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Making political correctness go Poof!

Political correctness exists for one reason – too many Americans are afraid to say what they believe and think. They are being bullied by a segment of Americans who want to control the direction of the country. If someone calls you a name or says something derogatory about you for what you think or say, then who would want them in your life to begin with. Continue reading

The “pursuit of happiness, liberty, and life”

Sound backwards? The founding fathers would think so. They knew that America’s priorities had to be “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” and in that order as stated in the Constitution. They understood that if the country weren’t safe or were at war (“life), then we couldn’t be truly free (“liberty”). And they understood that if we weren’t free, then we couldn’t “pursue our happiness.” Continue reading