June 29, 2010


Filed under: Rallies — Rich Davis @ 6:08 pm

Hundreds of motorcycles rode into West Chester to join our victory rally on Saturday.
Just before 11AM, the bikers arrived at the corner thrilling the cheering crowd of patriots standing in support of our troops. After riding around the block, they parked their bikes and stood with us.

June 20, 2010


Filed under: Rallies — Rich Davis @ 11:37 am

Happy Fathers Day to all our dads and especially to troops who are fathers and fathers of military members. Our Troops give up their summers so that we can enjoy ours. We are proud to stand outside together and show public support and gratitude for all our brave men and women in uniform.

Our World War II Veteran, Frank, wasn’t at the rally because he is in the hospital. His daughter Mary Ann came to tell us the sad news, and took his place in the center of the group photo and held the flag for us as we sang the Star Spangled Banner and recited the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

Frank will be in our thoughts and prayers and we hope he will rejoin us soon.

Mary Ann passed the “Support Our Troops” coin from her father to Sheriff Bunny Welsh. The Sheriff is a good friend and supporter of our victory movement, she oftens comes to our rallies and events and her presence always adds to the fun.

Below are six of our Military Moms, also known as Blue Star Moms. From L to R, Evie of Coatesville (son Jon is an Army Medic, Afghanistan combat veteran), Mary Lou of West Chester (son Matt is in the Army, 13-year veteran, Iraq combat veteran), Nini of Downingtown (son is in the Air Force, currently in Iraq), Maureen of West Chester (son John Paul is an Army Officer, currently serving in Afghanistan), Mary of West Chester (son Grant is a Marine Officer, Iraq combat veteran, currently in Afghanistan), and Faith of West Chester (son-in-law is in the Air Force, currently in Iraq, we learned yesterday that he lost his thumb when a 700 pound drum fell on it).

Summer brought her 2 grandkids, are rallies are family events and we are always happy when the children show up.
Above, Mary informs us how to send messages to our troops via the military’s email system, it allows messages to get to them in a couple days, instead of a couple weeks. Letters to the troops is one of the best ways we can boost their morale. Thanks Mary!

Thanks to all our brave soldiers, sailors, airmen, guardsmen, and Marines, may God bless you, protect you, and guide you victory. We love you and we will not let your sacrifices go to waste. We enjoy our freedoms, because of you.

June 13, 2010


Filed under: Rallies — Rich Davis @ 5:30 pm

I forgot my camera.  So I don’t have any pictures from the rally this week. So I’ll share a few from other rallies.

Here’s Frank, our WWII veteran. He’s undergoing tests and treatment and was unable to attend our rally on Saturday June 19. It was the first rally he’s missed in almost 2 years. Our thoughts and prayers are with him. Get well soon Frank! We miss you and need you back!

We love our flag, we love our country, we love our vets, and we love being together.

Here’s Victor, our mascot, relaxing at home.

Click on this link to see a video of Victor and his sister Layla doing a trick – it’s pretty good.
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June 8, 2010


Filed under: Rallies — Rich Davis @ 10:32 am

On Sunday, June 6, there was a huge rally in New York City directly across the street from Ground Zero.  Thousands of people attended.  It was terrific.  It was one of those “you had to be there” experiences.  The crowd was most positive. 

 They overflowed the original area and completely filled the park and filled the sidewalks across the street. 


Infiltrators and trouble-makers were expected, but they either didn’t show or laid low because the police presence was very effective.  The police were respected and appreciated, when the 3-hour rally was over, there was no trash left behind.


Above are the founders of SIOA and organizers of the rally.  Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller.

(will add more pictures later)


June 5, 2010


Filed under: Rallies — Rich Davis @ 7:03 pm

Again we had a huge turnout of great Americans to show public support for our troops and their mission.  The best part was when we were gathering for our group photo.  A young lady pulled over, rolled down her window and said, “My husband is serving his 2nd tour in Afghanistan, what you are doing is so great!”  She was almost in tears.  “You don’t know how much it means to drive by and she all of you.”   Here is a picture of this courageous military wife.

She had 2 dogs in the back of the car, they watch out and protect her the same way her husband protects all of us.  Sorry, but I can’t remember her name or her husband’s name. Hopefully her husband will be able to see this picture of his wife from a computer in Afghanistan.  I told her, “Please tell your husband we are proud of him and we love him.”   Getting “thanks” like hers means the world to us.  We understand what the families go through, we know that the families “serve too”.

Andrea and her husband Justin held the flag for us.  We always end our rallies with the National Anthem and a prayer.


We had a great day, we were upbeat and we got a steady stream of honks and positive feedback from everybody. 



Anita is not hitching a ride, she proudly yelled, “Thank You” and returned the many thumbs up she got .



Frank, our WWII vet, comes to every rally, rain or shine.


Below is Mary Lou, her son Matt is in the PA National Guard and recently returned home from Iraq.


Below is me and Dennis, he’s a vet and this was his first rally.  He said, “I will be back!”

We always like to have an Israeli flag at our rallies.  Especially now, because they are surrounded by countries that hate them and Iran has stated he wants to destroy them.  Currently they are being unfairly condemned for defending themselves.  The IDF (Israeli Defense Force) are beloved by our troops.  Our troops know that Israel is our ally and that they are fighting the same islamic jihadist assassins that they are.  Hamas and Hezballah are funded and armed by Iran and so are the Taliban and Al-Queda.  God bless Israel and her beautiful people, we support and stand with you!


Here’s Marine Bob, his son Sean was in the Navy and still serves in the USNR.

 The support the troops coin was passed my Marine Mom Laura (her Marine son Brian and daughter Ashleigh visited us a couple weeks ago).  Laura said, “I was honored to carry this coin in my pocket.”  She gave it to Bob, a Vietnam Vet, was awarded a Bronze Star and saw a lot of combat, including the Tet offensive.  His nephew Greg is an officer in the Marines.

Here’s another picture of the proud military wife.  We are so glad she stopped to say hello and hope we can see her again sometime.  We are on the corner every Saturday from 11AM till Noon.

Thank You Troops!  Thank You Military Families!

June 2, 2010


Filed under: Great Americans — Rich Davis @ 11:35 am

While in New York on Sunday, I was able to meet up with our longtime friend and supporter, Pamela Geller.  She says, “What you guys are doing in West Chester is amazing! I love the Sheepdogs.”

Pamela is leading the charge against the 9/11 Mega Mosque being built at Ground Zero.  She says, “Ground Zero is a war memorial, its a burial site.  No Mega Mosque should be built there.”   She is leading a protest against the Mega Mosque on Sunday June 6.   She has been on TV a lot recently, talking about her new organization SIOA (Stop Islamization Of America).  She is a champion, her blog, Atlas Shrugs, is terrific, she puts out the most information on the violence and threats we face from radical Islamic Jihadists.  

Order her new book from Amazon.  Read more about it HERE.


People like Pamela Geller are rare.  She is very brave.  She has the courage to say what many people think.  She is a truthteller extraordinaire.  Her blog covers stories that the mainstream media doesn’t.  She has teamed up with Robert Spencer to fight back against organizations like CAIR (the uninidicted co-conspirator funnelling money to terror groups like Hamas and Hezballah) who use our rights to undermine America with their ACLU-like lawsuits against anyone who tries to expose them or disagrees with them. 

Here’s what they are saying about The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America

Barack Obama is the most radical individual ever to occupy the White House. This excellent book by Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer explains exactly what that means and why its implications are fraught with such dangers for this great Republic.

David Horowitz, conservative activist, coauthor of Destructive Generation and author of Radical Son


Sheer brilliance! The ultimate patriot’s handbook. Sharp, well-written and to-the-point. Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer lay bare Barack Hussein Obama’s radical, anti-America agenda and how to stop it. No true American’s library will be complete without this book.

Brad Thor, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Foreign Influence.


The Czechs, Israelis, Indians and other US allies were the first to realize we were heading toward a post-American world. Now it’s time for Americans to wake up to the realities of this President’s transformation of the country and its global role. Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer are two of the most incisive analysts of events at home and abroad, and you could not ask for better guides to where “hope”, “change” and czars are taking us – and what Americans can do about it. 

Mark Steyn is an international bestselling author, columnist and leading Canadian human rights activist.


Barack Obama is a revolutionary on a mission to cut America down to size. One size fits all, to be precise. His post-sovereign America is a country no different from any other: economically bankrupt, morally rudderless, with nothing exceptional about it besides the heights from which it tumbles and the remorselessness of its choice – his choice – to decline. With their characteristic attention to detail, clarity and fearlessness, Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer assay the wreckage. The Post-American Presidency is must reading for every concerned American who needs to know why we’re in this perilous moment, and where we’re headed if we don’t take our exceptional country back.

Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review legal affairs editor and bestselling author of Willful Blindness: A Memoir of the Jihad 


This book is a chilling analysis of how the policy of president Barack Obama is chipping away at the very foundation of America’s leading role in the world. It exposes his philosophy of near universal ‘moral equivalency’; a philosophy that is a dead ringer for the cultural relativism that has been poisoning Europe for the past decades. America is the last man standing and it is vital that the people in Europe adopt the attitude of proud American citizens and learn that it is not shameful to be proud of one’s heritage. This book is incredibly fascinating and at the same time holds a deeply disturbing message — a message we should all take to heart. 

Geert Wilders Dutch MP  

At a time when the US media – the traditional watchdogs of American democracy have transformed themselves into President Barack Obama’s lapdogs, the new media, on the Internet plays a crucial role in bringing accurate news to the public’s attention. At Atlas Shrugs, Pamela Geller does this on a daily basis. In the Post-American Presidency, Geller shines her laser on President Barack Obama – his life, his values, his friends and his perceptions of the country he leads. What she reports will disturb not only every American who believes in that America is the Shining City on the Hill and that the American people are what Abraham Lincoln referred to as “the almost chosen people.” It should also disturb people around the world who recognize that the international system stops working when the American Atlas shirks the burden of its uniqueness.

Caroline Glick, Senior Contributing Editor, Jerusalem Post, former assistant foreign policy advisor to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and author of The Shackled Warrior. Israel and the Global Jihad.

John Bolton wrote the forward.  Order your copy today.  It’s only $17.82 at Amazon (save $10 from cover price).

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