Posts Tagged ‘ liberty ’

Jan Brewer sells religious freedom to the highest bidder

February 27, 2014
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Jan Brewer sells religious freedom to the highest bidder

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has vetoed Senate Bill 1062, a bill that would have  allowed businesses, such as wedding photographers and wedding cake bakers, to  assert their religious beliefs in rejecting participation in same-sex wedding events. While she claims to have lamented over how the bill “could divide Arizona in ways we cannot even imagine and no one would ever want,” her true motivation really boiled down to simple dollars and cents. This bill was never about discrimination; it was about religious freedom. Due to her pathetically weak “leadership” on the issue, Brewer allowed the the pro-homosexual lobby to turn this into an “anti-gay” discussion.…

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Losing Nakiska, but not the lessons he taught me

January 30, 2014
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Losing Nakiska, but not the lessons he taught me

We have been a little out of the routine around here this week. The reason is because I’m losing my buddy, Nakiska, to a long battle with cancer. Back in October, 2013, I posted a tribute to my baby girl, Sitka, after  I had to have her euthanized due to a sudden and untimely attack from a brain tumor. The lessons I learned from having her in my life inspired me to wonder why politicians in Washington couldn’t be more like her. To say I miss her would be an understatement. Now comes this week, when I am forced to make the same decision…

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The 2012 Election – When America Lost Her Heart

November 20, 2012
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The 2012 Election – When America Lost Her Heart

This election has been difficult for me, not only because the most liberal President in American history was reelected, but also because of what it says about my country. There’s been a lot of armchair quarterbacking by politicians and pundits about what happened on November 6th and how the Republican Party can fix what’s broken. Sadly, most of the “solutions” offered have come to the conclusion that all the GOP needs to do to win in the future is to act more like Democrats. And in a way, they’re right. Because this election has proven that the results had little…

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We Have To Keep Fighting

November 7, 2012
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I will be posting my personal thoughts on the “whys” behind yesterday’s election a little later, but for now I want to challenge you to keep up the fight. One of the ways we can do this is to band together with those who share our conservative beliefs. One of those organizations is “Heritage Action for America.”     I support them and I hope you will too. Obama won this battle, but the war is still ours as long as we refuse to give up!  In the long history of the world, only a few generations have been granted the role…

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Happy Independence Day – Time For A Little Rebellion

July 4, 2012
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Happy Independence Day – Time For A Little Rebellion

In light of recent happenings with Robertscare Obamacare and the Supreme Court, it would be easy to get discouraged about the loss of liberty in America, and I have to admit that I’ve been in that camp since then. As Glenn Beck is known for saying, “One day you’ll wake up and you won’t recognize the country you live in.” That about sums up my feelings. But, it’s time for feelings of sadness and dispair to come to an end! It’s time to remember what we celebrate every July 4th! It’s time to reclaim our lost liberty. It’s time to…

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