An Open Letter to My Kids
Tomorrow night I’m going to bed knowing I have done everything I can to save this country. I’ve made phone calls, walked in parades, contributed more than I could afford to conservative candidates, walked streets I never knew to try to convince people what was happening and how they needed to vote. Did I wake up late to the reality of liberalism? Yes. But I’m not going down quietly–without a fight. Grandpa was a proud Democrat when the Democrats had morals–before they made a far-left turn. He died a staunch Conservative and I will do the same.
After Tuesday, I don’t know what the forecast will be for our liberty. I sincerely doubt America can withstand another four years of untethered liberalism. It is my fervent prayer that you wake to the reality before all your liberties are gone and that you begin to act every day to keep or regain them. That will mean beginning to read more, getting involved locally, and knowing for what and why you are voting (and reading my emails once in awhile)!
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The Red Coats Are Coming
…Conservative activists are exhausted–emotionally–physically–psychologically….this depletion of energy is further exacerbated by an uphill battle to get the truth to those who can change our country–the American voter. This MUST be how the Founders felt. Farmers without training came out of their small homes with rifles and guns to band together to fight against the enemy who would steal their liberty. They, too, for different reasons, had no one to tell them everything would be OK…
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IMPLIED CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND OBAMACARE’S TRAMPLING
Mark Steyn’s National Review Online piece today, entitled “Swingin’ Kennedy,” discussed unwritten or “implied” rights and freedoms: Steyn shares from George Jonas (referencing what happened in Canada in 1982: “Charter of Rights and Freedoms”) …“If you write down your rights and freedoms, you lose them.” Steyn states, “That was generally the view of the Britannic part of the English-speaking world until the late 20th century: | Read More »