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Category: American Exceptionalism

Democratic Socialist, Harry Belafonte, preaches to Americans about American Values, on Super Bowl Sunday?

February 6, 2017 |

Okay, who the heck thought that it was a good idea to have Harry Belafonte, a.k.a. “The Banana Boat Song” guy, preaching to America, about American values? If you watch the video itself, he didn’t say anything controversial, because he simply … Read More

Los Angeles county no longer wants the protection of “The Angels”.

April 8, 2016 |

New York City may lay claim to the title of most populous city in the United States, but the most populous county in America is Los Angeles County. The county has a population of over 10 million people, with it’s native … Read More

What Has Happened To Blacks in America? – Part I

February 12, 2016 |

What Has Happened To Blacks in America? by Angelia Bronson

It has become a very tricky thing to be Black in America these days. It’s not that it’s harder, in fact, it’s easier than it’s ever been in the history … Read More

The Louisiana Purchase and the ignored refugees.

December 15, 2015 |

One of the great Hip-Hop groups of the mid-to-late 1990’s was called “The Fugees”. In 1996, the group, consisting of Lauryn Hill, Pras Michel, and Wyclef Jean, released their album, “The Score”, which went on to sell approximately 15 Million … Read More

The Frog, the Scorpion, and the lessons of Paris.

November 16, 2015 |

Paris is known as the City of Lights, but on Saturday night, November 14, 2015, the most famous landmark in Paris, the Eiffel Tower, went dark, as a symbol of mourning for the 129 men and women who were murdered by … Read More

Honoring my favorite Veteran, my Dad.

November 11, 2015 |

When you’re a born and raised Military Brat, Veterans Day and Memorial Day tend to take on a little more significance to you. Today, I want to take a moment to honor my favorite Veteran, my Dad.

 

That’s … Read More

United Airlines, we salute you.

October 23, 2015 |

This may be “old news” to some, but since it’s “new news” to me, I figure it’s probably “new news” to many others.

Did you know that back in 2013, when the threat of a Government shutdown was looming large … Read More

Personal Responsibility: Going from Fat-to-Fit = From Leftist-to-Conservative.

October 22, 2015 |

I was checking out a few articles about getting back in shape, and I ran across this particular story that was really interesting to me.  Linda Andrew is a Ghanian born American who decided to take control of her own … Read More

Reporters and the National Anthem: Feel the Patriotism!!

October 15, 2015 |

It’s a well documented fact (courtesy of Newsbusters.org) that there are over 4-times as many “Professional Journalist” who are deeply indoctrinated Leftist/Regressive/Socialist minded Democrats (by self-identification) than there are who self-identify as Republicans. Now approximately 50 percent of “Professional Journalist” … Read More

All Trevor wants, is to be Army Strong.

September 4, 2015 |

Virtually all of my memories of growing up as a Military (Air Force) Brat in Germany during the 1980’s are fond memories. For me and my childhood buddies, there really wasn’t much else we ever seriously considered doing, other than … Read More

Charleston South Carolina, a “shining city upon a hill”.

June 22, 2015 |

The year was 1630. The place was a ship named the “Arbella”, sailing up Massachusetts Bay. The Arbella was the flagship of the Winthrop Fleet of eleven ships that were routinely crossing the Atlantic, carrying hopeful souls to a new … Read More

Love of country: It usually starts at childhood.

June 16, 2015 |

About a year or so ago, I saw a TIME Magazine article titled, “Do July 4th Parades Turn Kids into Republicans?”, and it made me stop and think about my own childhood, and how it definitely helped to shape me … Read More

Fairness and Millennials: They don’t know that they don’t know.

June 10, 2015 | 2

I was scrolling through the Washington Poo (the name I have given to the Washington Post newspaper), and I ran across this article entitled “Here’s how my graduating class ended up with 72 valedictorians: The rise of multiple valedictorians is not … Read More

The Singing Nurse

April 22, 2015 |

My sweet little mama is a nurse; so I have the highest respect for this profession. This California nurse takes the profession of giving to an even higher level, by singing, spreading joy throughout the hospital, and making especially sure … Read More

Young Black Males and The Ivy League: The power of being raised by TWO PARENTS.

April 7, 2015 |

In Long Island, NY, seemingly worlds away from the mean streets of the five boroughs of New York City, two young Black males have done something relatively extraordinary. One year apart from each other, they have both applied to, and … Read More

Butt-OUT GOVERNMENT!

February 26, 2015 |

This week is likely one of the most decisive weeks in the history of our nation’s freedom. Are we going to turn the Internet into the DMV and VA, and stifle our free speech, or are we going to stand … Read More

Wrapping packages from G-d

February 19, 2015 |

Do we slow down because we grow old, or do we grow old because we slow down?

Carolyn Demers started her own business at 98 years old; christening gowns for babies. She was inspired by the pregnancy of a great-granddaughter, … Read More

How much is an Apple worth?

February 13, 2015 |

The great economist, “THAT DUDE, THE TEACHER”, Milton Friedman once said, “So that the record of history is absolutely crystal clear. That there is no alternative way, so far discovered, of improving the lot of the ordinary people that can … Read More

A little bit of America in Poland

January 30, 2015 |

All gave some and some gave all. One gave his life, which resulted in a new life; a namesake in Poland.

Sergeant Michael Ollis shielded several soldiers from a suicide bomber in Afghanistan as the Taliban burst into their compound. … Read More

Looking for Some Thanks…

December 18, 2014 |

It’s not what you think. THIS “looking for thanks” is a family looking to thank a kind soldier for feeding a hungry family member.

Roxie Edwards lives in a motel near a Hardee’s off of Route 460, in Petersburg, Virginia. … Read More

It IS my business!

December 13, 2014 |

Historically, the United States has been largely built by small businesses and entrepreneurs..yeah they DID build that Obama.

Well this little cutie hasn’t gotten jaded or discouraged by regulations, taxation and red-tape…yet. Youth, aw, innocent youth…

Asia Newson is a … Read More

Every Job Matters

December 13, 2014 |

Not all jobs carry the same glory in the eyes of men. It is only how we perform our job that matters.

A little boy wrote a kind note to his trash-truck driver; apparently the little boy waves to him … Read More

In VESTED!

December 8, 2014 |

It’s really funny the things we find out we have in common with others; people from totally different cultures, and locales…but they are there.

The other writer Christopher Harris, and I live in different ends of the country. He is … Read More

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