Category Archives: Reflections on Liberty

Engaged & Involved Dec 2105

Greetings! It has been too long since I have communicated through this newsletter. I hope to be back on track and more active in the future. Here are just a few things to think about that touch on topics from … Continue reading

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GUN CONTROL OR PEOPLE CONTROL?

It is crunch time and we must be active.  Though I’m tired of dealing with this and you are probably tired of reading about it, we must work harder the next few days.  We can win this.  Here is the … Continue reading

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Rope-A-Dope!

Don’t Stop Now! The gun banners are counting on you to run out of steam.  Don’t give them the satisfaction.  Keep communicating with your Representatives.  Here is a link. Ruger Advocacy Rope-A-Dope: What they are really after is Firearm Registration!  … Continue reading

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Gridlock is Good!

Happy Wednesday All; Here is a brief, mid-week update. DON’T STOP CONTACTING YOUR REPRESENTATIVES:  It is important they continue to hear from us, for at least 10 more weeks.  Your liberty and that of your children depends upon it. No … Continue reading

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Engaged and Involved!

Well, the President made his emotional announcement about guns, complete with children as props, and signed his Executive Orders.  We will sort the orders out later.  First; here are a couple more pressing issues. This Saturday is Gun Appreciation Day.  … Continue reading

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Engaged, Involved or Doomed!

As you may know, since the SandyHook murders there has been a call for stringent gun control.  I have included part of an email from Tom Gresham below that will explain what you can do to make a difference in … Continue reading

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Feel Goodisms and Fuzzy Thinking!

Below is my response to an editorial in our local paper about guns and finding common ground.  The link to the editorial follows before my reply.  My original reply had to be edited because of length.  http://www.kpcnews.com/opinions/our_view/kpcnews/article_1da8c493-e16c-5729-a3c7-b8e2e868fd5b.html The full length reply … Continue reading

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God alone shall have our trust!

A call to Christians on Patriot’s Day! First, let’s quickly tackle the concept that religion and government don’t mix. Government in its most basic form is an agreement between neighbors on how to best get along.  Agreements without morality are … Continue reading

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Longfellow and Liberty

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow died on March 24 in 1882 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  The following poem conveys his love and respect for his country as well as his confidence in its Godly foundation and the hope it offers to the world.  … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln was right!

“They are the two principles that have stood face to face from the beginning of time, and will ever continue to struggle. The one is the common right of humanity, and the other the ‘divine right of kings’. It is … Continue reading

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