By Ron Edwards
October 20, 2017
For every human activity there is a root cause or established beginning. For example, the uptick in thugs murdering police officers for sport or who seem to have nothing better to do. When I was but a young lad, my Dad would often say, that if good is not taught or perused, then evil will most certainly be there to occupy your thoughts, words and eventually actions. We were taught to respect our parents, police officers, the United States flag, America, our preachers, teachers and by all means God. Other than God, none of them were perfect, but for the most part, they were very good people, who were capable of making mistakes. But we did not condemn all of society and render ourselves as useful idiots to be used by others who had big plans to harm our republic from within.
Whenever I witness the horrific monster of hypocrisy rearing its ugly head within the government, academia, the dragon media or throughout the ranks of leftist street and college campus protesters and complainers, it brings back bad memories of days gone by. In addition, I am reminded of the massive societal display of hypocrisy can be overcome. But if not, America will eventually be reduced to a nation where most people simply exist, at best.
I am sensitive to the nationwide practice of hypocrisy. Because on a personal level I experienced the effects of having to put up with it almost daily. My journey into the bowels of hypocrisy began at age twelve, soon after the death of my adoptive father. He was a great man who loved God, America and our family. By the grace of god, he taught me many good things concerning the reason I must strive to do what is right and how to successfully navigate through and overcome the challenges of this life
June 30, 2017
It is my opinion that when America legalized abortion, she unwittingly unleashed an unrelenting war against both the unborn and American children in general. The leftists who pushed, prodded and protested on behalf of the so-called right of females to murder their own children, certainly opened the door to an overall less appreciation for Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. As the old saying goes, one thing leads to another. That is certainly true, regarding both positive and negative outcomes, no matter what the topic.
By Ron Edwards
February 3, 2017
It was the year 1969 when a great American story in the form of Andrea Hawes began. She grew up in rural Thomson, GA firmly ensconced in a nurturing environment. She was born to teenage sweethearts Annette Lee and Vietnam veteran Joe Nathan Hawes. Thanks to the unfaltering mercy and love of God and the devotion of both her mother and grandparents, little Andrea blossomed into a vivacious teenager full of high expectations, an inquisitive nature and high intelligence and an abundance of wisdom.
When I was a little boy growing up in Cleveland for the most part, life was good. Dad was the steady force that kept or family strong and on an upwardly mobile tract. Although I was thrilled to have such a great and strong father, there was one thing the plagued me like no other. As a little tyke I was naturally very thin for my age. In addition, I suffered from allergies and severe asthma attacks. As a result, at the time my physical capabilities were particularly limited due to being in a constantly weaker than normal state, due to the severity of the asthma.
By Ron Edwards
July 15, 2016
Black activists for years have been complaining about police brutality throughout the United States of America. Yes, there have been cases of trigger happy police officers who have gunned down innocent victims. But I want to point out that on a regular basis, black brutes usually raised in homes without a proper moral compass are themselves on a regular basis more brutal than the police could dream of being. On average, a black male (usually young) is murdered every 14 hours in the city of Chicago. On weekends the pace quickens with nearly twenty young men neutralized by another black person within a 48 hour period.