Share the Wealth


There are a few things on my mind that I thought I would talk about today, its been sometime between my posting, but I though I would give it a shot today. Why the break? I really don’t know, I always have something to say about what's going on in our world. Heck, Obama gives … Continue reading Share the Wealth

The Lessons of American Leadership


"The surrender at Saratoga" shows General Daniel Morgan in front of a French de Vallière 4-pounder. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Over the past weekend We celebrated Memorial Day here in the States, a day to stop and thank all the veterans that fought to keep this country safe and free. As part of my celebration I … Continue reading The Lessons of American Leadership

9 Timeless Leadership Lessons from Cyrus the Great


I found this on the web and thought it would be a good article to share. I hope you enjoy. -------START------ 9 Timeless Leadership Lessons from Cyrus the Great Cyrus The Great (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Forget 1-800-CEO Read. The greatest book on business and leadership was written in the 4th century BC by a Greek … Continue reading 9 Timeless Leadership Lessons from Cyrus the Great

An Open Letter to all Catholics, to all Americans


Dear Catholics: This Open letter it to all Catholics, be they liberal or conservative, laps or practicing, fallen away or on their way back home to Rome. In-fact this open letter should be shared with non-Catholics, non-Christians and anyone who is concerned about their personal liberty and freedom. This letter is intended to excite you, … Continue reading An Open Letter to all Catholics, to all Americans

Could Boys Town work today? And other thoughts on Charity and Social Justice.


Cover of Boys Town ‎"What’s “just” has been debated for centuries, but let me offer you my definition of social justice: I keep what I earn and you keep what you earn. Do you disagree? Well then, tell me how much of what I earn “belongs” to you -- and why?" -- Walter Williams Williams … Continue reading Could Boys Town work today? And other thoughts on Charity and Social Justice.

The Constitution: A Review


Cover via Amazon The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution, a book by Kevin R. C. Gutzman, J.D., Ph.D. I have just finished this 221 page review of Constitutional Law (Or lack of). Mr. Gutzman takes you from the writing of the document to present day, showing the abuse and out right contempt for the … Continue reading The Constitution: A Review

The Vote, The Voice


Image via Wikipedia We have just under two weeks left until November 2nd and the vote to take back what is ours, our state and our country. What scares me is people will look at the pool numbers and decide not to vote, thinking that there vote will not matter. How wrong you are, every … Continue reading The Vote, The Voice

A strong conviction


Image via Wikipedia With the political session to start in full swing soon, I thought I would take the time to mention a few things. As any reader of this blog knows, I am a concretive both in my faith and politics, I state my opinions, sometimes not very well received by others, but I … Continue reading A strong conviction

God Bless America


  IN CONGRESS, JULY 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to … Continue reading God Bless America

IS it to Far off?


The so called Health Care Bill is just one step in many that will turn our great country in to a Socialist State. Consider the following, the government owns or controls: General Motors Chrysler Fannie Mae Freddie Mac Financial Institutions Mortgage Institutions And now Health Care, and if you consider all the regulations they own … Continue reading IS it to Far off?