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Let’s Make The American Family Great Again!

Let’s Make The American Family Great Again!

[ 0 ] March 10, 2016 |

When thinking about what made America so exceptional, three things in particular come to mind; the faithful courage of our ancestors, a hard work ethic, and family. All good Marxist home wreckers know that the family is America’s greatest asset and therefore their primary target. In “The Communist Manifesto” by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, […]

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Ted Cruz, More Than Just Sweet-talkin’ Son Of A Preacher Man

Ted Cruz, More Than Just Sweet-talkin’ Son Of A Preacher Man

[ 0 ] March 1, 2016 |

Practicing Christians can smell, feel and hear falsehood and are not easily fooled by its sly pretense and slick lack of authenticity. Truthfulness and sincerity do matter. Ted Cruz made a huge error when he decided to enter the ring of dirty politics by lying about other candidates stance on issues and deliberately tweeting falsehoods […]

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B.S. Socialism

B.S. Socialism

[ 0 ] February 22, 2016 |

  Like a tarnished old timepiece recently unearthed from a 1960’s underground time capsule that has suffered considerable rot, Bernie Sanders has emerged from the tainted topsoil of polluted politics to wage an impressive, impeccably timed run for the presidency. Slightly too old to be a baby boomer with his mop of snowy white hair […]

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Scalia’s Death A Slave To Desperate Men, But Not To God

Scalia’s Death A Slave To Desperate Men, But Not To God

[ 0 ] February 18, 2016 |

The late Justice Antonin Scalia, nominated by President Ronald Reagan in 1986, sat on the U.S. Supreme Court for almost thirty years. For those of us who do not discuss legal dissents or opinions over dinner, Scalia’s biggest legacy is his deep faith and devotion to his Catholic religion, a family man whose views were […]

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Roger Goodell’s Beyonce Bowl 2016

Roger Goodell’s Beyonce Bowl 2016

[ 0 ] February 11, 2016 |

There was a time in National Football League (NFL) history when the Super Bowl halftimes consisted of patriotic displays of marching bands that formed shapes of classic Americana such as an American Eagle in flight or the Liberty Bell complete with its crack. They were entertaining shows free of commercialization and political bloat, with stars […]

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Trumping Mittens And The Media

Trumping Mittens And The Media

[ 0 ] January 27, 2016 |

  Back in 2011 I wrote a book entitled “Rules For Radical Moms, How to Save America One Baby Step at a Time.” It was published just in time for the 2012 election. My idea was to counter “Rules For Radicals” authored by Saul Alinsky who dedicated his Marxist agenda filled tome to Lucifer, while […]

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The Grimm Reality of the Obama-Merkel Fairy Tale

The Grimm Reality of the Obama-Merkel Fairy Tale

[ 0 ] January 21, 2016 |

Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm often wrote about and portrayed the morbid nature of things, even in their tales that had a happy ending. The Grimm brothers grew up in an era of German Romanticism which involved loyal nationalism and a fascination with the Volk, or Germany peasantry. It was then they wrote “Nursery and Household […]

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Humble Gun Pie

Humble Gun Pie

[ 0 ] January 7, 2016 |

I attended church on Christmas day in a small town in Texas.The elderly priest there was a man of few words with a thick Polish accent, but his brief sermon brilliantly captured the true spirit of Christ and his birth by focusing on one simple thought, humbleness. Jesus entered this world in a rustic stable […]

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Priceless Gifts

Priceless Gifts

[ 0 ] December 21, 2015 |

  For my friends, the following is a children’s Christmas book I wrote and was published in 2012.  I hope you will share it with your family! Have a very Merry Christmas!                           Wishing you a New Year full of priceless gifts! See you […]

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A Soldier’s Christmas Wish

A Soldier’s Christmas Wish

[ 0 ] December 15, 2015 |

Christmas is the time of year when candle-lit windows and freshly fallen snow seem to filter and soften the rush of everyday routines, allowing the most basic blessings, faith and family, to zoom back into focus. Simple traditional activities like trimming the Christmas tree, assembling a jigsaw puzzle, and lingering in a kitchen warmed with […]

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