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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Sticks and Stones edition)

We all remember the children’s rhyme “Sticks and stone may break my bones, but names can never hurt me.”  The message behind this simple little rhyme is that words only have power when we give them power and that as long as we remember this they can never hurt us.  We control our actions and reactions.  We are the drivers of our responses.  We hold the power.  Now does this means words are not powerful.  No. Words can inspire and motivate us.  They can indeed move an individual or people to act.   But in the end we are the ones who decide the power that should be given to certain words.  Last week the city of Seattle banned the words “citizens” and “brown bagging it” from any official city … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (WORK edition)

I thought I would use today’s link edition to talk about what I’ve been up to for the last month.  First off I had to drop the class I was taking because the math was too much.  I never claimed to be a math wizard and I knew it could be a major obstacle for me in regards to the class if it was too math intensive.  It was not an easy thing for me because it’s not in my nature to quit.  Secondly with all the extra time on my hands because of the DoD furloughs, I decided it would be a good time time to tackle some major projects around the house.  So for the last month I’ve been working my butt off and I must say its … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Furlough edition)

Not that many people noticed but last week defense department civilian employees began their furlough journey.  They will be forced to take to take two days of unpaid time off per pay period for a total of 11 days.  This equates to a 20 percent pay cut for three months  This is a colossal scam that is designed to inflict financial pain so civilian DoD employees will be prompted to write their representatives and voice their outrage in hopes there will be some sort of backlash against the Republicans.  It’s behavior manipulation 101;  exerting negative stimuli in order to elicit some type of desired response.  Just look how minimal these cuts in spending “increases” in a 10 year period really are in the chart below.  It’s nothing but a ruse! Unfortunately … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (The missing articles edition)

Sunday is when I usually post my Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs that links to outstanding articles in conservative/libertarian blogosphere..  I missed last Sunday because my schedule was packed and I didn’t get a chance to get to them.  This week I’m missing the articles because I was about 75 percent done and wordpress logged me out before I saved it.  I should know better.  And for those who do links, you realize this was a lot of lost work and time.  So I apologize for both weeks.  I still wanted to get something out so below are links to outstanding blogs.  I ask that you check them out and when you are there hit their tip jars if they have them.  These fine people work hard … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Keeping it simple edition)

I’m going to keep it simple today.  Below are some links to some great conservative/libertarian sites.  Please take a few moments out of your day and visit them and while you are there hit their tip jars if they have them. The fine folks bring you the news the MSM ignores…the news that matters.  So tee it up and enjoy another SENTRY JOURNAL round at the links! Ace of Spades: Deaf Child Hears Father’s Voice For First Time Adrienne’s Corner: Bill Cunningham and Tamara Holder (liberal stooge) go at each other on Hannity… American Glob: VIDEO: Bill Whittle Explains Civility 101 American Perspective: # Presidential Executive Orders, Compare Presidents. A Real Eye Opener! America’s Watchtower: When in the course of human events… ARRA News Service: Did Your Rep Vote Right On The Farm Bill? Asylum Watch: Do Not … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Father’s Day edition)

Happy Father’s Day!  It’s been six and half years since my father passed away.  I think about him everyday.  I learned a great deal from my father.  He taught me the basics about electrical work, plumbing, and carpentry.  He taught me how to fish, shoot a gun, and to hunt.  He taught me about gardening and landscaping.  He taught me the basics about vehicles and engine repair.  He led by example and taught me that you can either be a passenger or a driver in life;the choice was mine.  My love for football and well most sports came from my father.  My desire to be the best I can be came from my father.  My love for nature came from my father.  My respect for women and need to protect … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Integrity edition)

Someone once told me that integrity is the internal compass that keeps us on the straight and narrow path in life.  That it’s as solid as a rock and demands that we do what’s right no matter what the consequences.  It’s a non-negotiable contract with yourself.  Some people claim it’s something that can be learned while others say we are born with it.  For me it doesn’t really  matter.  My integrity example were my parents because they live by this internal code of doing the right thing.  I was indeed blessed…and cursed.   You see integrity is doing what is right and not what feels right.  And it’s not an easy path to walk down. When I was 18 years old I was working in a paper products plant and I witnessed … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (The Next Generation edition)

Ronald Reagan once said, “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.” My grandfather used to say, “You kids today are made of glass.”  He would tell me that we had it made as compared to his generation.  You always hear the same, this generation is crap and the people from our generation worked harder, were more respectful, and had more common sense.  Looking back at my teenage years in the early 1980s and comparing … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Scandals edition)

A scandal is defined as the following: 1. a disgraceful or discreditable action, circumstance, etc. 2. an offense caused by a fault or misdeed. 3. damage to reputation; public disgrace. 4. defamatory talk; malicious gossip. 5. a person whose conduct brings disgrace or offense. Make no mistake by its very definition three major scandals are at the doorstep of the Obama administration.  These are not the first scandals that have enveloped this administration (Fast and Furious and recess appointments) but they seem to be the ones that have gained the most traction.  At the end of the day I’m not convinced that any of these scandals will touch Obama, and truthfully I’m not sure it matters.  The damage is done.  The Tea Party movement has been jumped started again and no matter … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Late edition)

Today was a work day,,,in the yard,  This is why my Sunday link round-up is getting out so late.  This winter was extremely hard on my grass and it’s having a very difficult time of it.  So yesterday and today I spent most of the day raking, aerating, fertilizing and watering my back and front yard.  Anyone who knows me knows I’m about my yard; something I got from my father.  So I’ve been going at it full throttle for the past two days.  It was a very busy week in the news from the Benghazi hearing to the IRS targeting conservative organizations.  I was telling a friend that it feels as if things are beginning to come undone for the administration at least from a conservative viewpoint. None of … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (NEW tire edition)

Today I thought I would share a little story about government regulations and the impact they have on the little guy (me).  Last week noticed that one of the tires on my wife’s car had a slow leak.  I examined the tire and couldn’t find any nails or screws that could have possibly punctured it.  I pumped the tire back up to the recommended PSI and waited.  Three days later the tire was low again.  I used some bubble solution around the stem and still could not find anything.  So I made an appointment at the local tire store like I had done in the past with two other tires I had fixed.  I went into the store expecting to pay for the cost of fixing the leak (around $40).  … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Spring has finally arrived edition)

Well Spring is finally here in North Dakota.  After what felt like 9 months of winter the weather finally broke this past week as temperatures trended upwards for the first time and after six months on the ground the snow began to melt.  Even though my backyard is a soupy mess it’s a welcome mess because birds are singing and that tells me that golfing is right around the corner.  Yesterday it was 70 degrees so the wife and I took some time to enjoy the day.   Afterwards I washed her car and cleaned up our garage.  It felt so good to be outside in a t-shirt.  I’m so ready for summer!  Anyway I wanted to share my joy.  Now on to the LINKs. Below are links to articles by … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Lincoln Assassination edition)

On this day in 1865,Confederate sympathizer and actor John Wilkes Booth fatally shot President Abraham Lincoln at the Ford’s Theater in Washington, D.C. Via History.com Abraham Lincoln’s killer, John Wilkes Booth, was a Maryland native born in 1838 who remained in the North during the Civil War despite his Confederate sympathies. As the conflict entered its final stages, he and several associates hatched a plot to kidnap the president and take him to Richmond, the Confederate capital. However, on March 20, 1865, the day of the planned kidnapping, Lincoln failed to appear at the spot where Booth and his six fellow conspirators lay in wait. Two weeks later, Richmond fell to Union forces. In April, with Confederate armies near collapse across the South, Booth came up with a desperate plan to save … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (John Barry edition)

I know that when I was in school the great American Naval hero of the Revolutionary War was John Paul Jones.  We all remember Jones’ famous quote, “I have not yet begun to fight!”  I don’t even recall learning about a Naval Patriot named John Barry.  On this day in 1776 Commander John Barry of the American warship Lexington, captured and took command of the British warship HMS Edward off the Virginia coast.  This was significant because The Revolutionary War was in it early stages and there was a great deal of doubt in the hearts an minds of colonists as to whether the colonies could defeat the strongest Army and Navy in the world.  On this day in 1776 John Barry gave them hope.  Below is some good information about … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Easter Sunday edition)

Happy Easter!  Today Christians all around the world mark the end of holy week with a celebration of the glorious resurrection of our Savior Jesus Christ.  Today is a day for meaningful reflection on His life, ministry, death, and resurrection. Now more than ever we need the Christ mindset in our lives as Christians both home and abroad are under attack by secular and Islamic forces.  Here at home our most basic and sacred beliefs are being questioned and at times ridiculed by forces who wish to diminish the importance Christianity plays in our society.  This persecution is only going to intensify in the near future so we must remain rock solid in our faith and belief that in the end love will indeed prevail and the forces of darkness … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Palm Sunday edition)

Palm Sunday celebrates the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, the week before He was crucified and His resurrection.  It marks the beginning of Holy Week for Christians throughout the world. Matthew 21:1-11 (KJV): 1 And when they drew nigh unto Jerusalem, and were come to Bethphage, unto the mount of Olives, then sent Jesus two disciples, 2 Saying unto them, Go into the village over against you, and straightway ye shall find an ass tied , and a colt with her: loose them, and bring them unto me. 3 And if any man say ought unto you, ye shall say , The Lord hath need of them; and straightway he will send them. 4 All this was done , that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (St. Patrick’s edition)

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone.  It was another busy week in the news.  Let’s see we had CPAC, a new pope, Sen. Ted Cruz schooling Sen. Dianne Feinstein on the constitution, sequester cuts impacting military tuition assistance, and the President claiming we don’t have a debt problem.  The President’s polls numbers are going down and it looks as if we have a few stars in the Republican Party starting to emerge.  All and all it was a pretty good week for conservatism as the left continues to overreach.  Today is St. Patrick’s Day so make sure you wear something green!  Now on to the links. Below are links to outstanding conservative articles.  Please take the time to visit them and when you are there hit their tip jars if they have … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs: (political beliefs and your job edition)

More and more I know people who claim they have lost their jobs or were passed over for promotion because of their political beliefs.  Last week rumors swirled around “The View’s” Elisabeth Hasselbeck being released from her contract because her political views were clashing with the audience.  We often hear of conservative actors and actresses keeping their political beliefs and activities private because they fear of being blacklisted by a liberal movie industry.  Just a few days ago a friend of mine who is liberal and voted for Obama learned that the owner of the company she worked for let her go because of her political beliefs.  This is a trend that appears to be on the uptick in a nation that is becoming increasingly politically divided.  And this divide … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (No Opposition Edition)

Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines opposition as: 1 : a configuration in which one celestial body is opposite another (as the sun) in the sky or in which the   elongation is near or equal to 180 degrees 2: the relation between two propositions having the same subject and predicate but differing in quantity or quality or both 3: an act of setting opposite or over against : the condition of being so set 4 : hostile or contrary action or condition 5 a : something that opposes; specifically : a body of persons opposing something b often capitalized : a political party opposing and prepared to replace the party in power This past Friday I was listening to Mark Levin on the way home from work and he was describing how destructive Obamacare is and how it will forever … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Demagogue edition)

We all know people who are good at telling a scary story.  My childhood friend was a master at it.  He would draw in his audience and force them to emotionally commit to the story, then at the right moment when all were immersed he would spring the trap and scare the crap out of them.  President Obama reminds me of this friend.   He knows how to spin a tale, appeal to the emotions of the uninformed masses, and then scare the crap out them in hopes it will force them to act.  He’s masterful at playing to the prejudices and emotions of people in order to advance an agenda and hopes he can get buy in of constituents of conservative representatives.  This past week he predicted all kinds of … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Reload edition)

This past Friday night I went to the local sporting goods store to purchase some 9mm rounds for some range practice.  I made my way to the back where the hand gun ammunition is located and the shelves were empty.  Almost all of the more common calibers were gone.  Now for those who are avid shooters and frequent gun ranges from some recreational shooting this is not a surprise.  In fact for the past few months’ ammunition for the more common calibers has been in short supply.  Now there are a number of theories out there as to why ammunition is in short supply.  They range from conspiratorial to supply and demand.  I personally embrace the supply and demand theory.  Ever since the Sandy Hook shootings and the record increase … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (16th Amendment edition)

The progressive era of the early 1900s did very little to progress individual liberty and freedom.  In fact the fundamental transformation they pushed for and achieved via the ratification of the 16th and 17th amendments radically changed the relationship between the states and the individual in regards to the federal government.  Today marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 16th amendment. The 16th amendment is perhaps the most destructive amendment in our constitution as it relates to individual liberty and freedom.  It authorizes and gives the federal government the power to confiscate our wealth which is our property to grow and expand the size of government.  It shackles and enslaves each of us by forcing us to work for an entity that will take our wages and redistribute … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Think outside of the box edition)

I often find myself thinking of ways we can make our republic stronger.  The obvious answer is of course is to get our government to function within the parameters of their constitutional authority.  Running a close second behind that is educating the people again about our history, founders, and liberty because without an informed public we will never be able to force government back into its constitutional shackles.  One of the things I’ve been fixed on for the last few months is something I’ve been reluctant to write about.  The reason I’ve been reluctant to write about it is because the premise of the argument accepts the current reality of a government operating outside their constitutional authority.  However because the government has expanded into areas it has no constitutional authority … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (It’s COLD edition)

Well it’s COLD  here in North Dakota.  It’s so cold here the snowmen are putting on winter coats.  The wind chills today were around -25 degrees.  Where is all that global warming we hear so much about.  I can tell you where it’s not.  Any way my linkfest is getting out so late because I got extremely busy today and completely lost track of the time.  So on to the links. Below are links to articles by conservative bloggers.  Take the time to check them out and while you’re there hit their tip jars if they have them.  These fine people work hard to expose the progressive lies and bring you the truth.  So tee it up and enjoy a frigid SENTRY JOURNAL round at the links. A Conservative Teacher: Obama Called … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (GUNS and TAXES edition)

Have you noticed the mood in America is beginning to change a bit.  It feels like its beginning to turn against the left?  I believe there are two reasons for this shift in the national mood.  The first is the gun debate.  Finally we’re having a discussion about gun rights and the second amendment and people are starting to dig into the intent of the second amendment.  We’re finally openly talking about how the right to bear arms is a safeguard put in place by our founders so that the people had a means to defend themselves against tyranny.  Yes that’s right as hard as it for many on the left to swallow, it’s not about hunting.  It’s about the individual having the capacity to protect their life, liberty, and … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Noah Webster edition)

Well it was an interesting week to say the least and once again conservative bloggers were on top of all the big stories.  I was absent from posting for a few days because I was trying to establish some type of gun-rights dialog with my local representatives.  I’m not sure I made any ground in the first round but I’m going to keep trying.  Anyway today I wanted to write a bit about Noah Webster.  Most people recognize the name from the Merriam-Webster Dictionary; however there is much more about the man that I believe is worth noting.  Noah Webster was born on October 16, 1758 in Hartford, Connecticut.  He grew up in average colonial family.  His father was a weaver and farmer while his mother worked at home.  By … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Beginning of the End Edition)

  It pains me to say this but I believe that 2012 will be remembered as the year that marked the beginning of the end for the Republican Party.  I don’t say this because we lost the Presidential election and seats in both the Senate and House.  I say this is because the Republican Party is no longer the party for limited government, limited spending, low taxes, and individual liberty.  The truth is they had been drifting away from their core values since George W. Bush.  I guess I just didn’t want to believe it.  My point is I believe it now and my guess is I’m not alone.  The establishment types are pushing out the base and without the base they cannot win.  I know a number of card carrying … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Christmas Edition)

Christmas time has always been my favorite time of the year.  It’s the time of year for celebrating the birth of the Christ, for family, and for holding on to hope.  Growing up I was blessed to be a part of a large family.  Each Christmas Eve we would come together at my grandparents house, sit down at a large dinner table, eat, drink, and be merry.  After we were finished eating the kids would scamper off to the living room and wait for the adults to finish what they were doing so we could exchange our gifts.  It was a time of laughter and love; a time when life was much simpler.  No cell phones.  No video games.  Just family, love, and laughter.  I often find myself looking back … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Losing Ourselves Edition)

When tragic events occur in our “free” society many people tend to default to looking for a political solution to solve the problems.  When the unthinkable happened this past Friday at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut all of us were affected in some way by this tragic event.  I know for me when I first learned that a gunman murdered 20 school children and 6 adults my heart sank.  All I could think about were the families and community and the massive sense of loss they must have felt and are feeling.  The emptiness in their hearts must be simply overwhelming.  I won’t even begin to claim that I understand the pain they’re going through because I personally have never had to deal with the loss of a child.  … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Late edition)

Sorry for getting this out so late but my schedule was packed today.  I write this as someone who has decided not to support the Republican Party until there is a change in leadership and a major paradigm shift.  And no the paradigm shift should not involve pandering to specific groups of people.  Conservatism is for all people because it universally advances liberty and freedom by downsizing the entity that threatens both; government.  John Boehner and his establishment ilk don’t see it that way.  In fact they don’t have a problem with big government as long as they can manage it.  And Republicans who don’t follow the party line, well they are isolated and their voices are silenced.  This mindset has been destroying the Republican Party for some time now … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Fiscal Cliff edition)

The other day I wrote a post about the fiscal cliff negotiations and how I believe a deal has already been made behind closed doors.  That all we’re seeing now is political theater with both sides grandstanding in an attempt to appeal to their bases.  The basis for reaching this conclusion is I believe in the end there is very little difference between the two political parties in regards to their end state goals of achieving a larger more intrusive government in our lives.  In fact the only difference between the two is how fast we get there.  Most of these folks have worked together for a number of years playing the Washington game and it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that many of them are good friends behind … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Traditions edition)

I’ve always believed that if you want to keep traditions you should learn about their origin and honor it.  This year more stores were open for business on Thanksgiving Day earlier than any other time in previous years.  Their goal was to get a jump on “Black Friday” madness and who can blame them if there’s a market and demand for it.  I guess my question is at what point should we step back and say more is not always better?  Thanksgiving is one of those holidays that brings families together for one day to sit down, reflect on what we’re thankful for, and break bread together.  We talk, watch football, play games, and come together under one roof.  Now don’t get me wrong, I’m still a free market guy … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Hillary edition)

Whenever the left wants to protect someone who gets caught up in a scandal they simply stop talking about them and divert our attention towards something else.  This has been the case with Hillary Clinton and the Benghazi scandal.  Two and half months ago terrorists murdered four Americans in Benghazi, Libya on the anniversary of 9-11.  As information about the attack began to trickle out, it was discovered that Ambassador Stevens notified the State Department that the security situation in Libya was rapidly deteriorating and pleaded with them to add additional security to their detachment; additional security that never materialized.  This revelation in the early fact finding phase of the investigation shifted the attention of those seeking the truth squarely on the State Department.  Hillary Clinton, along with Susan Rice … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs ( Post-election edition)

First off I want to thank all those who have served in our military and for the sacrifices they have made to secure our freedoms.  Happy Veterans Day goes out to all the fine men and women in our United States Armed Forces past and present.  I wanted to address an issue today that in my opinion threatens the very freedoms our veterans protect.  The issue has to do with voter fraud.  It’s been five days since the election and it’s still not sitting well with me.  It’s not sour grapes because our candidate lost.  It’s something deeper.  In all my life I have never felt so sure about an election as I was sure about this one.  All the things that cannot be measured by a poll led me … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (closing argument edition)

I decided if the candidates can give their closing arguments, so can I.  So here goes.  We are now two days away from taking the first steps in reclaiming and restoring our nation.  We are two days away from reestablishing our constitution as the law of the land.  We are two days away from ending this nightmare that is the Obama Presidency.  It’s time to do what’s right for the country and to stop doing the things that are good for the political parties.  It’s time to change direction and embrace the free market principles and liberties that made America great.  It’s time to step up and accept the truth and reject the lies our politicians are feeding us.  There is no easy path forward, but greatness is never achieved … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Benghazi sources edition)

On Friday Fox News reported that sources who were on the ground in Benghazi stated that requests for help from the CIA annex during the attack that occurred on Sept 11 were denied three times by someone in the CIA chain of command.  These sources appear to be credible as they described in great detail how the events of that night unfolded providing new insight into how unpredictable and dynamic things were on the ground.  Thanks to sources providing an email chain we were able to piece together who knew what and when they knew it.  Sources in regards to the Benghazi attack have become an essential component in getting out the truth to the America people.  These folks we call sources are people who want to do the right … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (Voter apathy edition)

The other day I was having a conversation with an individual about the election.  I asked her if she was getting excited to voice her opinion through the ballot box and she apathetically shrugged her shoulders.  She told me that it really didn’t matter who we elected, nothing was going to change.   She said politicians will say anything to get elected.  They make promises that they have no intentions of keeping and say the things you want to hear.  All they care about is gaining your vote and will lie their way through the election to get it.  She felt so powerless and felt her vote didn’t matter.  Her feelings are echoed by many. As I stood there listening to her I could definitely relate to the concerns she was conveying … Read entire article »

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Teeing it up: A Round at the LINKs (History Edition)

Well it’s now three weeks our from what I believe is the most important election in America’s history.  I decided a few months ago to pursue my Masters Degree in American history because I believe it will be one of the key ingredients in the recipe for getting our country back on track.  I was listening to the Glenn Beck radio show on Friday and they were playing a mock game where they asked people four basic questions about America and the election.  Their responses were sad and was the fodder that Beck and his crew used as comic relief for their show.  Everyone had a great time making fun of how ignorant these people were but as I listened I couldn’t help but feel very sorry for them. We … Read entire article »

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