By Ron Edwards

August 4, 2017

When I was but a little lad growing up in Cleveland, about the age of four I did something that was truly idiotic.  My parents had gone to work and my grandmother served me a bowl of cooked cereal along with a side of eggs and bacon.  After quickly blessing my food I was ready to dig in but the cereal was unusually thin and lacked the usual consistency I was accustomed to.  So, upon the (didn’t know it at the time) illogical conclusion that because the sugar was granulate, then surely it would help thicken my runny cereal.  I dumped in one heaping spoon full of sugar after another into the thin cereal fully expecting it to thicken up.  When it didn’t I kept dumping in more sugar.  (ICK) Of course I kept doing the same thing over and over again, expecting a different result that never came.  What a drag.

Ron Edwards

July 27.2017

The old adage “ninety percent of all the problems one faces is their own fault” could easily be applied to many sovereign citizens of the United States of America.  For this is a nation uniquely conceived by the founding fathers, where the rights of the individual was to be paramount.  On the other hand, the power of the federal government was to be contained within the framework of the Constitution.

In the past, American students were taught about the United States Constitution and the amendments.  Most parents used to instruct their children about right and wrong.  Of course, they encouraged their offspring to live according to a high moral standard.  Believe it or not, most private and even government schools reflected the values of those parents who worked to provide an environment in which their children could achieve greater success than they did.

By Ron Edwards
February 24, 2017

I cannot believe that so many Americans are so dull they cannot comprehend the difference between illegal immigration and legal immigration into America. For starters and to our detriment, the United States has allowed in more illegal and legal immigrants than any other nation on earth. Japan, a nation known for high intelligence does not allow Muslims into their country because they are bright enough to understand that the Islamists are on a serious mission to dominate over non-Muslim nations and convert or slaughter their citizens via sharia law. I also know that Japanese students are taught by their parents and school teachers to appreciate their nation. Students in Japan also know the fundamental difference between illegal and legal, even when it comes to immigration.

By Ron Edwards
August 12, 2016

Want extreme poverty? Then by all means, vote for Hillary Clinton. There is an old saying that the proud citizens of Michigan have said to me many times. “As Detroit goes, so goes the nation.” That proclamation is an old holdover from the days when Detroit was the undisputed motor capital of the world. There was a time when Detroit automaker General Motors was the largest and most influential company of any kind on earth. Detroit’s other manufacturing heavyweights included Ford, Chrysler, Dodge and the largest network of auto supplier companies in the world.

By Ron Edwards
August 26, 2016

Why knock a city down, when it is just getting off the map? Throughout America, the progressives are feverishly at work trying to establish more and more draconian government policies that have already been proven throughout the world to bring nothing but disaster. Venezuela quickly comes to mind on that score.

Throughout our republic turned mob rule democracy, the seeds of progressivism were sewn in earnest in 1913. That year there was a pivotal meeting between world impacting government and corporate globalists who had a negative view of a nation of true personal responsibility based liberty, coupled with equal economic opportunity for all. In addition, the concept of unalienable rights that come from God totally rankled them.

By Ron Edwards
May 6, 2016

The United States of America used to be a nation where things got done. No matter what the challenge, everything from natural disasters to overcoming negative civic and political issues, the normal inclination was to start over and get it right. If something was working just fine, usually common sense dictated it was to be left alone, at least until a superior method of operation was developed.

Take the United States of America for example. She was founded upon superior values and principles. Some of which included the supreme right of sovereign individuals to live according to their own God or self-directed path. For the first time in human history, the United states was comprised of a set of economic principles and personal liberties that obliterated the worldwide concepts of government domination, or an equally abusive caste system. Those dominated by cradle to grave government or a monarchy simply existed from day to day and were under the strain of not having enough to eat. That was only one of many problems people suffered with no way out.