The Revolution: A Manifesto by Ron Paul

The Revolution: A ManifestoThe Revolution: A Manifesto by Ron Paul
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This Much Is True: You Have Been Lied To

· The government is expanding.
· Taxes are increasing.
· More senseless wars are being planned.
· Inflation is ballooning.
· Our basic freedoms are disappearing.

The Founding Fathers didn't want any of this. In fact, they said so quite clearly in the Constitution of the United States of America. Unfortunately, that beautiful, ingenious, and revolutionary document is being ignored more and more in Washington. If we are to enjoy peace, freedom, and prosperity once again, we absolutely must return to the principles upon which America was founded. But finally, there is hope . .

My Thoughts:

This is a read that is WAYout of my comfort zone. I figured that I would pick up this book and try to become a more informed voter on the issues that are haunts America today. 

Before reading this book I heard of Ron Paul. I was not that sure who he was and what he stood for. After completing this book I am now a fan of his. In the book he does not jerk your chain and does try to take a different spin on a topic, but it heads the same results. I really enjoyed learning about the purpose of the constitution. I agree with the philosophy of smaller government and more liberty and independence for the people.

In the book he makes you think about the issues that he raises. This is good way for anyone to get into politics. This is a great read for anybody that wants to be a more informed voters in America today.



The events that took place yesterday morning in the Connecticut Elementary School Shooting. I just cannot even imagine what the families are going through. In just a few weeks those families were soppose to spend a quality holiday together. :*((

Please remember that innocent victims and not the shooter. 

The names of the victims have been released.
1. Charlotte Bacon DOB 2/22/06
2. Daniel Barden DOB 9/25/05
3. Rachel Davino DOB 7/17/83
4. Olivia Engel DOB 7/18/06
5. Josephine Gay DOB 12/11/05
6. Ana M. Marquez-Greene DOB 4/4/06
7. Dylan Hockley DOB 3/8/06
8. Dawn Hocksprung DOB 6/28/65
9. Madeleine F Hsu DOB 7/10/06
10. Catherine V Hubbard DOB 6/8/06
11. Chase Kowalski DOB 10/31/05
12. Jesse Lewis DOB 6/30/06
13. James Mattioli DOB 3/22/06
14. Grace McDonnell DOB 11/4/05
15. Anne Marie Murphy DOB 7/25/60
16. Emilie Parker DOB 5/12/16
17. Jack Pinto DOB 5/06/06
18. Noah Pozner DOB 11/20/06
19. Caroline Previdi DOB 09/07/06
20. Jessica Rekos DOB 05/10/06
21 Avielle Richman DOB 10/17/06
22. Lauren Russeau DOB
23. Mary Sherlach DOB 02/11/56
24. Victoria Soto DOB 11/04/85
25. Benjamin Wheeler DOB 09/12/06
26. Allison N. Wyatt DOB 07/03/06


Church Search

My wife and I are in "active" mode to search for a new church. I have been going to the same church all my life. It is a traditional Lutheran Church. It is a place with the older members are afraid of change there are not many people that are in our age group that attend the church on a regular basis. The Rev that has been for about  is not very likeable and talks down to people.

My wife grew up in Lower Michigan and where Christian Reformed Churches were all over the place. Here is Wisconsin aka German Country there is not that many around of those kid of churches around here. I hope that the quest for a church starts on Sunday. It all.... well always depends on my wifes' mode in the morning. My wife is also under the impression to people should invite you to attend there church. I keep telling her that does not happen out here.

So if any of you can offer so advice or has gone through the same predicament shoot me a line or so.

Thank You


The Weird Weather and Christmas Shopping

I am not complaining that there is no slow on the ground "currently", it is Wisconsin after all and that can change in 5 minutes. With me submitting my shopping list to Amazon and they can take the needed funds from my credit card. This is the EARLIEST i have ever been accomplished my Christmas shopping. I give myself a pat on the back and you can give me one to if you would like.

I think that I have jinxed the winter weather with me buying a snowblower last fall. Thus far I have used it 1 time. It has been a great $500 investment.I think i better keep my mouth shut or the Good Man upstairs might make me eat my words.It is only the beginning of December and all my area has had for the puffy white stuff was a dusting. It is going with the temps reaching 50s this week.

I think that we Wisconsinites are going to PAY dearly for the mild and spoiling winter we had last year.