• Witches and Puritans


    This picture is from when I visited the Monument to the Forefathers in Plymouth, Massachusetts.  We should all be inspired that they were willing to labor, sacrifice, and suffer for the cause of civil and religious liberty.  Wouldn’t they be surprised to see what we’ve turned it into today!

    There’s a line in America the Beautiful that goes, “Who more than self, their Country loved.”  A group of people cared about loving their neighbors and communities and crowned their good with brotherhood.   Yet, today our Country is marred with selfishness and violence while political parties care more about grasping power than doing right.

  • Unmasking the Masks


    Some schools have started up again.  Others have created a facade of starting up so they can access state and federal money.  Last week I took my last daughter to get her settled into the Fall semester after the longest Summer in history, (Starting in March!)

    One of the most frustrating parts of this hysteria is that there’s no endpoint.  There’s no criteria to determine when it’s been long enough to return to normal.  When people run a marathon, they work hard and are tired, but they also know the race will eventually get over.  We don’t appear to have a moment when we’ve reached the finish line.

    Here’s what we need to know:  The real virus is THE FEAR.  The fear is driving apart families and shaming others if they refuse to join in the fear.  Some elected officials are affected by a disease called, “Executive Tyranny”.

  • Living the Dream

    Most people don’t remember their dreams at all.  However, some dreams are valuable for helping us understand ourselves and the events around us.  Recently, a pastor, Dana Coverstone, has had a series of prophetic dreams: (Dream about the first shutdown)  (Wolves and Persecution) (October Dream)

    Although that’s no guarantee any dream will come true, it behooves us to listen, learn and evaluate if it helps to understand and protect ourselves.

    When we went on a buying trip in February, nobody in my industry had any idea the Country would be shut down within six weeks.  I feel sorry for the children who are having to live under this cloud of uncertainty.  I’d like to be able to interpret life for my son, but we are now “off script”.

  • What to do With a Crisis


    Remember that feeling when we saw the second airplane hit the World Trade Center?  At first, we gave them the benefit of the doubt.  Maybe some airplane was lost, had a really bad pilot or a mechanic made a horrible mistake.  Minutes later, we knew it was deliberate.  That’s the same way many of us are feeling about the events of this year.

    The wanton disregard for the Constitution from legislative bodies and the Supreme Court, the bogus impeachment, hysteria over the virus, releasing prisoners, rioting, the fake coin shortage, blowing up the Federal budget by sending gobs of money to everyone, even dead people, tearing down statues of Christians, defunding police, setting up “snitch hotlines”, shutting down churches, bringing missionaries home from foreign countries, politicians banning a drug that is the cure for COVID, breaking up families at their time of greatest need, contact tracing programs, forced vaccines and creating devastating mandates on small businesses, have all contributed to our understanding that this is more than a coincidence.  Listen to the doctors tell us about this sham. (full press conference here)

  • Election Fraud


    Whether we win or lose, we want the elections to be fair!  Election Fraud has been a problem since elections started.  When I was first elected, I thought both political parties wanted to have fair an honest elections.  After serving on the Elections Committee, I concluded that the majority of the Democrat elected officials want to make it much easier to cheat.  If we lose control over the honesty of our elections, we will never get honest people elected ever again!

    There are lots of stories of bad handling of ballots.    And here’s one about a cat registering to vote.  When you vote through the mail, there’s a chance your ballot may never make it to the election authority.  What if there’s a way to track how individuals vote?

  • Racism

    We don’t have a skin problem…we have a sin problem.   If the Democrat leadership knew how bad they looked pretending to be sympathizers with African slave traders, they may not have wanted to flaunt themselves.  Some call this cultural appropriation  and it’s not funny.

    Is it racism or is it classism?  We don’t hear much about class systems in America, but it’s obvious there are elites who are in “the inner circle” who seem to go up the ladder very fast  If we truly were a racist country, there is no way Barack Obama would have been elected to the highest office in the Land!

  • Defunding the Police

    This is the statue of the Texas Ranger….the epitome of law enforcement professionalism and, the State of Texas itself, the Texas Rangers are highly regarded as one of the finest Law Enforcement Organizations in the world. Last week it was removed under the order of the City of Dallas because people are distorting history in an effort to tear apart our Country.


    How are we supposed to act when it seems like the world is self destructing?  The stories of defunding police departments is one of the most idiotic ideas so far.  If we care about poor people trapped in ghettos, this is one of the most harmful policies yet.  The police are often the only thing standing between them and violent criminal predators.

    Sadly, we now have a bunch of lynch mobs trying to kill people, harm innocent businesses, deface our monuments, trash our neighborhoods and destroy our Country.  When is it going to stop!!!

  • How to Beat COVID

    Happy summer to all the graduates.  Sorry we can’t make it special this year.  Now, you will have to go on to get another degree!


    The quickest way to beat COVID is to move on to the next crisis leading up to the election. Sadly, at this time, it is the riots.  I grieve for the families and business owners who are living under this seige to destroy America.  Suddenly we have a new conversation topic.  Just when we were ready to get back to our real lives again, the rioters have given us one more good reason to stay home.   Why do the rioters have a Constitutional right to assemble, by the church-goers don’t?

    Aside from all the negativism going on, we need to take care of ourselves.  What are you doing to stay strong and healthy?  Now that more reports are coming out showing the virus is less of a threat than originally thought, the best plan for beating COVID is the same as for beating every illness!

    We were told to “flatten the curve”, but some of us have curved up that which used to be flattened!  The average American has gained a little weight through this shutdown!  (Possibly myself included)!

    We need to be good stewards of our bodies.  We also need to sift between all the conflicting information to get down to what feels right.

    The most misguided charades are being perpetrated by the mentality that the government needs to do something to save us.  Ultimately, it’s NOT up to our government or even our doctors to keep us healthy.  It’s up to you!

  • Leadership with a Servant’s Heart

    My heart goes out to all the graduates who were short changed this year.  This picture is not from this year, but it serves as a reminder of more celebratory days.


    It’s time for us to live our lives again and be happy again.   This is a time to be kind, helpful, clean out your house and give your stuff to people who are less fortunate.

    The most hurtful part of this virus is the dissension between people who are supposed to have a common goal.  When our Country has been attacked or survived wars, there was a prevailing ideology that we want the common good.  Now so many families are divided on conflicting “facts”.  There is definitely a crisis of leadership in our Country.

    Let’s hope that this crisis has exposed the bad leaders who used the crisis to push for more socialism.  Let’s alao hope the crisis revealed the courage of those who deserve to be returned to office.  One of my favorite leaders is Franklin Graham.

    Is there any leader during this COVID crisis you admire the most?




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  • Taking our Country Back

    Here we are at the Mid Rivers Mall — our store is re-opened!  Yea!  If the masks work, why isn’t everyone reopened?  If they don’t work, why are people forced to wear them?


    Here we are at the Mid Rivers Mall — our store is re-opened!  Yea!  If the masks work, why isn’t everyone reopened?  If they don’t work, why are people forced to wear them?

    Wearing a mask for COVID may be the latest fashion statement, but are they causing other problems as well?  The main stream news is not reporting on the downside to wearing masks.  Masks could put you more at risk for getting the disease.  One person got a dangerous MRSA infection on her face from wearing a mask all day every day.  Another person was dizzy and eventually passed out at work from a lack of oxygen.

    Forcing people to wear a mask is 100% unconstitutional!  It should always be respected as a personal decision.  Shouldn’t we respect people for whatever choice they feel is right for them?  I am shocked by all the businesses that would rather harm their businesses by turning away paying customers, when it is wrong of us to demand to know their private personal health history.