Some see, few know, many choose to wander aimlessly in a fog, devoid of sunlight. I seek the light of day and leave the others to their chosen realm of ignorance. They are the ones who have brought this great nation down. I write only for the benefit of those who possess the courage required to restore our birthright.
Sunday, November 30, 2014
History tells us of a man who is possibly the world's best known bank robber, and in an odd sort of way I rather admire him...for his honesty. Allow me to explain: Folklore tells us that a reporter once asked Mr. Sutton why he robbed banks and he replied, "Because that's where the money is." In a book he later published 'Where The Money Was', ole Willie denied ever having said that, crediting the imaginative reporter with coining the phrase. What he did tell us well indicates a certain degree of honesty about his chosen profession: "As to what actually motivated Sutton to hold up banks, as he said in 'Where the Money Was': "Why did I rob banks? Because I enjoyed it. I loved it. I was more alive when I was inside a bank, robbing it, than at any other time in my life. I enjoyed everything about it so much that one or two weeks later I'd be out looking for the next job. But to me the money was the chips, that's all."
Sunday, November 23, 2014
In May of 2011 I wrote an essay predicting a very grim future for America, and for that matter, the entire world. In that essay I predicted that there would be many millions of Latinos streaming across our southern border, seeking a free lifestyle at the expense of our people. Their role in the destruction of our nation is essential, but there is more to the narrative than readily meets the eye, for they also rush to their own doom. They, the gullible invasion force, face the same dangers as we the gullible voters. The U.S. Census Bureau tells us that our present population is 317 million people. Obama seems intent on importing another 34 million young immigrants from the south. This will result in anarchy and chaos and a collapse of our entire system. I now ask you a question...How can a collapsed nation feed, clothe, and shelter 350 million people involved in all out civil war? I answered that question nearly four years ago in the essay I have now chosen to repost...The New Road To A New Holocaust.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
I have not written anything in two weeks as I am so incredibly tired. Not to worry, as I have been just as tired before and have learned to find strength in my alter ego, Don Quixote, a mad man with a dream; 'The Impossible Dream' to be exact, for in that dream I find the strength to go on, undaunted by overwhelming odds, ever ready to deal with whatever obstacle that lie in my path.
Perhaps at times I am overly critical of my fellow man as they tarry in the face of grave danger, or seek hope where none is to be found. They search for answers while asking the wrong questions, and seek solace in a world gone mad, all the time they are looking for someone to lead them when it is they who should look deep within their own soul to find the strength and courage to lead others.
Sunday, November 2, 2014
I have the distinct honor of introducing Rex Foster to my readers, as a man who disagrees with what I wrote in my last essay 'Freedom Of Speech...A Gift Of God?'. He not only disagrees but states his case with clarity and reason. This is not the first time that he and I have had opposing viewpoints as Rex is an outstanding patriot with strong points of view. I have long compared my relationship with him to that of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams as they were renowned for their differing opinions but until they died, both on the same day, July 4, 1826, each held the other in the highest regard. Without further ado I give you the thoughts of my friend Rex Foster:
Free Speech! Earlier today I saw a comment in a group that read..."God given right to free speech". I must dispute that premise. Many men died during our Revolutionary War for the right to speak freely. The concept later spread back to Europe and became implanted as a doctrine of civilized men. Now it is being taken away, not by God, but by the powers that be that once tolerated this freedom. Throughout history, until 1776, people were allowed to speak if it did not offend the monarch, the Caesar, the king, the Emperor, or the church. Free speech is not a gift of God. It is a concept born of the philosophers of the enlightenment, implemented by the Founding Fathers, and paid for with the blood of a people who were mad as hell vowing not to take it anymore.