#ThankAVeteran- Veteran’s Day 2017

Happy Veteran’s Day This year I want to commemorate Veteran’s Day by posting former President Ronald Reagan’s veteran’s day speech. It is truly moving and poetic. Well, thank you, Jack Wheeler, thank you very much. I shall treasure that gift. And to all of you, thanks, and good morning. Before I begin, let me take a…

Movie Review- Killing Reagan

Killing Reagan is a biopic film based on the book of the same name by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard. It premiered on the National Geographic Channel in October and was directed by Rod Lurie. It stars Tim Matheson, Cynthia Nixon, Joe Chrest, Joel Murray, Kyle S. More, Michael H. Cole, Patrick St. Esprit, and a…

Remember April 30, 1789? Probably not.

Today, we are celebrating April 30, 1789. What happened on that very important day? It was the day that George Washington was sworn in as the very first President of the United States of America. He needed no teleprompter or a university with his name, though there are now. He was an All-American hero and while…

Nancy Reagan Will Be Missed

Back when former First Ladies were classy and did not try to guilt the American people into liking them, there was Jackie Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, Barbara Bush, and Nancy Reagan. Nancy Reagan was the devoted wife to her husband Ronald Reagan. They had met while her husband was president of the Screens Actors Guild. They…

Patriot Section Highlight: Hiram Rhodes Revels

Since it is Black History Month, this month’s patriot highlight goes to the first Black senator, Republican Hiram Rhodes Revels.  Revels was born free in South Carolina on September 27, 1827. Though he apprenticed as barber, he went to seminary where he studied theology. He began a career as a Methodist pastor and evangelist where he…

Remembering Pearl Harbor 2015

We in the United States of America remember those who perished in the cowardly surprise attack on the naval base on Pearl Harbor, the even that launched us into World War 2. In remembrance, I am posting President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s famous address to the nation in regards to the attack. Yesterday, December 7, 1941…

Thanksgiving 2015 (Updated and Revised)

I am going to dispense with the politically correct version of the first celebrated Thanksgiving Feast, and tell it how I believe it happened based on my own studies on the matter. A band of Pilgrims, seeking freedom from religious persecution, fled from the British Empire and set sail on the Mayflower. They endured harsh…

I Support The #BlazeDebate

After the disastrous CNBC debate, the Republican National Committee has announced that they had discontinued their partnership with NBC News who were going to host the debate with their sister network Telemundo in February 2016. The RNC said they would continue the debate without NBC’s participation, but continue with the team from National Review who…

Reaction to the CNBC 2015 GOP Debate

I want to apologize, dear readers, I planned on Live Tweeting the Republican Presidential debate as it was broadcast live from CNBC. Unfortunately, folks like me who use streaming were banned because of a blackout that the network instituted. As such, I watched a recording this morning, though I missed the “undercard” debate. I took…

American Patriot Section Highlight: Sam Houston

Today is the anniversary of Sam Houston becoming the first President of the Republic of Texas after successfully leading the Texan army to victory at the Battle of San Jacinto. He would later serve as the first senator from Texas when the young nation was annexed into the United States of America and later became…

American Patriot Section Highlight: Casimir Pulaski

Casimir Pulaski was a hero of two nations. After fighting for Poland’s freedom from Russia’s meddling in the nation, Benjamin Franklin successfully recruited the courageous commander into the Continental Army for America’s War for Independence against Great Britain. In distinguished himself in the Northern Front, where General George Washington placed him in the Calvary in…

Happy Patriot Day 2015 Part 2: Remembering 9-11-2012

On September 11th, 2012, I was sitting in my room when I saw a news update. A group of cowards with the same so-called ideology from 2001 attacked our Libyan embassy in Benghazi. They charged it, bombed it, murdered several of the staff, and then paraded around their bodies. It was another horrifying attack on…

Memorial Day 2015

To honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for their country, I have put the transcript of former president Ronald Reagan’s Memorial Day speech from Arlington National Cemetery on May 31, 1982.  Mr. President, General, the distinguished guests here with us today, my fellow citizens: In America’s cities and towns today, flags will be…

Happy Birthday Ronald Reagan

Happy Birthday to one of the greatest President of the United States in modern history! While by no means a perfect man, he was a president who kept our country safe and sound. We slept peacefully at night and he took charge, leading from the front and not from behind. Thank you, President Ronald Reagan!…

10 Books I Want To Be Movies 2014

I am a reader. No one can deny it. My shelf is filled with tons of books. One thing I love is imagining what the characters look like or sound like. One of the coolest things is seeing that book come to life. I always enjoy watching my favorite books get turned into movies as…

September 11th, Happy Patriots Day Part 1

On September 11th, 2001, I was being home-schooled by my Mom alongside my sister. My dad was out on a business engagement and the sun was shining.  However, we got an urgent call from a friend who knew we never turned on the TV that the United States of America had been attacked in New…

July 9th- George Washington’s Troops

I came upon a very interesting fact. Though the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4th, 1776 by the United States Continental Congress, it was read to George Washington’s troops on July 9th in New York City. I have to wonder what our first US troops were thinking. They knew they were going to…

Happy Independence Day 2014

Yes, I am proud to be an American. I was born, raised, and I will die here! These United States of America are truly a great blessed by God Almighty to be brought together under our sacred Constitution.  I am proud to be an American, I say again. This is truly the land of the free…