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Day 277: My Dad knew that as oppressive as the odds were…. with God at his side no challenge was impossible.
I find myself often wondering if it is worth it to try and educate others when so oft they seem set in their ways or if our country is even able to be saved? Is our country so far gone that the only thing to do is throw up our arms or armed rebellion?? Are those our only two options? Many will resolutely agree, but I do not.
Yesterday a huge battle was won that reinstalled hope into many American hearts. However, we still have many battles ahead. Now is this time to fervently thank God for his grace and miracle of yesterday and then plead for him to strengthen us for the fight we have ahead.
We still have patriots wrongly imprisoned. We still have a tyrannical government playing chess with our lives. If we are to stay ahead we must rely solely on Him and do our best to be His hands.
Please continue to educate yourself and those in your sphere of influence.
Do not hate, shun, or ridicule those who disagree… how will you ever help anyone if you do not show them love. This is not a battle between “us” and “them” but a battle against ignorance and evil. How best to help someone who does not know? By being an influence for good and loving them so that when you do speak… they actually listen.

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Yasmine Cofield Wish I could have been there with you!

 

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Melina Bilodeau Love the covered wagon! Captures the simplicity and heart of what ranching is. Hard work and love of what you do.

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Four months feels like a life time and at the same time a blink of an eye. Yesterday my heart craved more then anything to hear my dad and talk to him and while I know he hears me it is agonizing that I cannot hear him. However, God knows when we have hit our limit and always has a tender mercy for us. I have been lucky to find a surrogate dad who is so much like my own dad it is sometime scary lol. So while I can’t hear what my dad would say with his own voice I have been pretty lucky in a lot of ways. So while I was reaching my limit of growing in the last two weeks at the four month anniversary of my fathers death instead if crumbling under the weight of it I was able to play games and talk with my surrogate dad. And yes they both have these quotes they without fail use and the weird thing is that a lot of the time they are the same. It really is amazing that God is ever aware of us and helps us in the same things. I was dreading yesterday like I do every 26 of the month and instead of bawling my eyes out all day it was one of the best days I have had. Went to the park with my kids early in the morning, relaxed, played games with my babies, made dinner, and then played games with special ppl. Life is good and God is great.

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blood and childhood development. I grew up watching the Jazz and Lakers play, watching my dad play, watching my sisters play, and eventually playing myself. Family activities… can anyone say 21, Lighting or Posin? pousin? Posin? Posion? that looks right. Needless to say I hate that basketball game could never spell the word… still cant apparently. Even as young children my dad would take us out on the court and play with us. He wasn’t one of those let your children win kind of dad’s either. If you won you knew it was because you earned it. Consequently I hardly ever won, but when I did the taste of victory was oh so sweet!

Another amazing game was trampoline basketball… now that was magnificent! For a summer it was almost all we did. My dad moved our trampoline under the basketball hoop and we would play one-on-one with the winner staying in… guess how many times my dad had to sit out on a game….yeah I don’t think he did either. We played that almost constantly, until my sister Arianna Brown a.k.a the Owie Kid went and sprained her ankle bringing the era of incredible basketball trampoline to an end.
Honestly, I think I loved, played basketball, and excelled at it just to make my dad proud because I knew how much he loved it. It was one of my first passions and I still cannot walk onto a basketball court and feel the pangs of an incompletely dream. However, the joy that it brought me and the things I learned and the memories it created with me and my dad was worth all the pangs in the world.

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Day 81: Here is another wonderful memory from my sister Brittney Marie
“Dad was a hoarder in his own little way. He hoarded anything to do with preparedness. One of the nightmares that he had was not being able to feed one of his little grandchildren and he vowed to never let that happen. He stored non-perishable food, enough to feed our whole family, including grandchildren, for a year. He then also started to store extra shoes, coats, scarves, gloves, and winter hats, because he never wanted anyone in his family to be cold. So for holidays and birthdays he was really easy to please. We could give him a couple pairs of our old shoes and boots and sweaters and he was happier than if we bought him something brand new.”

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Day 80: My Dad spoiled me and if I wasn’t careful he would have given me the moon at his own expense even if it meant selling all he had to do it. I always had to be careful what I asked my dad for because if I asked him he would do it. Him and my mom would help people all the time and you would never know at what personal expense. They would do it as if they had the extra money, time, or resources, but more often then not they didn’t. Many times I would be traveling across the states with my little babies and the plan was to always drive strait though because we couldn’t afford to stop anywhere. However, that trip from Arizona to Texas was often exhausting and when the kids, mom, and dad were at wits end, no sleep, I would begrudgingly call my dad to see if he could help us out and without hesitation he always did. Sometimes waking my poor mom at three in the morning to give me the card info. It was just finicality he would bend over backwards either. He would drive 5 hours one way just because I was having a hard day and come talk with me and help me clean my house. He would stay up until four in the morning talking with me, just because I missed him. One of my favorite memories was a Christmas right before I had my first baby I really wanted a Christmas tree and my husband worked a lot and we never found the time. Then when my dad was going out with the family to chop down their tree I asked if he would be me one also… and of course he did. I personally had thought I picked a small tree, but once we tried shoving it into my little tiny house I was wrong. Each time I asked my dad for something he made me feel like it was well worth his time and that he truly would love nothing more then to help me out. I never felt like a burden or as if I was putting him out. Whenever I try to imagine how much our creator loves us and how much he loves to help us I think of my dad and it makes something unimaginable, but a little easier to grasp.

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When so many people ask how i do it the only answer I can give is, “by the grace of God.” My hubby being one of the biggest blessings from God to help stretch the time and effort I put out.

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Prayer is a key. Pray to know what to stop doing and what to start doing. Pray to know what to add to your environment and what to remove so the Spirit can be with you in abundance.

Plead with the Lord for the gift of discernment. Then live and work to be worthy to receive that gift so that when confusing events arise in the world, you will know exactly what is true and what is not.

Serve with love. Loving service to those who have lost their way or who are wounded in spirit opens your heart to personal revelation.

Spend more time—much more time—in places where the Spirit is present. That means more time with friends who are seeking to have the Spirit with them. Spend more time on your knees in prayer, more time in the scriptures, more time in family history work, more time in the temple. I promise you that as you consistently give the Lord a generous portion of your time, He will multiply the remainder.

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When so many people ask how i do it the only answer I can give is, “by the grace of God.” My hubby being one of the biggest blessings from God to help stretch the time and effort I put out.

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Prayer is a key. Pray to know what to stop doing and what to start doing. Pray to know what to add to your environment and what to remove so the Spirit can be with you in abundance.

Plead with the Lord for the gift of discernment. Then live and work to be worthy to receive that gift so that when confusing events arise in the world, you will know exactly what is true and what is not.

Serve with love. Loving service to those who have lost their way or who are wounded in spirit opens your heart to personal revelation.

Spend more time—much more time—in places where the Spirit is present. That means more time with friends who are seeking to have the Spirit with them. Spend more time on your knees in prayer, more time in the scriptures, more time in family history work, more time in the temple. I promise you that as you consistently give the Lord a generous portion of your time, He will multiply the remainder.

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A recall petition has been successfully filed against Harney County’s local Judge, Steve Grasty – who serves more as a county chair than as a traditional “judge.”

Petitioners have gathered 566 signatures and only 444 were needed. Grasty will be compelled to resign or face a recall election within 35 days of the end of the resignation period provided by the county.

Grasty told The Oregonian that he had no plans on stepping down.

A recall petition has been filed against a Harney County official who did not support the armed takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.Petitioners say they have gathered 566 signatures, more than enough to compel Judge Steve Grasty to resign or face a recall election.

Source: Recall petition filed against Harney County’s Grasty

If the petition is validated, Grasty will have to resign or submit a “statement of justification” that would be printed on the ballot. If Grasty chooses the latter, a recall election would be held within 35 days of the end of the resignation period.

But Grasty has no plans to step down.

“People elected me to a six-year term, and that’s what I’ll do unless they decide it should become less,” he said late Thursday.”I love this place,” Grasty said. “I love these people. I’m humbled to serve them, and it’s my intention to do it for the length of the term.”

Source: Recall petition filed against Harney County Judge Steve Grasty | OregonLive.com

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Haven’t had my first cup of coffee yet, or it’s currently a weekend, holiday, or perhaps a sunny day and I’m taking a bit of time off.

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Day 78: My Dad LOVED when the power would go out in our house and I think he secretly prayed it would be a LONG time before it came back on each time. As soon as the power went out it was like a drill for my dad. He wanted to see how normal we could keep living even without power and that meant still doing dishes, making meals, cleaning the house, and if everything needed was stocked like: water, kerosene lamps, batteries, etc. When you think it would be a great excuse to leave the dishes for another day because of all the extra work of hauling water, heating it up, and then doing dishes by the light of a little wicker lamp it was the time that dad would for sure NOT let it slide. If the power went out so did your chances of getting out of dishes. We would still play board games or read a Louis L’Amour as a family straining our eyes to see with the lamps and my dad would bask in the daily commotion of no TV, no PHONE, and no other electronics distracting from the family time. He would sit in HIS chair and close his eyes and just listen to the sounds of his family (Probably grumbling over doing dishes) and be so content. You want to see a happy man? Just cut our powerlines and you would have made him one happy man. His dream house? Looked something like this? See any powerlines? Nope and you never would.

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Michele Marie Thompson
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Michele Marie Thompson Thank you for sharing. Your Dad was a wise man.

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Jack Suncher Wonderful people in a beautiful place

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Bobby Creighton Your father was a smart and wise father, he brought up angels to tell his life story. i read all your post Challice Finicum Finch and i am so moved by how he raised you guys, you are very blessed to have such a great father and i appreciate your life stories. much love sister, much love..

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Lisa Willson Your Father and family are so amazing! #love #GODBLESS

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Scott Bannister LaVoy knew how to live. His spirit is among us still. I feel it. God Bless to the Finicum family. God Bless America

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Day 77: My Dad had an odd name, but a super cool one. LaVoy Finicum, legit right? However it came with it problems. First of all because his first name isn’t LaVoy it is in fact Robert, but he ALWAYS went by LaVoy which is his middle name. While this had its benefits like being able to hang up on telemarketers because they used Robert instead of LaVoy it also had its confusion… which you can all attest too since the newscasters are about as smart as telemarketers. The other problem is that no one ever spelled it correctly. I had a super good friend who had this frustration this week; Cynthia Primm. She is incredible and had these shirts made, but guess what happened? They put a SPACE between La Voy… I cannot tell you how many gifts have been “ruined” by this. So Cynthia has joined the family officially! However, as she told me her story it brought back so many found memories of frustrated gifts and a dad who always laughed it off and made you feel like it was the best gift in the world. So Cynthia since he cannot laugh it off for you I will and I will let you know that it is one of the best gifts we could ask for. For those who want to see and buy this amazing shirt she made you can follow this link. All the proceeds go to each political prisoner and their families!

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Cynthia Primm Thank you sweet friend. This was a joint effert with all the Texas team. I am so proud and honored to be apart of your family. Xoxo. I am in tears again. Love you and see you saturday.

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Karla Richter I like it! In Spanish doesn’t La Voy roughly translate to The Coming?

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Challice Finicum Finch no idea but that would be cool

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Charlotte Sines Yes, Karla, roughly.

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Dave Cluff I’ve known your dad my whole life and didn’t learn that his first name was really Robert until I started reading headlines out of Oregon! Even we cousins didn’t know LaVoy wasn’t his first name!

 

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Scott Rutherford Give us back our patriot’s

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Chad Tennant 79 and going strong. .. the coolest name a man could carry

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Day 76: My dad always made me feel like a fantastic mom, even when I felt like a failure. It’s a truth that all mom’s judge themselves to harshly. There are many moments where I feel inadequate and like I am failing. Many times I would throw my hands in the air and say come what may(usually hell) I have to get this done and my kids have free range. Something usually happened and I would call my dad crying saying that my kids were trying to kill me and he would laugh and tell me no daughter they are not. Do you wanna talk about it. So I am going to pretend our conversation here because it does happen to be one of those days that they are trying to kill me. “Dad they have destroyed everything. The top shelf is no longer high enough they got the paint out and repainted the balcony! Then they took out two cases of strawberries and smashed them all over the house. And found a permanent marker and colored on the walls I just scrubbed. Opened the baby powder and dusted my house! On top of the normal chaos they cause!!! My husband’s boss already thinks I let my kids run free with no boundaries!! Which isn’t truth I just get tired enforcing what little rules I do have ALL the time.” He would then laugh and say something like daughter it will be okay. Have them help you clean it up and hug them all because they arnt little for too much longer. Then he would tell me stories of a little blonde hair blued eyed girl who would cut her hair, draw in books and cause all kinds of trouble. So world don’t judge me because we have scrubbed it cleaned now but it was hell a few hours ago.

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Elaine Mikowski DeAngelo You’re a great mom! We’ve all been through it!

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Sandra Schneider Hatch Your Dad is watching this and saying the same thing.

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Amy Willetts Later in life… When ur approaching a graduation…or preparing for a wedding…or moving a child into their first apartment…u’ll look back and reflect on how exhausted uv been…how you never got to eat a hot meal…how sometimes just keeping them alive was a sure miracle… And u’ll sigh and smile, and thank GOD for each of those moments. Bcuz they will never remember you tired, or hungry, or frustrated… They’ll only remember laughing, feeling safe…being ur baby…. smile emoticon You’re a GREAT Momma, an awesome daughter, and an unstoppable CHILD OF GOD!!! Keep on keepin on girl!!!! heart emoticon

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Beverly Loverin III Beautiful memories of a great man

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  • No one should have to watch their dad being murdered, but I am grateful that I am able to see the truth instead of hear the lies that they spout. My dad was murdered and our government will be brought to justice and those who called for his blood will recieve their just reward here or before our God. Innocent blood was shead and it is not okay

    Its clear the #1 intention was to shoot any and everyone. If this is how a traffic stop is done in America have to ask do we have the right to shoot first. This man NEVER AT ANYTIME IN HIS LIFE pointed a gun at anyone. Murder.

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    Bonnie Bundy Backus This viedo proves alo t. But the main thing we need to know is., this viedo proves your government won’t stop at nothing . they murdered lavoy to prove this. Its time we do as his daughters ask . and as he ask. STAND UP. By the thousands we the people will survive.

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  • LaVoy was murdered by order of the DOJ Loretta Lynch at the request of the BLM

    Its clear the #1 intention was to shoot any and everyone. If this is how a traffic stop is done in America have to ask do we have the right to shoot first. This man NEVER AT ANYTIME IN HIS LIFE pointed a gun at anyone. Murder.

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  • No one should have to watch their dad being murdered, but I am grateful that I am able to see the truth instead of hear the lies that they spout. My dad was murdered and our government will be brought to justice and those who called for his blood will recieve their just reward here or before our God. Innocent blood was shead and it is not okay

    Its clear the #1 intention was to shoot any and everyone. If this is how a traffic stop is done in America have to ask do we have the right to shoot first. This man NEVER AT ANYTIME IN HIS LIFE pointed a gun at anyone. Murder.

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    Bonnie Bundy Backus This viedo proves alo t. But the main thing we need to know is., this viedo proves your government won’t stop at nothing . they murdered lavoy to prove this. Its time we do as his daughters ask . and as he ask. STAND UP. By the thousands we the people will survive.

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  • LaVoy was murdered by order of the DOJ Loretta Lynch at the request of the BLM

    Its clear the #1 intention was to shoot any and everyone. If this is how a traffic stop is done in America have to ask do we have the right to shoot first. This man NEVER AT ANYTIME IN HIS LIFE pointed a gun at anyone. Murder.

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Day 75: Today I watched my dad die for probably the 100th time, but for the millionth since that awful day I have felt his presence. I cried as I watch some memorial videos and I was stuck with such loniness only to cry for my daddy and feel him close once more. I am so grateful to continue to have a father who still watches over me and brings me comfort whenI am desolate. Here in Texas I feel like I am on a different planet and that my dad is still only 22 hours away at his ranch playing Dominion with whoever he can convince to play or sitting back in “His” chair as he watch the family go about their business. He is still there sneaking my mom’s “Bug Juice” and he will still be there late at night whenI come home for a visit. Then there are those rare times when the carefully put together illusion cracks and I realize he is no longer stealing my moms soda and is no longer playing at the kitchen table. WHen it cracks I either quickly build back up the illusion or I let is shatter and today it shattered, but as it shattered this time my dad was right there helping to pick up the pieces. How grateful I am for Jesus Christ atonement and Gods great plan of Happiness. I know that because of them I have the opportunity to be with him again and hopefully get some rematches on some board games!

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Nikki Hartman Sending prayers of comfort and love! ! ! ! Sweet Challice your memories of your dad are beautiful.

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Ray Williams Father I Prayer for Peace this Family. Our loss is His and Your Gain, for we know He is with You !

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Cheryl Renzi He is with you always. My heart goes out to you and your Mom and your siblings. 🌹

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Robin Gerhart We mourn for him, but not compared to your family. Prayers and hugs 💜💜

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Amanda Harrison So very sorry for your heart break, praying always for your family. Your father will never be forgotten. God Bless you.

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Mac Mcleod II Prayers to you and your Family ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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William Geertsen Great write up honoring your father. It brought tears to my eyes.

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Day 74: My dad truly believed that we could make a difference in this country. I know so many times personally I have wondered if it is even worth it or should I just keep my head low and stock food and bullets. I know as I waited to see if it was my dad or Ryan Bundy asking if it is worth it. Then I answered a strong hell no it is not. What difference could possibly be made by one of those incredible men losing their lives? Well now I know and now I know that God’s plan is greater then I can imagine. Can we make a difference? Yes we can. WIll it be easy… no. I know many say it is impossible to stop this crazy out of control government, but 200 years ago many believed that it was impossible to throw off the chains of great britian who at the time was the worlds power house. And right after that great victory and sacrafice many would probably say it is impossible for this great country to get this bad. Well here we are. It was by small and simple steps this country has been brought down to its knees and it is by small and simple things that it will rise up again as long as each of us believe that it can. I believe that it can and I will give it my all to make it happen. My father gave his all and how can we expect to do anything less? “It is for the common man to do.”- LaVoy Finicum

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Greg Alexander Your father was as wise as he was bold. Wish I could’ve shook his hand. God bless you ma’am.

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Nikki Hartman I have tried to type a comment and back space 3 times now….lol. I was one that thought that things were going to be ok and I was just going about my life. I lost a childhood friend and now my eyes are opened. Sweet Challice thank you for sharing. I am standing by you!!!

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Alain Osgood Good for you for keeping this fight alive!!

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Keith Hadley Both, LaVoys life and death, have made a huge difference in many more lives than he may have ever comprehended. By blood and suffering, we stand in solidarity, for liberty.
I never got to meet your Dad, but have gotten to know some of your family and friends, in small ways, at his funeral, on Facebook, town meetings, and through his book. I wish it could be under different circumstances, but there is no greater cause, to come together, than the fight for freedom.
What an honor, to get to know you all, even just a little. What a shining example your family is, to this world.

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Robin Gerhart Amen! Prayers 💜

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Diane Priami I really enjoy your writings, you have a talent.

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Bill English When they murdered your dad and say-so patriots got intimidated by this terrorist op (because that’s what it was), I got my marching orders…I was taught never to pull a gun unless I intended to use it. Got guns? No matter. Except now if you show them when feds flex beyond their charter, you can get life in prison… Next time, and there will be one, the deck is stacked… More sacrifices will have to be made. How few really understand how this works. Some of us, will not leave a man down on the field. Round 2 is coming up.

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Bonnie Bundy Backus We all need to stand up. Just like your daddy did.

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Kidd Harold I know words will ever take the weight of your father’s untimely death.. but i so hope that someone’s actions will be able to leasing the grip of pain that others have brought to your core.. May God guide you and comfort your heart.. while you deal with this.. praying for your family ma’ma

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Mercy Huss Your dad’s thought has becom.e my mantra. It doesn’t matter so much how it ends, it just matters that you stand. He knew, I think, that he might not be able to reverse the wheels of injustice, but his personal courage and integrity dictated that he make a bold stand. I think that’s what is important. When I see the savior, and my ancestors and our forefathers who sacrificed their lives, fortunes and sacred honor to give us our heritage of liberty, including your dad who i hope i get to meet one day, I need to be able to look them in the eye and tell them I stood to defend the freedom they left to me. I don’t believe necessarily that we can stop this shipwreck.. but I think we can reach out and stand up and teach truth and give courage to others and get as many of them on the proverbial lifeboats as we can. One day soon we will have the opportunity to rebuild from the ashes, build zion, and the more we prepare ourselves by learning first principles and eternal laws, the more we can contribute when that day comes.

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Joe Sanchez The Fight is on Target, Donald J. Trump has stated that the BLM Is and Has Been Wrong, we may be having a President who will Correct The Wrongs in Our Country

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Lazaro Ecenarro WAKE-UP America,

Between our dirty elected politicians and lobbyist, las firms and corporations; are perpetuating theft and TREASON upon our lands and minerals.

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Kim Mitchell Locked and loaded LETS ROLL PATRIOTS

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William Banks I pray LaVoy’s voice will get louder and louder now. I pray he is the spark America needed.

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Jan Mirassou I felt him today at a funeral mass, i never actually met your dad. It is for us to do and it is for all, that the common man stands up even if alone. God has our back, front, feet, hands, and hearts, if we just keep our eyes on Him and keep our mouths praising His glorious gift to us of Jesus!

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Revere Freeman You can kill a man but never an idea

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Revere Freeman Never a movement

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Revere Freeman We will have justice for your father….we wont stop pursuing truth and liberty a better tomorrow is on the horizon.

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Elizabeth Bell heart emoticon I am very proud of you sweetheart. Your father left us with some pretty big shoes to fill in following in his footsteps. I believe in what he stood for, and I will do my very best in following his lead. GOD Bless you and your family.

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Jan Mirassou Move is on klove right now 6:20 pacific standard time

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Robert J Sutherland Jr Perfect. God bless you! I’m doing what I can right now. I hope to do more in the days/weeks ahead.

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Melissa Noe Your father is a patriot and i will forever hold him my heart! He will never be forgotten! America is waking up because of him and fellow patriots who need released!

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Luke Statzer Im so sorry it makes me so mad everyone ran instead of standing there ground

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Teresa Brookshire Every day we are stronger, more focused.

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Angela Glasco May And u can stay strong

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Tal Pollard WE ARE LAVOY…

His voice and his words resonate through all of us, including the ones his sacrifice woke up…

I say your Dad is a HERO, and deserves a national monument…a BIG one.

God bless you and your family Challice Finicum Finch….

WE ARE LAVOY!!!

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Angie Corley Have you heard what is going on with Victoria and her mom? Im really worried.

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Challice Finicum Finch Victoria said it is a private family matter and they want it to stay that way

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Tal Pollard Yes I heard. And I reached out to her. Melina told us what was going on.

We also have another Harney County, Oregon brewing-another BLM attempted land grab that has the residents of a certain community in fear to speak out….I can’t give more details, like where, at the moment, because we don’t need another protest on public land, but I will say that Mr. Lavoy’s voice needs to be louder than ever right now in all 50 states…in every single community…we are going to nip this in the bud…before anyone else has to be assassinated in the name of liberty.

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Cindy Wisner I have to appologize. i once said, “land is not worth loosing ur life over.” i was so wrong. “U’VE GOT TO STAND FOR SOMETHING OR U’LL FALL FOR ANYTHING,” i truely believe that so please accept my appology, thank u!!!

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Day 73: My dad always believed in me! I would tell him I wanted to be the most out there stuff and he would start making a game plan with me. When I was young I worked for my dad at 10 cents an hour. I got a piece of paper and made a budget on how I could adopt a baby(yes a human baby) and pay for it all myself. I was in 3rd grade and lacking some real world experince obviously, but my dad took the time and took me seriously. We talked about it and in the end I understood that a baby deserved to have both a mom and a dad. He didnt tell me that I couldnt do what I had planned or that it was unrealistic, but he taught me the value of having both a loving mom and dad and that we should help babies have both. Convined I decided to wait until I got married to babies. I then moved on to being a lawyer and going to Harvard. My dad supported me wholly at the same time cautioning that I needed to learn how to seperate myself from court and family, because he didnt want to see me win all the cases in my marraige at the stake of my marriage. I was in third grade and my dad took the time to teach me important life lessons with the full expectation that I would actually understand them. You could pester my dad with questions all day long and as long as it wasnt questioning his decision he would sit and answer your questions all day long.

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Larry E Waldrip
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Larry E Waldrip You sure had a good childhood, Challice.

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Amanda Harrison How blessed to have such a wonderful father! Prayers for you and your family.

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Nancy Jensen BEAUTIFUL! VERY BLESSED LADY !

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Jason Bauer You DAILY amaze me not only with the ‘installments ‘of wisdom imparted by an OBVIOUSLY AMAZING HUSBAND/FATHER/HUMAN BEING but also with the STREGNTH and shear force of determination you possess !!!
I’ve said it before ( and I’ll say it a million times more as I feel it’s the truth) the manner in which you carry yourself …that alone speaks volumes toward what an incredible man your father was!!!!!

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Day 72: My dad loved the Easter Holiday. It was one of my favorites growing up and Easter 2011 was no different. I was pregnant for the first time and we spent the first part of the day fixing up the family cemetary fences and picking up trash. We then all sat around while Sherri told us stories of our hertiage. Soon after we went and ate food out of the back of my grandpas horse trailor before we hide eggs for the younger cousins. We then had an awesome egg hunt and sat around talking and hanging out as a family. There are many many occasions where we followed this pattern. We would work together as a family, learn as a family, eat as a family, play as a family, talk as a family, and then the end result was that we stayed together as a family.
The security that I felt that day was more then I ever realized. Helping my cousins find eggs, glancing over to see my mom and dad smiling and happy together, see my grandparents laughing at the little childrens antics, and just seeing the joy of having a family who loved each other. Little did I know that less then 5 years later that cementary we cleaned up and the fences we fixed would be holding my dads mortal remains. If I know that day I would be back in a short time to bury my daddy would I have lived differently? WOuld i have tried harder to stand and make a difference in this country so that my dads blood did not have to water the tree of liberty? Would I have done more to help change corupt laws? Would I have educated myself more and help to educate others so that more would have risen to the Hammonds and Burns Oregon’s aide? If I had known would I have lived my life to change the outcome? Yes, a resouding yes. However I am left with today and tomorrow and not yesterday. My fathers blood has watered the tree of liberty and it is now our job to tend it so that no others have to sufffer the loss of a fallen loved one. What can we do to tend the tree of liberty?
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Mitch Thomas Purviance
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Mitch Thomas Purviance challice, this is very well written.

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Chad Tennant Well said…. through peaceful education. …maybe…. but time is at hand… we need a revaluation. ..and a revolution

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  • Day 71: My sister Brittney
    “When I was 11 years old we lived in CaneBeds on a dirt road. Dad had a forest green F150 manual truck that we used to get around. I remember Dad sitting me in the driver’s seat and telling me how to operate the truck. He then got out of the truck and started to direct me forward. I of course stalled the truck multiple times and Dad had to come back to the truck to instruct me further a couple different times but with his patience and consistency I was able to drive the truck within the hour.” Brittney Marie

     

 I remember riding out with my dad looking over the cows and the new calfs. I loved seeing the babies! They were so cute and precious and I remember talking to him and telling him how much I loved our baby cows. He nodded his head in agreement, but he said how much more he loved his momma cows. They babies were cute and heart warming, but watching his mommas take care of the little ones and providing him a future of ranching with his family was what held his heart. He loved his momma cows so much. My Dad gave them more concern then he did himself
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Day 70: My sister Brittney Marie and this awesome memory!! This one made my heart ache. Love you Brittney.
“5.) Dad has never liked Black Widow spiders, they creeped him out more than any other spider. I remember one night at ‘the Little White House’ I was going to the bathroom (inside the house since I am a girl J) and right under the counter real close to where my legs would have been (had I actually gone to the bathroom) was a HUGE black widow. So of course I went and told Dad, who came to my rescue. We only had a lit candle for lighting and when he saw the spider he said, “yep that’s definitely a black widow.” Remembering my burning hand incident Dad grabbed Mom’s aerosol hairspray and a box of matches and said, “let’s do an experiment!” We went back into the bathroom and squatted down in the tiny little space hunched together and he handed me the hairspray. He said, “When I tell you to, start spraying that hairspray and don’t stop till I tell you to.” He then lit a match and help it in front of the black widow and then said, “Spray!” There was all of a sudden a stream of fire landing on the spider burning it to a crisp. We laughed and were happy that our little experiment worked and that we didn’t have to actually risk touching the creepy crawly thing.”

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Day 67: My daddy was my person. Most days I can pretend that my dad is just a phone call away, but just out on the ranch so I have to wait to call him. Other days my heart aches so bad just to call him knowing I cannot and those are the hardest days. He was the person who I could tell anything to: my accomplishments, my mistakes, my thoughts, or just how my day is. I would call just to hear his voice and listen to what he was up to. When he was around I knew I always had someone in my corner and it strengthened me to just carry on. Sometimes I relied to much on him as if he was my security blanket from the world. This morning as I turned on facebook to start working I saw this picture of my daddy and my nephew and just started to cry. This was him to the T. Quick to smile and give attention to those he loved. When my dad was taken from me I felt like I had lost the biggest part of my world and everything became so much scarier. My safe place was now gone and I no longer had my person in my corner. How does one recover from from such a loss? Right now I guess I just need to learn to start relying on God more and less on others. My dad really was my person, and it is going to be one hell of a learning process to grow up and be my own person.

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Day 65: This would have been April 1st, my birthday and 1 year anniversary since the last time I saw my dad alive. I have been putting this post off for quite some time, because it is so emotionally hard to admit to myself that it has been so long since I have seen my dad and now that he is gone I wont be able to change that until my time to cross over has come. My dad came down to Texas to visit me and my little sister. We talked a lot, played games, he taught us about freedom and we jsut enjoyed each others company. We loved playing games and learning and early on my birthday he had to leave home. Beofre he left he gave Danielle and I fathers blessings and in it it said danielle would come back to live with him, but mine never said that. I was worried becasue that is all i wanted in life. To earn enough money to live on my families ranch surrounded my family and my daddy. Looking back my little sister did get one more opportunity to live close to my dad, but i did not and I did not get the chance to see him one last time. How grateful I am to have a loving dad who would drive 20 hours to see me for a few days. Today I was thinking how I really needed to do this post but every time I tried to think about it I would cry hopelessly and aviod it… it has been a few weeks not lol. However as I laid on the couch trying to get the courage to write this post I kept praying for help. During the middle of my battle a knock sounded at the door with a package delievery. Inside was a birthday present from Kirstiann Howard and it was a box set of CALVIN and HOBBS. I fell to the floor bawling and so full of gratitude for a Loving Heavenly Father who hears our prayers and loves us so much and for those who hear his prompting to lift another. Kirsti you have no idea how much you have lifted my heart and given me courage to continue. I love you bunches and that gift will be one of my most cherished possessions. Here is to one year since I last say my daddy and to a wonderous God who takes care of us.

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Can you help me spread something all over Facebook and in all the groups? This has been confirmed and I jsut want to say as i read this I bawled like a baby to know how good God is and that as hard as it is to not have my daddy I am grateful I am not having to watch him be tortured. Lets bring these men home! Let us stand and spread the word and bring awareness. This is not okay and not acceptable. Thank you for a God who is merciful

Ammon wants everyone to know that God is still mindful of each one of them and is there watching over them. He shared with us an experience he had. Upon being transferred to Nevada he was chained to a bench for 24 hours. They didn’t feed him all that day. He was cold and tired and they didn’t put him into his cell until the early hours of the next day. When he did get to a cell it was beyond dirty and they left him chained to the bed all day without checking on him or feeding him. By night time he was SO extremely hungry the pain in his stomach was unbearable. He knelt in his cell and cried as he prayed. That God would please hear him and please show even a small tender mercy. He was there for several more hours. This was the night before court. And he decided to start banging his shackles together to try to get
someone’s attention to help him. For a long time he keep banging his shackles together until finally the guy in the cell next to him asked him what was going on. Ammon told him he was starving. That they hadn’t fed him for 2 days. The guy said he would try to get a guards attention. He got a guards attention and the guard finally came over and Ammon told him that he was starving. That he hadn’t received any food for 2 days. The guard said to him that the kitchen was closed for he night. Ammon kept praying. A little while later in the late night hours a guard came to his door and said your coming with me. The guard took him to his brother’s cell. HE TOOK HIM TO MEL’S CELL. and they were able to be cell mates for that night. Ammon said he was just praying for a small tender mercy but this was a HUGE miracle. They have restricted any contact with his brothers and that night they were able
to hug and to spend a whole night together. They cried together and talked for hours. Mel gave Ammon all of his commissary and any extra food he had he gave to Ammon so that finally after 2 days he could be fed. The next day Ammon had court. When he left he hoped that Mel would still be here on his return but knew that would probably not happen. Court was long. Ammon got back late and again went a whole day without eating. He got back after dinner and was facing another day and night hungry. When he got to his cell Mel was gone and had been transferred but Mel left Ammon his whole dinner that he had placed under some things so it wasn’t in direct view. Ammon cried and wanted everyone to know that even though it was only for a night that he got to share with his brother, he said he knows that was a miracle sent directly from God. He knows that God is hearing all of our prayers. It was
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Tami Crawford This is Inhumane. Omg makes me so upset!

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Anna Winnett Thank you God, for small victories. That Ammon was able to see his brother for a few hours.

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Tahnie Wilkerson Free our patriots!!! The government is so corrupt and unjust!! This makes me sick. Torturing Ammon and his brothers. Prayers going out everyday. 🇺🇸 SHARED

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Andie Basse Ive had that thoight before that he was the lucky one in a way

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Luke Statzer Amen god is good all the time god bless all of us

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Candy Allen Lommel Absolutely unjust!! Sickens us!! Yes will share and will tweet this to Trump too!!!

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Jodi Ott Shared and Amen

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Judson Witham The Facts associated with Harry Reid and the Romneys for instance are revealing of the FACT that “Our” Patriots wave the very Flag of Their Own Oppression. That FLAG is what murdered the First Americans and that Flag is what STOLE the WEST. https://theadirondacksconspiracy.wordpress.com/…/the…/

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Anna Winnett I’m beyond ashamed that man has the same name as the father of the woman, who is married to my first cousin.

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Brian Siegesmund Karma will be Hell !

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Lynnette Huston Shared. This is the kind of treatment you’d get in a Mexican prison. Our marine that was in Mexico got this! Makes me angry and sad! Praying for all of them every day!

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Judson Witham I saw where Cliven Bundy wrote from Jail as Paul did …… I want Cliven to KNOW …… The American Government has Ruined Many Lives and Caused ENORMOUS destruction to lots and lots of Families. The FLAG Waving that LDS Mormons do is a CELEBRATION of the ATROCITIES Uncle Sam Inc. engage in all the time.

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Challice Finicum Finch What are you even talking about?

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Mark Hayward I read Recently that there are Many Mormons in the FBI.. I think that included the Greg Idiot who is involved in Corruption and Cover ups. Also Judson has a Video about high Level FBI being involved in corrupt banking schemes. If the Mormon ChuSee More

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Bill English Shared. This treatment is totally inexcusable

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Judson Witham The Mormon Operated Police State has done it to many.

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Judson Witham I spent YEARS in ZION ….. That is the TRUTH

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Starla Artemisia After I was able to compose myself, I shared this post from another group. This is so wrong. We need to start calling the representatives, demand answers for treatment like this. Demand them to be treated better. We need to call the jail, we need to call the Marshall.

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Starla Artemisia And maybe we too should be fasting and praying…

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Lonnie Lawson My goodness. cry emoticon

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Bruce Long Shared. To quote a couple of morons, “This is not who we are.” Yeah, this is happening in America and will happen more wholesale if we don’t act. I will share this with the groups I’m in.

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Tom Mahan God said, “I am the revenger. I will repay”.

Those evil ones who are torturing him will receive their just reward. There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.

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Joe DeCook Shared… I am so sorry for these political prisoners, may God bless them all. You should know that the patriot movement are not going to do anything, their all pussys and cowards. Sorry for the language just upset and ashamed of this movement. Our founding father’s went to war for much less!

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Mike Bochenski I will help an man or woman to write a Common Law claim. I am the patriot movement in the Common Law with a few folks that are doing our best. We cannot write for you we help you by writing what you can comprehend. Please pray for our Weekly Common Law Study.

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Joe DeCook Our government doesn’t practice common law. You are still asleep my man.

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Mary Ortho Yes sharing

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Shonna Ritchey Omg, horrendous…shared.

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Judson Witham The FACT IS the VIRUS is very very very OLD

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Therese Staeger I shared, prayed and cried for these men. May God hear there pleas.

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Robert Hofmann Jr. Iam flat out sick of this they need to stop this to these guys mabe somebody start taking these jails over or relese these guys with out charges mabe we need to go in armed its time to stand up to these fony bolognas people need to stand up not be cowards ammon and his brothers and father no cowards to stand up lavoy was no coward iam not afraid to die for a cause

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Linda Hurlbert White Poulton Chalice Finicum Finch..would you please make this post public? I would like to share it on my wall..I cried like a baby….this is like the days in the Bible, when the Christians were imprisoned…but Jesus will have the Glory..

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William Banks You don’t have a share options? I did and shared it.

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Linda Hurlbert White Poulton her post is shared with her friends, we can share it, but only Challice’s friends will be able to see it on our wall..untill she makes it public..William Banks..

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Challice Finicum Finch Done i jsut made it public

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Linda Hurlbert White Poulton Thank you sweetheart..shared now..

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William Banks Thanks so much.. more need to see this.

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Challice Finicum Finch Thank you for letting me know smile emoticon

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Linda Hurlbert White Poulton You are very welcome..smile emoticon

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William Banks This falls heavy on my heart. This is the America I put my life on the line for. I am so sad.

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Judson Witham Sometimes speaking the truth is EXPENSIVE ….. and Then there are times when it’s very Profitable ….. The Key is doing this consistantly …… https://vimeo.com/163102988

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Robert Hofmann Jr. Its time for war its time to riot toshow these double crossers what its all about. Time to take arms up like our fathers did especially our forefathers we going to be push overs and lets these men put threw hell and allowed to be starved out and left tSee More

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Judson Witham The REALITY of facing the LAW especially in Federal Court is crushing and overwhelming THESE RESOURCES are 100 % Free ….. Like MEL ….. They are SHARED for a reason. http://digitallawlibrary.blogspot.com/

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Robert Hofmann Jr. This is not law it coruption

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Mary Hylton Challice Finicum Finch i,ll be unblocked latter to day then sure i,ll share it in groups, face book blocks me every week few days at a time trying to shut me up cause i do share a lot on how dirty you all have been done, but they cant win ,i want let them, lol

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John Carter SERIOUSLY, SOMEONE NEEDS TO FILE A HABEAS CORPUS PETITION ON THEIR BEHALF TO CONTEST THESE CONDITIONS!!!!

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William Banks Seems like a very good lawyer would step up to the plate for them.

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Wendy Lewis Prayers this is so wrong in so many ways

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Amberli Wyatt Spreading the word…amazing that murderers,rapist and child molestors and drug/human, traffickers get better treatment than these men who did nothing wrong.

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Challice Finicum Finch. Can you provide any numbers to the jail, the courthouse, etc. that we can call & make demands?

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Guy Kahn Praying for you that the Lord will answer your prayers and justice will be done on everyone involved in this matter

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Mark Hayward These Stories of Torture are unbelievable for the USA. These Patriots didn’t even commit any real crimes. I see this as a warning what our Future can be like if we don’t push back against a Tyrannical Government now. These issues of inhuman treatment should be addressed immediately by the Patriots Lawyers.. I am sure there laws against inhumane treatment.

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Gabriel Silva God bless ALL patriots, their families, and all of us who feel the pain. My anger burns nuclear and will be channeled into motivation for this political revoluyI helped start here in California. cirrraof2016.com

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Roxanna Hall Working 20 years inside the walls I would have NEVER EVER EVER allowed this to happen . They are truly in my prayers!!!!

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Noel Barber All I can really say is that at times our Creator will allow his people to be tested. Jobe went though much more however these men are not too far behind call Jobe. What do these men imprisoned have in common? they are faith full. Jobs own wife even though jobe was already in the thick of things said to him curse God and die. And job stayed the course. I only wish I had these mens faith.

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Stella Joan Hessman Owen Where are their attorneys???

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Mark Hayward Stella Joan Hassman Owen that it what I was just going to say. Why on Earth are the Lawyers not addressing this immediately? Even if they have to get Liberal Civil Rights organizations involved. they should address this immediately ..

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Mark Hayward I have simply not heard of other Prisoners being treated this way in the USA. David Fry has that terrible skin Problem they won’t take care of either..

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Joe Sanchez Shared, Starvation Torture is Illegal

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Dianne Knight Shared This is a disgrace in America a damn shame God be with all of them

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James Thorn Your right robert its got to happen now or we don’t have a snow balls chance in hell

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Louise Whittington I have already shared & added a photo & my own words as well. I will probably wind up in FB jail or worse but idc this Rouge corrupted government must be stopped!

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Jan Davis Prayers.

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Tami Crawford Why is this happening. If this was a liberal heads would roll. This is unconstitutional and completely illegal.

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Shari Sullivan Thank the lord for this miracle it is so sad

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Wanda Kinzeler Terry dyster had an excellent idea of of and one of you needs to follow up on this and get it done. We need to decide whether we want to call the jail or call the governor’s office or where. But we need to choose one phone number and delete them with phone calls and protest until something gets changed.

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Wanda Kinzeler ! This is a very good idea Teri
Deister and will you please continue your efforts for anyone who has the time to take up this effort and get this done! There it is better to make the phone calls then to post all over Facebook because it will be more effective. someone needs to head this up until you get the phone number and get the word out to everyone! I am doing some things to expose Ted Cruz who is a globalist and I am guaranteeing you he will not be good for the Patriots. Donald Trump has now spoken out against the BLM now that he understands the situation and he is the only one who is not bought and paid for by the anti-liberal America destroying globalist cartel. my pastor friend from San Diego when they tried to stop the Bible study in his house so many people called the county of San Diego that it shut down their business for three days and they had to give in and not stop the Bible study legally. Had they done that they would have taken it across the nation and tried to stop all Bible studies at private residences

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Roxanne R Rains It is better to suffer for RIGHTEOUSNESS THAN UNRIGHTEOUSNESS THAT HAS NO REWARD. THE RIGHTEOUS HAVE AN ETERNAL REWARD THAT CAN NOT BE TAKEN.

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KathyShay Boudreau PRAISE GOD MY HART IS BROKEN TO NOT HAVE FOOD …..I AM SO GLAD THEY SPENT THE NIGHT TOGETHER ..BUT STILL SAD THEY ARE STARING HIM I WILL SHARE GODBLESS

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David Fowler Praise God.

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Kat Thompson Our God is good all of the time…. It is hard for all of us, but the sacrifices that our patriots are making will be important because when they are treated badly, the words get out and it makes people think and realize what’s really going on… God will never forsake us. Prayers up for all our brave Patriots… heroes all of them! God bless.

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Janie Chrisman What the hell is wrong with all of the fools in Washington,they are all a bunch of kiss ass’s to obammy and they are letting all of this happen, we the people need to throw every last one of them in prison and give them the same treatment that everyone one else gets but worse ,they are just di– lick— to obammy

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Harley Slocum Francine Uriarte, you might get a kick outta this.

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Randy Spence No 3 meals a day? Hey are not allowed to do this anywhere I know. If this is happening is it intentional to try spark people into action with at least words to be s trap to get their names and pics to identify them ? Things like this are posted about this subject by many people and I know some are just to gather info and ID people that are not sheep. You should be able to protest and be an activist on any subject without fear, oh that’s right only if your black , I see.then you can burn city blocks and ‘they’ stand back and watch . Things have gotten so screwed up , you should be able to look up to FBI- BLM- ATF – Sheriffs- ect like the likeness of John Wayne’s portrayals of right and wrong , the things we all grew up with that made us love law and order , patriotism. What did John Wayne once say? … A mans gotta do what a mans gotta do ‘ … That was Lavoy and the Bundys.

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Day 64: My sister Brittney Marie:
“One of my awesome sisters (Arianna) told me that If I covered my hand in hairspray and then lit my hand on fire it wouldn’t hurt as long as I had enough hairspray on my hand. So one day after Dad and Mom had gone to Grandmas house I started soaking my hand in Mom’s hairspray. After about 10mins of soaking my hand in hairspray and letting it dry I lit my hand on fire. It was really fascinating and the flames were all sorts of colors, but very soon after I lit my hand up it definitely started hurting! I started to panic and waved my hand in the air trying to get the fire to blow out, but to no avail, so then I ran into the bathroom thinking I could put my hand in the toilet but my little sister was sitting there going to the bathroom. So the only other thing I could think of to get this fire out was to run outside and stick my hand in the dirt. This worked perfectly. After my flaming torch of a hand was put out I rinsed it off and saw all the damage I had just inflicted upon myself. There were blisters everywhere and dark patches and lobster red patches of skin. I was terrified that I was going to get into so much trouble but I knew I had to tell the parents. So I had my little sister run over to Grandma’s house and tell Mom and Dad to come home NOW. When they got home they were a little panicked wondering what the heck was wrong. When I told them, instead of Dad yelling at me he started laughing at me. I was so shocked that I wasn’t getting into trouble. Dad said, “well what did you expect it to do when you lit your hand on fire?” He thought it was so funny and that my pain and blisters were enough of a punishment. He got me a bowl of cold water and some ice out of our tiny little freezer and had me soak my hand for a couple hours.”

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Day 62: My dad loved genealogy. My grandma would often share with us stories and pictures of our ancestors and he would stare and absorb it all. Asking questions, listening, and in plain awe. As I got older I felt more and more pressed upon to do some research on my own. As time passes I would find information here and there and I would always call my dad so excited. I felt like that little girl saying, “daddy daddy look at me! Look at what I did!” And he would be so proud and ask questions and tell me how great all this was. I felt so important and it encouraged me to do more and more. Soon as a family we had found many more ancestors and were able to have a family reunion where we did temple work together and tied more of our ancestors together in one big happy family. It was such an amazing experience and the look of contentment on my dad’s face was worth all the work it had taken and the 20 hour car drive with 3 little babies just to see it. Families are eternal and can be together forever. How grateful I am for this beautiful gift.

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Day 60: My dad did pretty good about celebrating Easter. It was actually one of my favorite holidays because of how well our family celebrated it. When we were with our extended Finicum family it was always the best! The aunts and most especially the uncles had more fun hiding the eggs then we did finding them. They would even hide money attached to stings and usually cemented into a rock wall or buried deep with an excavator. If you wanted the money it was not for the faint of heart. There was eggs found under cow pies, in cactuses, in the middle of a huge spiny bush, way up high in the tippy top of trees, and countless other places. It made Easter fun for all ages. You would spend the majority of the time telling your tells of the crazy stunts you pulled or the perils you faced to retrieve that one egg that was most likely mutilated before you put it in you bag. Dad enjoyed seeing us overcome all the obstacles and our faces when we realized the strong we followed lead to cow poop. After that fun we would generally run off with cousins and play all sorts of things. As we got older the uncles started to play what is called cowboy golf. They would take solo cups and bury them all over the sand dunes areas then take golf clubs and balls and play. It was so much fun.
As I thought about Easter this Sunday and the many memories it was a mixed emotion. How truly glorious Easter is. It is a happy holiday that brings each and everyone soul who has lived, is living, and will ever live eternal hope. Because our lord and savior broke the bands of death and rose from the grave so can we and all our loved ones. My dad is not held captive to death but it made free in Jesus Christ resurrection. How grateful I am to have this knowledge of a loving God and Savior that even during the most bleak of times we still have hope.

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Nikki HartmanYou have such a great family! !!! Sending prayers of comfort and love! ! !

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David MassieAmen baby girl .

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Chad TennantLol…sounds like ya might have some scars going after them eggs.. that’s really funny what a character he was..with the jokes ..the kid like smile…what a man… cowboy golf!.. haha….. I loved this one..

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Rusty MaddoxWonderful read,

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Erin BeidlWhat a SWEET TENDER story heart emoticon You yourself a person of Tenderness and a lot of Love

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GranddadJohn Dee LevertonThank you for sharing Challice Finicum Finch God Bless !

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Linda Hurlbert White PoultonWhat a legacy to play forward grin emoticon

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Amanda HarrisonYour family is amazing, thank you for sharing. I have to try cowboy golf!! God Bless you, God Bless your daddy.

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Mary Borges-SilvaWhat a fun and beautiful story! Thank you!

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Beverly NeighboursAlways remember the good times. You will be together with him again. Easter was always a great day for our family too. God called my nephew and my Dad home last year so it will never be the same.

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Beverly Loverin IIIChallice Finicum Finch I love reading these plz remember when you have enough…a book

Hello Beverly Neighbours I am sorry about your dad and nephew

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Day 59: My dad was murdered two months ago and his good friends who dared stand for freedom next to him are still being held in prison. It feels like as time goes on it gets harder and harder. Like when will we finally stop crying on the daily? I am over that, but when someone is so much apart of your everyday life and then their gone you miss them everyday. I have picked up the phone to call my dad a million times only to remember he won’t pick up. I often wonder what my dad would think of this or that… My dad was a great man and a great dad. My heart aches. I often feel like a little girl lost without her daddy. I know I am almost 25 but right now I feel like my emotional maturity is around 7. I just want to snuggle up to my dad and hear him read a story or teach me something random. One of the most comforting things during this whole grieving process was having men who reminded me of my dad around. Just sitting on the couch, playing games, or just working. I miss my uncle Guy Finicum just being present and while texas is a far off drive to have him come sit on my couch I am grateful for my hubby’s boss who reminds me terribly of my dad… My younger tougher dad before he got all mushy… And is over often to help my husband train new reps and play games. God still does take care of us, which you can see all around if you care to.

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Day 58: My Dad was a great joke teller… Sadly that gene did not pass on to me. There was three in particular that I remember him telling us often.

1. There was once a wide mouth frog. She had babies and she didn’t know what
to feed them. She went to the cow, talking with her mouth real wide, she
said, “COW, WHAT DO YOU FEED YOUR BABIES?” The Cow said, “I feed my babies
milk.” She went on to the horse. Talking with her mouth real wide, she
said, “HORSE, WHAT DO YOU FEED YOUR BABIES?” “I feed my babies hay.” said
the horse. Finally she came to a snake. Talking with her mouth real wide,
she said, “SNAKE, WHAT DO YOU FEED YOUR BABIES?” The snake said, “I feed
my babies wide mouth frogs.” So the frog said, with her mouth really
small, “Oh, is that so.”

2. A blonde gets a job painting lines on the highway. At the end of the first day, her supervisor is impressed. “Wow!” he says. “You did eight miles today! That’s amazing!”

The second day, the blonde’s production is down to four miles. “Still pretty darn good,” the supervisor says.

On the third day, the blonde only does two miles. The supervisor calls her into the office. “What’s going on?” he asks. “The first day you did great with eight miles, then yesterday you were down to four, and today you only managed two. What’s the problem?”

The blonde rolls her eyes and says “Duh! The paint bucket keeps getting farther away!”

3. A new sailor joins a crew and he notices that randomly a number gets thrown out by a crew mate and everyone laughs. At first he didn’t think much of it and laughed along. After a while of random numbers and laughter he asks one of his mates what was so funny about numbers? The man answered that they had all been apart of the crew so long and told the jokes so often that they just started to number them instead and save time. So each number correlated with a specific joke. Thinking that was cleaver he decided to yell out 22, since that one had obviously been a favorite of the crews… As he yelled it out he waited for the laughter but none came. So he decided to throw out another one… Still nothing. Finally someone else threw one out and the crew laugh. The new sailor asked the man what he did wrong… He replied, “well some ppl just know how to tell a joke.”

Those are not exact but those were some of his favorites. He was also a huge fan of riddles. We spent many many car trips trying to figure out his riddles. I think he would laugh harder at his own jokes then others but his eyes would just light up. We loved to hear his laughter.

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Day 56: My dad loved Christmas trees. As a child he dreamed of a huge tall tree, but always felt his parents got the scrawny one. I can remember some of my favorite memories was going out as a family and looking for a tree. Usually it was coupled by roosted marshmallows and hot dogs. We would all find one then dad would chop it down and we would have a beautiful tree. When I was living in the little White House I was about nine months pregnant and my dad had invited me to go get a Christmas tree with the family. We went out had hot chocolate, marshmallows, and hot dogs. We played games with Diamond and talked around the fire. On the way back they found a nice tree(little did we know it had two huge bald spots) and then I decided that I wanted a small tree for our house as well. So I asked dad and he of course obliged. Little did I know the small tree I found was actually a lot bigger and we had quite the experience trying to ram that thing through the small door. I was so grateful for my tree!! Another wonderful tree was the biggest tree I had ever seen!! As I complimented dad he talked about how he finally had his dream tree. It yeah very very high and was big and fat around. Finally my dad asked if there was anything strange to me about the tree. Confused I inspected it more closely and still didn’t see anything off. He finally admitted that it wasn’t just one tree but two. He wanted his dream tree so bad that he basically invented it lol. He had fastened one tree on top of the other and everyone that visited couldn’t even tell.
It was a great lesson to me. My dad could have waited to find his dream tree, but instead he put forth the effort to create it. If he had waited around he would have never had his dream tree and would have been murdered long before he found his perfect tree. However, my dad wasn’t a man to wait around. He not only dreamed, but he acted and achieved those dreams whatever way possible.

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Nikki HartmanBeautiful memories. Sending you prayers of comfort and love! !

Thank YOU LORD.. Please rescue your children.. The patriots. I trust you LORD. Please protect your children. Thank YOU!! Jeanette FinicumCarol Bundy

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Day 52: My dad let us take off his boots!! As young children we would compete with eAch other of who would be able to take dads boots off when he got home. Sadly he only had two feet and many more Children then that, but when it was your turn it was like an amusement ride. He would felt his boot to make it difficult for us to pull his boot off and when we were pulling with all he strength of our little frames giving our mightiest effort he would point his toe and the boot would come flying off as you tumbled across the room. There were many bruises to be had as we bumped into tables, walls, bed frames and who knows what else, but it was worth every ouch of pain. We would giggle loudly. Try and exaggerate our follies and him and mom would laugh. Oh how my dad loved to laugh at his own teasing. I think that was the most common way to get his sincere childlike laugh that we all dearly loved. His eyes sparkled and it was the best. The last time I can remember taking his boots off was when we lived in Santa Fe or Albuquerque and I was 1st grade

Day 46: My dad adopted another son right before he died; Adrian Sewell. For those of you who do not know him he is the New Mexico rancher who also “fired” the BLM. My dad taught many ppl the principles he stood on and why “firing” the BLM was not only our right but duty as an American citizen. Many understood the principles, but lacked the courage and clarity to follow through. Some however did follow through. It is hard to stand when no one else is standing. Can you imagine the mental turmoil that my dad might have gone through? Wondering if the had just put his life and livelihood on the line and wondering if anyone would care? He even put his children’s life on the line? Can you imagine the anguish as a parent that you did this and America wouldn’t even care… Or worse hate and threaten us because of it. My dad was relieved and profoundly excited when others took the courage to stand forward. He was excited when this rancher from New Mexico contacted him out of the blue telling him he would. He called several times making sure Adrian was still going to make it, slightly worried. When Adrian finally arrived my dad probably felt like a proud parent when one of your children makes a monumentally right choice. I am so grateful that there are those that were willing to face Goliath with my father. He would have done it alone but the hope it gave him makes my heart swell with gratitude for each of these ranchers. As a daughter the hardest feeling was not being able to be there with him. Holding his hand so he wasn’t alone and reassuring him that the fight would go on. These ranchers; Adrian gave him this hope that even as he died he didn’t have to die hopeless.
Now because of Adrian Sewell courage he has become a target. He is the father to a young and beautiful family. He has a sweetheart of a wife who I personally was able to meet. Let’s keep this family in our thoughts and prayers as he continues he battle my dad died for. Let’s keep our eyes open and show the federal government that we are one and that they cannot divide and conquer us. If they move on then we will be there and aware. The greatest threat to tyranny is education and part of that education is watching. The government likes to do their dirty work when no one is watching so let’s watch so that hey can’t and if they do so that we can hold them accountable as with my daddy. Good day America. This is one Cowboys daughter. C C F

Also he has a page called Save Our American Ranchers that he gives information out on. Great resource

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Day 55: my dad danced with my mom, Jeanette Finicum. I remember distinctly once after we had gone to bed at an apartment in Santa Fe, hearing music softly playing. I quietly escaped my room trying to sneakily go and see what was happening. Peeking around the corner I watched my mom and dad dance to come country song. They looked so content and happy that it had made my heart feel so happy and secure. I watched them for a while and I can’t remember if I fell asleep got caught or what. I was very young at the time.
Children learn so much as they watch the interaction between their parents; for better or for the worse. That night still speaks peace to my heart and I cherish the memories of when my dad cherished my mom.
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Day 50: My dad loved to explore! Today is a harder day for me so I asked my awesome brother about his memory of some pictures he sent us. So the following memory is from my brother Mitch Thomas Purviance:

“one of my favorite thing we always did with dad was explore . Dad loved the outdoors and always invited us to spend time with him while doing it. I remember me, grandpa, dad and the one of the foster children went to explore a cave that was recently opened up due to a heavy rains and slipping rock. We spent most of the morning on horseback and just talked and had fun. We finally arrive at the foot of the mountain, tied the horses up and climbed to it. From the top was gorgeous you could see for miles. we explored the caves and and found that animals and such had already used it. On our way back down we paused and just took in the scenery. It makes you realize that there are much greater things than yourself. Simple trips like these with family always make the bonds grow stronger. They help to make you inderstand how important family is. ”
~Mitch one Cowboys son M T F P
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Day 49: My dad loved to do dishes by hand. After most of the kids had grown up and had their own babies my dad started to do a lot more dishes, because he enjoyed it. He often commented about the feelings of contentment he felt as he washed dishes by hand. He was grateful for the warm water on a cold winters day, watching his children and grandchild interact in the living room, singing hymns by himself or with us children, I would often have conversations with him while I helped or looked in with my arms full of children. Those conversations would range from random chatter and evoke into something more deep and meaningful. I loved those moments where we could just talk and joke in the kitchen and I cherish the homey feeling it have to have my dad happily doing dishes. My dad was funny about dishes. He had a very particular way of washing them. (I take after my mom with dishes…. Clean rag and lots of soap) according to him you had I fill the sink first and then put in the soap so that you didn’t have crazy(awesome) bubbles and get your rinse water all bubbly. Then he never believed that rags stunk. Have you ever use a dirty rag and it just made your hands stink??! I dislike that so much. My dad believed we just made that up. I honestly wonder if his sense of smell was broken. It is a small thing, but I think that is why it has left such an impression. My dad was joyfully grateful for what God has blessed him with. You could see it in his eyes as he washed dishes. He was a lucky man he would say; just like Job. Blessed with the most fair daughters in all the land.

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Nikki HartmanYou had an amazing daddy! !

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Ian HanleyAllie Jay this is what’s up. LaVoys daughter.

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Lewis Polley 4 your family and friends, Challice! 🇨🇱🇺🇸

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Paula HartFunny how such a simple, ordinary thing like washing dishes, can become such a special memory. Thank you for sharing this. It means a lot to those of us who never had the privilege of meeting him, and allows us to know the man that touched all our hearts. (Hugs)

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Mercy HussYes he was blessed with such beautiful and strong and valiant daughters… and you were blessed to have him as a father. But you are right and he was wrong about one thing, the rags! I hate that too! I change mine out every day. smile emoticon

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LynNae Talbot PenaThank you Challice Finicum Finch |your dad and my dad were so very much alike. It’s been 8 years since he pasted and I miss him more today then 8 years ago. I wish I would have started what you have everyday to remember yours. So thank you thank you

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Erin BeidlAwwwwwwwwwwww another sweet precious story heart emoticon I enjoy them ALL

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Ian HanleyI do too. It humbles me as a father, and makes me step up my game for my boys sake.

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Yvonne Reed StuartHow wonderful to have these beautiful memories of your dad. And even more beautiful to share them with us. So moving and such a blessing to us all. Thank you so much Challice Finicum Finch. You are making your father very proud.

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Luke StatzerWhat a great honor it is to be your friend and read all of these Beautiful Stories god bless that man wish I had the honor and pleasure of meeting him GOD BLESS THE FINICUM FAMILY

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James WieckI’m in trouble if my wife sees this one 😎

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Robert MooreYou were all right. You were so “lucky” to have this “lucky man” . I had plans to meet him but only made the viewing. It helped me in a strange way. It was something I felt I needed to do. How does one man seem so perfect. I guess with lots of work including reading, writing, and Prayer. I believe he feels our love. I pray for your family. May God Bless you and your family.

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Billie Dickison
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Billie DickisonJust wonderful, thanks for telling us about this! I have always loved washing dishes also.

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Cheri Wallace
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Cheri WallaceGod Bless You Darling Daughter of a National Hero.

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Rerisi Rer
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Rerisi RerAch my , ma’am ……beauty-full….God’s Blessings …with you All.

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Mike Dominique
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Mike DominiqueI wish you could write a book with each one of these days, with a scripture for each day.
He was definitely a Man among Men. I look forward to reading these everyday. Thank you Challice Finicum Finch

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Challice Finicum Finch
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Challice Finicum FinchI do plan on writing a book with them all. But I love the scripture idea. I might add that

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Teresa Brookshire
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Teresa BrookshireSome of the best conversations take place over the kitchen sink. At the time, we don’t realize how precious those moments are. And YES, they do get stinky!

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Roger Livermore
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Roger LivermoreYour Dad was a Great Man!! God Bless You and your Family!

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Stephanie G White
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Stephanie G WhiteA amazing man

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Sherry D Perkins
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Sherry D PerkinsLol and dirty rags do stink lol. What a wonderful memory🇺🇸

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Sara Lantz Kersh
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Sara Lantz Kersh thank you for sharing

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Chad Tennant
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Chad TennantYour making me have a great day… every day… I read these it makes me reflect. ..remember. .. miss family. … thanks again so much for this look into your life

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Bonnie Bundy Backus
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Bonnie Bundy BackusAlways hold the memories in your heart. Such beautiful years..

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Lisa Huber Zimmer
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Lisa Huber ZimmerSuch a down to earth man. It’s the little things in life that make the memories so special

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Karen Drum
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Karen DrumI love reading these each day. I can get to know your Dad, a man I truly wish I had met in person and had personally known. Thanks again Challice for sharing this wonderful man with us.

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Amanda Harrison
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Amanda HarrisonThank you, for sharing all these memories it feels my heart with such a warmth to be able to hear the wonderful things your father did, it is so amazing of you to share. God Bless You.

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Daryl Spencer
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Daryl Spenceri like it too!

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Robin Gerhart
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Robin GerhartConveniences often take away the personal close time we would spend with family, just like washing dishes. Your Dad knew it would create special times with his children when he washed them by hand. His love for all blessings was evident every day in his life. He truly left a rich heritage

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Deborah Smith
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Deborah SmithMy Wesley got to meet your dad……he was such an amazing man….wished I could have met him…but love reading your posts.Its really like we all know him,,,definitely an American Hero!!!!

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Challice Finicum Finch
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Challice Finicum FinchLol when you said my Wesley I thought of princess bride. Please tell me your nickname is buttercup! wink emoticon

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Deborah Smith
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Deborah SmithLol said that because don’t know if you have him on your page but he was on the way back there when it all happened!!!

Cindy Wisner

Day 41: My dad was murdered. At times I can pretend that he is still living and just up at his ranch which is why I cannot personally call him, but today I was reminded all to real that my dad is indeed dead and he didn’t just die he was murdered. This is the hardest day I have experienced since the release of the crappy drone footage. Watching the last few minutes before my dad was murdered and then hearing the bullets that were fired ending his life was a lot to bear. How do we live in such a oppressive government that uses militant forces to govern or better said RULE us? How are we just accepting this? Our government uses massive force against US citizens, but then uses little to nothing… Or aids foreign entities. Why is the American ppl the ones looked down on by their own government? The government looks at us and wants us to feel bad about who we are. My dad taught me to stand up and own who I am. So who am I? A daughter of a Supreme Creator. A daughter of a murdered American hero. A blessed wife to an aspiring and gentle giant of a man. A lucky mother of a tribe of 4 hooligans. I am a patriot who will uphold the constitution and teach others todo the same. I defy those who seek to tear this great nation down and hide their criminals acts. I am endowed with power from on high to defend freedom as is anyone who choose to put their faith in God and stand. I will look my father in the eyes one day and proudly tell him that I stood. I will not be ashamed, because I will not hide and fear a mobster government. I am the master of my fate and the captain of my soul! With God by my side whom shall I fear?

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Nicole Gonzalez
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Nicole GonzalezBeautifully said Challice.

Lisa Kusmierz
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Lisa KusmierzThe LORD is the stronghold of my life– of whom shall I be afraid? 🏽 you have got this! Stay strong

Ed Davis
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Ed DavisHe’s still living dear.

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Shari SullivanI can not imagine how you feel watching the video it had me in tears and shaking so mad at what he went through. Bless your heart and your family your words of wisdom are clear and profoundly true. I admire you and your family. I stand with you in your fight for justice we will not be silenced, we will stand strong, and we will never forget!!!

Audrey Burton
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Audrey BurtonWe will continue to educate as I hope he would have wanted. As always our prayers are with you

Clarence Oconner
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Clarence OconnerI am here if needed

Luke Statzer
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Luke StatzerOhh trust me honey there is a few of us that are willing to die to fight back its just a matter of time now

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Andrew Jewell
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Andrew JewellYou are an inspiring speaker, and a strong woman your dad is proud of. You know, you’ve become a leader and spokeswoman for what is True and Right. We stand, with you, for Freedom.

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Elizabeth BellAmen Challice. I cried all over again today as if it was the 1st day I learned of his planned assassination. I can’t even bear the thought of how you must have felt watching this today. It’s all surreal. You are a strong young lady. Always stand strong in GOD’s strength. Much love out to you and your family always.

Glenn Hunt
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Glenn HuntI applaud your bravery and I share your outrage and fury at this act of murderous cowardice. May the Lord continue to strengthen and guide you.

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RW FanireI`ve thought of you and your Family all day , knowing that the lies were coming .
My Heart broke for you all , when I saw the video .
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Roger Schofield
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Roger SchofieldGod Bless you and your family!!! You are in my Prayers!!!

Sara Lantz Kersh
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Sara Lantz KershLove you sweet Challice Finicum Finch my heart and soul still is hurting

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Amy WillettsPraying for strength and endurance for you and your family!!!

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Scott BannisterHe is still here with us. Listen Liberty is Growing Fast and Strong I miss your dad very much I can only imagine how you feel. Stay strong with the Lord and We will prevail love you sister God Bless

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Shirley LangleyI cannot imagine having to live through what you are on a daily basis. I cannot even read what the media puts out there (there bias views) and how so called law enforcement tries to justify their every move that day. I pray for your whole family for See More

James Miller
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James MillerI watched the video of cell phone and he was murdered!

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Nikki HartmanI have been praying more today for you and your family! ! Prayers of comfort and love! !

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Bob WellsGod Bless you Challice this has to be so unbelievably surreal for you. You are so strong I cant imagine going through your pain and I hope I haven’t in any way added to your hurt or pain in reacting to this outrageous terrible act…My wife could not stand to watch the video it upset her too much…I dont know wht to say

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Twyla Monson LewisMy heart hurts for you, sweetie. I wish I had answers for you, but don’t. There are no words that can take your pain. But know that Jesus is carrying you when you can’t walk. Lean on Him and let His peace minister to you and only He can. If there were only a way to take your pain from you……..

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Joseph C DererThe drone footage is a snuff movie… just like when jfk was assassinated… they want the world to know what happens when you stand for something…

Bonnie Bundy Backus
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Bonnie Bundy BackusI knew today would be tuff. I prayed for your fAmily to have strength.love you girl and know we are standing with you also .

Thomas Beckler
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Thomas BecklerIs completely breaks my heart to watch this I wanted to be with them but I had a house fire and needed to stay behind with my family!!!! I was actually leaving to go up there on New Year’s day but we had a fire New Year’s eve sorry but this really breaks my heart!!!

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Chuck HandcockI’m at a loss for words. Sent you a message earlier, in the heat of the moment. Still very frustrated, angry, impotent.
Sorry you had to watch that honey. We all send our love & prayers.
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Tim Puckett
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Tim PuckettThis is what will bring us to the end of this system of things praise God the end is at hand

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Jody Officer
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Jody OfficerThere’s so many of us that also watched this and felt pain. Heartache. Anger. It makes my blood boil. All we can hope to do is educate more of the brainwashed ppl to our evil govt. I’m heart sick over this. My prayers go out to you and your family.

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Andrea Burns GlassI was shaking this afternoon as I watched the lies being told about your father. I am shocked and appalled at how a man so loyal and devoted to this country is being so villainized while others who commit heinous acts are protected. I felt it fitting that we are on chapter 21 of your father’s book tonight. The vile traitors have made their move, it is time for justice to tear them down.

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Alan EcholsAmen. Ours is not to judge but to recognize truth and point out lies.

Neil Lamonds III
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Neil Lamonds IIII stand with you and your family. I cry justice for the murder of your father and patriot LaVoy Finicum. I hope one day there will be a great rising of the American people and the oppression stops! I continue to pray for you and your family.

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Thomas BecklerLavoy is the bravest man on earth I wish I would’ve gotten to shake his hand that kind of bravery is one in 10,000 according to the Bible

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Joe Haines IIII stand shoulder to shoulder with you and your family.

Herb Wells
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Herb WellsYou are such a strong lady. Real Americans stand with you

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Michael HatziI stand with you

Tripp Jameson
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Tripp JamesonUNITED AS 1 DIVIDED BY ZERO AMERICANS WE STAND TAKE NO SHIT

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Thomas Beckler
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Thomas BecklerGod will rise up and I do want to be a part of it willing to give my life for justice just as Lavoy didsucks because I have a family and children also but somebody needs to stand up and speak out against tyranny

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Carol BushSending love and angels to guide you
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Nicole Cox
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Nicole CoxYour father lives in all of us stronger than ever! I cannot imagine what it would be like to watch those videos. I can only see the ripple effect he has had on all of us! We stand with you, and what your father stands for! We are picking up where he left off. Only, I know he is right there with us every step of the way! He paved the way for all of us, we will make America great again!

Joe Heffernan
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Joe Heffernangod bless you and your mother, I hear the DOJ are going to investigate it??

James Hickerson
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James HickersonYour Dad was as brave as any man on a battle field. He instilled that confidence and strength in you girls. It’s inspiring. You guys do him proud.💫🇺🇸

 

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Topher JustisDon’t worry, we’re all here for you and your family. In any way possible. People all over the world will and have seen the the prof today on out. More and more people are waking up. And it’s all thanks to the Bundy’s and most importantly your father. GSee More

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Dave CluffWell said. I still can’t comment.

 

Beverly Rude
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Beverly RudeI could never imagine what you and your family have had to endure through this senseless deliberate act. Keep your precious faith and God will see you through. This story has just begun. My prayers are with you.

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Dave HeyzuesI happen to notice the song he turned up when he was sitting there ponder rather to take off or not……. </3 Your momma must have crossed his mind for him to turn that 1 up.

Shannon Saunders
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Shannon SaundersI didn’t watch this video at first because I was at your house. I watched it tonight with Tim and I am so lost for words. I don’t even know what to say. I (((HUG))) you tight every night before I leave your house to come home. Because I want you too feSee More

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Cindy Wisner
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Cindy Wisnerhow can I get that book plz

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Challice Finicum Finchhttps://www.facebook.com/cowboystand/

You can get it from this link

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 I fully support my mothers statement. It was far from justified and we will not be pacified by selective information. We want the whole truth

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Day 37: My dad loved to read to us as children… And since we were always children to him he read to us even when we had our own children. Andrea Burns Glass reminded me of this tonight when she told me that they decided as a family to read my dads book together in the evenings instead of watching TV. In my life there are 4 distinct time periods of readings.

1. The little house on the prairie- once upon a time my family was very very dirt poor and because my parents were fiercely independent instead of living off welfare we lived in a house with no running water or electricity. Over the course of some time we did get some solar panels that would last half a movie and gravity flow water that we had to refill often.(moving up in the world!!) so at night, since the batteries didn’t hold enough juice for one movie, we were often found scattered around the floor by my dads feet or cuddled up to my mom on the couch as my dad read the little house on the prairie series by the light of a kerosene lamp. For those who do not know what that is… Go watch an old movie and look at the lighting they had. We loved those stories as kids especially since we could relate because of our living conditions!!

2. Family scripture study- almost everyday we would read scriptures as a family but my dad was so good at teaching us while we read and breaking it down so that we could understand. He would also ask questions to keep us engaged and when you got a right answer he made you feel like a million bucks.

3. Louis L’Amour- While out on cattle drives or camping he would always take our a Louis L’Amour book that we would read. Sitting around a camp fire probably hurting our eyes we would read. There was one we were reading called Guns of the Timberland and I still don’t think we finished it. We lost it and looked all over for it. Maybe he found it and finished it, but I cannot ask him now. I hope he did because I knew it drove him crazy to lose things.

4. Constitutional, freedom, last days, etc writings- I felt like every time I came home my dad had a new thing to read and teach us about God, freedom, and the pursuit to fight for both. Each piece of writing he read was followed by a two hour discourse. I loved to sit at his feet and learn and y’all and discuss. The knowledge he had was so immense, but he made it simple for even a child to understand. And when he spoke it was captivating because of the passion and spirit he spoke with. Many of you know because you have felt him piece you to the soul with his words. I am truly blessed to call that great hero: DAD.
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Robin Gerhart Reading to our children and helping them have a love for books/scripture is one of the great gifts parents should share! Your Dad had many important values that need to be discovered and brought back to families now

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Linda Hurlbert White Poulton Good Morning and Thank you again for sharing more wonderful times with your Dad. I am sure there are many of us, who wish we could have had a loving family like yours. Take note of what Challice is sharing and pass Lavoy’s kindness and wisdom onto others..

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Chad Tennant Every word is to the core….. MADE MY DAY!

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Just my opinion, if you truly understand this flag code then you would be flying your flag in this manner

Day 36: My dad self educated himself. I feel like many of us under estimate the power of education. The reason my dad was able to take the stand he did and influence all the ppl he did was because he spent hours educating himself. I believe it is important to bare arms as a protection, but without education you do not fully know what you are protecting and because you do not know, you are in great danger of losing the very thing you are trying to protect. Why are so many willing to put their life on the line, but not their time? Don’t you think that, if you are willing to die for it that you should spend as much time and effort to learn about it and share that knowledge? The amount of books, documents, and prayer my dad put into learning was awe inspiring and rightly so. The true power that can overthrow a tyrannical government isn’t just guns… It is education! I plead with you all to further your education and that doesn’t necessarily mean structured schooling. There are many ways to do this. Find one and commit to be a life long student. The more you learn the more power you have to be a force for good in this world.

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Day 41: My dad was murdered. At times I can pretend that he is still living and just up at his ranch which is why I cannot personally call him, but today I was reminded all to real that my dad is indeed dead and he didn’t just die he was murdered. This is the hardest day I have experienced since the release of the crappy drone footage. Watching the last few minutes before my dad was murdered and then hearing the bullets that were fired ending his life was a lot to bear. How do we live in such a oppressive government that uses militant forces to govern or better said RULE us? How are we just accepting this? Our government uses massive force against US citizens, but then uses little to nothing… Or aids foreign entities. Why is the American ppl the ones looked down on by their own government? The government looks at us and wants us to feel bad about who we are. My dad taught me to stand up and own who I am. So who am I? A daughter of a Supreme Creator. A daughter of a murdered American hero. A blessed wife to an aspiring and gentle giant of a man. A lucky mother of a tribe of 4 hooligans. I am a patriot who will uphold the constitution and teach others todo the same. I defy those who seek to tear this great nation down and hide their criminals acts. I am endowed with power from on high to defend freedom as is anyone who choose to put their faith in God and stand. I will look my father in the eyes one day and proudly tell him that I stood. I will not be ashamed, because I will not hide and fear a mobster government. I am the master of my fate and the captain of my soul! With God by my side whom shall I fear?

 

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