I am a native Californian, born and raised in the Los Angeles Metropolitan area. I am 22 years old and a fresh College Graduate. I'm a Conservative through and through and I'm not ashamed of my beliefs. I'm an amateur activist in my own right; I volunteer for candidates and go to rallies when I can seize the opportunity.


    Cultural Sanity: The Time To Choose Approaches Again

    This is an updated rehash of a previous article I have written. I thought that the content within it was still relevant and so I have republished it. This month will be the 51st anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s “Time for Choosing” speech which launched The Gipper on what would be a very successful political career that culminated with him as President. On the 23rd of | Read More »

    Cultural Sanity: The Conservative Movement

    Not too long ago I wrote an article about the gross misunderstanding of the Constitution from both sides of the aisle. This next installment of Cultural Sanity focuse more on Pop Culture and the Conservative Movement’s presence in it, or really the total and complete lack of it. Almost every Republican and TEA Party gathering I have attended I’ve heard all sorts of talk about | Read More »

    Cultural Sanity: Incorporating The Bill of Rights Must Stop

    Hello readers and welcome to the first of what I hope to be a multiple part blog. The Crisis The United States faces a Constitutional Crisis, I don’t believe any freedom loving, God Fearing American doubts that. However I see a disturbing trend among my fellow patriots where that the Constitution is suppose to be law even at the local level rather than just the | Read More »

    An Act of Kindness

    Let me ask you something: do you think it’s strange  for a stranger to knock on your door and inform you of anything? No I’m not talking about solicitors nor volunteers, I’m talking about someone who notices something is wrong on your property and tells you. I will admit I do, but let me explain; I had just finished making a delivery and noticed the headlights | Read More »

    Escape from Leftism

    Living in California I can’t help but feel that I exist as anomaly. Being 22 and a staunch conservative on pretty much every issue I feel out of place. Even in the small town area of the Antelope Valley where I reside there seems to be a prevailing theme of big government and social progressivism/leftism. I can take solace though in the fact conservatives across | Read More »

    Good Night For America, Not So For Some

    On Tuesday Republicans made headway by taking 8 seats in the Senate(Alaska hasn’t been called yet but Sullivan has that race all wrapped up) with Louisiana heading to a run off next month for a grand total of 9 pickups which means 54 Republicans will be coming to the Senate in January. Sen. Angus King (I-ME) 6% has said he is open | Read More »

    Mid Term Election Outcome

    Well are three days out from election day and it looks as though the GOP gains RCP predicts for Governors and Senators. Republicans are going to gain 7 seats in the Senate, there will probably be 1 net governor gain depending on Illinois and we’re going to wipe the floor with every democrat that represents a conservative district. All in all this isn’t going to be | Read More »

    50 Years Later, The Message is Still The Same

    Next week will be the 50th anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s “Time for Choosing” speech which launched The Gipper on what would be a very successful political career that culminated with him as President. On that day Reagan outlined masterfully the clear path laid out ahead of us the price of appeasement with our enemies. Now here we are in 2014 with the Progressive Movement in | Read More »

    The Golden State Could be Waking Up

    When I was born in 1991, California was once the fifth largest economy in the world. It now stands at number 9. For decades Democrats have ruled this state dominating the legislature only losing majority status briefly in the mid 90’s. Every office is democrat, both senators are Democrat, and all the major cities, excluding San Diego, have Democrat mayors. Arnold Schwarzenegger  virtually demolished hopes | Read More »

    Is Social Conservatism Dead?

    On October 6 The Supreme Court Of The United States refused to take up the challenge of 5 states who were defending their 10th amendment right to uphold Marriage as it has always been understood. The result? The number of states that are now being compelled to recognize this radically different form of Marriage is up to 30(3 states are still contesting it). In these | Read More »