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Fire From The Heartland: Just the Beginning

September 25th, 2010 | By

The first-ever film to tell the entire story of the conservative woman in her own words, “Fire from the Heartland” is a powerful statement about America at a crossroads and the women who have awakened to the crisis. With role models such as Clare Boothe Luce, Margaret Thatcher, and Phyllis Schlafly as inspiration, these women are the unintended consequence of the liberal feminist movement.

Tracing the long history of the many conservative women who have been the backbone of this great nation, from the founding mothers of our Republic to today’s “Mama Grizzlies,” this powerful and compelling documentary honors the self-made American woman.

Activists, politicians and commentators such as Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, S.E. Cupp, Dana Loesch, Michelle Easton, Sonnie Johnson, Jenny Beth Martin, Michelle Moore, Jamie Radtke, Deneen Borelli, Janine Turner, and Congresswomen Cynthia Lummis, Jean Schmidt, and Michele Bachmann share their emotional stories of hardship and triumph in their fight for freedom. These women leaders are fanning the flames of liberty across the nation.

Written and directed by Stephen K. Bannon and produced by David N. Bossie, the team that made the critically acclaimed film “Generation Zero” that focused on the financial meltdown and the rise of the Tea Party, “Fire from the Heartland” is a must-see for every citizen concerned with the direction of our country and will stir a fire in the hearts of all Americans.

WOW! That’s all I can say. Okay, let’s start at the beginning…..

Back in June I was interviewed by Citizen United for an upcoming documentary, Fire from the Heartland.  It was quite the experience.  I don’t wear make-up and here was a woman painting my face.  I’ve never been in front of a camera before but here all lens were on me.  I’ve always been willing to share my testimony but here I was recording it for all the world to see.

It turned out to be a wonderful experience.   Tien Pasco and Stephan Bannon were awesome and once we got rolling I had so much fun.  In my biased opinion, it showed in the film.  Beautifully shot and threaded together, I felt empowered surrounded by so many strong women.

My empowerment quickly turned to humility and reassurance in God’s purpose for me.  When I was invited to speak in Roanoke back in April, I had no idea a directors sister was in the audience.  When I finished the speech, I had no idea she got right on the phone with her brother who works at Citizens United and told him about me.  When I confirmed the interview, I didn’t understand the new Conservative movement was under the leadership of women who knew pain and struggle but found strength in God, Country, Family, and Principles.

Fire From the Heartland is film every American who loves this Country needs to see.

With Racism as the main charge against the Tea Party, Americans tend to overlook the big picture.  It’s not about race, it’s about true representation.  The Elite, of both parties, don’t understand what it’s like to have to file bankruptcy and clean other peoples houses like Jenny Beth Martin.   How could they possibly understand what it’s like to work and save for three years for a pair of contact lens like Michelle Bauchman?  Can they really understand Deneen Borelli’s endless fight?

And that’s why Women in the Tea Party are joining the ranks of Phyllis Schlafly, Sarah Palin, Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulture, and S.E. Cupp as the true conservatives in America.  This isn’t a fight any of us wanted but it is a fight we will wage none the less.  Fire from the Heartland is just a preview.

What Jay-Z and Ronald Reagan Have In Common: Rally for Ron Ferrin

June 4th, 2010 | By

History In The Making


Generation Zero: The Pawns That Lived Through It

May 15th, 2010 | By

When you think of the ’60’s, what’s the first thing to come to mind?  Even though this was the time of Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X, when phrased properly, you get an immediate image of “Hippies” and drugs.  Woodstock.  War Protest.  An era of American History where we lost all sense of common decency and affection towards each other.  This is the time period explained in Citizens United’s Generation Zero.

The documentary is a great timeline of how we got to the financial crisis now gripping our country.  It starts with the Hippies of the ’60’s and progresses until those same people began to control Wall Street and the White House.  But you know me, I can’t replay the movie for you.  Check it out at

Here’s what I learned.  Big Government is sooooooo dangerous because the “Kings” and “Queens” treat every other player on the board like a pawn.  I’m not a GREAT Chess player but I know the rules of the game.  The “King” and “Queen” alone can not win a Chess match, I don’t care how special or all powerful they assume they are.  That’s why they are provided Rooks, Knights, and Bishops to give them support, plus one row of pawns to deflect, protect, and advance the “Kings” and “Queens” influence over the board. 

Here’s where the problem comes in.  The “Kings” and “Queens” of Big Government have convinced the American Middle Class that we are “Rooks”, the outside stabilizing force of the American System and we need to be taken care of.  Yet in the same breath, they move our protective pawns leaving us completely exposed.   An example:  I remember my teenage years under Clinton.  All the black inequality talk at the time centered around black inability to acquire a home loan.  So the “Kings” and “Queens” told us we were “Rooks” and we deserved to have a home.  And we bought it hook line and sinker.  We didn’t pay attention when our protection was removed and we didn’t ask why all of a sudden there was so much movement other places on the board.

 If you came up during this time period, especially with the “Liberal” education provided at public schools, you didn’t see yourself as a sacrificial lamb.  The edict from Big Government told you all this was for your benefit.  So “WE”, the American People, went out and took advantage of these loans.  We didn’t care about Fixed rates vs Variables.  We didn’t bat an eye when Acorn workers told us to lie on applications.  While some of this was wreck less, uneducated, and plain irresponsible, it was also a result of us believing we were way more valuable than we actually were.

WE BELIEVED GOVERNMENT.  We believed our “Kings” and “Queens” held the Rooks at high value or if not, we believed they were smart enough not to bite the hand that feeds them.  This is why I’m not great at Chess.  You have to be sneaky and underhanded.  You have to mask your true intentions behind frivolous moves meant to distract and unbalance your opponent.  I’m more of the lay it all on the table type and so are most of the American People, especially when we realize we are not being treated like “Rooks”.   The Federal Government is playing us like pawns and they are not even hiding it any more.

The Banks got Bail-Outs.  The American People got home foreclosures, great loses in property value, bad credit, and bankruptcy.  The Auto Company got Bail-Outs.  The American People got Car Dealerships forced into giving away their location, cars, and client list to other Dealerships because Government said so.   Obama Supporters got payback in the Stimulus Package.  The American People got 10% unemployment rates.

How will history reflect US?  While we worry about what legacy Bush or Obama will have, what will the future generation say when they look at us through the annals of time?  I hope they will look back and realize what some of us currently here are afraid to acknowledge, America was not built for Big Government.  I hope they look back at us and say that was the generation that refused to be put into it’s place by Government.  That was the generation when the people gained enough to power to win the Chess match without a Queen on the board and without the King moving a single space.  That’s when we started to sacrifice for each other because we wanted too not because the Government forced it on us.

That was the Generation were once again America reclaimed, By the PEOPLE for the PEOPLE.

What Does A Community Organizer Organize? The Fruits of Obama’s Labor

May 13th, 2010 | By

I want to share my thought process with you.  I was listening to my Ipod the other day, and Will Smith “Summertime” came on.  Especially in early spring, this song makes you feel good.  It makes you want to clean out your closet and see what you need to complete your summer look.  It makes you want to take your car to the detail shop to make weekly cleanings easier.  It makes you call up  your family and ask when’s the first cook-out.  Right in my moment of bliss a news story crosses the TV screen “Illionois state legislature calls for National Guard to curb violence”.   Way to mess up a great song with harsh reality.

The first question to come to my mind, Isn’t the President from Chicago?  Wasn’t he a community organizer?  Why are those organizations not helping to curb the violence on Chicago’s streets?  If they aren’t there to help curb murder rates caused by lack of hope and employment, then what are they organizing?  Seriously, take away the politics and just look at the people.  They can organize massive rallies and poke jokes from a Correspondence Dinner to protest the crackdown on Illegal Immigration but there is no mention of the blood being shed on American Streets.  They can push for Amnesty for law breakers but what about the innocent people caught in the middle of gang violence.  Where is their march, protest, or even recognition?

Instead we get a “Summertime” filled lost friends, imprisoned peers, and truly neglected youth.  Jesse Jackson Jr. is the incumbent of the 2nd Congressional District in Illinois, where is the Rainbow Coalition?  The NAACP?  Where are any of these groups that claim they are trying to provide Social Justice or true equality?  Doesn’t that include the right to live in City where there isn’t a murder every week day andtwo on the weekend.  If not, it  should.

Which leads back to the basic question, what does a community organizer organize?  If the President spent the majority of his young career rallying the people of Chicago to stand together, should we count 147 people dead this year as proof of Obama’s success?  While most would think that was an attempt at humor or irony, it is a completely honest question.  It only makes sense once you understand what the Acorns and SEIU’s of America are really organizing.

Let’s see what they’ve already done.  Barack Obama is for the Community Reinvestment Act.    While national averages for foreclosures dropped, the rate in Chicago actually rose.  Barack Obama is for the Unions.  The state of Illinois is near bankruptcy and a huge burden of that cost is the 5.4 billion slated for next years pensions cost to pay members of those unions.   Barack Obama is for Green Jobs.  The Unemployment rate in Chicago is 11.3% and rising.  Are any of these statistics worthy of praise, never mind the Presidency.  These results are lack luster and destructive and the people of Chicago have to deal with its effect.

They are organizing a revolution.  They are creating division, separation, anger, dashed hopes and unobtainable financial security.  If Chicago is the template for what’s to come in America, then we need not look toward Greece for inspiration to save our country.  We should look right in our own backyards. We should look at our Presidents stomping grounds. 

But let’s change our perspective along the way and this time look at the people.  It’s black kids that are dying.   The same group that comes out and roots for Barack Obama as a savior are the same ones that fear walking the street after dark.  They have Barack Obama bumper stickers on their cars as they drive along funeral processions.  They answer the Democratic call to organize when Acorn funding is at risk but angry mobs of teenagers creating damage to life and property goes unchecked.  They are organizing the first wave towards the destruction of the United States of America as a Democratic Republic.

If you are a black American, or African American if you prefer, and you truly believe America is a racist country then you should be afraid that I’m right.  If you believe with all your heart and soul that the white man doesn’t want you to have anything andwe are on our way to a Revolution, then are you really in a position to dispute what I’m saying?   Black segments of the population will be the first to go.  What we need to understand is the color of your skin means nothing, it’s more about your stature and net worth.  The POOR will be the first to go.  This will mean black, white, brown, and any other classification we use to separate ourselves from the truth of Big Government. 

An all powerful Government will protect itself first and foremost, always.  People be damned.  So just imagine a population that fears no response for their actions because the Government not only doesn’t step in, they encourage rage and anger at the very situations they created.  Take into account we as a black people are predisposed to burning down our own communities, what will happened when Government can no longer provide food stamps, unemployment checks, or social security benefits?  We will be the first group to take to the streets and we will be made into an example and I can assure you there will be no black groups standing up for the atrocities.  Just like they are vying for their place at the table now, they will show their true colors then as well.

We need to wake up and realize Obama’s efforts in Chicago were a success.  The corrupt state and local government has choked the life and spirit out of the city to the point they would actually consider allowing armed Military Forces take over their streets.  If you fear the local police, just imagine Federal Soldiers with the ability to shot to kill.  This wouldn’t scare me so much if most poor Black and Latino men and women weren’t  also brought up with a shot to kill philosophy.  Both entities believing power comes from the barrel of a gun.

Summertime is coming but we haven’t yet began to feel the heat.  When state workers get IOU’s instead of paychecks, beaurcratic jobs start to disappear, and the people realize Hope and Change really meant the distruction of their current way of life then we will see the fruits of Obama’s labor.

Racism vs Elitism: Which Game are You Playing?

April 19th, 2010 | By

This article is weeks in the making.  I’ve actually sat at the computer and started to write four time already, to no avail.  I really don’t want to write another race article, yet God has put it on my heart  so here we go.

What is Racism?  Dictionary Definition- a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race.   WOW! 

This leads me to all sorts of questions.   Let’s start with America’s most known racist, the KKK.   The Ku Klux Klan was created by Democrats after the Civil War.   After the Confederates defeat, there were a lot of soldiers and land owners who wanted to maintain White Supremacy.   Why?  If they we’re really Racist, they would be unafraid of giving blacks their freedom.  In fact, they were cowards afraid to compete.

Just think about it.  These white men had been taught their whole lives that they were the cream of the crop.  They were the race that God put here to dominate America but in their heart of hearts, they knew better.  They had seen the Black Men in the fields and they knew they could not outwork them.   They knew the only thing standing in the way of Black People rising to take over the South was lack of education.    Now they were no longer in the position to deny them that right. 

Blacks outnumbered whites in the South, so if they found out they could vote, it was all over.  This is what sparked the KKK.  FEAR!   Fear they were not pre-destined to greatness.  Fear they were really equal to blacks, therefore we had to be put in our place.   Fear of their own inferiority.  So, were they racist or  elitist, thrown from their mis-placed high perch? 

Their mothers and fathers, not God, gave them the feeling of Superiority.  They were Elitist.  Dictionary Definition-  the socially superior part of society or a group of persons who by virtue of position or education exercise much power or influence.   As long as slavery existed, they could control the minds of the people and keep their social stature.  Elites are always scared to compete.  That’s why Kings, Queens, and Slave Owners ruled with absolute power.  Who are you to question me?

I’ve run this concept across a couple of people and I get the same reaction from those who disagree, just look at the Nazis’.  Ok but first we have to look at the Jews.  What is the primary argument used to justify hating the Jews?  Most say, “they crucified Jesus”.  Ok, they played their part in God’s will.  What else you got?

The real reason Jews are hated is because they are perceived as the pervayers of money and power.   They are the reason this group is poor or that group is unhappy.  They have  been used as a scapegoat all throughout History to redirect a nation’s hatred away from the “ELITES” that rape and plunder private property and personal funds.  Just blame the Jews.

Now, if you are Hitler and you already have the people, what’s next?  If you were really that secure in the dominance of the Blue-Eyed Blond-Haired race why not build a nation on that dominance?  Like, “German People stand up, strap up your bootstraps and let’s show the rest of the world how a perfect White Society looks”.  Instead, it became “if we could only get rid of the Jews”.  Why?  Are Germans so inferior that you have to eliminate all other ethnicities to be successful? 

This is Cowardice, not Superiority.  Are Germans incapable of practicing frugality?  Are they to stupid to manage, stack, and re-invest the resources and capital within their society?  Why is their whole existence predicated on the extinction of another race?  Nazi’s were not racist, they were Elitist who believed they could forge a perfect society once they became the only strong group.  While all Jews were sought after, those who owned land, businesses, and personal wealth were the first to go. 

This is the part where I really piss some people off.  If the definition holds true, we are the most racist people on the planet and to make it worse, most of our racism is targeted back towards ourselves.   We were taught by our mothers and fathers, “A white man doesn’t want a black man to succeed”.  Does this actually affect a Black Person’s ability to succeed?  Only if that Black Person believes they are inferior.

And as a community, we have brought into this notion hook, line, and sinker.    “They” want Black Communities to fail and we stand and watch as they crumble.  “They” don’t represent us and our needs in Government, so we stand back and let them make the decisions for us.    “They” want to see our Black men in prison, so we sell drugs and shoot each other to make their job easier.  Here comes the million dollar question, WHO is THEY?

Are “They” white men in sheets or are “They” the black people that convinced our mothers and fathers we needed government?  I ask this question because I’ve been learning my history.  When those white men were running around afraid to show who they really were, Blacks were building towns, industry, and healthy, happy families.  While those white men hung us from trees and burnt down our churches, we were taking our rightful place in the food chain of America.  For all the hate and destruction perpetrated by the KKK, in actuality, they were a complete failure as a group.  We beat them by building, when all they could do was destroy.

While white racism towards blacks may still exist in America, is it the true force behind our ills?  Take a look back at the footage of the Civil Rights movement.  Most Blacks were in suits and dresses with their heads held high as they marched through White neighborhoods unafraid.  They didn’t care what White people thought, maybe because they had white people marching along side them, they marched because of their own strength and dignity.  They owned homes, businesses, and were productive members of society, whether a white man wanted them to be or not.

So how did we get to thinking we have to take everything from White People to be successful Black People?  When did our existence start to depend on the extermination or degradation of another racial group?  When did we become Cowards afraid to compete because of our own inferiority?  I don’t believe this is who we truly are.  I believe we are powerful beyond measure when we count on ourselves instead of focusing on tearing down someone else.

Where did our current lack of self-sufficiency begin?  In my opinion, it started in the 1920’s with W.E.B. DuBois.  While Progressives like Margaret Sanger were trying to develop means to destroy the black community, DuBois stepped in and said Wait.  All blacks are not inferior.  There are 10% of us who are equal to white people.  The other 90% can be controlled by us Black Elites.  What percentage of the black vote did Obama receive?

Then the Civil Rights movement began.  We wanted to prove we were equals and all we demanded was an equal playing field.   This movement wasn’t started by the Elite.  It was started by a single black woman, Rosa Parks, who had enough pride and dignity within herself to say enough is enough.  She became a national treasure because she showed the strength of a single American to start a Revolution.

And where were the Elites?  They were negotiating with President Kennedy.  It didn’t matter to them that Kennedy had both Martin Luther King Jr and Malcom X under government surveillance, it only mattered that they be the one’s that officially broker the deal of Civil Rights.  How upset the Talented Tenth, DuBois’ Elite 10%, must have been to have the 90% of inferior citizens move mountains.

After King’s Death, the Elite went right to work within the Democratic Party.  They missed their chance to win over the black community, who still voted Republican, and they were hell bent on proving their superiority.   They were now amongst the Elites from the KKK, the Elites from the Progressives, and the Elites of the Unions.   

If you are a White Democrat and you want to secure the black vote, you must now go through the Black Elite.  And this is where we have been for the last Forty Years.  It doesn’t matter if a Democrat has our best interest at heart, it only matters they are accepted by those who presume they are the Cream of the Black Crop.  The Jesse Jacksons’ throw out accusations of a Racist America, when they are Millionaires.  The Al Sharptons’ preach on “fairness” and “social justice”, without explaining what they mean is Socialism.    They make it seem like being Black in America is a plague, yet they are invited to all the parties, galas, and conventions with the other Elites.

And we are left to argue over Race.  We still talk in Black and White, while the Elites have moved on to giving favors to the Unions, Car Companies, Banks, and other Financial Institutions.  Slowly but surely, this generation of perceived Black Elites are learning a hard lesson.  Barack Obama didn’t come up through the traditional “Harlem” channels.  He didn’t seek out Al Sharpton, he had Andy Stern.  He didn’t seek out Jesse Jackson, he had “Chicago Politics”.  And now they are surprised there is no “Black Agenda”.

We must stop talking race and start talking Financial Freedom.  We must stop waiting for Government to be “FAIR” and “SAVE” us, we must begin building the life boats to save ourselves. We must declare our own equality copying those before us.  We must build.  We can no longer play the game of React and Destroy, remember you reap what you sow.  We can no longer accept someone else’s failure as our only access to success.  We’ve done it before, can we do it again?

What I Got From the Tea Party!

April 18th, 2010 | By

Holla at ya Girl.  I did my very first speech ever Tax Day 2010 down in Roanoke Virginia.  There were a lot people there and I was excited to be apart of such a fantastic rally.  The Roanoke Tea Party Coordinators and Participants are AWESOME.

And that’s the question I’ve gotten asked, How did the White People treat you?   Such a moronic question and I’m so tired of hearing it.  Let’s have an adult conversation here.  How do the white people treat you at the bank?  How do the white people treat you at the grocery store, the mall, or any other place in America where there is integration?

Wait!  Isn’t that what the Civil Rights movement was about?  The right for blacks, whites, and every other color or shade to use the same bathrooms, eat at the same restaurants, and YES, PROTEST big government spending at the same rally.  This, more than the election of Obama where most blacks admitted voting on color not character, is a true reflection of Martin Luther King Jr’s dream.

I was unafraid to bring up the issue of race during my speech and the people where not scared to bring up race in personal conversation.  They were a lot like me, they didn’t lie about not seeing color, they just didn’t care about color.   Just Check out the Speech………

Part 1

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Michael “Man-O” Steele: Super Hero of Hard Truth

March 21st, 2010 | By



I’m standing in the Republican Capital Hill Club conversing with Lester Phillips, candidate for 5th Congressional Seat in AL, when I noticed “that’s Michael Steele”.  I immediately began to run my questions in my mind.  This was the moment I had been waiting for,  the moment I got to meet my Hero in the 2008 elections.

Nervous.  In one word, that’s all I felt.  Let me qualify that.  I’m not a believer in making Men idols.  This wasn’t the greatest event in my life nor was it the second greatest event,  it was simply a moment I got to meet and greet a part of American History.  The first Black man elected Chairman of the Republican Party, the Anti-Slavery Party.  My Party.

I approached Michael Steele and a bright smile appeared on his face.  “Hey, I’m so glad you’re here”.

“You don’t even know me.”  I smiled back as only I could.


“That’s why I’m glad you’re here.  Now I can get to know you.”   Instead of my list of prepared questions, I ended up telling Michael Steele how inspirational he was and how he affected my acceptance of the Republican Party.  He stood quietly and listened to me speak, even while actual candidates gathered around waiting for their turn to converse with the RNC Chairman.  It wasn’t the grounding breaking interview I’d hoped for but it left me happy and smiling.

We were then prompted to take our seats as Chairman Steele took the podium.  This was my first forum, of any kind, and I was expecting a roof raising, highly passionate march towards victory speech.  Instead Michael Steele gave the room full of potential candidates what all black conservatives are seeking from their leadership, TRUTH.

“Some of you will not win.  So, what happens when you lose?”  Steele asked a crowd with hushed breath.

At that moment Michael Steele became the man I hoped he would be.   He stroked no egos.  He held no punches.  He didn’t waste time painting some fancy portrait about how “This is the year of the Black Republican”.  He didn’t promise a Black Face at the head of the Republican Party would produce a whole crop of new High Level Black Republicans.

Instead, he placed the weight of each campaign squarely on the shoulders of the candidates.  If they didn’t communicate with each other and learn the trade secrets, “Shame on You”.    If they didn’t seek out and access the many tools at their disposal through the RNCC, “Shame on You”.  If you lose and give up…….I guess you get the point.

Michael Steele demanded self-accountability of his candidates, most of which are still fighting in Republican Primaries in their Districts.  He didn’t favor them because of their color, he demanded they understand the situation and realize this is an on-going battle.   He didn’t coddle with rhetoric intended to rile the candidates up, he hit them with hard doses of reality meant to humble their very existence.

I sat in the back of the room and watched the candidates sit like statues.  I wish I could’ve seen their faces.  Since they had arrived at the Washington Marriott, the candidates had been attacked by people like me and other reporters.  They were floating on top of the world and I accept my responsibility in giving them that feeling.  Michael Steele gave them what no one else could, the realization they were not to big to fail.

He left them with the only thing that really matters in this world, Perserverence.  He recounted his unsuccessful 2006 campaign for a U.S. Senate seat in Maryland.  He told the candidates how he broke fundraising records in the state and still lost the election.  But only through that loss did he have the chance to run for and capture the head position in the GOP.   Failure was not the worst thing that could happen, failing to get back up was.

Free Cells Phones: It Only Cost Your Privacy!

February 23rd, 2010 | By

Really, I’m trying.  I’ve spent the last year trying not to talk about President Barack Obama.  While I mention him here and there,  it’s mostly about policy.  I am vehemently against a Government take over in Healthcare and it doesn’t have a thing to do with Obama.  Before I was diagnosed with Crohns, the Doctors’ didn’t know what was wrong with me.  I’m glad I live in America were innovative care exists.  Just ask Newfoundland Premier Danny Williams.  How’s that Heart Surgery in Canada?

I understand Progressives plan to make the medical system HORRIBLE, so Americans will beg for something different.  That’s their MO, create a problem and offer a solution that gives them more power.   From our Schools, (where they push Teacher’s Unions as the solution to removing Christ, Values, Principles, and Discipline) to our Kids,( where they push Highly Specialized Lunches as the solution to letting our kids become overweight from lack of play due to Playground Safety Concerns)  all in their desire to create a perfect society.

We’re humans, we’re not supposed to be perfect.  There has never been, nor will there ever be, a perfect society.  Why?  Because Every Person has their own definition of what perfect is.  Is your Utopia Tea and Crumpets in Martha’s Vineyard or Mardi Gras in New Orleans?  Is your Heaven on Earth a small town or a big city?  Is Miley Cyrus singing or Tupac?  What is Perfect?

So, they don’t use the word “Perfect”, they say “Fair”.  It’s only fair.  And this is where I get pissed. 

The Progressives have turned us into cry babies that don’t understand that life isn’t Fair.  Often it is full of messed up twist and turns, really good highs and very bad lows, and moments of peace in between for reflection before it’s time to move on to the next disaster.  It’s LIFE.  Now, in my life I’ve learned that when someone wants to do something for FREE for you, it’s not really free.  It comes with a lot of little strings attached.  Would you accept something a crackhead tried to give you for Free?  No.  But the government says Free and we line up.

The lastest in this string of Create, Destroy, and Fix Again is FREE CELL PHONES.  The Liberals have done such a bang up job inserting themselves into the Lame Street Media, now no one is watching them anymore.  The American People are well aware of the bias.  So, how can you saturate the market with a predetermined message?

Give  everyone a free cell phone, team up with Google to handle the advertisements, and allow tracking of the cell phones with no warrant.  Bingo.  Now you can be alerted via text message when you pass a restaurant with Union Employees or warned those Nasty Tea Party People will be demonstrating in your town.  They can directly target you with the information they want you to have, when they want you to have it.

They can tell where you are eating and decide if you are making choices acceptable under the Healthcare Bill.  They can tell how long your car was in continuous movement and calculate your average Gasoline usage.   They can track who you are with and for how long.  In other words, picture the census on steroids.  No need to collect voluntary information, now they can track which schools your kids attend or where they spend their time after school.  There is no limit to power in this data, including putting a name to every face that decides to protest against a power hungry government.

What’s more appalling?   Every single person paying for their service is currently being taxed for the right to have their privacy invaded.  Yup!  Wondering about that extra $2.00-$2.35 Fee on your cell phone bill? Courtesy of the Obama Administration and the uninformed that need to be made aware they are not collecting all the BENEFITS waiting for them from the Government.

The critics would tell you I’m paranoid.  They would say “it’s good for old people on a fixed income” or “single mothers who need to stay in contact with their kids”, how can you argue with that? I wouldn’t, if it was targeting old people.  It specifically targets current citizen and non-citizens on any form of public assistance.

If you thought I was playing conspiracy theory before, watch this.  While no one can explain why the Government feels the need to get involved in the cell phone industry, their reasoning for cell phone tracking includes keeping an eye on criminals.  Now, these ads are targeted at Poor Blacks and Hispanics.  Do you think we should expect the arrest and conviction rate to increase in our Communities?

Did She Say That: 2010 Resolution

January 7th, 2010 | By

Conservative Whisper

A week into the New Year and I’m still working on a resolution.  By no means am I perfect or without flaws, but this year can’t be superficial.   This years’ resolution can’t be about outside appearance, personal wants, or unrealistic expectations.

I thought I had it.  I’ve been lax on decision making.  I postpone and put off easy and simple decisions and I’m not sure why.  So I prayed on it and received a message from God via FaceBook

 God has more in store for us then we can ever predict, and what we fear are bad choices frequently turn out for the best, because our hidden aspirations know better where we are going than our rational minds.

That sounds just like me.  My mind just isn’t ready to accept what the Lord has prepared for me, all it takes is faith.  Good, Problem Solved.  Yeah right, when is anything ever that simple?   I’ve experienced the battle of inner-faith with God.  I’ve tried to walk the path I thought best and failed, and I’ve walked God’s path and found light at the end of the tunnel; faith is not my issue.

So, I’ve spent the last couple of days trying to figure out exactly what is it that prevents me from making little decisions, even though I have faith that God is by my side and his will shall be done.    So God sent me another Message via FaceBook and this time he attached a member of his army.

Happy Warriors Needed, Nadra Enzi A.K.A. Capt. Black


I wasn’t that happy warrior.  Hey, wait.  I thought I was supposed to be focused on decision making, why is there now a question of my overall attitude?  Where’s the connection?  

After a conversation with Capt. Black, this is what I realized.  We all come from different circumstances.  We may live in the same communities, experience the same situations, and battle the same demons; yet we all have a different perspective on the same journey.   This is unavoidable, lonely, and the greatest gift anyone could ever hope to receive.  We all have the ability to take the same situation and make of it what we desire.

But we have to be willing to make the tough decisions.  How can you be sure of what you desire if you’re stuck between yes or no, stay or go, to forgive or not to forgive, or any other number of small questions we delay answering?    Before you say it, I know those questions that really stick us in place aren’t small, per se.  As we contemplate the outcome they seem huge, but are they really? 

Here’s the twist.  Before you can make a decision, you have to be in control of your own mind.   This is not a question of intelligence or wisdom, more of trust.  Alot of us have faith in God, what we lack is the basic trust in ourselves.  Who knows better the truth behind your indecision?  And if you’re anything like me, a vision just popped into your head and you understand why dieting isn’t working, your business is failing,  or you continue to overspend. 

It’s that little voice in the back of your head that says, “remember last time” or “it was so much easierwhen”.   As Capt. Black pointed out, “That’s the old part of you trying to hold on for its very existence.”  And you listen to that voice becausethe person you were got you to where you are, when everyone else from the same community, the same situation, battling the same demons didn’t make it.

We forget our communities have changed, our situation altered, yet the same demons are after us.  We get stuck due to our inabilityto trust our own personal growth, even though we are self aware, confident, and guided by faith.  We are still human, faulty, and bound to pauseor delay because we just don’t know what’s on the other side.

So the 2010 Resolution for Did She Say that is…..

Trust yourself to be wise enough, strong enough, confident enough, experienced enough, to make decisions, especially the mountains you’ve made of mole hills.

Until They Blame YOU!

December 16th, 2009 | By

Hurry, we need to pass Healthcare.  Let’s blame big pharma. 

We can’t.  We made a deal with them.  They go along with healthcare, we won’t allow Canadian medicine into America.

O.K. Blame Canada. 

We don’t want to say anything bad about the healthcare system we’re trying to force on Americans, plus I think South Park already took that line.

Then Blame Doctors

The people don’t believe their doctor would cut off their foot for profit

Blame Insurance Companies

That could work. 

I question, Who’s next?

Hurry, we need to save the Planet.  Let’s blame Car Companies

We can’t.  We own car companies now.

Climate Change Opposition, blame them

That’s about 72% of all Americans, I don’t think that’s a good idea.

Why didn’t I think of this before?  Let’s blame Big Oil

Again?  How about if we add the coal industry this time, change it up a bit.

I question, Who’s next?

Hurry, we need jobs.  Blame Bush

That was easy.

We still need jobs.

Blame Bush.

Ahhhh….That’s not working anymore

Blame Wallstreet

We’re telling Wallstreet to stop paying people.  I don’t think that would work.

Do I have to do everything?  Blame Banks for not lending.

We’re telling the Bankers they participated in risky behavior that caused our Country to slip into a deep depression.  Now you want them to go back to that risky behavior with the American Taxpayer backing them up?

Just Blame the Bankers and Bush.  That should work

 I question, Who’s next?

We are getting the Government we deserve.  Yet, no one is placing the blame at our footsteps.  We want a Government that obeys the will of the people and that’s what we have.  A Government that blames someone else for the problems they create, just like many of us do in our personal lives.  When things go wrong  because of personal decisions, we can easily point at Republicans or Democrats and say they are the problem.  Why should we be surprised our Government reflects that?

So, let’s get to the question at hand.  Who’s next?   I mean, when everything hits the fan and the blame game is no longer fun, who will be left holding all the chips?  Government!  While we’re busy paying attention to Tiger Woods and White House party crashers, the Executive Branch is collecting and consolidating power.  What happens when America wakes up and Government has complete power to place blame?

American Citizens, we blame you for the exorbitant cost of healthcare.  You and your drinking alcohol, soda, and milk.  You think you have the right to free healthcare when you eat meat, don’t get enough exercise, and spend all day combing the Internet for new information on what we’re doing.  You got your free abortion, why are you complaining because Granny can’t get a hip replacement?  You will live by our rules because we know what’s good for you.

What happens when there is nothing you can do about it?  At least with insurance, you could go to government with a grievance. 

American Citizens, we blame you for the destruction of our planet.  You and your big screen t.v.’s, monster SUV’s, and big houses.  You think the planet will keep on spinning if you continue to have multiple child families, dogs and cats for pets, and keep multiplying the cattle population?  Do you know the carbon foot print of farting cows, crying babies, and animals you can’t eat?  You have experienced the privilege of Capitalism and you squandered it, now you will bow to the will of  Government.

American Citizens, we blame you for the lack of jobs.  Where is your ambition?  Where is your desire not to settle?  We gave you high minimum wage, the right to a union, and a Trillion dollar stimulus.   And what about unemployment benefits, we gave you two years and you still need a job.  Don’t worry, we’ll give you what you seek.   I’ve got an opening to dig and refill ditches.

Realize  none of these things are your fault, unless you believe the standard of living in America is too advanced compared to the rest of the world.  The rest of us shouldn’t be blamed for the price of healthcare, the destruction of our planet or lack of jobs.  That blame rightly falls on the politicians in Washington.  Our fault lies in continuing to send the same people back to represent us.

We send them back with no punishment for earmarks, violating the Constitution or refusing to hear the will of the people; then we wonder why all we ever see is blame instead of results.  If you’re a Republican, you blame the Democrats.  If you’re a Democrat, you blame the Republicans. 

To steal a phrase from Rev. Wright, “When will the American Domestic agenda chickens come home to roost?’  And how will we respond when the Democrats and the Republicans have the power to put the blame and consequence directly on our shoulders?