The Farm Chronicles: Mailboxes and floorboard holes

Gran’pa, me, and dad

Gran’pa Billy, my dad’s dad, was born in 1889 and died just short of his 97th birthday. He was 65 years old when I was born, so I never knew him as a younger man. But he was quite the character. Standing all about 4’10”, chewing Happy Jim tobacco and smoking Camel no-filters, Gran’pa saw…

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Redefining insurrection with a warning

On Agreeing to the Resolution

The House of Representatives voted to impeach the President. This time for “high crimes and misdemeanors” and stating that the 14thAmendment prohibits a person from holding office who has “engaged in insurrection or rebellion against” the US. The Articles of impeachment further outlined that the President “engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors by inciting violence…

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The Week After reality check

What Happened in DC on Jan. 6

As the mainstream news media, technology and Wall Street corporations, and the Democratic Party leadership continue to censor and rage against President Trump and all Trump supporters for the riot a week ago at the Capitol, there is tremendous hypocrisy. For example, out of one side of his mouth, President-elect Joe Biden* says his is…

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The tide of censorship and soft tyranny

A digital illustration of social media freeway

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a freedom advocate. I am vehemently against any form of slavery or tyranny. I believe ardently in the rights of freedom of speech, religious expression and peaceful assembly. The pattern that we are seeing among the Democratic Party, the mainstream news media and corporations is an…

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Censorship and responsibility

The worst thing about censorship

The First Amendment reads: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” This is a Constitutional guarantee that…

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The Farm Chronicles: Great Balls of Fire


As many of you know, I grew up on our family farm in Northeastern Ohio. It was part of a land grant in payment to my grandfather seven generations back for fighting in the Revolutionary War. At the time my grandfather sent his son to claim the land, it was wilderness, the most western part…

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Clarity in truth


The protest that turned to violence on Capitol Hill is a harbinger. There already is and will continue to be finger-pointing and conspiracy theories and name calling to place blame. But the blame history will record is that anyone connected to Donald Trump is confirmed of being exactly what the news media and Democratic Party…

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The Republic, God and you

Senate 1 and Senate 2

Many say that the Constitutional Republic of the US is over if Republicans do not hold the presidency and Senate. It looks as though by those standards, it is over. But let us not forget that the Constitution remains intact. Its precepts enforceable. Let us also remember that God is our witness; that Christ is…

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Blasphemy and heresy

Congressman Reverend Emmanuel Cleaver, II  

The opening prayer of the 117th Congress was offered by Democratic Congressman Reverend Emmanuel Cleaver, II, St James Methodist Church, Kansas City, MO. Cleaver ended his prayer in the name of the monotheistic god Brahma and by saying Amen and Awoman. This is an example of how far Congress has fallen away from the precepts…

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Threats to your religious freedom Part 1

Threats to your religious freedom Part 1  

While there will be many stories, counter-stories, conspiracy theories and lies told in the next few days, no matter what happens with the electoral college, there are certain threats to your freedom that will remain both domestic and foreign. Here in the United States, the constant drone of anti-Christian rhetoric by Democratic Party leaders, including…

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