I’ve become so tired of watching red line after red line cross under this society without any reaction at all, other than rage at the gods. The first time I hit a red line was in 1987, the seat belt law. I knew that was my own red line, that recognizing and resisting government intrusion into my actions in my car, short-circuiting my decision-making process that had no physical impact on anyone else, no matter which decision I made, to wear or not wear, was not common, nor popularly supported. The insurance companies would say that they should have a say, because they would pay for my injuries. Well, not if I died, which was the reason to wear one, to keep from getting killed in the accident. Also, the insurance industry is nothing if not a gambling organization, betting on the odds that this particular event will or will not happen, but charging all comers at the table for the risk. As long as the odds are stacked in the insurance company’s favor, they’ll cover that risk. But then, it’s not the insurance company that’s paying for my injuries, it’s the other players at the table.
McCarthy was right, as later proven by decrypted soviet documents (search venona). He had plenty of evidence even then, but the emerging left didn't want it heard. They still dont. A good report is still available in Blacklisted By History.
The dems will continue their oppressions as long as we continue to allow it. There are no good dems. Every dem is either evil or stupid. They declared war on us years ago, but we ignored it. Now we're paying the price for our complacency. We must crush them.
Don't be terrified. Be focused.
The old Albert J nock's essay comes to mind:
Keep talking, even if it's just to the Remnant
Know that all that you do is much appreciated, Mr. Davis. Never, ever give up.
"I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do. What I can do, I should do. And what I should do, by the grace of God, I will do."
~ Edward Everett Hale ~ Grand-nephew of Nathan Hale, the Revolutionary War hero executed by the British for espionage.
Hello fellow patriot for freedom. Thank you or understanding and giving your point of view.
I have more to say and hopefully will say it tomorrow. I ran out of gas, and I have to sleep now.
As usual, a most excellent post! And, once again, I can't find much to not agree with. I've also, through these many years of trying to fight back, not found anyone - YET - that I agree with 100% - but I'm still looking, though ;-} Still learning, too. Being a certified Olde Phartt, I tend to see things much as you do.
Been reading your stuff for some time, and have previously corresponded with you as well. Finally decided that I could afford to help some. Wish I could do more, but I'm now an annual subscriber.
Keep on keepin on!!