Now, I’m no economics major, but even I know that a loss of 36% is bad news. Your liberal cohorts in the news may be keeping silent about this, but a loss of 9.2 BILLION dollars is never good for a company. So, Target, when I left you and said, ‘It’s not me, it’s you.” I, and my other 1.4 million friends weren’t lying. It’s you, baby. Read More
Patriotism. It’s a word that automatically makes your chest swell up, your spine straighten up, and your head tilts a little more towards the sky.
Today, sitting in my coffee shop, I am alone in public without a man. I have never been tied up as a sex slave. I have no infectious diseases, and my chances of coming in contact with one without readily available healthcare is almost one in a million. Read More
Yes, you read that right. A Re-election! People are running around already waving that flag, and yet, nothing concrete has been revealed to the American people. What did the Russians hack? How did they help Trump? Was it voter-fraud or are the Democrats just angry that they may have assisted Julian Assange in getting Hillary’s “deleted” emails?
I am going to stop allowing political correctness to stand in the way of joy and goodness. I am going to put up my Christmas tree and invite neighbors over, regardless of whether my tree would offend them. I am going to be kinder, be warmer, and be more focused on love. Read More
We truly come to know Him and feel the unspeakable joy He has to offer when we take time to lift-up one another. Here’s a poem by an anonymous writer to remind us of our duty to others during this blessed time of year:
As we approach Election Day tomorrow, this is our Patriot’s Prayer:
Ultimately, you may just have to (always civilly) wrap it up with the following: We know the Trump years may contain some unknowns, and even some things we don’t favor. But on its worst day it will be better than the nightmare of spending every day watching our rights, our economy and our war against terror eroded by a presidency we have properly feared for decades.
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As I sat there and thought of those words, I thought of Kaepernick. I thought of Donald Trump and Secretary Clinton. I thought of those who lost loved ones on 9/11. I thought of the people I met at political conferences, and I thought of the man running the convenience store a mile away.
Every once in a while you come across something that speaks to your heart and you just have to share it. A young friend of mine posted this to Facebook the other night, and I am sharing it with his permission. It carries the raw emotion of a true patriot and someone whose heart was changed by a gentleman from the Greatest Generation: Read More
Refreshing? Earth shattering? Surprising? Hopeful? Exciting? I am not sure there are enough adjectives to describe what it is like to finally have a candidate openly and unequivocally declare what they believe and then lay out a proposal that actually supports those beliefs. Read More
Other Conservatives feel the same- the American Family Association started a pledge to get others, like myself, to vow not to shop at Target until the company reneged on their stance. (Sign the pledge here: https://www.afa.net/action-alerts/sign-the-boycott-target-pledge/). Target has now put themselves in a dangerous place. They cannot change their bathroom policy to what it was before at the risk...