Freedom Of Speech

I see some people don't like blogs about certain topics. I suggest just scroll on by. I know this is a world wide forum but in our country we value our unalienable rights and one of them is freedom of speech. Without it one has no recourse but to lay slave to "Big Brother'. Without it your opinion does not matter. Without it you sacrifice your manhood or your actual being.

"The people shall not be deprived or abridged of their right to speak, to write, or to publish their sentiments; and the freedom of the press, one of the great bulwarks of liberty, shall be inviolable."
James Madison June 8, 1789

That's my opinion and I welcome yours.

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Big Don

The ballad of Big Bad Don. A song written about the President of the United States Donald J. Trump.

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Donald Trump: ‘Haters’ Infected with ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’

President Donald Trump turned to Twitter Wednesday to slam critics of his meeting and press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday.
“So many people at the higher ends of intelligence loved my press conference performance in Helsinki,” Trump wrote on Twitter.

He said the meeting was successful, insisting he had made progress on several issues important to the United States.

“We got along well which truly bothered many haters who wanted to see a boxing match,” he wrote. “Big results will come!”

He accused critics of wanting to go to war with Russia, rather than work together on key issues.

“Some people HATE the fact that I got along well with President Putin of Russia. They would rather go to war than see this,” he wrote. “It’s called Trump Derangement Syndrome!”

Trump said the sanctions on Russia would remain but that Putin was willing to help handle North Korea.

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Walk a Mile in Trump's Shoes

In To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch told Scout, "You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it." This is the essence of empathy. You can't understand someone until you've walked a mile in his shoes.

Let's for a moment climb inside Donald Trump's skin and walk around in it.

Trump was a successful businessman, a billionaire with properties, resorts, golf courses, and hotels around the world. He owned a huge private jet, only a half-step down from the one he currently uses. He has a beautiful wife and family; his children are smart and following in his business footsteps. He hosted a wildly successful television show, was a household name and a darling of the media before he decided to run for president.

Yet he gave that up. Why would he do that? As a septuagenarian, did his ego demand one more even bigger prize? Or, as some have speculated, was he approached by a group of patriots several years ago and told in no uncertain terms about the Deep State and America's trajectory into the abyss? Perhaps he was told that he was the only one who could run for president, have a chance of winning, then slow or stop America's decline.

Did he, as a consummate patriot, take up the challenge? Someday we may learn why he gave up a comfortable and successful life in exchange for years of scorn and derision.

In Hillary Clinton, he fought a political opponent who was challenging, not personally, but for what and whom she represented: the establishments of both parties, the donor classes, the media, Hollywood, academia, and the Clinton machine that has been active since her husband's presidency two decades earlier.

He worked his butt off, campaigning around the clock. From his tweets at 4 A.M. to his campaign rallies in multiple states in a single day, he worked harder than any candidate in recent memory. His opponent did the opposite. Sipping chardonnay and napping, she listened to her cheerleaders in the media, fawning over her every utterance, telling her repeatedly that she would win the election easily, and doing most of the campaigning for her.

Media coverage of Trump was and still is over 90 percent negative. His own party worked against his election, the party he represented and brought victory to. The big names in the GOP tried to undermine him – McCain, Romney, Bush, Ryan – all past presidents or candidates, the heavy hitters in the GOP, not to mention the Republican NeverTrump whiners.

Then there was the Deep State, the unelected and unaccountable three-letter agencies, conspiring and working against Donald Trump, not only as a candidate, but also as president. They spied on his campaign, creating fictional dossiers used to justify FBI surveillance of Trump, his entire campaign staff, and his family. It was a concerted effort by the leadership of these agencies to prevent his election, then "an insurance policy" to destroy his presidency as a Plan B.

Phony accusations or Russian collusion tainted his presidency, providing a cloud over his election, much like a successful athlete winning a medal or championship fair and square and against all odds, then having his victory tainted with the accusation of rigging or cheating. How would such a winner react to claims that he didn't really win? Especially when he had worked so hard for victory and had so little help in the process.

The Russian collusion story taints Trump's successful campaign and election. The Mueller investigation and drumbeat from the media share the common refrain that Trump is an illegitimate president, that he cheated to win, conspiring with an enemy country. This is the same country, ironically, that so many of Trump's critics were in love with only a few years ago.

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Your thoughts on spanking as a punishment for children

Do you believe in spanking naughty children ?
I myself have only been spanked by my Mother one time that I can remember.
My opinion is spanking is never an option. My Father used to scare me with the back of his hand right up to my face and say “Do you want the back of my hand ? Well do you"? That scared the devil out of me and worked. The fear of what might happen is far greater than having it happen and that's my opinion.
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What Happened? Donald J. Trump Happened

Not very long ago the Democrat Party and the liberal media hated the CIA, hated the intelligence community, and loved Soviet, Cuban, and Chinese communists! Now all of a sudden the Democrat Party and the media loves the intelligence community and hates the Russians?  What happened? I'll tell you what happened. Donald J. Trump is what happened. He controls Democrats. He owns the media. They just can't figure him out. He beautifully, and artfully manipulates them into looking like they are inept fools. He jokes and the media eats it up. He jokes and the media believes it as true and everything blows up. The Donald is showing the world that the American media is gullible and blindly taking serious everything Trump says in jest. An example is Trump decided to have some fun, “Hey, Russia, maybe you can help.”  The media is desperate to find these things ’cause they want to know what to cover up. “Maybe you can find the 33,000 e-mails Hillary deleted. That was July 27th. 2016. That evening Russian operatives targeted Clinton campaign e-mails for the first time.” Well, it was picked up by everybody, picked up by NBC, Chuck Todd, Vox and so forth. This is journalistic malpractice. It’s irresponsible. Because they report it and a bunch of lamebrain idiots out there are gonna believe it.  “This is collusion, Mueller has found collusion. Trump asked Russia to hack, and then Russia went and hacked, doing Trump a favor.” All this based on a joke Trump told. As I said, Trump owns the media. Mueller has found nothing and the lamebrains still believe it.
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Trump, Putin Clash In Intense ‘GoldenEye 007’ Deathmatch


HELSINKI, FINLAND—In a historic sleepover after the 2018 Russia–United States summit in Helskini, President Trump and Vladimir Putin faced off in an intense match of popular first-person shooter GoldenEye 007 on the Nintendo 64.

The two world leaders clashed in an exciting match on the Facility level, using a host of house rules including no slappers, no throwing knives, and no Oddjob. Trump had requested DK Mode in order to make his character’s hands appear larger, but was overruled.

Trump started out strong by grabbing dual RC-P90s and snagging several early kills as Putin struggled to find anything better than a Klobb. But the tide started to turn when Putin laid remote mines near a key chokepoint and lay in wait for the U.S. president, before taking him out with the Russian leader’s favorite weapon, the KF7 Soviet.

The match finished with a tense stand-off in the level’s restroom, with an out-of-ammo Trump cowering in a stall before a body armor-clad Putin burst in and finished him off with a rocket launcher, leaving the Russian president with only a tiny sliver of health remaining. Trump was then forced to give up his controller to the Finnish president per international law, as he had declared, “I got next.”

At publishing time, tournament leaders had confirmed that Putin had used a slew of hacks to achieve his victory, but Trump refused to believe the reports, saying that “Putin says he didn’t, so he didn’t.”

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Trump Meets Putin: ‘I Really Think the World Wants to See Us Get Along’

( - President Donald Trump began his first one-on-one meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in front of the cameras, sitting down for a brief photo-op and congratulating Putin on "a really great World Cup, one of the best ever, from what everybody tells me."

Putin, slouched in his chair, was impassive, as Trump outlined what the two men will discuss:

Most importantly we have a lot of good things to talk about and things to talk about. We have discussions on everything from trade to military to missiles to nuclear to China - we'll be talking a little bit about China, our mutual friend, President Xi.

I think we have great opportunities together -- as two countries that frankly, we have not been getting along very well for the last number of years. I've been here not too long, and it's getting close to two years, but I think we will end up having an extraordinary relationship.

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Reason 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 why I am not a liberal

These people look like zombie's there's nothing about any of them that you'd want to grab except a straight jacket to put them in and a nut house. Lord help us all. I didn't know there was so many ridiculous insane people.

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A Boy And His Dog - Beyond Chance

An amazing story of a boy with problems and a dog who did wonders for him. A dog is indeed man's best friend.

This could be the best 9 minute video you see all year.

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Demographic Problem

This video is from 10 years ago. Was the prediction accurate? You be the judge.

The decline of fertility rate in Western civilization is dropping fast while Muslim fertility rate in Europe and the US is rising high.

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Why I prefer Adoption over abortion....For a very selfish reason...And a positive reunion

I was born in a home for unwed mothers and given up for adoption. If abortion had been legal in 1949 I might not be here today,

I grew up in Royal Oak Michigan which is a suburb of Detroit. From the earliest bedtime stories I was told as a child I was told of a mommy and a daddy who wanted a baby and couldn't get a healthy one. Their first born was named Bobby and had heart disease and died before he was 2 years old. Their second born was named Donny and he also has a heart condition and died when he was just 1 year old. They wanted a healthy baby.

That's where I come in. I was born in March of 1950. I was fostered in August of '50 and finally legally adopted in July of 1951.

The bedtime stories I mentioned gradually were altered to include me so I would realize that I was wanted and understood that I was adopted and I should be happy about that. I was. I am.

I was made to understand that when babies are born they are sometimes not wanted or expected. But I was adopted. I was wanted. I was special.

My family has always treated me as the brother, cousin, son, grandson, nephew, and uncle that I happen to be.

I hear horror stories of adoptees that are not told about their birth. It is wrong to keep a child in the dark on his or her beginning. I never had a prob;em being adopted because of the way my parents informed me and because of the love my family members have shown me over the years.

Early on my mind set was that I had no desire to know who my birth family was. As I grew older I began to wonder who they are. I decided that I would never search for them while my parents were still alive. My Mom passed away in 1973 and my Dad in 1988. I did not immediately begin to search.

Sometime in the mid 1990's I was visiting my Aunt in Detroit and she looked at me and said “Don't you want to know?” I didn't have to have her explain. I knew what she meant.

At some point around 1998 or 1999 I began to explore the adoption web sites to see if anyone was searching for a boy born in Detroit on March 19, 1950. I found nothing. Eventually I made profiles of me at various adoption sites not to seek, but to make myself available to be found if someone was looking for me. I entered what information I knew and that's how it all began.

January 24th 2005 comes around and I get a phone call at 1 am. It was a teenage boy asking me if I was adopted. I said tes I was. He then provided my birth date and city of birth and I said yes. The next thing he said is “You need to talk to my Mom. Next thing I know I'm speaking to a woman who would turn out to be my half sister. She started asking me questions like “Do you have allergies? Is your hair straight and thick? And various other questions that I said yes to. We exchanged pictures and I looked like her younger brother. When I saw his picture, I saw a very strong resemblance. She supplied me with her mother's name.

My adoption records were kept at the Oakland County Michigan probate court. I contacted the court clerk and offered up my information and the name given to me by my half sister. The clerk asked me if this woman was alive and I said no. She then said “Have 'your sister' send me her death certificate and she wou;d go from there. I questioned the clerk “So you're telling me I am related to her? She said “I cannot say just now but “You have 'your sister' send me a copy of her death certificate.”

My sister sent the copy of the death certificate and about 10 days later I get a phone call from the clerk officially confirming that I was indeed related to to this family by birth.

I grew up with one younger brother, and with that phone call I realized I am a half brother to 5 sisters and 2 brothers. I am now the oldest in 2 families.

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