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One could say that the American Redoubt was “founded” when Montana became a State of these United States of America on November 8, 1889, just 1 year before Idaho and Wyoming.

For those who are more attached to the East Coast and can't easily migrate to the American Redoubt in the Intermountain-West, we recommend the blog of the inspirational M.D. Creekmore who posted Joel M. Skousen, Author, Strategic Relocation North American Guide to Safe Places, on the Tennessee Cumberland Plateau solution to the “The East Coast Retreat Dilemma”:

“As a relocation specialist and designer, I found safe retreat locations and helped clients develop high security homes in every state of the union and you can too. The concept that anyone caught East of the Mississippi River is doomed is only partially valid and highly exaggerated. You can achieve a significantly higher level of safety going beyond the Appalachians to the high plateau regions of Tennessee and Kentucky. This massive and relatively unpopulated area is called the Cumberland Plateau—most of which falls within the state of Tennessee.” Joel M. Skousen ( is a relocation specialist and author of “Strategic Relocation North American Guide to Safe Places.”


Kenneth W. Royce is an American author who primarily writes under the pen-name of Boston T. Party<ref></ref><ref>Prometheus2303.indd</ref> He has written non-fiction books that offer a [[conservative] Christian libertarian stance on privacy, police encounters, tax resistance and gun politics.<ref>Freedom on the frontier: Gun-toting "[[Essay:Free States Movement|Free Staters]“ make their move into the American Redoubt state of Wyoming</ref> His books are published by Javelin Press, which only publishes these works.

Royce is the founder of Free State Wyoming in the American Redoubt, is a firearms shooting instructor, self-proclaimed ”gun nut“, speaker, and the author of 13 Boston T. Party books on guns, history, law, politics, privacy, and government. His Boston's Gun Bible is a classic within the shooting community, and his novel Molon Labe! has inspired a recent strategic relocation - vote with your feet wave to the Free State of Wyoming.

He has written one fiction novel, Molôn Labé!,<ref></ref> and is one of the founders of the Free State Wyoming project in the American Redoubt.<ref>Wyoming or Bust: Boston T. Party's Q&A on Free State Wyoming by Lady Liberty - The Price of Liberty</ref> In 2005, Royce was interviewed by [[Larry Pratt] of Gun Owners of America on the nationally-syndicated Live Fire radio show, about the Free State Wyoming project.<ref></ref> He also speaks at Libertarian conferences.<ref> The Future of the Second Amendment (video of BTP talk)</ref>

One Nation, Under Surveillance is the final title from Boston T. Party, as he begins work on other books (under Kenneth W. Royce), projects, and travel.

Look for the next book by Royce, who breaks out in a new direction with this self-help book for the remedial man: Modules For Manhood - What Every Male Under 40 Must Know.<ref></ref>

Kenneth W. Royce is the author of the renowned Boston T. Party books, such as Boston's Gun Bible. A lifelong shooter and hunter, Royce shows the American deer hunter and elk hunter what it takes to plan, book, and enjoy their first African safari. Royce's experience there so far is: 3 countries, 4 safaris (one a 2×1) amongst 110 days in the field, 4 four rifles/calibers, and 40 animals collected (a third of which were stalked to within 50yds). ”Hunting is, for me, a biological, emotional, and spiritual imperative. I truly do not have a choice in the matter–nor would I ever want one.“<ref> Accessed March 28, 2014 </ref>

Mr. Royce's main issue after the Free State Wyoming project is gun rights. This Second Amendment Foundation video shows one of the main differences between liberal gun control Nanny states (Blue states) and conservative and/or libertarian Second Amendment-supporting ”free states“ (Red states):




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Kenneth W. Royce is an American author who primarily writes under the pen-name of Boston T. Party.<ref name=autogenerated3></ref><ref>Prometheus2303.indd<!-- Bot generated title --></ref> He has written non-fiction books that offer a libertarian stance on privacy, police encounters, tax resistance and gun politics.<ref name=autogenerated2>Freedom on the frontier: Gun-toting "Free Staters" make their move into Wyoming<!-- Bot generated title --></ref> His books are published by Javelin Press, which only publishes these works. He has written one fiction novel, Molôn Labé!,<ref name=autogenerated1></ref> and is one of the founders of the Free State Wyoming project.<ref name=autogenerated3 /><ref>Wyoming or Bust: Boston T. Party's Q&A on Free State Wyoming by Lady Liberty - The Price of Liberty<!-- Bot generated title --></ref><ref name=autogenerated1 /> In 2005, Royce was interviewed by Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America on the nationally-syndicated Live Fire radio show, about the Free State Wyoming project.<ref></ref> He also speaks at Libertarian conferences.<ref> The Future of the Second Amendment (video of BTP talk)</ref>

Synopsis of books

According to Royce, the Constitution was written not with the intention of creating a free society, but to create a political system of an ever-expanding Federal Government at the expense of individual rights and state prerogatives. His 1997 Hologram of Liberty led to his conclusion that only a free state movement could possibly counter the national trend of increasing regulation.<ref>Hologram of Liberty by Kenneth Royce (aka Boston T. Party) at Javelin Press<!-- Bot generated title --></ref><ref></ref><ref>The Constitution Con - An Article by Michael Tsarion. Part Two of Weapons of Mass Destruction Found...The Con of the US Constitution...The British Control of America<!-- Bot generated title --></ref>

Good-Bye April 15th details Royce's views on how the IRS has tricked millions of Americans into a limited tax jurisdiction. Published in 1992, Javelin Press announced that the title would go out of print in 2006: “Boston hates to see his first title go, but he grew weary of the tedious subject matter years ago and all the personal attention many of its readers often expected. So, he quit pushing the book, which no doubt reduced sales over time. He is very proud, however, of the book and that no reader ever contacted him with a negative experience from having used his procedures. Thus, the information (after 13 years!) has stood the test of time for thousands of readers. …Since 1992 there have happily emerged several new personalities, books, and websites on untaxation.”

You and the Police deals with how to manage encounters with police and other law enforcement personnel. Royce stresses education as the best way to have successful encounters. He claims to have developed the techniques presented in the book through repeated experiences with law enforcement. Specifically treated is how to deal with law enforcement encounters when there are firearms involved. A new version was released in 2005 with forty added pages addressing new court cases, the Patriot Act, and the (forever) War on Terrorism, and much more.

Bulletproof Privacy covers how to maintain privacy in what Royce refers to as a more dangerous time. He covers both legal methods and those of questionable (or jurisdiction-dependent) legality. This was published in 1997, and Royce wrote an updated version to deal with the Patriot Act, the Internet, and other current privacy issues. This new version, which came out in May 2009, was titled One Nation Under Surveillance.<ref> Video of BTP speaking at Libertarian conference</ref>

Boston's Gun Bible is Royce's 848 page exhaustive firearms almanac and philosophical treatise on becoming and remaining an armed citizen.<ref>Doing Freedom 'zine: Boston's Gun Bible Review<!-- Bot generated title --></ref> The last full revision was in 2002, but dozens of pages have been added or updated in the reprints of 2004, 2005, and 2006.

Boston on Surviving Y2K is a survivalist book published in 1998 about how to prepare for the then-widely expected Y2K problem and also contains general information on emergency preparedness. Surviving Doomsday (A Practical Guide) is essentially a completed version of the same book that was published in September 1999 containing much more detail than was provided in the earlier book. Both books are widely suitable for general purpose disaster preparation and planning for individuals interested in surviving a wide range of disasters.

Molôn Labé! is Royce's only work of fiction. Published in 2004, it covers his view of what could happen as a result of a libertarian migration to specific counties within a specific state.<ref name=autogenerated2 /> It is partly a blueprint for his Free State Wyoming (FSW).<ref>Boston's Molôn Labé! Hopes for Wyoming Freedom<!-- Bot generated title --></ref><ref>Boston Replies to Molôn Labé! Review<!-- Bot generated title --></ref><ref>Book Review of Molon Labe<!-- Bot generated title --></ref> In 2007, Royce told The Casper Star Tribune newspaper: ”…FSWers aren't moving to Wyoming to change it, but to preserve and enhance its culture of freedom-mindedness. The state is already a 'good fit' for us, else we wouldn't be moving there.“ <ref name=autogenerated2 />

Safari Dreams is Royce's entrance into big game hunting,<ref>N.Y. Times Bestselling Author R. A. Salvatore - Book Reviews<!-- Bot generated title --></ref> for hunting both Dangerous Game (DG) and plains animals in Africa, based on his experiences from three hunting safari trips there. Published in January 2008, it covers the adventure and reasons for big game hunting in Africa, the selection of appropriate locations along with considerable guidance regarding safety considerations among the possible choices of locations, the choice of caliber and gun to take, and hints on tipping the PH (Professional Hunter), trackers, and staff. Taxidermy, obtaining the necessary licenses and permits, and customs clearance paperwork considerations are also covered. This book is written under his own name instead of under his pseudonym of Boston T. Party, and even contains many pictures of Royce taken while preparing to go and while on safari in Africa.



  • Good-Bye April 15th, ISBN 1-888766-00-X
  • You and the Police, ISBN 1-888766-09-3
  • Bulletproof Privacy, ISBN 1-888766-02-6
  • Hologram of Liberty, ISBN 1-888766-03-4
  • Boston on Guns and Courage, ISBN 1-888766-04-2
  • Boston's Gun Bible, ISBN 1-888766-06-9
  • Boston on Surviving Y2K, ISBN 1-888766-05-0
  • Surviving Doomsday (A Practical Guide), ISBN 0-7394-0526-8
  • Safari Dreams, ISBN 1-888766-10-7


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