Firing with both fists

Courage is not assertion without fear. Courage is assertion in spite of fear and comes in many forms, shapes, and sizes. I was reminded of this a few days ago while having a conversation. The individual I was speaking with was making jokes after receiving yet another round of chemotherapy.  Because this person is incredibly private and humble, and would be embarrassed by my words, I will respect their wishes of privacy and not use…

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Protection or Politics

Neil Gorsuch had a real opportunity. Senator Orrin Hatch, interestingly enough, walked the Supreme Court Nominee right into Marbury versus Madison.  Gorsuch could have spent a significant amount of time providing knowledge (assuming he had some) or at least both sides of the argument in the 1803 case. Instead he punted with a weak comment about not wanting to re-litigate the most important case in American Jurisprudence. Gorsuch later decided to announce that “we are…

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Security starts at home

Decades ago I hired a friend of one of my employees. The corporation I worked for wanted growth and to grow more bodies were needed. The new hire was average at best but again the company wanted growth so I stuck with him. One morning it was brought to my attention the aforementioned employee threw a temper tantrum and punched a hole through a wall in our conference room. I took a look at the…

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If you don’t know now you know.

One day in high school I was informed that someone I was already not a fan of made a derogatory comment about me and my family. The next day I found the individual in the hallway between classes and asked if they indeed did say this. Let’s just say it was more of a statement than a question in the way that if the answer was yes I was going to have a very physical…

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Ninth Circuit Circus

With all the insanity and illegality happening in the courts these days I thought it pertinent to again cover how our system works and doesn’t work. The idea of Democracy is to serve the majority which eventually leads to Tyranny. This is the culmination of Socratic Theory. A Republic or in our case a Constitutional Republic is meant to protect very specific Rights of the Individual. Specific Rights stated in our Constitution not the collective rantings of…

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The Conundrum of CalExit

I was twenty-one and talking in the kitchen with a married couple from whom I’d just rented a room. This was necessary as I had  transferred to a California State University to finish my baseball career and graduate.  As it’d been a long day I decided to call it a night.  Barely into my room I heard a large roar outside my window.  Looking out I couldn’t see anything as the roar continued to dissipate…

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Hot sauce Clinton, Under attack Williams, and Felon Fattah

These days most of the headlines on the internet have no value. The actual columns are worse. Nothing quite like the press, who got everything wrong during the Presidential election, trying to explain how things “went down”. These jokesters all want “street cred” these days. Maybe a bottle of hot sauce will do it. Oh wait. I said that wrong. Maysbees a b-dizzle of ho sizzle be da bo shizzle.  Aighttt! Pardon me for a…

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Burning anything in public is against the law

Apathy is sadly rampant in America. If not for technology, incredible distribution systems, and the giving of money and food through the generosity of the United States taxpayer, millions of Americans and illegals would no doubt starve to death. In our last election almost half of the country couldn’t be bothered to vote. Of those who did (roughly) fifty percent voted for a lying criminal/leader of an organized crime syndicate, soon to be indicted. Return…

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Time to remove Liberalism…Permanently.

A few years ago I sat quietly in a large room filled with Americans listening to a speaker.  The topic was the state of our country and what was taking place under the Obama regime.  The speaker wasn’t passionate but entertaining in his own right as he walked through his thoughts.  He covered a few things that wasn’t new information to me and then dove into a story. Apparently he’d been invited to attend a…

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MAKE IT COUNT

As this will be my last column before America officially decides which path to take (Tyranny or Freedom) I thought it pertinent to express appreciation to and for the person who has given Americans a very real chance of regaining our country. The man who has reclaimed the idea of “hope” from the clutches of the ignorant and “change” from their grip of stupidity. The individual who knows we have 50 States, not 57, because…

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