To be or not to be..
Dec16

To be or not to be..

A six year old boy kissed his girlfriend’s hand and almost had a permanent mark placed on his record as a sex offender.  A six year old.  This begs the question; if he had kissed his boyfriend’s hand, would the teacher fight for him over tolerance?  Considering the indoctrination of homosexuality as a norm in society by media en mas, the answer must be yes.  The hypocrisy must be addressed if we, as a nation, are to move into the next...

Read More
De Oppresso Liber
Dec15

De Oppresso Liber

December 19th, 2012 I walk into class, my usual ½ hour early.  I put down my motorcycle gear and pull out my laptop.  I plug in, sign on to the network and get onto the school website.  I get my HP 12c financial calculator out and fired up.  My Excel worksheet is up and running with all the formulas I had built to this point.  I am as ready as I can to start a third week of business finance.  Studying the material and working the...

Read More
Freedom from Muslim slavery
Dec15

Freedom from Muslim slavery

The generations since the passing of the 13th Amendment have lost their way, their vision, and history.  For these individuals, they have forgotten their past.  It is a travesty for all, especially our youth.  Imagine not knowing your parents, your hometown, the childhood friends, the pain and struggles you overcame.  How much different would your choices be today?  Come with me on a trek through history (in a very condensed version)...

Read More
Repeal Obamacare
Dec12

Repeal Obamacare

Obamacare can’t be made to work effectively.   I state this fact based on a lifetime of building things for specific purposes, designing them to do certain things, and having to take everything I know about both the job and my materials, to even have a chance of doing a workman-like job.  If it was intended to work as “health care”, it would have to have been designed as such, and it clearly wasn’t designed as such.   Take a look...

Read More
What isn’t “government”?
Dec12

What isn’t “government”?

I still remember moving into our first “home” of our own.  We’d just finished a three year tour in Hawaii, went over broke, came back with a full house but still broke, having lived there when gas was two dollars a gallon and less than a dollar in California.   We spent almost three and a half years there and returned to Cherry Point owning a Nissan truck, two years old, furniture and household goods, clothes, everything we...

Read More