Yes I admit it, I was a Neo-Conservative for many years. I usually supported most of the GOP platform which included government intervention in the economy through corporate welfare and a blind adherence to an ever growing military presence in the world expanding NATO and increasing the military budget without ever questioning why we designated […]
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Originally appeared on Bingo For Patriots on 1/26/2012 and used with permission. http://www.bingoforpatriots.com/patriotic-blog Thomas Jefferson “What exactly do you know about Thomas Jefferson?” That simple question started me on a quest. It was the summer of 2011, and Congress was in the midst of the debt ceiling debate. I asked that question of my son […]
As we celebrate with our families this thanksgiving, let us remember the generation that may have left an empty chair at our family’s table. The greatest generation is leaving us and I wanted to write a story to remember a small part of that generation that was mighty in its deeds and holds one of […]
How are we the one percent? Look at how many people have walked the face of the earth (estimated at around 120 billion) and have lived in societies that had political and economic freedom. For most of civilization the 99% of the populace lived in societies where life was considered very cheap and the fruits of your toil was not your own. Most people lived in a world of violence and disease. Their short lives more often than not, existed in a place where their very flesh belonged to someone else.
Original story on Pajamas Media, Used with permission In 2001, I was a Regional Director for the Republican Party of Florida, responsible for grassroots activities in ten key Republican counties from Manatee down to Collier. A regular part of my job included attending Presidential visits to my region and providing staff support by doing whatever was […]
As the 10th anniversery of September 11th approaches I just wanted to remember a very special coworker and friend of mine when I worked at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals who perished at the World Trade Center: Jean Marie Collin. She will always be missed. God bless her soul and all the victims and their families of 9/11. God […]
This Article will also appear in the Revered Review www.thereveredreview.com Please visit this great website. A university is not a political party, and an education is not an indoctrination. -David Horowitz It has been 42 years since the Woodstock Concert, the iconic cultural peak of the rebellious sixties generation. I remember as young boy watching television […]
One of the greatest historical myths of the last century is that Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal programs pulledAmericaout of the Great Depression. In fact I, along with many historians and economists, believe the exact opposite — that FDR’s policies exacerbated the downturn and extended it for almost a decade.
The story of how the United States acquired Hawaii is one of the most shameful chapters in our history. The actions taken by a few American businessmen and their accomplicesin the federal government would have appalled and saddened many of the founders of our country since it ran against our core principles of our republic. One of the few heroes’ of this sad chapter was President Grover Cleveland.