Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose. (The more things change, the more they stay the same.)
In order to get it in under the deadline -- i.e., before the year is up -- this morning I must go to the Birmingham Public Library Archives, sign the papers, and begin the process of donating my Constitutional militia period papers, the years roughly 1992-2006. By agreement, they will not be available to interested parties until January 2014 (it will take them that long to process, sort and categorize them). Going through them has been a real trip down memory lane. There are email exchanges from PIML, early militia organizational documents, lots of stuff on the private investigation of the Oklahoma City Bombing, probably close to ten or twelve filing cabinets worth, at least, after we winnow out and discard the duplicates. (A process that my daughters are helping with.) Most interesting is the stuff regarding the 90s and the cover-up artists of the Clinton Administration such as Eric Holder and Janet Napolitano, who did an admirable job (from their point of view) on Ruby Ridge, Waco and Oklahoma City, most of whom now seem to be in even higher up positions in the Obama Administration and tied into Gunwalker and PATCON. I will have more on that later today.