We often view the use of the word, creed, in a religious context, and rightfully so; though creed can also be described as beliefs that are fundamental, or as guiding principles. This Podcast is dedicated to the principle of freedom. The antithesis of freedom is oppression. Freedom is a fundamental belief in American culture, and it must never be taken for granted. Therefore, the creed of freedom is more important than any other principle or belief...indeed, perhaps the most important.
In a Union of fifty states, especially in the 21st Century, there are bound to be differences of opinion. However, it seems to me, that the way we overcome differences, is to allow other people the right to believe as they will. People in our culture need to learn how to deal with the things that other people say...even if they don't agree.
When the sitting president characterizes a voting block of American citizens in the way that Joe Biden did on September 1 - then Houston, we have a problem!
We all have an ability to do more than we think we can. Never let anyone tell you that what you want to do is impossible. Work hard. Stay the course. Achieve. Do the impossible.
We either enjoy the right to free speech, and every other right in this country, or we don't. No matter where you stand, the right to free speech, as well as the rest of our rights, are worth the effort to defend.
No matter your political ideology, we must do all we can to keep our Republic!
Politics can be a nasty business. But most often, when those we elect to represent us, play politics, we the people get hurt the most. And what happens to them? The impact of playing politics has virtually no consequences. The ballot box, however, is where we can do the most damage. And we should exercise that right very judiciously.
Is there a price too high to pay in preserving the liberty that we enjoy? The benefits far outweigh whatever meager price we might pay. But it's a price we all must pay to preserve liberty for our own, and future generations.
Do we need to be told that we're fragile because of who we are? In today's episode I employ a bit of sarcasm, parody, and satire to prove a point. After all, many a truth is said in jest. I hope you enjoy.
Even though we are faced with challenging times on a regular basis, we don't have to give in to the impulses that sometimes, erroneously lead us down a perilous path. Becoming a "more perfect union" does not happen automatically. It takes consistent and worthwhile effort.
We have a blueprint for freedom and liberty. It's called the Constitution. And we need to make sure that we are doing all we can to ensure, not only its survival, but that its blessings are extended to all.
Stupidity does not have to be permanent. It can be overcome. Unfortunately, ulterior motives often get in the way of our leaders doing that which would, under more pure motives, benefit society at large.
Memorial Day is a day to remember the fallen, who paid the ultimate price for freedom and liberty; who preserved this amazing idea, largely, for complete strangers. May we never forget them!
Ladies and Gentlemen, it seems evident that Congress has a much different set of rules that govern their conduct, particularly since they're the ones who make their own rules. And near as I can tell, their definition of rules, differs dramatically from my definition.
All of us need to be united, regardless of political party, in our support of the Constitution. If we're not united in our defense of this important document, we will live to regret it.
How about we concentrate, and focus our attention on getting rid of political leaders, from whatever party, who are usurping the Constitution. It's up to we the people, to ensure that our way of life continues. And the only way we can do that is to elect people to office who respect the Constitution. End of story!
We all have tons of options when it comes to who, or what we believe. There are numerous choices to make, and it only seems to be getting more difficult when it comes to finding what is right...what we can actually believe.
There should not be anything offensive to anyone who hears the term, American Exceptionalism. It's not an expression that implies mediocrity upon any other nation. It's simply a phrase that speaks to the brilliance of America's founding documents. That's it!
It has been one year since the inception of Freedom's Creed! I appreciate all who have taken the time to download the Podcast. I hope you enjoy this compilation of some personal musings. Thanks, as always, for listening!
Respect is a key ingredient to accepting and understanding events in our history. If we respect other people, simply for the fact that we have not walked in their shoes, we will have a greater appreciation for all that their forebears experienced. And perhaps more importantly, ensure that evils from the past are not repeated in our day.
Since when has debate, about any topic imaginable, become tabu in our society? The most robust and honest debates should take place, particularly when the stakes are so consequential. Sadly, it seems, we have lost focus on one of the most important elements of a free society.
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For every story that runs, countless others are killed before anyone gets the chance to read them. KILLED reveals the true stories behind reporting that was once considered too dangerous, too fringe, too…SOMETHING…by the media. With help from some of the biggest names in magazines, Justine Harman brings dead stories back to life.
Welcome to the Official Game of Thrones Podcast: House of the Dragon produced by HBO Max and iHeartRadio. This show is the go-to audio destination to unpack and discuss everything Game of Thrones for casual and die-hard fans alike, starting with the new HBO Original series, House of the Dragon. Join our hosts Jason Concepcion (X-Ray Vision) and Greta Johnsen (WBEZ's Nerdette podcast) every week as they share insights, fan questions, exclusive interviews with the cast and crew, and a whole lot of thoughts and opinions. It’s the only podcast with the inside scoop on all things Game of Thrones. It is also produced in association with Crooked Media.