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I Never Cared

By Mike Kapic / July 6, 2021 / Comments Off on I Never Cared

By Henry P. McIntosh IV – June 28, 2021   I never cared if you are “gay” or whatever acronym you chose to call yourself, until you started shoving it down my throat. I never cared what color you are, until you started blaming me for your problems. I never cared about your political affiliation, until…

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State Legislature: Balance Fed Power

By Mike Kapic / May 5, 2021 / Comments Off on State Legislature: Balance Fed Power

To balance federal/state power, state legislators must rise to their constitutional role by LaVarr Webb – April 21, 2021 How Freedom is Protected. In Federalist 51, James Madison wrote: “In the compound republic of America, the power surrendered by the people is first divided between two distinct governments (federal and states), and then the portion allotted to…

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“Democracy is a Volcano”

By Mike Kapic / February 5, 2021 / Comments Off on “Democracy is a Volcano”

By Tara Ross – January 15, 2021 On this day in 1788, Fisher Ames addresses delegates at the Massachusetts state ratifying convention. Would his state ratify the U.S. Constitution and join the Union? Ames certainly hoped so. Nevertheless, the statements he made on this day so long ago may sound shocking to modern ears. The…

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American Voice

By Mike Kapic / January 29, 2021 / Comments Off on American Voice

Webinar: Protecting the American Voice – November 26  By former Iowa State Senator Neal Schuerer – January 2021 The people are speaking, but no one is listening.  America’s national government over-reaches while the states readily abdicate their authority.  Most citizens know that big business and lobbyists wield too much control.  America’s election processes are in…

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Exodus and America

By Mike Kapic / January 22, 2021 / Comments Off on Exodus and America

Exodus and American Nationhood WSJ – January 9, 2021 The story of the Israelites shows that peoples are formed by shared ideals of justice and aspirations for the future. By Leon Kass | 2334 words What makes a people a people? What forms their communal identity, holds them together, guides their lives? To what do…

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I Never Cared

By Henry P. McIntosh IV – June 28, 2021  

I never cared if you are “gay” or whatever acronym you chose to call yourself, until you started shoving it down my throat.

I never cared what color you are, until you started blaming me for your problems.

I never cared about your political affiliation, until you started to condemn me for mine.

I never cared where you are from in this great Republic, until you began condemning people based on where they were born, and the history that makes them who they are.

I have never cared if you are well-off or poor, because I’ve been both . . . until you started calling me names for working hard and bettering myself.

I’ve never cared if your beliefs are different than mine – until you said my beliefs are wrong.

I’ve never cared if you don’t like guns, until you tried to take my guns away.

Now, I care. I’ve given all the tolerance I have to give. This is no longer my problem. It’s your problem. You can still fix it. It’s not too late. But, it needs to be soon.

I’m a very patient person. But I’m out of patience. There are literally tens of millions of people just like me that are sick of all your Anti-American crap!

I’ve always cared about life, and all lives. But, now you try to force the notion on me and my fellow citizens and patriots that certain lives matter more than others. You protest, riot, attack, burn and loot. Your so-called “movement” has become a radical out-of-control bunch of thugs, criminals and anarchists who are destroying our Country.

We have had enough ! America is the greatest country on Earth, and if you don’t like America, please leave! We are done caring about your misguided “feelings”.

You don’t have the right to enjoy American freedoms if you are trying to take those rights away from other Americans.

We sleep soundly in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm.

— Winston Churchill

Mike Kapic