We are a Tehama County grassroots coalition uniting patriots in the support and pursuit of individual freedom, liberty and sovereignty.
- Create – A network for freedom seeking and supportive individuals.
- Educate – On priority issues and concerns.
- Inform – On priority issues and concerns.
- Provide – Resources that support current issues.
- Act – In a peaceful, organized and direct manner to affect /influence /maintain policies and practices that are founded in freedom and liberty.
Our Core Values
- Truth – we seek truth.
- Courage – we recognize that there are times when we are called upon to act.
- Perseverance – we acknowledge that liberty and freedom are a right that must be defended.
- Purpose – we declare that each individual has purpose and power to affect change
- Service – we support and honor one another
- Leadership – we humbly and confidently accept the responsibility to provide leadership in this mission and encourage the leadership of others to make their valuable contributions to the cause for freedom.
Our Guiding Principles
- We communicate openly & honestly.
- We are transparent in our speech and actions.
- We act with integrity and follow ethical practices in all aspects of our work. We avoid conflicts of interest.
- We honor the intent of those who give of their time and finances to our efforts.
- We endeavor to include the perspectives, opinions and experiences of those in our community.
- We are accessible to our community and build constructive relationships based on mutual respect and candor.
- We have no affiliation with people or organizations who promote or instigate violent activities or threatening speech.
In Sept 2020, the Tehama Board of Supervisors were considering a covid penalty ordinance, which would allow for certain positions to cite and fine both businesses and individuals not complying with the state covid guidelines.
Shawn Greer learned about this the evening before the scheduled board meeting and created a public FB group to discuss this issue with friends who were having the same concerns. By morning, over 1,000 people had joined.
A large group attended the board meeting and many of us spoke. Our Supervisors heard us and tabled the ordinance.
We now have over 2,000 members. We continue to speak at various public agency meetings, we hold rally’s & protests, and we seek out ways to align with our fellow community members.