Monthly Archives: September 2016

On Freedom of Speech

“The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.” ~Joe Klaas~ (Twelve Steps to Happiness) When I write these commentaries it is never my intent, nor has it ever been, to piss people off. That said, … Continue reading

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Why Logic, Reasoning, And Critical Thinking Have Died

If I may ask, what is the following image? I’m not asking what make, model, or caliber it is, just the overall definition which fits the image below. I would be willing to wager that a vast majority of the … Continue reading

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About the Philippines Part 3

In my last segment I gave you a brief overview of the typical lifestyle of a Filipino family living in the provinces. However, I failed to mention a few crucial things. First of all, not all Filipino’s living in the … Continue reading

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Call Me A Pessimist If You Will

Authors Note: In no way shape or form am I endorsing a revolt or a taking up of arms against our government by the following words. I only offer my thoughts as to what would happen should such an event … Continue reading

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Outlaw You Say?

“In times of tyranny and injustice, when law oppresses the people, the outlaw takes his place in history.” ~Robin Hood ~ (2010) I know that deep down most people are good and that they try their best to be law … Continue reading

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I’m Back In Full Fury Mode

First off, I know what you’re saying; “Didn’t Neal say we might not hear from him for awhile in regards to political rants?” You’re right you did hear me say that. But last night this thought popped into my head … Continue reading

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Pot Calling The Kettle Black

While I was on vacation in the Philippines the nightly news was filled with stories regarding the deaths of those both using, and selling Shabu, slang for methamphetamines in the Philippines. While serving as mayor of Davao City, Rodrigo Duterte … Continue reading

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About The Philippines (Part 2)

Having spent 3 tours overseas while serving in the U.S. Air Force, and having travelled to numerous foreign countries on TDY’s in support of the Air Force as a military contractor; travelling to a foreign country such as the Philippines … Continue reading

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About the Philippines (Part 1)

As some of you may know, I recently took a much needed vacation. I travelled with my wife and son to the Philippines for just over 3 weeks so that Heidi could see her family again, I could visit her … Continue reading

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