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An Irreverent (but truthful) Look at the 2016 Presidential Field

Thursday, August 20, 2015
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As I've observed the presidential field - from both the dominant parties - I couldn't help but note the absurdity. And comic tragedy. So I thought I'd share with you the humorous - or is it desperate - light in which I see America's prospects for the 2016 Presidency. Enjoy! 

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Iran - Part III - The "Why"

Iran – Part III – The “Why”

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Over the last few weeks I produced two earlier presentations concerning the Iran Nuke Deal; one entitled “The Truth About The Iran Nuke Deal” followed a few days later by “Iran Nuke Deal – Part II”.

In the first presentation I explained that the Iran Nuke Deal is actually Iran being welcomed into the community of nations with nuclear weapons. I not only explained that’s the reality of the deal, I explained why that is so.

The second presentation simply added additional substantiating information that had become available in the time since the first presentation was released.

Here, in Part III, I want to answer the question that is likely on the minds of many Americans. “Why?”

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The Abortion Reality People Reject

Saturday, August 8, 2015
With nationwide same-sex marriage still stinging those who oppose it, followed shortly thereafter by the undercover video of a Planned Parenthood executive speaking indelicately about the sale of fetal tissue, there has been a marked increase in the national discussion about abortion. Accordingly, let’s take a look at the issue.

Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973 and prohibited the states from banning, or significantly impeding, a woman from obtaining an abortion. By the U.S. Supreme Court voiding state laws banning abortion it became something that is lawful in America.

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5 Facts That Destroy Gun Control

Monday, August 3, 2015

BRIEF VIDEO IN ARTICLE - The Lafayette theater shooting has resulted in an increase in gun control rhetoric again, so I thought I’d give you 5 lightening fast facts you can use to shut down the anti-liberty crowd.

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Iran Nuke Deal – Part II

Monday, August 3, 2015

BRIEF VIDEO IN ARTICLE - A week ago I released a video in which I said the Iran Nuke Deal was, in actuality, the West welcoming Iran into the community of nations with nuclear weapons. Some people said I was full of it. I suspect they simply could not believe the federal government would lie to them – or at least lie to that extent. Anyone who thinks the U.S. government wouldn’t “lie to that extent” hasn’t been paying attention.

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Who’s Responsible For You?

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

BRIEF VIDEO WITHIN ARTICLE - Gun control has never been a viable option for preventing criminal acts. Frankly, people who claim it can, or would, are fools.

As I write this there are roughly 300,000,000 firearms in America; the overwhelming majority in the hands of law-abiding residents.

There are no solid numbers, but the best guess is that less than 1% of Americans actually carry a firearm each day. The percentage of criminals who carry firearms when they are about to commit a violent felony with a gun is 100%. That disparity is the problem.

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The Truth of the Iran Nuke Deal!

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

BRIEF VIDEO WITHIN ARTICLE - I know some people consider Iran somewhat akin to Satan. But I’d like to take a moment to share with you some factual history about the U.S. and Iran.

From the mid-1800s through WWII relations between Iran and the U.S. were cordial. Let me state that another way…for 100 years U.S.-Iranian relations were cordial.

So what changed that?

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Properly Arming The Troops At Home

Thursday, July 23, 2015

In light of the recent murder of U.S. military personnel by Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez there has been a lot of talk about arming military personnel here at home. I’m here to express that while no one should be killed for the lack of the ability to defend him or her self, there is a bit more to it in this case.

A lot of Americans these days have what I call “military worship”. In other words, for those who have this “worship” thing going on, everyone in the military is super-special wonderful people. I find that kind of nutty because I was in the military and some of people I worked with were…assholes. My point being we should not idolize the military.

Once we move away from idolization and return to the simple and proper respect for the lives of all Americans, including military personnel, we’re still left with the question of whether to arm military personnel here at home. Or perhaps a better question is “how” to arm them here at home!

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Our rights from a deity?

Saturday, July 18, 2015

If you were raised in America, you have certainly heard the manta that our unalienable rights are a gift from God and thus not subject to the interference of men. Up until recently I’d never given the “god” part much consideration. But lately I have. Let me explain.

In his autobiography, Mark Twain tells a story of being a young boy in Missouri and going to church where he heard the pastor speak about the biblical righteousness of slavery.

Short Video Attached

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Confederate Flag Controversy

Friday, July 17, 2015

I’m a happy camper that America has launched in a debate over the Confederate battle flag. I’m happy because all most Americans know of the Civil War is what is taught in the government schools. You know…that the war was fought to end slavery. Which is total bullshit.

My hope is that the debate over the Confederate flag will result in people learning the truth about the so-called Civil War.

First, can we finally put to rest the lie that the Civil War was initiated to free slaves.

Let’s look at some telling facts:

Lincoln wrote, “If I could save the Union without freeing any slave I would do it, and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone, I would also do that….”

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