Patriots for America - West Virginia


Patriots for America - West Virginia

State of West Virginia

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Latest Activity: Apr 30, 2016

Ken McCauley is West Virginia State Coordinator

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West Virginia Rally's

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West Virginia-Time to get organized and make plans

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Comment by Stephanie Robinson on March 23, 2013 at 4:00pm

Please WV folks - Lets all get the word out what our legislators are doing.  They're working (as is Manchin, Rockefeller, Tomblin, and many others) with Obama.  We didn't vote for Obama.  Let's fight back - We all need to write the Legislators and let them know we'll boot them out of office come next election.  As a state we've got to work together or we'll all go down together.

Comment by Stephanie Robinson on March 23, 2013 at 3:57pm

 Dear Secretary of State Tennant:   

( ) Go to her page & send letter

 I'm writing because I read in the local paper on 3/20/13 where you "vow" to fight GOP efforts to alter ID requirements for voters.  You claim it will make it harder for some citizens to vote. 

 I emphatically disagree with your reasoning.  Quite the contrary - it allows for illegals and felons and the dead to vote over and over in our State.  The voting privilege is sacred.  The people you're worried about need photo IDs to get their SS, Food Stamps, a drivers license, a job and to purchase alcohol.

 If you were truly interested in an honest election, you would require photo ID in order to vote.  If you don't mind voter fraud, then you're doing the right thing!



 Dear Senators Palumbo and Snyder:

I've read, Senator Snyder, that you're "looking at the national level, to see what the federal government is going to do to make any changes in gun legislation."  Well if that doesn't beat all! 

WE know as well as you do just what the federal government wants to do about "Gun Control."  And, we don't care what they do because West Virginia is a sovereign State!  We can set the bar for our state without the federal government's blessings or permission.  You should know that.

The United States Constitution and West Virginia's Constitution gives citizens the right to bear arms!  That is the Law of the Land.  What Obama wants and issues in his Executive Orders is illegal, unconstitutional and pure folly.  It is not the law and West Virginians know that. 

This state is predominantly a "Gun Rights" state.  Voters all over the WV will know of you both holding up this bill.  And come 2014 and 2016 you will not like the outcome.

This, by the way, is not a threat.  It is fact.  It is a promise.  I promise, along with hundreds of other patriotic West Virginia citizens, to ensure that neither of you get reelected to the Senate if you "block" this bill from reaching the floor for a vote. 

We didn't vote for Obama here in WV - and we don't appreciate our Delegates and Senators following his orders and illegal edicts.

We are free and will not be treated as your subordinates.  You work for us - NOT the other way around.


Comment by Stephanie Robinson on March 21, 2013 at 12:08pm

March 21, 2013


 Delegate Lawrence

Jefferson County, WV



RE:  Your Role in Silencing Our Attorney General


Delegate Lawrence:


Last week you decided to have the Legislature determine the salaries of the attorneys working under our newly elected Attorney General, Patrick Morrisey.  For 80+ years the AG’s office has determined the salaries of the attorneys hired to work for them. 


The fact is that Attorney General Morrisey, a Republican, has recently hired a man of integrity and honor who is tops in his field of Constitutional Law and is leaving D.C. to come to West Virginia and work for our state.  But you, knowledgeable as you undoubtedly are - having never worked in the legal field, seem to know what the going rates are for attorneys.  So you dictate what they should be.  That’s telling!


Like Manchin, you are selling out West Virginians.  Seems you both, as well as many other liberals in our State, are working lock-step with the Administration in D.C. to prevent any challenge to Obama’s illegal and unconstitutional Executive Orders.


For instance, this whole Gun Control issue is unconstitutional and We the People of West Virginia will be obeying the Law of Our Land – our Constitution!


The presumptuous and controlling attitudes and legislation that comes out of Charleston, which dictate to us on how to live our lives, from forbidding farmers to sell “un-pasteurized” milk, to deciding what appliances we’re allowed to use in our own homes, to the confiscation of our 2nd Amendment rights is appalling.   Who are you to dictate to us?  Don’t you realize you work for us?


By the way, this high school behavior, sore-loser trick of taking away the 10 parking spaces from our new Attorney General is shameful.  They were available and assigned to our former AG, McGraw.   This is pure vitriol!  


My resolve is to make your bills and votes and presumptions known to every voter in your district. 





Stephanie Robinson

West Virginia Voter

Comment by Stephanie Robinson on March 17, 2013 at 5:41pm

Here's a site on Jury Nullification for you - I'm ordering literature from an organization called, "Fully Informed Jury Association" (FIJA) -- see below.  Found them on line. 

Contact FIJA

PO Box 5570
Helena, MT 59604-5570

Tel: 1-406-442-7800
Email: aji(at)

Free Jury Power Information Kit: 1-800-TEL-JURY

I've been to their website and got contact info and will call on Monday for a free Information Kit.  Not sure how we contact the potential jurors - should find out more though once the kit is received.

Just read of a case involving an Amish Farmer - Alvin Schlangen - charged with violating the state's restrictions on raw milk The Minnesota Dept. of Agriculture has illegally raided Alvin's van, warehouse, and farm resulting in the multiple charges that were decided upon in court - just recently.  He was "technically" guilty of breaking the laws in question, even though the laws are totally ridiculous and unjust.

He was acquitted by the jury! 

Luckily the jury was informed about the process of jury nullification, and their legal right to rule in favor of the accused for breaking unjust laws.  Minnesota has long had highly visible FIJA Activists volunteering their time and efforts to educate every potential juror in Minnesota about the right of the people to veto bad laws through the use of the Juror Veto (or as it's commonly called: Jury Nullification.

Comment by Stephanie Robinson on March 13, 2013 at 1:07pm

Looks like we have 30 members on our WV site.  It's growing - great.  I'm going to try to recruit others I'm in touch with to join us.  If we all do the same, we could triple or quadruple our membership here in our own state. 

I've been asked to contact you all to ask if anyone has a suggestion for a leader of the West Virginia Patriots for America?  Twana would like to hear from us. 

I'm off to try to recruit more members.  Stephanie

Comment by Stephanie Robinson on March 13, 2013 at 12:42pm

I did not have any luck with our WV delegates in offering Magpul a new home.  They said that it wasn't within their perview, but had sent a letter to the Maryland Gun Manufacturer,  but it was to "make a point". 

Comment by Will Smith on March 13, 2013 at 12:37am

Magpul is most likely leaving Co. Two states have offered to pay all their relocation expenses. I suspect they will go to Wyoming since it's close and they will still be able to use some of the plastics injection molding companies they use now.

Comment by Stephanie Robinson on March 3, 2013 at 11:12am
Date:  Sunday, March 3, 2013
To:  Larry  Faircloth,  Mike Folk, and Larry Kump:  (and all other Panhandle Legislators as well as over a dozen TeaParties, Retired Military, and other patriots, etc)

Do you think another invitation letter to a Gun Manufacturer in Colorado would be in order? 
The more we send out, the more likely one or more of these companies might relocate here.

Ladies and Gentlemen:

I've forwarded this message to all of our Panhandle Legislators, to all our Panhandle and beyond Tea Parties and retired Military, etc.  Anything we can do to improve the economy here in WV is needed to be done.  I believe the more we encourage gun manufacturers to move to our beautiful state the more jobs will be had - in the thousands. 

I know a couple of you may not be in favor of this but we have to think about the citizens, bringing jobs back to WV, and protecting our Constitution and 2nd Amendment Rights.  Law Abiding Citizens do not threaten society, gun confiscation does.

Below is the article on this Plant - owned and started by an ex-Marine in his basement in 1999.
 Stephanie Robinson
Blue Ridge Patriots Martinsburg, WV

Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2013 9:42 AM
Subject: From a State Police Troop Commander

Good afternoon Delegate Kump,
This is just a quick note to say thanks for your service in the West Virginia Legislature.

If you need anything from the Panhandle while you are away from home, please do not hesitate to call (feel free to share this invitation with all Panhandle representatives).

Also, thanks for your obvious strong support of our Constitution, more particularly our 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms. I believe this amendment allows us to protect and secure all other rights given to us by our Creator.

Furthermore, I know you have always supported West Virginia State Police issues, and I appreciate your solid efforts on our behalf concerning future matters that will allow the West Virginia State Police to continue our longstanding service to the citizens of this great State.

Hope all is well in Charleston.
Montani Semper Liberi!

Captain Rob Blair
Troop 2 Commander
West Virginia State Police
Kearneysville, West Virginia 25430

Comment by Stephanie Robinson on February 22, 2013 at 9:43am

Sent: Friday, February 22, 2013 10:23 AM

HB 2471 - the Democrats bill regarding confiscation of guns during an emergency declared by the Governor, will be up for debate on the floor of the house today.
Considering the bill makes no mention of prohibiting such confiscation during an emergency declared by the Federal Government, Delegate Householder introduced an amendment of such.
This amendment will be debated today and vote taken either for or against the bill.  When the bill passes, and it will pass the house, sit back and watch the show as the Democrats immediately jump to the media pulpit trying to show how they are Pro 2nd Amendments.  The real question is, will the Federal Government provision, submitted by Delegate Householder be included?
Tune in at 11:00 am today!  Link provided below.
Your Fellow Patriots
Comment by Stephanie Robinson on February 21, 2013 at 1:53pm

I sent this letter to my Berkeley County Sheriff -  Edited for this site's size requirements. Pls send your own letters -- with strength in numbers we have a better chance.

Sheriff Kenneth LeMaster:The County Sheriff:  Ultimate Check & Balance:


Purpose of teh CSPOA - Intro by Sheriff Richard Mack

Main Site for Constitutional Law Enforcement Association

What the Constitution Actually Says


Permit me to rant for a bit about one of the biggest lies the anti-religious zealots have used against us. It is that the Constitution requires the separation of church and state.


Baloney. The Constitution requires no such thing.

 Let me begin today’s lesson by asking you, what is the most important sentence in the U.S. Constitution?

 I would submit that it’s the very first one. Do you remember how this marvelous document begins? Our founding fathers set the tone for everything they believed, and everything that would follow, in Article I, Section 1, sentence one.   It reads,  All legislative powers herein granted are vested in Congress.

 A friend of mine who has lectured widely on the Constitution likes to stop at this point and ask:  Are there any math students present? Okay, maybe you can help me out. If ‘all’ lawmaking power resides in Congress, how much is in the Supreme Court? Right, none! How about the Executive Branch? Right, none again. Thanks for your help.

 There’s a very important principle here one that has been deliberately obfuscated over the past 50 years. A Supreme Court decision isn’t supposed to be the law of the land. The Court has no Constitutional right to make law. All it is supposed to do is to decide the law of the case.  Their decision should be binding on the plaintiff and the defendant  and no one else.

 Instead, for most of my lifetime, layer upon layer of additional government has been sanctioned, and even initiated, by the black-robed justices of the U.S. Supreme Court men and women who regularly and repeatedly ignore the very first sentence of the document they have sworn to uphold.

 And let me digress for a moment to note that the very same principle applies to the Executive Branch. What lawmaking powers does the Constitution bestow on the President and all of the cabinets, agencies and commissions he oversees? Again, the answer is none. Yet we get Executive Orders, Presidential decrees, all sorts of new rules and regulations, and now dozens of new czars, for crying out loud. Each and every one has assumed powers that are nowhere granted in the Constitution. And no one dares challenge them!

The First Amendment (the one used to justify arguments for the separation of church and state) let's see what it actually says.  It begins:  Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof...

That seems pretty clear, doesn’t it?  Congress shall make no law, either promoting a religion or prohibiting one.

 According to the Constitution, what are the states allowed to do, when it comes to religion (or just about anything else)? The answer is, pretty much whatever they want.

 Could a state require that the Ten Commandments be posted in every courthouse?   Sure it could.

Could a city or county government install a crèche on its lawn every Christmas? Absolutely.

 Could a governor encourage the citizens of his state to call on the Almighty to alleviate drought or do other good works?   Without a doubt.





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