Category Archives: Editorial

The Silent Enemy: How PTSD Damages Our Soldiers

This infographic points out that many of the serving or veteran military personnel who are diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are simply not receiving the clinical or financial support they need. This is despite the fact that PTSD … Continue reading

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The Tyranny of the Perpetually Offended

Someone had commented how much this blog has changed over the years, for the worse, as he saw it. He’s probably right. I used to write a lot about the Constitution, about the violations, specifically and line by line with … Continue reading

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I Did Not Think This Day Would Come

I did not think this day would come while the Republic was intact. Then again, who is to say the Republic is intact? Do we really have the rule of law? Is the Constitution still in place or has its … Continue reading

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“They Remain UnReconstructed”

A good essay about “Defiance Still Alive in the Mountain South” … worth your attention … excerpts: … “A recurring theme is a critique of a common theme in my essays, that there is no final liberty solution. I stand … Continue reading

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Early April Fools

I would like to believe that one of the multiple of triggers for WW III has been eliminated. Looking at the historical actions of North Korean compliance starting with the Clinton/Albright fiasco shows us why we are in the current … Continue reading

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It’s almost April …

Source: The Patriot Post

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Courage Is A Choice

Courage is one of those intangible nouns which forge our souls into moral men with Sacred honor. Like wisdom, it cannot be seen or appreciated until the time is right. Or wrong, depending on the case. David DeGerolamo ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The … Continue reading

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And You Thought the Clinton Foundation Was Bad

Over six weeks of negotiation, a deal to bring $57.8 million to North Carolina as part of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project morphed from an agreement between the pipeline partnership and the state to a deal between the partnership and … Continue reading

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You Cannot Build A Nation on Theft

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You Can’t Make This Up

And the sad fact: Hillary’s base believes her. David DeGerolamo

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White South Africans petition Trump to allow them to migrate to US

Increasingly news is coming out of South Africa that white farmers are being murdered in ever greater numbers and the government there has made the first moves toward confiscating their prime agricultural lands. How did this racism get so far … Continue reading

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Pay Attention and Use Reason

The latest #QAnon posts from March 3, 2018 once again asks questions, gives the same advice and gives hope for justice in the country. I have been watching the news and I see more corruption exposed with little media coverage … Continue reading

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Catholic Church sets out a vision for closer ties with Islam

“Leave them; they are blind guides. And if a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit.” (Matthew 15:14) “Dialogue” and interfaith outreach always and in every case go only one way, with fond Christians such … Continue reading

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Democrat campaign “contributions” …

I always believed the Democrats had “sticky fingers” when it came to their campaign finances. Contributor says: “Hey … don’t touch me there, Bro…” AP File Photo/Dr. Scott M. Lieberman by Bob Price3 Mar 201888 A Texas Democratic candidate for … Continue reading

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Imagine If “Atlas Shrugged” Was Required Reading in High School

Whenever anyone accuses some person of being ‘unfeeling,’ he means that that person is just. He means that that person has no causeless emotions and will not grant him a feeling which he does not deserve. He means that ‘to … Continue reading

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