America was founded with the principles of freedom and liberty to pursue and accomplish as you capable and what you desire. Citizens were from the beginning all entrepreneurs and self starters. People who did not work did not eat. There was no safety net other than the family and church. Government’s job was to provide a safe nation and otherwise was to stay out of the way.
Contrast this with socialism which is a top down hierarchy of controls and involuntary redistribution. I say involuntary because taxing someone is not a voluntary act on the part of the person being taxed. They are taxed regardless of their opinions of being taxed and of what the taxes are used for and why.
So, socialism advocates cry out about ‘unfairness’ as being why we need to take in all these illegals and provide for them. They intend on taking working American’s money…
The American Academy of Pediatrics is defrauding the public.
They released a “study” using data from the virulently anti-gun Brady Campaign which claims that tougher gun control leads to fewer firearm deaths of children.
The pediatrics’ lobby wants you to believe that children are safer in Baltimore and the south side of Chicago than in Cheyenne, Wyoming or Bismarck, North Dakota.
You and I know it’s not true, but anti-gun lobbyists will use this piece of propaganda to convince lawmakers to pass gun control such as Red Flag Gun Grabs or else be publicly shamed as enablers of children’s deaths.
We need to remind our allies in the Senate to stay true to logic, facts, and our God-given rights or else face another kind of backlash — from angry American voters who feel betrayed.
As obedient servants to their Marxist idol, Saul Alinsky, anti-gunners adhere to the rule that they can never “let a serious crisis go to waste.”
After the most recent gun tragedy in Virginia Beach — effectively happening in a gun-free zone — anti-gunners didn’t waste a second before calling for radical gun control measures.
They know that their only path to annihilate the Second Amendment is to exploit people’s fears and emotions with gun control measures that will actually endanger our kids, as we’ve seen in Baltimore or the south side of Chicago.
That’s why this new study that claims children will die unless more gun control is enacted is such a dangerous and powerful tool for the anti-gun lobby to use.
It’s our duty as patriotic citizens to remind Senators that the surest way to endanger our children is to create more and more “gun-free zones” for armed killers to flock to.
If politicians only act when they see the wrath and anger of the American voter, then let’s show them how angry we’ll be if they shred our God-given rights.
So it took Most Dearest and the boys a bit of talking and pleading to get me to go on this great road trip out west over the past week..
I drive 400- 500 miles a week doing my commute..
The thought of traveling the distances to reach our ultimate destination, was NOT something I wanted to do.
But I caved and is was all good..
Day one was travel, home to Moorhead to pick up Son #2, then on to Dickinson, ND.
Day two was the Theodore Roosevelt National Park in ND. Was awesome and I began to feel like maybe this wouldn’t be so bad after all…
After a morning these and walking around Medora, ND. It was off to Great Falls, Mt with a stop in Glendive MT for a late breakfast.
On a narrow two lane highway with a speed limit of 70 through lots of rolling hills and prairie. Where we encountered the worst downpour any of us had ever experienced..
This picture is as we are approaching it. It rained so hard you could not see beyond the front of the truck!!
We eventually drove though it and this was the back side of the storm..
We finally reached Great Falls, Mt. where originally we were only going to stay one day, but it turned into a two day stay where on Day two rested and explored the area.
Day 3 we headed for East Glacier Park where I found a place today using Expedia, which is how our trip went as we did not book any hotels until we were on the road…Risky I was told, but it worked out.
Day four we began our Glacier National Park adventure and it was!!
Took Hwy two around the south end of the park to West Glacier..
Then it was the Going to the Sun road…
Logan’s Pass…6600 hundred feet, air a bit thin..
Lake Mary on the East Side of park…
Took us roughly 7 to 8 hours to complete 100 mile trip, with most on Sun Road, traffic, many, many stops. Most Dearest and Eldest Son became a bit unnerved when we made the turn at the Loop and suddenly they were on the edge, of some pretty significant cliff faces as we traveled. Before the loop we had to fold the passenger side mirror in as we were pretty close to the cliff face. Both do NOT like heights..Youngest? He was bouncing around trying to video the trip, hanging out the windows with his Mom and Big Brother yelling at him to get in the truck!! Lots of laughter…The old man??? His hands were glued to stirring wheel and eyes on the narrow piece of pavement we were on..
Day Five was back into the Park to Two Medicine Lakes..
We enjoyed Montana. Was a big state! Lots to see and was amazing.
Days Six and Seven were travel days back home…
Yep, was worth it..
Maybe do it again and check the North end of the park out!!