Recent Events


2016  4th. of July Picnic
Central Park San Mateo 


Former Director Glenn Gelineau read the following patriotic message.


Patriots you are among the few

At the dawn of American Liberty only three percent of Americans were willing to join the ranks of Patriots fighting for Liberty.

The burden was undertaken by a few on behalf of many.

As Founding Patriot Samuel Adams noted, “It does not take a majority to prevail … but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men.” That describes you!

Because you are reading this message, I know you are among the few who understand Freedom is not Free, and Liberty must be supported and defended at all cost.

These have been some tough years for Liberty, and there are tough years ahead.  But in 1777, ahead of the the devastating winter at Valley Forge – during the darkest days of the American Revolution, when it was seemed all was lost – George Washington remained resolute:

“We should never despair, our situation before has been unpromising and has changed for the better, so I trust, it will again.  If new difficulties arise, we must only put forth new Exertions and proportion our Effort to the exigency of the times.”

Those inspirational words are timeless, and they reflect the extraordinary character of our nation’s greatest leaders, from Washington to Reagan, and the generations of Patriot citizens and solders between. That character is manifest in the determination that, no matter how dire our current circumstances may be, our devotion to Liberty Will ensure a brighter future.


We had a sunny nice day and a good turnout for our annual picnic.  Lots of good food and patriotic conversations and fellowship was enjoyed.  Many thanks to Glenn and Karen Gelineau, George Robinson, John Oehlert Tom Weissmiller and others who planned, setup and ran our enjoyable picnic.



Guest Speaker Fred Kelly Grant  
Jan. 21, 2016

January 21, 2016 Guest Speaker Fred Kelly Grant 

 

On January 21, 2016 we were fortunate to have Fred Kelly Grant as our guest speaker. Fred heads the Fred Kelly Grant LTD consulting corporation and is the driving force behind the www.standandfightclub.com website.

Thursday evening Fred reviewed his efforts to stem the abuse our federal government regulations impose on the property rights of Americans.  Using the “coordination requirement” in current law that requires the federal government to coordinate their regulations with local governments.  This little known law requires the federal government to:

  1..  Give local governments advance information of regulations that they are seeking.

2.       2. Work with the local government effected to determine what they would like to see done to accomplish the objective of the regulation.

3.      3To assist in resolving inconsistencies between the federal and local government plans.

4.    4.Provide for public involvement in the development of plans and regulations.

5.    5. Give early notice to local government of proposed decisions.

The reality is that most federal regulations have been top down driven and little local government or public involvement has occurred.  Fred has filed many law suits to stop enforcement of regulations that have not included real “coordination” in their implementation process with substantial success. 

 If you wish to donate to make a donation to support his efforts you can do so at www.standandfightclub.com







Remembering San Mateo County Fallen Resident's April 10,2015

MyLiberty organized a memorial event at Golden Gate National Cemetery where a traveling half size replica of the Vietnam Memorial was on display.  Community representatives read all 111 names of the San Mateo Country residents enshrined on the Vietnam Memorial wall.  Here Greg Conlon of Atherton remembers the Atherton residents and Karen Gelineau has a rose for each of city's fallen.  Tom Weissmiller, the event organizer is at the right.


Linda Patterson reads San Mateo names including her brother Joe Artavia.   Linda was the person who inspired San Mateo to adopt the 101st Airborne Division.  Standing next to her is her husband First Lieutenant Steve Patterson who was Joe Artavia's platoon leader.