Archive for April, 2012
If you’re a conservative, in the eyes of liberals, you want to kill our youth, kill worker’s rights, kill those merely trying to vote! Watch the video…
If you follow my blog you know I’d be happy to have the U.N. move there headquarters to Africa or Antarctica. They’ve been taking advantage of America for far too long. They’ve been taking advantage of the American taxpayer for far too long. It’s time we refuse to pay more than our share. You didn’t see the U.N. step up to help America and Americans out during this recession?
From Senator Rand Paul and Townhall.com:
Gun-grabbers around the globe believe they have it made.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently announced the Obama Administration will be working hand-in-glove with the UN to pass a new “Small Arms Treaty.”
I’ve studied a lot of the history of the west, and particularly of the Manifest Destiny period, and have not found a western adventure that compares with the early life of Edward Fitzgerald Beale, whom I consider to be the quintessential western man. Even Kit Carson said of Ned, “I can’t believe this guy Ned Beale.” He was a naval hero, the hero of the battle of San Pasqual, he carried the first proof of the California gold strike to Congress, led the great camel expedition across the west, surveyed the first road to California and later built it, founded the Tejon Ranch still the largest private land ownership in California, and on and on and on…crossing the country by horseback thirteen times in the process. Don’t miss Ned Beale’s story. Rush to Destiny, originally published by Bantam, is now available on Amazon in both print and digital. Also available in eBook from B&N and Smashwords. Click on the cover at right for a direct link.
“Life, faculties, production—in other words, individuality, liberty, property
– this is man. And in spite of the cunning of artful political leaders, these
three gifts from God precede all human legislation and are superior to it.”
– Frederic Bastiat
(1801-1850) [Claude Frederic Bastiat] French economist, statesman, and author. He did most of his writing during the years just before — and immediately following — the French Revolution of February 1848
Source: The Law, 1850