Back in 2011 I wrote a book entitled “Rules For Radical Moms, How to Save America One Baby Step at a Time.” It was published just in time for the 2012 election. My idea was to counter “Rules For Radicals” authored by Saul Alinsky who dedicated his Marxist agenda filled tome to Lucifer, while I dedicated my well-intentioned book to God. I was deeply concerned that if America were to suffer four more years of leadership under Alinsky’s disciple and fellow community organizer, Barack Hussein Obama, our children’s futures would be placed in serious jeopardy.
My book’s preface explained that the Christian middle-class is the prime target and biggest threat to the agnostic progressive left, as described in Alinsky’s chilling last chapter “The Way Ahead” where he openly claims the Christian middle class as his primary target. I then gave a succinct overview of the most troubling trends taking place at the highest levels of our government, some commonsense tidbits of wisdom on how to raise a family, my personal journey toward discovering my purpose in life, (hoping other moms would discover theirs), and finally my mission and ideas on how to help save our nation from the dark forces that were trying to take control. My overall desire was for the approximately 100 million moms in America to become dedicated radicals, mobilize into a strong conservative force that would beat Obama, and help insure a good future ahead for our children and grandchildren.
In addition to describing the spirit of Pythos that hangs heavily in the air over our nations capitol strangling our politicians on a daily basis, my book addressed; Obama’s redistribution of wealth, America’s financial inferno, our stifling corporate tax rate, our failing education system, our masquerade called environmentalism, the greedy Gore Greenie-Weenie movement, the dismissal of our Constitution, the progressive attack on patriotism, the push for the queer movement, the push for infanticide, the persecution of Christianity, the hypocritical enslavement of blacks by keeping them poor, and the infiltration of radical Islam ideology.
Because I grew up in Massachusetts, I also included in my book a warning about the Republican establishment’s candidate Mitt Romney. I was well aware of the health care system that Romney had launched in the turkey state in 2006, leaving it with the highest medical costs in the nation. According to a report that was grudgingly released by then governor Deval Patrick, illegal aliens had cost the taxpayers nearly $37 million dollars in 2010 alone, and that did not include the emergency room visits that cost an additional $2 million dollars! Even more troubling was that if you lost your job during the lousy economy and could not afford Romneycare, you were fined. Sound familiar? I was strongly against a Romney ticket.
Well, we all know who the Republican nominee was in 2012. Mitt Romney. So, I tucked my tail between my legs, gave away 500 copies of my book, stopped marketing it, and on election day morosely voted for Mitt Romney, feeling my vote was for the betterment of America and one more vote cast against Obama.
I will never forget election 2012 and the day the media insured Obama, who was under-fire for his collapsing economy, his second term. Just days before the election, Hurricane Sandy stormed into New Jersey, devastating its shoreline. Every newspaper, magazine and television news report headlined a photo of Republican Governor Chris Christie, strolling arm in arm with savior Obama who, with the help of his big government pockets, had flown in to rescue New Jersey. Voters bought the grandiose nonpartisan gesture hook, line, and sinker, a fortuitous election gift made in crisis hurricane heaven.
Did president Obama and his FEMA buddies succeed in their pre-election photo op mission to help the people of New Jersey? Three years later, FEMA was accused of fraudulently altering damage assessment reports in order to minimize claims, causing David Miller, in charge of FEMA’s embattled National Flood Insurance Program to resign and one of his top deputies to retire. Many of the poor there are still suffering, while Obama continues to shuffle to one more photo op, one more golf game, one more ego trip.
Are Americans going to allow the propaganda of the media to control our next election as well, leading to the same irresponsible leadership and big government scam? Conservative America cannot afford to lose another election.Time has run out and tyranny and treason have only just begun begun.
Last Thursday night on Fox News, I watched Megyn Kelly and her fellow “rat pack,” National Review editor Rich Lowry, Glenn Beck’s Dana Loesch, founder of the Media Research Center, Brent Bozell, and Katie Pavlich, editor at townhall.com, attempt to destroy Donald Trump in a hit segment that must have made Chris Matthews feel a thrill go up his liberal leg. It disgusted me that Trump was not properly represented during the “fair and balanced” debate and smacked of Kelly’s vindictive cute tone to smear all things Trump, a vindictiveness that harkens back to her big hair Rapunzle days when Trump dared call her a bimbo after the shoddy cheap shots Kelly had aimed at him during the first Republican debate.
Now that Kelly’s bleached hair extensions have been removed from the top of her head, I have to wonder if her newly crowned feminist, more businesslike short bob will allow Kelly to think more clearly when moderating the Republican debate this Thursday evening, or will our senses be subjected once again to one more glimpse of a blonde bimbo Kelly appearing to play strip tease with journalistic objectivity. Only the Murdoch brothers know for sure what Kelly’s approved performance will entail on Thursday night.
Rupert Murdoch handed over 21st Century Fox, the conglomerate that owns Fox News, to sons James and Lachlan, on July 1, 2015, just ahead of the first Republican debate. James (whose wife worked once for the Clinton Foundation) is CEO and Lachlan is executive is co-chairman. Roger Ailes, the mastermind behind Fox News and who for 15 years had enjoyed almost total autonomy as head of Fox News, now reports directly to progressives James and Lachlan.
In August 2015, Fox News courted Donald Trump like a giddy bridegroom anxiously anticipating the next breathless, shocking statement to come out of Donald’s mouth, raw emotion that engaged their viewers, leaving their hearts palpitating, their heads pounding. It was a marriage made in advertising and ratings heaven. But soon the honeymoon was over, the unforgivable was happening; Trump was a serious candidate and was rising in the polls. It was then obvious the Murdoch media munchkins were out to destroy Trump and their rising Rapunzle opportunist was the right blonde for the job.
There are rumors that Donald Trump will not be participating in the debate Thursday night. If so, myself and many viewers will not be watching the Fox moderated political theatrics that will leave poor Megyn Kelly sitting there twiddling her polished thumbs while the other moderators struggle to present the same old questions in new ways, to candidates who will answer with the same old scripted responses.
Fox is not the only state-controlled media empire spewing propaganda to augment their bank accounts and bond with the government, they are all backed by big money and big agendas. Even some conservative blogs, radio shows and web sites choose and push their favorite candidates, according to who their backers and advertisers are. Are Americans going to allow themselves to be fooled once again by a biased media who represent corporate interests or private money?
I am tired of politics. I am tired of career politicians who take but do not give back, who have never worked in the private sector and tried to eke out a week’s pay, but who instead base their future earnings and fortunes on making money off the backs of the taxpayer. I am tired of canned speeches that we have heard many times before, of those promises that will never be kept, of those criminal activities and lies that will never be addressed, of those bills that were passed that hurt the American people. I am tired of change, of minorities telling me how to live my life and illegal immigrants who want me to submit to their God. I am tired of the media pushing their NWO agenda and selecting my candidate for me.
But fortunately for America, along came Donald Trump, a billionaire extraordinaire, a candidate not bred from the incestuous halls of Capitol Hill and the Grand Old Party, a candidate trumpeting new beginnings and renewed hope. Trump has made this election different for me; his sometimes crass but refreshing raw emotion shining through like a shiny razor blade cutting through the stifled political air, his charisma undeniable, his brand well known, his command of the media brilliant. Although rough around the edges at times, I admire those unrefined edges, those edgy thoughts I would love to be expelling from my congested chest, those inner feelings of angst for our future that are ready to pop and explode in me like a pot full of popcorn kernels. But, I hunger for more than just that momentary popping feeling of release. I want to feel continued hope without shades of doubt, hear heartfelt commitment without fear of wavering compromise, and be able to foresee a future full of employment and opportunity.
I want to endorse a candidate who will not cower to the press, not be quiet when loud forcefulness is better, a candidate who refuses to be politically correct and says what is on his mind without being beholden to the special interests who are bank rolling his campaign. I want to endorse a proven negotiator, a proven success story, a proven boss and leader, a smart businessman who will appoint a Cabinet of movers and shakers, not just a bunch of fellow political hacks he owes favors to. I want a leader who loves and respects our military and vets and will support and make them strong again. I want a strong defender of the Second Amendment and our Constitution and who will appoint solid conservatives to the Supreme Court.
I want a president who as Commander-in-chief is ready to protect our country and its sovereignty at all costs. I want a classy First Lady who the entire world admires for her beauty inside and out. I want a polished, hardworking conservative family who radiate the sweet smell of success and the American Dream. I want a president whose allegiance is not to the press, but to the flag of the United States of America and who speaks with respect and love when describing this great nation. I want a future for our children and their children. I want Donald Trump to become our next president.
It is time to Trump the media. Every vote counts, every vote another baby step to a better America.