Project Chesapeake seeks to educate the uninformed and prepare them for the uncertain times ahead. In troubling times the only asset you may be able to count on is yourself and this will require extensive knowledge on your part. A man can only go as far as his mind will take him. The journey we are about to embark on will be a long and treacherous one, so let us prepare.

  1. Here is something easy and fun we can do this Fall:

  2. I was not able to leave comments directly on your recent article on 12V power systems but thought you might like this (related stuff.) See http://terminus.attitude.net/power-systems

  3. Thank you

  4. I just want to thank you SO MUCH for your writings. My eyes have been opened for a while now and I enjoy reading your material the most. Your writing is perfect. You’re a fantastic messenger. Thank you again.

  5. Philip J Klump

    How can I have Tom Chatham contact me? He and I share identical thoughts on what is coming to our country and I would like to connect with him.

  6. Glad to hear it. My articles are meant to make people think. That is the first step to solving our problems.

  7. Ran across your articles and like what you write. However, main reason I am writing is to find out if you are related to any Chathams that originated in Mississippi (or Alabama) and branched out to Oklahoma, Missouri, California, Colorado, and possibly other western states. Just wondering if we are related.

  8. If you’re a Chatham we’re related somewhere along the line. The first Chathams came to America in the early 1700’s. My branch lived near Salisbury, Md. and moved to Va. in the early 1800’s and this is where a lot of us have been since then. I ran into a Chatham at Ft. Sill in 1983, he was a driving instructor there, and I think he was from the Midwest. In any case it’s good to hear from you.

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