The only thing I take seriously is my Freedom. And Bacon.

Sunday, February 21, 2021

We Are Breitbart

 I had published a small book called "We Are Breitbart" a year after Andrew Breitbart died on March 1st, 2012. 

I recently updated it. 

It's amazing how many things have changed since then (President Trump) and how much things have gone increasingly downhill (progressives inciting hatred of all things good and true). 

It's important to keep ourselves grounded and aware. And to keep our sense of humor. That's why I loved Breitbart. 

It's available at Barnes and Noble - a whopping .99 cents! If you don't have a Nook, you can download the app on any device for free. 

We Are Breitbart. 

An Army of Breitbarts, living boldly, so the timid can live freely. Raising hell, taking names, rescuing freedom from Big Govt. This is a call to arms and a plan of attack for those who will take up his sword and fight as he did - with passion, humor, and a conversational chainsaw. We are determined. We are loud. We are united. And we are right behind you. This book is all about taking action NOW. You don't need to belong to a group, you don't need permission. There are a ton of actions you can take to restore Independence to America and defeat the Liberals Socialist Agenda...starting...NOW!

Sunday, January 31, 2021

Who Owns You?

  Something to think about from the great, smart, wise, Walter Williams. 

Who owns you? If one owns himself, then it is he who decides how much risk he takes. If government owns you, then you don't have the right to unilaterally decide how much risk you'll take.

Walter Williams -

Walter E. Williams, was a prominent conservative economist, author and political commentator who expressed profoundly skeptical views of government efforts to aid his fellow African-Americans and other minority groups. 

Sunday, December 13, 2020

Samuel Adams Warning of Big Government in 1771

It is a tremendously important and never-ending problem for the self-governing American people to be not only adequately informed but ever alert and vigorously active in forestalling whenever possible, and combating whenever necessary, any and all threats to Individual Liberty and to its supporting system of constitutionally limited government. In this connection, it is essential to keep in mind that the greatest danger lies in the subtle and gradual, or piecemeal, approach of danger--by which the foundations are gradually eroded rather than by open and outright assault; accompanied by harsh attacks upon all who seek to alert the people to such danger whenever it threatens. This was stressed by Samuel Adams--always in the forefront, as a firebrand patriot, in the fight for Liberty and Independence, for the rights of Free Man through Freedom from Goverument-over-Man--in an essay published in 1771 in the Boston Gazette, signed "Candidus" (quoted exactly as in original text, including emphasis):

"If the liberties of America are ever compleatly ruined, of which in my opinion there is now the utmost danger, it will in all probability be the consequence of a mistaken notion of prudence, which leads men to acquiesce in measures of the most destructive tendency for the sake of present ease. When designs are form'd to rase the very foundation of a free government, those few who are to erect their grandeur and fortunes upon the general ruin, will employ every art to sooth the devoted people into a state of indolence, inattention and security, which is forever the fore-runner of slavery-- They are alarmed at nothing so much, as attempts to awaken the people to jealousy and watchfulness; and it has been an old game played over and over again, to hold up the men who would rouse their fellow citizens and countrymen to a sense of their real danger, and spirit them to the most zealous activity in the use of all proper means for the preservation of the public liberty, as 'pretended patriots,' 'intemperate politicians,' rash, hotheaded men, Incendiaries, wretched desperadoes, who, as was said of the best of men, would turn the world upside down, or have done it already."

The economic is subordinate to higher values not only in such comparative rating but also among Man's motivating influences. Assuredly any adequate examination of pertinent historical materials proves this to be unquestionably true of the thinking of the entire generation in America of the period 1776-1787 and, second to none, of The Founders as a group. They rated their economic interests and security as secondary to their ideals in seeking "Liberty and Independence"--a truth which is highlighted, for example, by the Declaration of Independence, especially its closing words: "And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor." The record proves they meant it, and equally the almost-naked, ever-hungry and shoeless men at Valley Forge who stained the snow with bleeding feet, yet fought on.