Right to Remain Silent

“You have the right to remain Silent.” For far too long, many of us have taken that right to extremes.  We have sat back and watched this country and this state crumble. We have watched the rights of the individual be trampled on and did nothing about it.  We did our part and registered to vote but we stayed home and remained silent and did not Vote. Some voters feel they do their part by voting during the presidential election every four years.  Two weeks before the election they look at the ballot candidate mails them and make their decision based on what line the candidate is on or what the candidate looks like or worse yet…what the candidate’s family looks like, (the recent Mayor’s race in NYC is a good example of that).   They don’t call the candidate, they don’t ask questions, they don’t do research, they don’t ask why.  They blindly go into the polls, fill in the circle and vote.  As they walk out the door, they pat themselves on their back and say, “I did my part.”  But did they and did you? You do have the “Right to Remain Silent” but that right has cost you your rights! The next time you hear, you have the right to remain silent, think a little more about that right!

FAIR? Who Ever Said Life is FAIR?

Late last week we learned that the survivors of the Fort Hood Terrorist attack in November 2009 will not be receiving Purple Hearts. The reason is because it isn’t FAIR to the Islamist Extremist who shot them and killed 14 people. A Purple Heart is given to a member of our military when they are injured when serving our country at the hands of enemy forces. The 32 people wounded at Fort Hood will all attest that they did receive injuries from an enemy force. That enemy force, who was promoted in May of 2009 to the rank of Major, had been plotting and planning something against America.  Continue reading