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I Support the Ukrainian People -- If Only The American President Did

I Support the Ukrainian People — If Only The American President Did

| February 19, 2014 | Comments (0)

This is heart-breaker, especially since there’s no Ronald Reagan-like figure currently occupying the White House. In fact, I can count on my fingers the number of liberty-loving politicians in D.C., most of whom accurately fit the description of the Ukrainian “barbarians” described in this video. Oh, they haven’t resorted to violence yet, but they’re every [...]

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Writestream Tuesday welcomes author Kent Clizbe

Writestream Tuesday welcomes author Kent Clizbe

| January 15, 2014 | Comments (0)

I first interviewed Kent Clizbe, author of the excellent book, Willing Accomplices for the We Built That Network back on December 13. If you missed it, click below to listen: New Politics Conservative Internet Radio with We Built That Network on BlogTalkRadio   Kent was such an impressive guest, I decided to book him for [...]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

| November 28, 2013 | Comments (0)

Whatever your plans, enjoy the day, savor the blessings in your life, eat lots of turkey and watch some football!   Things I am Grateful for this Year (in no particular order):     1. The recent, successful conclusion of a project that’s been 3 1/2 years in the making, involving the resourcefulness, intelligence, patience [...]

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Thank you Balazs!

Thank you Balazs!

| May 11, 2013 | Comments (0)

One of the very best things about Twitter? The relationships it facilitates over shared interests. That was certainly the case when I met journalist Harriet Baldwin who then introduced me to Agenda 21 author Harriet Parke who consequently introduced me to artist, author and political refugee Balazs Szabo. I’ve written previously about how my involvement [...]

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Writestream Twitter Chat: Recap of Writestream Tuesday

Writestream Twitter Chat: Recap of Writestream Tuesday

| April 17, 2013 | Comments (0)

Join us for the weekly #Writestream Twitter Chat on Thursday, April 18 at 11 a.m. Eastern Time when we’ll be chatting about author Bun Yom’s book, Tomorrow I’m Dead. Yom’s haunting, autobiographical tale of enslavement, survival and escape from the Khmer Rouge Cambodian killing fields is a must-read for everyone. In a country like the [...]

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Are you a patriot in the San Diego area? Check out Evan Sayet's 'Right 2 Laugh' on February 21!

Are you a patriot in the San Diego area? Check out Evan Sayet’s ‘Right 2 Laugh’ on February 21!

| February 12, 2013 | Comments (0)

Let’s face it: if you’re a constitutional conservative who treasures individual liberty, a strong national defense, a proud work ethic, belief in God and traditional values, there’s not much to laugh about these days. Thanks to Obama’s re-election, we’re discovering in practical terms (though we already knew) just exactly how his “fundamental transformation” of our [...]

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An Hour In The Chapel

An Hour In The Chapel

| January 21, 2013 | Comments (2)

For Americans who cherish individual liberty and revere the United States Constitution, today is a Day of Mourning. While media sycophants, self-absorbed celebrities and the rest of the progressive lot celebrate Barack Obama’s inauguration — the kick-off of the final phase of his “fundamental transformation” of a once great, independent nation into just another failed [...]

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The Harbinger -- A Review

The Harbinger — A Review

| January 12, 2013 | Comments (5)

“The bricks have fallen, But we will rebuild with hewn stone; The sycamores have been cut down, But we will plant cedars in their place.” In Jonathan’s Cahn’s stunning book, The Harbinger, “these are the words that seal a nation’s destiny.” This riveting book asks and answers the questions, is it possible… That there exists [...]

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Agenda: Grinding America Down -- A Review

Agenda: Grinding America Down — A Review

| November 24, 2012 | Comments (5)

Back in July, I wrote a brief post and embedded the trailer for the enlightening documentary, Agenda: Grinding America Down, on the recommendation of a good Facebook friend. The other night I finally had the opportunity to watch this excellent film in its entirety, thanks to the generosity of its creator, Curtis Bowers, who has [...]

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A Harbinger of Things To Come?

A Harbinger of Things To Come?

| November 6, 2012 | Comments (0)

After voting, sign waving and hanging out for a bit at a friend’s house, I decided to set up at a local Dunkin Donuts in Boca Raton to do some blogging and catch up on social media. Proudly wearing my Romney-Ryan button, I didn’t care who might turn up their nose (or worse) upon noticing, [...]

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One Day 'Til Fundamental Restoration of the Republic

One Day ‘Til Fundamental Restoration of the Republic

| November 5, 2012 | Comments (0)

Tomorrow, I’ll be voting for love of country. How about you? And a strong America. Will you do the same? Come on patriots, let’s win this thing tomorrow — Get out and vote for Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and conservative candidates for US Senate, Congress, State Senate and State House. YES WE CAN — Take [...]

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Two Days Away from Fundamental Restoration of the USA

Two Days Away from Fundamental Restoration of the USA

| November 4, 2012 | Comments (2)

I spent the past two days sign waving for Romney Ryan at early voting locations, and at the busy Glades Rd. and St. Andrews Blvd. intersection in Boca Raton on Friday night, with other like-minded patriots. Largely due to the efforts of good friend Starla Munn Brown, who organized Women for Mitt in Palm Beach [...]

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Must-Watch Video: "When They Called"

Must-Watch Video: “When They Called”

| October 30, 2012 | Comments (0)

From Women United, a powerful indictment of the soulless fraud in the White House: Please share with everyone you know, especially anyone who’s actually entertaining the idea of voting for Barack Obama. We are seven days away from fundamentally restoring America — time to accelerate our efforts even more if we’re to save this country [...]

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A Review of Occupy Unmasked

A Review of Occupy Unmasked

| October 14, 2012 | Comments (0)

Who’s really behind the Occupy movement? That is the question Stephen K. Bannon and Citizens United’s new film Occupy Unmasked effectively answers, not from sitting behind a keyboard on the sidelines, but by walking among the actual protesters in the thick of the action. “We are finally telling you the true story of the radicals [...]

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