Sentinels of Liberty


Mission: The Sentinels of Liberty is a state network of like-minded Patriots of varied backgrounds and skill sets who collectively work together to prepare for events (either of a temporary or long-term nature) that threaten the stability and security of the United States of America or the integrity of the State of Texas.

As an independent organization, we will strive to work with other states who wish to adopt our approach as independent but affiliated organizations.

We will prepare ourselves by practicing the skills we have learned and by training to learn new skills.

Our preparedness training will be conducted both in the classroom and in the field and will include any topic that would improve our capabilities to perform in a state of emergency.

We will have the capability in the event of a state of emergency to provide safety and security first to our families, secondly to our local teams, third to our communities, and to other Sentinels.


Vision: To become a state network of trained, dedicated, and highly skilled American Patriots who are willing to uphold the principles of Liberty that the United States of America was founded upon.

Comptroller and Director of IT Operations: Jim Link

Jim Link

James B. Link (a.k.a. "Jim") is a former Navy officer who currently works as a Web developer and also teaches Web Design part-time at a Dallas community college.

He studied Chemistry at the University of Virginia and received a B.A. degree in 1972. During those years at UVA he also studied some computer programming courses.

Jim served as a junior division officer on an amphibious Navy ship from 1973 to 1976.

After the Navy, Jim joined the Wycliffe Bible Translators and studied Linguistics at the University of Texas at Arlington, receiving an M.A. in 1978.

After graduation from UTA, Jim worked as a programming assistant in the Information Technology department in the Dallas office of Wycliffe. He enjoyed his return to computer programming and decided to do programming full-time. He started commercial/industry programming in 1982.

He began doing Web development in 1997, and started part-time teaching of Web Design in 2000.

Currently, Jim lives in Plano, TX, along with two cats and about a dozen fish. Jim and his deceased wife have eight children and eight grandchildren between them.

Jim still takes his Oath seriously and often engages others in Constitutional discussions and education on social media. He regards the Constitution as the best founding document ever, and also regards the current state of governmental affairs as dangerous to liberty.

Oath to the Constitution first administered: November 1972.

Favorite Quote: "The liberties of our country, the freedom of our civil constitution, are worth defending against all hazards: And it is our duty to defend them against all attacks." -- Samuel Adams