I'm sorry but this is going too far! The Representatives in Congress should not be using their platform there to protest a case that we don't even have all the facts yet and especially a case where they are using the race card to make a point.
I have been reading the comments from the Tea Party movement on new RNC Chairman Priebus. It appears many in the movement are cautious and apprehensive about throwing their support behind the new chairman, especially in light of all that we have experienced at the hands of the GOP/RNC. To those who are concerned, I recommend the review of the comments written by the people who live in Chairman Priebus' own state of Wisconsin. The Wisconsin comments are positive…
Today I was sent a link to a site that has been dissing ResistNet and Me. Not uncommon, I mean when people are removed from ResistNet for breaking our No Tolerance Policy they usually lash out and start some blog or post on a site to get back at us. I learned a long time ago you cannot be thinned skinned when you run a social network.
This group actually had me laughing....I mean come on...if I had the kind of power they suggested, do you really think I would waste my time with… Continue
The movement is at a crux...a crossroads if you will. Time has come tounite and create solidaritywithin the movement torevert back to a solid foundation of conservative Constitutional principles and…Continue
Almost every time I turn on the news I am viewing segments or snippets of patriots tearing each other to shreds. Honestly, I am embarrassed that our own movement would employ Alinsky’s polarizing tactics to denigrate, ostracize, and demonize others who are working toward restoring the
Barack Obama just finished his first State of the
Union Address. I felt it was bland,
unemotional (even though he told countless
American stories that allegedly caused him to
stay awake at night), and it seemed disingenuous
Of course his promises of creating jobs and
making jobs the number one focus is good news
even though this is an issue that should have been
the major focus to begin with in 2009. He made sure
to promote his… Continue
The great American Dream started at Plymouth Rock with the disembarkation of the pilgrims from the Mayflower in 1620. The Pilgrims had left behind tyranny in England and so started a new life in what is now Massachusetts. The dream that people could and would live free from an oppressive government, free to worship as they chose, free to speak out to their government, and free to build a career on their talents or skills and be rewarded for their… Continue
As I sit here writing this letter the clock just ticked off another decade, it is officially 2010. It’s hard to move head strong into another year because I always find myself caught up in reminiscing about the past ten years, then the past twenty, thirty, forty something years. I don’t know about you but I find myself thinking about where I thought I would be, what I would be doing at this point in my life and remembering the dreams I had as a young spirited girl with my whole life in front of… Continue
Now is Not the Time to Slow Down…..
It’s been a little more than a week since the massive historic turnout for the March on DC. A minimum of 1.7 million Americans traveled to DC by planes, trains, automobiles, and a slew of chartered buses from all over this country to DC to make our voices heard. Not as an angry un-American mob but rather as angry Americans who are fed up with an out of control radical government.
The unity displayed by this so called group of astroturfing,… Continue