Posts Tagged: Freedom

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Fifteen Years Later: The 9-11 Attacks and the Silver Lining Found Within

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Yesterday was of course the 15th anniversary of the attacks of 9-11. Like most people, I remember that day, that moment when I realized the nation was under attack like no other day in my life. I remember walking into a practically deserted Kroger supermarket near midnight to get some food as I hadn’t eaten… Read more »

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A Nation is Calling: Ted Cruz Should Launch a Coup d’état

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Ted Cruz has agreed to speak at the GOP convention. Ted Cruz has maneuvered himself into a speaking spot at the GOP convention. I’m not sure which of those statements is true. It doesn’t matter. What does matter is that Ted Cruz is speaking at the convention and will be speaking to much of the… Read more »

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The Black Lives Matter Movement: The Preening of Petulant Millennials vs. Actually Accomplishing Anything

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I remember once hearing a question posed by some would be philosopher: “If you could do something that cured all of the ills of the world, but only if someone you despised would get the credit, would you do it?” It’s an interesting question with a number of elements to it. Are you really a… Read more »

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King Leonidas, ISIS and the Culture War Barack Obama Refuses to See… Nevermind Fight

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A week and a half ago fascist thugs of ISIS attacked Paris. Three days later President Obama addressed the world from Istanbul and said the attack was “an attack on all of humanity and the universal values we share.” That is a wonderful sentiment, but like most things that come out of Barack Obama’s mouth,… Read more »

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The Obama Wrecking Ball – A Final Legacy Component

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Through six and half years of confounding ignorance sprinkled with moments of resolute Nation destruction, America has endured an attack on it’s aspirations at the hands of a hateful Administration.   Heading into the final gasps of the Obama/Jarrett regime, the United States is about to be slammed with a potentially unremovable dagger in the heart… Read more »

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Pies, Free Markets and the American Experiment

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I’ve often used the phrase “when I’m rich” followed by, “I’m going to do X and Y and Z”. Anyone hearing me say that could certainly be forgiven for thinking my primary motivation is to grow my bank account just for the sake of filling it up. In reality however nothing could be farther from… Read more »

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Secession, Revolution… are they the end game of a deck stacked against freedom?

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I’ve argued for many years that the United States is the greatest nation in the history of the world. From driving prosperity to winning two world wars to putting a man on the moon to ensuring individual liberty the United States is unlike any other country in history. And it has nothing to do with… Read more »

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War and Liberty – The Enemy Within

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Today, when people talk about winning World War II, they often talk about freedom defeating tyranny. That is mostly true as the United States, the UK, Canada and Australia were indeed democracies. But it was not tyranny we went to war against. Indeed one of the powers that helped defeat Hitler was itself a dictatorship… Read more »

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Obama: “Americans Don’t Deserve To Be Free” (Guest Post)

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Dear Leader Barack Hussein Obama, on December 6, 2011, spoke in Osawatomie, Kansas. What Obama said that day is STILL pertinent today. Obama, in effect, thumbed his nose at us and said that “Americans Don’t Deserve To Be Free.” How was that conclusion drawn? Well, see, after reading this, if you agree that Obama said… Read more »

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ENDA – The End of Religious Freedom? (Guest Post)

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The first amendment to the US Constitution states: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.   [emphasis… Read more »