Wounded But Preparing for a Comeback

True freedom and morality have taken a hard hit in the U. S. since the last presidential election, but all is not lost. There is an amazing movement of citizens who have finally awakened to the need to be much more vigilant and proactive than ever before — and a whole new generation of conservativesContinue reading “Wounded But Preparing for a Comeback”

Freedom of Speech

I know there are some who will hate me. And others speak evil of me, For taking a stand for what’s moral And for keeping this nation free. They’ve already gagged social media That work constitutionally — Those that allow us to speak truth, And keep our speech legally free. But, frankly, I won’t letContinue reading “Freedom of Speech”

The Politically Correct Drink

Politics ruffle my soul. The worst of most people they show. But when I get stressed and uptight, I know what will make it quite right: Please give me Coffee! I need to lean back and breathe slow. For Presidents will come and go. Some are corrupt and hell-bent. I’ll pray they’re removed, but ’tilContinue reading “The Politically Correct Drink”

True North

  In routine life on Planet Earth, there’s one rather ordinary looking piece of equipment that is used by thousands of people every day. It’s called a compass. Hikers, hunters, military personnel, navigators on ships and planes, and even  12-year-old boy scouts and girl scouts out on field trips use a compass as a normalContinue reading “True North”

Non-Essential Lives

Some call it isolation. Some call it sheltering. A “safe-at-home” condition That’s lasted all of spring. Small businesses are locked down Churches have empty pews. But laws allow the sale of drugs And “grass,” and, of course, booze. What Liberals term “essential” Is given liberty. Abortion clinics have free reign: Murder in first degree. TheContinue reading “Non-Essential Lives”

One Man’s Response to Pearl Harbor

The following is a quote of my dad’s own words as he explained his personal response to the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941: “The dramatic part of my life began, as that of so many members of the armed forces did, on one of the most infamous days in U. S. history —Continue reading “One Man’s Response to Pearl Harbor”

Amazing Story of U. S. Marines Protected by God During W.W.II

On Memorial Day, 2013 — just 2 months before going to be with the Lord — my dad posted the entire text of his book “SARGE, WILL YOU TELL US ABOUT GOD?” on his personal website so that people all over the world could read it free. He prefaced the story by sharing about hisContinue reading “Amazing Story of U. S. Marines Protected by God During W.W.II”

Their Agenda Has Never Changed

America, we must never forget who did this?  Why? Because THEIR AGENDA HAS NEVER CHANGED. There’s only one religion in the world that teaches so much hatred and murder as part of its requirements to be considered faithful to its doctrines. Quit sticking your head in the sand and listening to idiots in the political arenaContinue reading “Their Agenda Has Never Changed”

New York is Our Name: Killing Babies is Our Game

Let me get this straight: All of you folks out there who support New York’s newest abortion law — You’re saying you believe that it is perfectly okay for medical personnel to kill a healthy baby just one day prior to its being born by normal delivery on its normal due date. And as youContinue reading “New York is Our Name: Killing Babies is Our Game”


Alas, I’m at odds and at ends. I’ve upset all my liberal “friends.” I’m a stickler for truth; Liberals hate it forsooth. Only lies will accomplish their ends. Liberal friends believe every tale told By the media, brutal and bold In its efforts to slay All but Muslims and gays. And they choose to wearContinue reading “Friends???”

Calling Trash By It’s Real Name

In this video, Robert Florczak, artist and illustrator, shares a succinct and lucid exposition on how we have allowed creativity to be taken over by man’s lowest and most base qualities of character. He’s referring specifically to painting and sculpture, but it’s just as true in the field of literature. I see it most predominantly inContinue reading “Calling Trash By It’s Real Name”

Glaring: Daily Post Prompt

  What a glaring mistake I have made. But I hadn’t seen Ben for two years. And he — oops, I mean she — hadn’t said — Not a word of this change did I hear. We were meeting old high school classmates: A reunion of sorts — just a few. And since Ben HallContinue reading “Glaring: Daily Post Prompt”