United We Stood, Divided We’ll Fall

News that the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage ignited joyous celebration among gays and the media. Images assaulted us on all sides, victory parades showcasing same-sex couples entwined in ecstasy, media gushing praise, and #LoveWins rocking the Twitter universe. They won, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that same-sex couples can marry anywhere, … [Read more...]

The Obama Agenda – Tyranny

The History channel’s “Sons of Liberty” series may have been short on facts but they did a great job of capturing the colonist’s passion. That was the secret to the colonies’ victory, passion, dedication, and commitment. That’s what President Obama brings to the table, passion for his agenda, commitment to his transformation aka revolution, dedication to each piece of his … [Read more...]

No Fear

In today’s world, all one has to do is turn on the news to trace the body-littered path of ISIS carnage. Images fill our screens of ISIS as they douse a pilot in gasoline and set him on fire; eagerly record his tortured screams and writhing agony. But this is only their latest atrocity. ISIS beheads parents in front of children, children in front of parents, and hostages in … [Read more...]

AMNESTY – THE GREAT AMERICAN HEIST

I oppose amnesty, totally and unconditionally reject any form of amnesty. I want to block people from crashing our southern border and I want to send back those who got through. I make no apologies for wanting to stop the Black Friday mentality of mobs pushing and shoving their way across the border to get the good stuff before it’s gone. Opposing amnesty doesn’t make me … [Read more...]

You, Sir, Are No Abe Lincoln

On November 19, 1863 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, President Lincoln gave his famous Gettysburg Address, arguably the most famous speech in history. On November 19, 2013, the first black President of the United States blew off the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. This from a President who has repeatedly claimed he had much in common with President … [Read more...]