Category Archives: Patriotism

Honoring One of America’s Finest Patriots

Posted by Jack Today is Frederick C. Douglass day, although most American’s don’t even know who he was, but we should.   He was a man of true character and vision.  Like MLK, Douglass was a Christian minister and a … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Rights, Morals and Ethics, Patriotism | Tagged | 14 Comments

Former Air Force Officer Sells Out to Iran

by Jack After all that’s been said about Iran’s part in fomenting terrorism in the Middle East, it’s hatred for the USA, it’s part in killing our soldiers in Iraq, it’s capture of US military personnel in gulf waters, it’s … Continue reading

Posted in Military, Morals and Ethics, National Security, Patriotism | 2 Comments

Most Excellent Trump Tweet – “GoFundMe” for The Trump Wall

Posted by Tina President Trump informed the Republican leaders he would not sign their end of year continuing resolution. He has to be as annoyed and disappointed with the GOP as most of us are, probably more so. They have … Continue reading

Posted in American Grit and Independence, National Security, Patriotism, Western Values | 88 Comments

Nazi Behavior – A Comparison

Posted by Tina President Trump has been labeled a “Nazi” and compared, without evidence, “Hitler.” The left knows no bounds in it’s commitment to destroy it’s “enemies,” quote Barack Obama in 2007 who said in a radio interview aimed at … Continue reading

Posted in Liberty, Morals and Ethics, Patriotism, politics, Western Values | 29 Comments

BLEXIT – “Chant of Freedom”

Posted by Tina This election may turn out to be even more unexpected than the last. Races are tightening all across the country making the threat of a big blue wave seem like nothing but a nightmare. Latinos in California … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Rights, Education, Elections, Liberty, Patriotism, politics | 23 Comments

Central American Invaders Number 10,000 – Purpose Behind the Motto on the Great Seal of the United States

Posted by Tina “E Plurubus Unum”…does it mean we must allow anyone to enter our nation at any time? A great caravan of peoplefrom Central America are, once again, intent on invading our country. The waves show no signs of … Continue reading

Posted in Border Security, Civil Rights, Constitution & The Law, Foreign policy and affairs, Illegal immigration, Military, Morals and Ethics, National Security, Patriotism, Western Values | 18 Comments

Calls for Violence? NYT Solicits Trump Violent Fantasy Fiction

by Tina The Trump Russia collusion investigation has produced nothing. It’s not surprising since the evidence, so far, points to corruption and collusion between the Clinton campaign, the DNC, and deep state operators in the Obama FBI and DOJ. The … Continue reading

Posted in Morals and Ethics, Patriotism, politics, Western Values | 26 Comments

Civility and Voting Rights Should Always Matter

Posted by Tina Civility has reached an all time low when political leadership advocates violent protest and the desire to win by “any means necessary.” Several decidedly uncivil examples have been in the news since Trump won the presidency. The … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Rights, Constitution & The Law, Elections, Morals and Ethics, Patriotism, politics, Western Values | 37 Comments

How Hard Can It Be?

by Tina HOW HARD CAN IT BE… to stand when the US flag is presented and the national anthem plays? HOW HARD when men have risen from lowly slave to NFL star…and more…Justice of the Supreme Court…President! HOW HARD, when … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Rights, Constitution & The Law, Elections, Liberty, Life, Morals and Ethics, Patriotism | 19 Comments

Kavanaugh Hearings Begin in Chaos

Posted by Tina The hearings to confirm (or reject) the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court opened today in chaos as Democrats repeatedly challenged the process in a delay and disrupt campaign initiated by Chuck Schummer. Protesters, whose … Continue reading

Posted in Constitution & The Law, Morals and Ethics, Patriotism, politics, Protest and Agitation | 22 Comments