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Be Heard

Some times you got to hang it out there.

Being heard is not always easy these days. A biased media and intentional targeting of individuals who speak their mind contrary to other trending opinions is a reality. I always ask myself, why my beliefs differ so much from what I see and hear on the television. First I always question what I see and hear. Second I’ve always valued others opinions when given absent of bias and prejudice. Content helps me make more informed decisions. You have to ask yourself why that doesn’t work for the media moguls? It seems so obvious that those in control of what we daily see and hear are bent on control, wealth and power. I don’t believe that what’s being billed as main stream is really the majority opinion of the average American citizen. A clearer definition would be a main narrative being pushed on America due to an overwhelming control of biased media platforms. Its a monopoly on the dissemination of information. Its pure censorship. The information you are often spoon fed is really a “trendy lie” designed to support an agenda. If you rely on the media for the majority of your information you’ll loose objectivity, constructive thinking and make poor decisions.

Wake up America! Why have are Legislators allowed privately owned, biased media moguls free rein on what we can or can’t see or hear? Big media censorship activities disguised under a provision of law called the Communication Decency Act. Section 230 “, which is designed to keep the internet ethical, have allowed them to censor or remove anyone from their platform who doesn’t agree with them. This is clearly a violation of your First Amendment Rights!

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Social academia is an affront to our educational institutions. When a social curriculum takes precedence over an academic curriculum, you lose value learning subjects independent of social influence. We’re so caught up in political correctness we’ve forgotten how to tell the truth. Schools have dumbed down academic curriculums to their lowest common denominator in order to appear inclusive and appease the “offended by everything ashamed of nothing crowd” in turn, we are losing the value of a good education. We’re teaching our youth what to think instead of how to think! Lets prioritize functional academics in our schools like, the subjects that will prep them for life after school. Lets start by being honest and quit worrying about the color your skin. No body cares. Wear it with pride and stop trying to make others feel like they owe you something because their skin color is different. Another thing, you either have an [IN-EE[ or an [OUT-EE] so get comfortable with that too or keep it to yourself, we got an education to worry about.


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This year we Americans witnessed what none of us could ever have believed possible. A fundamental breakdown of law enforcement and management in traditionally “open minded” and “crime tolerant “cities. Rioting, looting, properties burnt to the ground and assaults’ on individuals standing up for their Constitutional rights trying to protect their properties and loved ones. In one case a man exercising his 2nd amendment right to bear arms in order to protect himself and his wife proved a classic case of villainizing the victim. A violent crowd using the mantra of “social justice” to justify their illegal activities, broke his fence down, made threats and yelled profanities. Who was he supposed to call, a defunded police department? To add insult to injury, he was charged as the aggressor. Insanity! Every person has the right to self defense, and a Constitutional right to bear arms. It is unconscionable to think he could be charged with a crime. It represents a fundamental break down in our judicial system.

To date, I know of no mayor, police chief, attorney general, or any other city official that has been held accountable for the lawlessness and millions of dollars of damage to our great cities and citizens.

Neighborhood Watch

Who are you going to call when lawlessness threatens you and yours? We’ve already witnessed dereliction of duty by our representatives and officials sworn to keep the peace and uphold the law. In most instances they appear complicit with the rioters and have used the powers of their office to facilitate lawlessness. Again a fundamental breakdown in performance of their sworn duties. Our Constitution states our government responsibility is to, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for a common Defense, promote the general Welfare, secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity. Our government works for us! When you can’t depend on them, depend on We The People and call your neighbor, he’s going to call his neighbor until you have enough bodies to confront the threat. We The People who support our Constitution and Democracy have no other options but to exercise our Constitutional rights in order to protect lives and livelihood.


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This is one of my favorite quotes which seems most fitting to our Country’s current state of affairs and the resolve needed to keep our Democracy;

These are the times that try men’s souls. The summer Soldier and the sunshine Patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their Country; but he that stands it now, deserve the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like Hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain to cheap, we esteem to lightly: It is dearness only that gives everything its value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if so celestial an article as freedom should not be highly rated.

Thomas Paine December 19 1776