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Welcome to America, the Banana Republic

  Welcome to the country formerly known as the United States of America. That is, if Slow Joe Biden wins the presidential election.   If that miserable, old, do-nothing, petty tyrant does win, this country should then be renamed the Banana Republic of America.   Let’s hope it doesn’t happen. The ball is rolling and … Continue reading

The Fraudulent Left and its Army of Sheep

If All Lives Matter was a movement like Black Lives Matter, I would choose All Lives Matter. In the past few weeks Black Lives Matter went from legitimate movement for a real cause – remember George Floyd? – to an obnoxious tantrum with no credibility.   If Black Lives really do matter, why does it … Continue reading

The End Nears, But “What if..?”

You all know there’s been a lot of documents declassified lately that reveal tons of dirt on the Democrats, shadow government, and mainstream minion press. The democrat party has been using this corona virus as a smoke screen to control us and cheat the 2020 election.   And remember there was the collusion scam, the … Continue reading

Gun Confiscation Again?

The federal government has tried front-door attempts and back-door attempts at limiting the right to own a gun.   There were attempts at assault weapons bans, a national registry, waiting periods, universal background checks, banning certain bullets, forcing liability insurance on gun owners, forcing people to buy gun safes, banning the sale of older guns … Continue reading

Cinco de Mayo

Break out the Margaritas and Tequilla, for today is Cinco de Mayo.   There are a lot of civic holidays that we celebrate in the US, but Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday that is celebrated more vigorously in the US than Mexico. No, it’s not Mexican Independence Day. It’s the day that helped … Continue reading

The Influence On the First Amendment

Freedom of the press is one of the rights that is sacred in our free society.  We look at the media as a watchdog, to keep government accountable for its actions. But there has always been bias. Depending on what beliefs it holds, some media organizations blast one set of politicians while praising another; and we … Continue reading

Super Bowl Sundays

It’s Super Bowl Sunday. And while all of the intellectual types can criticize Americans for being football enthusiasts, the fans themselves know what to tell those critics.   This day is like a holiday, and it should be celebrated. The two best NFL teams are about to go at it, beat the crap out of … Continue reading

The Final Straw For the American Colonies

The American Revolution began as the result of a culmination of rights violations and taxes over the course of a 14-year span of time. All of those violations and taxes just fueled the American colonist’s fire of hatred for the British Government. There was one final straw that put the Americans over the edge — the Coercive Acts. … Continue reading

Western Expansion And Its Effect On Americans

Americans have always been a people who loved freedom and the spirit of individuality.   These unique characteristics have existed since the colonial era in America. The settlers at Plymouth colony left England with the idea of religious freedom, but it wasn’t until the 1700s, when colonists began to move west toward the Appalachian Mountains … Continue reading

Is The Media A Watchdog Or Lapdog? It Depends On The Candidate

The mainstream press is supposed to be a watchdog on government.   Too bad it only does half its job by being selective of who it watches and scrutinizes.   In the last 20 months or so, both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had enough thoughtless comments, shady dealings, and blatant lies, to tarnish their … Continue reading

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