About Neal

I am just an average guy who is interested in our government’s continuing assault upon our second amendment rights, and the never ending influx of illegal aliens. As I begin researching these issues, I discover more and more what is wrong with this country. This blog is my way of informing others of the problems this nation faces, and of offering my solutions to these problems. This is turning into an educational trip: Please come along for the ride.

16 Responses to About Neal

  1. Brad Eccles says:

    Dude, I am not worthy. Where did you learn how to write. I am glad we are on the same side of the spectrum.

  2. Neal says:

    Writing is only the expression of what is on my mind. I exercise my mind by reading, and just like any other muscle, it grows in ability to compile facts and organize thoughts. I have devoted most of my free time to reading the writings of our nation’s founders. Some people tell my I probably have a better understanding of what the Constitution means that do those who hold office.

    • Don Cline says:

      “Some people tell my I probably have a better understanding of what the Constitution means that do those who hold office.”

      That is an absolute given. You have described Jay Leno’s “Jaywalking” segments where the average individual has no clue as to the most fundamental elements of our nation’s government or founding principles. I think Jay Leno should conduct the same segments in our nation’s capitol, for it has been my personal experience that he would find exactly the same level of ignorance if not worse.

      You should have a look at Wickard v. Filburn, 317 U.S. 111 (1942),. It explains why the United States Government, and most of its executive, legislative, and judicial officers, today, pound each other on the back and exclaim “The Constitution is dissolved and is dissolved perfectly. We can do anything we want!” An effort is currently underway to have Wickard overturned, with limited chances of success.

      We, the people, are soon going to be obligated to remind the federal government, perhaps with extreme prejudice, that a federal government that does not derive every scintilla of its authority from the Constitution of the United States is, by definition, an Occupation Government and no one is bound to obey it — or put up with it.

      I haven’t had time to update it for a few months, but have a look at my website if you are interested, at http://www.frdmftr.net.

  3. Todd says:

    Bless You Neal,

    You put into words what I wish I could say. I say them, but I can’t get my point across as while as you.
    Keep writing…….there are those who love to real it.

  4. MainStreet says:

    I just read your article in The Federal Observer and appreciate the effort you must have put into it. I have briefly talked about the “shadow government” in my blog, but have not been successful, in my meager research attempts, in finding much detailed info on “the Bilderberg Group, the CFR, or the Trilateral Commission”. Very informative article. Keep up the good work.

  5. Neal says:

    Main-Street- I have had the info for awhile, just putting it together in a simple enough manner for people to grasp was my main reason for not writing sooner. That and the fact that I doubt the average American will believe a damn thing I say.

  6. Ruth Ann Wilson says:

    Jackie Junti sent me one of your articles. I write for RheaForums.com. Would you care if I copied some of your articles, of course, I’ll give you full credit.
    1963 Supreme Court decision given to the atheist O’Hare taking prayer, Bible Reading and The Ten Commandments have ruined the Public School System. This case needs REVERSED.
    Public schools are a LOCAL issue, 9th Amendment, State and FEDS have taken advantage of this with the nefarious Grant System (ie Federal Revenue Sharing Legislation of 1965, REPEAL). Local County School Boards are now “rubber stamps” for these nefarious grants and wicked rules, regulations and mandates that come with the money.
    Our Public School Systems were to teach the young people our Christian History and Heritage. What do we have in Public Schools today?????? No Civics classes, atheism, and promotion of the most horrible textbooks that aren’t worth the paper they are written on.
    Look at the “bunch” at these “Occupy” rallies. No clue to our Christian Foundations and the wonderful quotes that you use in your writings.

    For God & Country
    Ruth Ann Wilson

  7. haggail says:

    sick dude…sleep with open eyes smooth one

  8. Joe_Ramblin says:

    Just wanted to say thank you for the ride so far.
    I do appreciate your writing skills and analogies.
    Thank you

    “Initial Success or Total Failure”

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  10. acp45 says:

    I hope you will not mind if I place your post on our website giving you full attribution. I think the message is powerful, and I could not have said it anywhere near as well as you. If you object, I will most certainly take it down.

    • Neal says:

      Go ahead, share away. I’m truly surprised at how many comments this one piece has generated. In all my years of writing this one article has gotten more feedback than all the others combined.

  11. Matthew says:

    I JUST found your site today via an aggregator that I also love, silverbearcafe. He shared a piece, and I have had a good time going through a few others of yours initially. I will be back for more; I have been thinking to ‘go back’ in order ‘go forward’ by re-orienting myself to a better ratio, again, of static content over the more “dynamic” or meme-y sort that the surveillance/programming systems we call “social media” more commonly includes. Too many are not putting in sufficient effort so as to get a larger picture, a more comprehensive frame of our shared ordeal–most certainly, it appears, this does not include you. I have already been sharing and will more than likely continue to do so. Keep up the good work!

  12. Neal,
    I am writing a treatise on why I defend my Southern ancestors. I desperately need the source of the Woodrow Wilson quote, “Slavery became the proclaimed cause of the Civil war …….into a war waged…..extension of slavery.” I find it quoted on many websites but no documentation is provided. I would appreciate it is I could obtain when and where it was said. I am battling more than my share of opponets when it comes to the war of Northern aggression.

    • Br'er Rabbit says:

      I just sent you an e mail in response to your question. Sorry it took so long getting back to you on this, but I explain why in the e mail.

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