South Carolina Sons of Liberty


South Carolina Sons of Liberty

Members: 110
Latest Activity: Jan 22

We are freedom-loving motorcycle riders who are dedicated to preserving the ideals on which this country was founded. We strive to encourage our law makers to reduce government and adhere to the principles of least government and Natural Rights. We promote education of the US Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. We join events where we can promote and celebrate the freedoms we enjoy in this country.

South Carolina State Leadership:
President -Bill (Blu) Johnston -  864-982-4329

Vice President - Mac (McDoc) McKinney - 864-760-7566

Road Captain- William (Cap'n Bill) Walker 803-422-3332

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Discussion Forum

What Makes America Great? 10 Replies

Started by Bill (Blu) Johnston (SC). Last reply by Shipp "Shippreck" (NC) Apr 19, 2018.

Personhood Bill and the Right to Life 7 Replies

Started by Bill (Blu) Johnston (SC). Last reply by Bill (Blu) Johnston (SC) Apr 14, 2018.

Article V Convention of the States -- Good or Bad??? 15 Replies

Started by Bill (Blu) Johnston (SC). Last reply by Shipp "Shippreck" (NC) Nov 3, 2017.

Comment Wall


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Comment by Bill (Blu) Johnston (SC) on October 11, 2018 at 6:37pm

About camping at Lake greenwood, I was thinking Fri Oct 19. The campground requires a minimum two nights stay. Also, only two tents allowed per site. So two families can get in one site.

Also, I haven't reserved yet. When I checked there were a limited number of sites available.

Anyway, Doc it sounds like you are in. Anyone else???


Comment by Bill (Blu) Johnston (SC) on October 11, 2018 at 6:34pm

Frank, welcome back, and congratulations for finding the right lady! Glad she made you an official South Carolinian! :-) 

Comment by Mac "Mc-Doc" McKinney on October 9, 2018 at 8:37am

Frank, Welcome back....I can appreciate what you are going through..I came back to SC after 10+ years over seas (Germany),with a new wife and just a Toyota MR2 to my name. Spent plenty of time collecting whole baggage and household goods in Charleston. Get settled in and keep in touch.. 


Comment by Mac "Mc-Doc" McKinney on October 9, 2018 at 8:29am

Blu, October at Lake Greenwood sounds great to me...Daughters wedding is over and now I have some free time on my hands. LOL

Comment by Dr. Dan Eichenbaum on October 8, 2018 at 10:44pm


Welcome back.  I am looking forward to getting together with you.  For geographical reasons, NC, SC, GA, and AL are planning rides and events together.  I suggest you join our group (NC) as well as the GA and AL SoLR groups.

In addition, we are using a cell phone app to share information locally.  Here is how to get started:

Here's how to sign up for SOUTH EAST RIDERS Team App:

We now have our own Smartphone App, called Team App.

The riding group is called “South East Riders”.

It's 100% FREE.  It'll keep you up-to-date with news, events, rides, schedules and much more. To get the full features of this App you need to download Team App onto your smartphone (

Launch Team App, then:

1. Sign-up to Team App. You'll be sent an email to confirm your registration.

2. Log in and search for “South East Riders” to become a member.

Dr. Dan

President NC-SoLR

Comment by Frank Fortner on October 8, 2018 at 10:08pm
Hey all, been out of the loop for like 3 years. I was stationed overseas. I'm back, and my scoot arrives this week in a crate. What can I do to Make America great again? Oh, and due to the little lady who stole my heart, I am officially a South Carolinian ( not just stationed here) , and even bought a house here....
Comment by Dr. Dan Eichenbaum on October 8, 2018 at 6:17pm


The 6th Annual Benghazi-Twin Towers Memorial Ride and Veterans Program on Sept 15 was an enormous success.  We had over 80 bikes for the 50 mile escorted ride that ended up for live music, food, and a great patriotic program at the Band of Brothers Memorial Park in Murphy, NC.  The speaker was a US Marine Corps Counter Insurgency specialist who also gave a 3 hour seminar on that subject the following afternoon. 

Next year, the Benghazi Ride will be combined with the Sheriff's Veterans Appreciation Day event.

Cannot make the ride this weekend.  My wife are I are going to the Deep Blues Festival in Clarksdale, Mississippi.

But I will plan another group ride to a common location for November after the election (hopefully a "celebration" ride).

The greatest gift Trump can give America is a Supreme Court majority of texturalist judges.  We are 5 - 4 now, but I certainly would like a cushion.  The Supreme Court is the primary tool of the collectivist left to fundamentally change America without the approval of the citizens.  Trump just put an end to that.  Hopefully, we will have another one or two opportunities to load up the Supreme Court with constitutionalists (texturalists).  That will really send the left off the cliff, so we may need to muster the troops again when that happens, not to mention if they don't win in November.

Dr. Dan

Comment by Bill (Blu) Johnston (SC) on October 8, 2018 at 5:14pm

SC SOLR, it's been too long with nut'in going on.

That stands to reason, though. We now have a president that believes adamantly in elementary American norms - the US Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. So, just like the 18th century SOL, after independence was gained, they went home.

But who knows when we need to muster troops agin! So let's keep rallying every now and then.

So, what say to a Sat night campout at Lake Greenwood State Park? October should be a good month for such a thing. Any takers?


Comment by Dr. Dan Eichenbaum on July 31, 2018 at 7:32pm

Our Sons of Liberty Riders Summer Fun and Fellowship Ride to the Smokin’ Pig Restaurant in Pendleton, SC, was a “yuge” success. Thanks to all our Brothers and Sisters of SoLR and ALR Posts 23 and 121 who joined together for a fantastic ride, fellowship, and great food.  Both the weather and the company were perfect. 

Regardless of the organization flag under which we ride, it is important to remember that we are all Brothers and Sisters united in our patriotism and love of America. It is my goal to have more events in which we all ride together for a common cause.

Upcoming Events:

Alabama SoLR 7th Annual Wounded Veterans Ride 

Funds raised go to support Mission 22, The Fisher House, and Alabama Service Dogs

Saturday September 8 @ 1628 2nd Avenue, NW, Cullman, Alabama

James and I are riding over Friday September 7, staying at the Comfort Inn in Cullman Friday and Saturday nights. It is about a 4.5 Hr ride from Murphy.  If anyone wants to join us, come over Thursday night and we can help with accommodations.  We do have room for a RV at the barn.

Papa Joe Alverson (AL-SoLR President) and 10 riders joined us for the Stand for the Flag/Kneel for God Ride in June, and I would like to repay their support.


6th Annual Benghazi-Twin Towers Memorial Ride Veterans Appreciation Program

Saturday September 15

LEO-Escorted Ride - Registration 0830 Hrs Hiawassee GA with KSU 1000 Hrs

Program at Band of Brothers Memorial Park Murphy NC starts at NOON

Food Music Patriotic Program

Let’s have a big turnout for this ride – Men Do Not Die Until They Are Forgotten  

Comment by Bill (Blu) Johnston (SC) on July 28, 2018 at 3:46pm

Good time had by all at The Smoking' Pig in Pendleton, SC.

CapB, Jake, and I were there from SC-SoLR. Had about eight from NC SoLR, also had about another eight or so of ALR from Hiawassee, GA.

SC-SolR discussed briefly a ride to the Low Country. When? Where? Post ideas.

NC-Solr anounced the upcoming 6th Annual Benghazi and Twin Towers Memorial Ride: Saturday, September 15; Registration 8:30-9:45, Town Square, Hiawassee, GA. KSU 10:00 AM. This is a LEO escorted ride of about 50 miles. USA flags are always in style.



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If you are NEW to SOLR:

  1. Join your state page,scroll down. Click on the name of your state and "JOIN".
  2. Contact the State President or leader.  NOT ALL STATES HAVE ONE.  If you are in a state that doesn't have leadership, get involved and try and reach out to the other members on the page.  Find another person who can help you get something going....then get involved.
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  4. If you have a question post it in the chat room.  Someone should be able to answer it for you there.  If not contact your state leader or post it as a Discussion.
  5. Have fun and get involved politically!  While we are mostly "riders" many are not and our mission is POLITICAL 1st.....

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Acta Non Verba,

Sidecar Dan-National President



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