces killed an armed combatant and detained two suspected insurgents while searching for a senior Taliban leader in Badghis province’s Murghab district.

– In Helmand province’s Now Zad district, troops captured numerous suspected insurgents, including a Taliban weapons trafficker.

– Security forces detained several suspected insurgents in Ghazni province’s Gelan district in an operation to disrupt Taliban safe havens. A Taliban leader responsible for several bombing cells is connected to the area’s safe havens.

– Forces detained a suspected insurgent while searching for a Haqqani terrorist network weapons smuggler in Khost province’s Khost district.

– In Logar province’s Pul-e Alam district, forces detained a suspected Taliban leader allegedly responsible for planting roadside bombs and for launching indirect-fire attacks on security forces.

– Combined forces found several weapons and drug stockpiles throughout Afghanistan. Operations resulted in seizure of 600 assault rifle rounds, 441 pounds of dry opium, 330 pounds of morphine, 30 pounds of black tar heroin and 18 quarts of liquid opium.

In operations April 30:

– Security forces killed several enemy fighters and detained two suspected insurgents after their outpost in Paktika province’s Giyan district was attacked.

– Forces killed an insurgent leader responsible for kidnappings and weapons trafficking after he attempted to evade security forces in Helmand province’s Nad-e Ali district.

– Afghan and coalition forces captured three suspected Taliban, including a Taliban leader and recent Sarpoza prison escapee in Kandahar province’s Zharay district. The leader is responsible for directing bombings and other attacks on security forces.

– Combined operations resulted in seizure of 1,100 pounds of ammonium nitrate — a banned fertilizer used in explosive devices –- as well as 900 assault rifle rounds, 535 pounds of dry opium, 300 rockets, 225 blasting caps, 125 land mines, 100 mortar rounds and 15 anti-tank mines.

In operations April 29:

– Security forces detained several suspected insurgents while searching for a Haqqani terrorist network leader in Khost province’s Sabari district.

– Combined forces captured several suspected insurgents in Faryab province’s Shirin Tagab district while searching for a Taliban safe haven used to plan bombing attacks in the area.

– Afghan and coalition forces in Wardak province’s Sayyidabad district captured two suspected insurgents, including a Taliban fighter who reportedly has participated in several attacks on security forces.

– Forces in Logar province’s Baraki Barak district detained a Taliban financier and weapons supplier.

– In Ghazni province’s Khwajah Omari district, troops captured a Taliban weapons trafficker.

– Security forces found several weapons and drug caches throughout the country, which included 900 pounds of dry opium, 110 pounds of marijuana, 58 electrical detonators, detonation cord and assorted bomb-making materials.

Yep, been pretty busy there in the ‘Stan.  And then there’s Iraq and Libya….

Not much of a thank you given to President Bush and his people for all the groundwork they laid for Obama to be even be able to order that kill.

But that doesn’t stop Obama for taking all the credit, yet again.

Me, My, I…


Warrior Spirit Band’s Paul Delacerda – Tonight on Support Our Troops

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: Blog Talk Radio, Uncategorized

Perfect day for this interview!

Tonight, we have a very special guest! Join us as we speak with Paul Delacerda, founder and drummer of the band Warrior Spirit.

“The ultimate mission of the Warrior Spirit band is to empower wounded warriors through music.

According to recent VA estimates, approximately 6,400 veterans take their own lives each year. A growing number of these veterans are those that served in either Iraq or Afghanistan. The Warrior Spirit Band wants to help reduce those numbers by using music as a positive tool for veteran transition and support. Studies have also shown that music can have a positive effect on various mental conditions, including PTSD.”

Warrior Spirit Band Represented by GI Jams Records

Each member has deployed and served in combat in Iraq or Afghanistan and sometimes both.

Wounded Warrior Finds Healing in Music

Band Members:
Paul Delacerda, drums
Levon Ingram, guitar/vocals
Robert Ferguson, vocals

Our Music

Warrior Spirit’s Music is very unique and tells a story with every song. Each member of the band contributes his/her style of music to the set. One of us likes rock and blues the other a more country cross over. The idea is to not only to cater to any age group but to cross social barriers. We strive to get our message across on any level and through all genres of music.
The title of our first album is (FREEDOM FOR BLOOD “PAID IN FULL”) It lets everyone know the price that was paid for the very freedom they have every day. As graphic as the new album cover is, it brings the message home…we shall never forget.

Contact :
SSG (ret) Paul Delacerda
Warrior Spirit Music Inc.
[email protected]
Ph: 910-977-3734


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