Sunday, May 25, 2008

Memorial Day: R.I.P. Our Sacred Dead

On Monday America is celebrating Memorial Day, a national holiday which began in practice shortly after the Civil War.

As Americans we often take for granted the freedoms and blessings that we enjoy each and every day. Those freedoms and blessings were won through the ultimate sacrifice of generations - current and past - dedicated to the survival of our free republic.

Our solemn obligation is to dedicate ourselves to the cause of America by advancing the cause of liberty today and for future generations.

God Bless our Sacred Dead, may they rest in peace.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Book Signing, May 17

I am pleased to announce my upcoming book signing event on SATURDAY MAY 17 at the Barnes and Noble on Telegraph Road just south of Maple (15 mile road) (on the east side of the street/just north of Big Boy), from 2-7 PM.

I will be signing my recently released book, America's Survival Guide, How to Stop America's Impending Suicide by Reclaiming Our First Principles and History.

If you are unable to make the event (due to conflicts or distance), please visit my website at (the book is also available at and, among other on-line retailers).

If you have already purchased the book, my many thanks - but please don't be shy in stopping by the event - we would love to see you - the more the merrier.

Wednesday, May 7, 2008


On May 7, 1945, the war in Europe ended. Nazi Germany surrendered. General Dwight Eisenhower accepted the Nazi surrender at a little red schoolhouse in Reims, France. The following day, President Harry S. Truman proclaimed V-E Day (i.e., Victory-Europe).

The struggle in Europe was perhaps an unparalled battle between the forces of good, led by the United States of America, and the forces of evil, led by Nazi Germany. Embracing freedom, America fought to preserve the First Principles of the rule of law, equality, the Social Compact, limited government, and unalienable rights. Nazi Germany, on the other hand, fought to preserve a totalitarian dictatorship built on terror, lawlessness, and eugenics.

Thankfully the forces of good triumphed - at an enormous sacrifice. The soldiers, workers, and leaders of that time deserve our unending thanks.

For more on American history and our First Principles, visit:

Thursday, May 1, 2008

May Day v Law Day

May 1 has historically been celebrated by socialists and communists as "May Day." Replete with military parades and large public gatherings, communist dictators across the world celebrated the triumph of their totalitatarian systems over their own people.

In reaction, the American Bar Association began 50 years ago to celebrate "Law Day" on May 1. Although the ABA has often taken controversial stands on major issues of the day, Law Day is perhaps their finest public service. This year's theme is "The Rule of Law." The ABA is hosting a series of activities across the nation dedicated to this theme.

In light of the importance of the Rule of Law in America, its celebration is a very fitting juxtaposition of the rule of terror propagated by dictatorships - communist and otherwise - throughout the word. The Rule of Law is an indispensible First Principle of America. The idea that every person must follow the law, including those who are in the government, is the bedrock of American freedom. Only when the leaders of the nation are held accountable to the same law applicable to all citizens can all citizens achieve equality and justice.

For more on the importance of the Rule of Law, American history and our First Principles, visit: