PATCON Schedule

PATCON Schedule

Saturday – September 29th

  • 10:00 AM – Hans Mentha – Rightful Liberty and Common Law – an overview of my explorations related to:
      Conflict in Society
      Liberty and Common Law
      Social Change
  • 11:00 AM –  Tom Baugh – Building an effective local government that minimizes authority (and corruption)
  • 1:30 PM – Sam Culper (via Podcast) – Development of human terrain in your area
  • 2:30 PM – T.L. Davis – Permanent Apportionment Act of 1929
  • 3:30 PM – Round Table Topic: Law and order in austere conditions. Moderated by Peter White

Sunday – September 30th

  • 10:00 AM – Robert Gore – How to survive an economic collapse
  • 11:00 AM – Charley Hogwood – The importance of a good mental state in austere conditions
  • 1:30 PM – Dr. Phillip Ley – Setting up a medical facility in austere conditions
  • 2:30 PM – Peter White – In a Gang or on a Gang’s Menu

Lies of Omission

3:30 PM – Lies of Omission movie followed by comments by T.L. Davis

For more information on the PATCON, click here. Tickets are limited.

Patriot Conference – September 29th and 30th

Theme: 

SHORT FUSE: Information you need for coming events.

Why:

You have to understand that no one is coming to help you except your kith and kin.

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Tom Baugh – Building an effective local government that minimizes authority (and corruption)
  • Sam Culper (via Podcast) – Development of human terrain in your area
  • T.L. Davis – Permanent Apportionment Act of 1929
  • Robert Gore – How to survive an economic collapse
  • Charley Hogwood – The importance of a good mental state in a SHTF situation
  • Dr. Phillip Ley – Setting up a medical facility in a SHTF situation
  • Hans Mentha – Rightful Liberty and Common Law – an overview of my explorations related to:
      Conflict in Society
      Liberty and Common Law
      Social Change
  • Peter White – In a Gang or on a Gang’s Menu

Round Table Topic:

Law and order in austere conditions.

Movie:

Lies of Omission

T.L. Davis will be showing Lies of Omission followed by a round table discussion.

Venue:

This conference will be held at the Appalachian Network Community Center at the address shown above.

Cost:

$50 per person before September 1st, 2018. The price includes one catered meal each day. Since this event will be limited to 90 attendees at this time, payment does not confirm your reservation. The remaining fees will be used to offset speaker travel costs and door prizes. Send checks to the above address made payable to David DeGerolamo.

Sponsorships:

People and companies who wish to sponsor this event can send a check to the above address made payable to David DeGerolamo. Sponsors will be noted here and the funds will be used only to offset the costs associated with this conference.

$50 – Bronze

$100 – Silver

$150 and up – Gold 

CADD Graphics (www.caddgraphics.com)

Additional Information:

Camping will be available on the 28 acres of the community center starting on September 28th.

Wilderness Medicine Emergency Management

Update: There are a few openings left in this class.

Personal Defense Strategies, LLC


Wilderness Medicine
Emergency Management in the High-Risk Low-Resource Environment
February 16-18, 2018
Murphy, NC

By definition, “Wilderness Medicine” is based on the concepts of emergency medical help when separated from definitive care by distance, time, or other circumstances.  That situation could easily be the backcountry, another snowpocalypse, civil unrest, or an active shooter incident; all situations in which medical help may not be readily available.

Wilderness Medicine is training in emergency first aid for people who aren’t professionals and forms the basis of our tactical medic program.  The training consists of an informal meet and greet on Friday evening followed by two days of lecture, discussion, hands-on, and scenario-based skills practice.

Our goal is to provide you with an assessment process that is simple, easy to understand, and one that does not require you to purchase everything from an ER catalog.  Rather, the class provides you with a roadmap to address life-threatening injuries in the proper order and one that ensures the best possible outcome for both yourself and your patient.

All courses are taught by professional educators and experienced medical providers who will work to make sure that you leave class with the information and skills needed to react with confidence.   Learn to respond to medical emergencies, treat injuries and illnesses, and improvise solutions in a high-risk low-resource environment.

The cost of the course is $250 individually or $200 each as a couple.  Advanced, full-payment is required to reserve a seat in class.  Due to limited class enrollment, payment is non-refundable and rescheduling will be allowed for the next available class only if space is available.  Cancellation on the day of the class is considered a “no show.”

Payment can be made via PayPal at personaldefensestrategies@hotmail.com or by check to:

Personal Defense Strategies, LLC
226 Gainesville Highway, Suite C
Blairsville, GA  30512

For more information, contact Rick Klopp at personaldefensestrategies@hotmail.com or 706.781.4526

Wilderness Medicine Emergency Management in the High-Risk Low-Resource Environment – February 16-18, 2018

Personal Defense Strategies, LLC

Wilderness Medicine
Emergency Management in the High-Risk Low-Resource Environment
February 16-18, 2018
Murphy, NC

By definition, “Wilderness Medicine” is based on the concepts of emergency medical help when separated from definitive care by distance, time, or other circumstances.  That situation could easily be the backcountry, another snowpocalypse, civil unrest, or an active shooter incident; all situations in which medical help may not be readily available.

Wilderness Medicine is training in emergency first aid for people who aren’t professionals and forms the basis of our tactical medic program.  The training consists of an informal meet and greet on Friday evening followed by two days of lecture, discussion, hands-on, and scenario-based skills practice.

Our goal is to provide you with an assessment process that is simple, easy to understand, and one that does not require you to purchase everything from an ER catalog.  Rather, the class provides you with a roadmap to address life-threatening injuries in the proper order and one that ensures the best possible outcome for both yourself and your patient.

All courses are taught by professional educators and experienced medical providers who will work to make sure that you leave class with the information and skills needed to react with confidence.   Learn to respond to medical emergencies, treat injuries and illnesses, and improvise solutions in a high-risk low-resource environment.

The cost of the course is $250 individually or $200 each as a couple.  Advanced, full-payment is required to reserve a seat in class.  Due to limited class enrollment, payment is non-refundable and rescheduling will be allowed for the next available class only if space is available.  Cancellation on the day of the class is considered a “no show.”

Payment can be made via PayPal at personaldefensestrategies@hotmail.com or by check to:

Personal Defense Strategies, LLC
226 Gainesville Highway, Suite C
Blairsville, GA  30512

For more information, contact Rick Klopp at personaldefensestrategies@hotmail.com or 706.781.4526

Basic Rifle Course
December 2nd and 3rd
Tactical and Educational Building (TEB)
84 Roberts Road
Murphy, NC 28906

This course will start at 9:00 AM on 12/2. Instructors are licensed and insured by the NRA. Cost is $100 and must be paid by 11/22 to reserve your place. Couples will receive a 10% discount.

There are no prior requirements for this class other than a willingness to learn how to safely operate and maintain the Armalite Rifle (AR). This class is required for advanced classes. The first day is classroom based and the second day is on the TEB range (rain or shine).

Email questions to david@ncrenegade.com

Course Outline:

Day 1 

Safety Brief

AR-15 Weapons System Familiarization

Cleaning and Maintenance

How does the AR-15 work

Determine Master Eye

Safety Manipulation

Workspace

Weapons Condition Check (Observe)

Search and Assess

Marksmanship Fundamentals

Natural Point of Aim

Sight Alignment and Sight Picture

Breathing

Trigger Control

After each shot

Speed of Execution

Firing Positions

Gear Placement

Administrative Load

Tactical Reload

Combat or Speed Reload

Simple Malfunctions 

Day 2 

Zero Rifles

Range Drills

  • Rifle Drill 1: Up Drill
  • Rifle Drill 2: Reset Drill
  • Rifle Drill 3:  Reloads
  • Rifle Drill 4: Three Little Chickens Malfunction Drill

Items to bring:

AR-15 Rifle with adjustable sling

Chest rig

250 rounds 5.56/223 55 gr (No green tip). Reloads are not recommended.

6 empty 30 round AR magazines

Hearing protection

Eye protection

Paper/pen/pencil

Cleaning supplies: solvent, lubricants, cotton patches, cleaning rod/tips.

Extra set of batteries for optics. Instructions for optics. This is not required if you will be using iron sights.

Water

Appropriate clothing for rain and weather conditions

Lunch for both days

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Personal Protection Course by Alan Kay

September 24, 2017
TEB (Training and Educational Building)
84 Roberts Road
Murphy, NC  28906
2:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Personal protection involves multiple aspects. You will learn techniques to survive violence involving unarmed combatives, edged weapons and firearms. You will also learn how to increase your situational awareness to minimize becoming involved in dangerous situations. Instruction will be tailored per individual needs and abilities. Class is limited to 12 students.

The course is $50. Send check by September 21st to:

Alan Kay
84 Roberts Road
Murphy, NC 28906

How We Got Here

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS! If you are interested in an honest and factual account of the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the 14th Amendment, join the Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association (CCTA) on Monday evening, September 19 at 7:00 pm at the Stanley Ballroom, 305 Pollock St, in New Bern. Speakers will be John Ainsworth and Cliff Muncy of AMERICA’S REMEDY.

John is the founder of America’s Remedy, a non-partisan educational think tank, whose focus, through education and legal activism, is to re-establish America and her demi-sovereign states on a free and Constitutional foundation. As a strong advocate of lawful, constitutional government, and passionate in his service to see America re-claimed, John took two years off of work in 1995 to research America’s derailing. John has over 19 years of study and has been involved in over 15 court cases. In 1997, John was involved in re-establishing the de jure state of North-Carolina. He has hosted and co-hosted a number of television and radio programs, and he has had numerous speaking engagements across the eastern U.S.

John Ainsworth poses the question —Did National Citizenship Eliminate State Rights?

Where state-rights and a limited federal government are desirable, is it counter-productive that Americans participate in a national form of citizenship? Was citizenship always a national concept? Is it our own unquestioning patriotism and participation in national U.S. citizenship which prevents us from having states which can act free of national “indefinite supremacy”?

Black’s Law defines a state as a “self-sufficient body of persons, united together in one community for the protection of their rights”. With this information in mind, let’s ask ourselves — What happened to our sovereign states? What are these states we have today, and for whom were they created

Join the CCTA as Reconstruction historian and legal activist John Ainsworth sheds new light on our history, to reveal a specific, pivotal transformation that occurred to our system of government which eliminated the concept of state-loyal, state citizens from the American political landscape.

Diane Rufino

Tool Sharpening Course by Alan Kay

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September 10th
2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
84 Roberts Road, TEB
Murphy, NC 28906

You will learn to sharpen basic tools by hand. A dull tool is useless. Instruction will also be provided in basic tool usage in real world conditions as both a tool and a weapon. Bring a knife or tool (less than 8″ edge) to sharpen at the class. Each student will receive a file to take home. All other sharpening tools will be provided.

Burgers and hot dogs will be provided after the class.

Cost: $49.00

Payment must be received prior to September 8th to reserve your place. Send checks to:

Alan Kay
84 Roberts Road
Murphy, NC 28906

Common Core Town Hall

I wanted to let everyone know about this sooner; but didn’t get confirmation until today that we have the place reserved.

I will be holding a town hall meeting in the auditorium at Jay M. Robinson High School on February 13, 6:15-7:45 PM, for the purpose of hearing from the public about Common Core.

Since the study committee that is studying Common Core is not going to allow any public comment at our Feb. 20 meeting in Raleigh, I wanted to give our local citizens a chance to speak out before then.

I’m sorry for such short notice, and for any potential schedule conflicts; but we have been trying for a few weeks to get this scheduled, and just confirmation today. I especially want to hear from parents, teachers, and administrators, and do not plan to discuss anything else at this particular town hall meeting. Please help me spread the word. Teachers, if you have concerns, and are afraid to speak openly for fear of risking your job, you can come meet me there, and we can arrange to speak privately at a later time. This is not a campaign event. It is just doing my job. I will not have any campaign materials there, and I ask that no one else bring any.

Rep. Larry Pittman

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Spread the word.