Category Archives: Local Politics

What Difference Does It Make

I know it’s been almost a year.  Get over it! The days I was writing seemed to get the same amount of visits as those I didn’t!  What makes this one different? Well nothing, other than the fact that I’m … Continue reading

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Executive Orders Dictator In Chief

  For some reason people are actually talking about the notion of our weapons being taken from us as a reality.  What has happened to society as a whole in this country for this to even become a valid discussion? … Continue reading

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Second Amendment Question

Would someone please answer a simple question I have about this hot topic. “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” … Continue reading

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The Thief In The Night

  I know, I know……not another “Feds taking our money” post from a non-relevant blogger.  I’m not sorry. I would bet that 90% of Americans don’t even know what a fiscal cliff is much less what the answers are as how … Continue reading

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Liberty and Innovation

“Liberty is the great parent of science and of virtue; and a nation will be great in both in proportion as it is free.”- Thomas Jefferson I finally got inspired by a true American innovation story that has almost no … Continue reading

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Experience in Politics? Is That a Good Thing?

Hello everyone.  I am new to Spread Eagle Patriot, so I will give a quick background on this article.  I recently decided to run for District 3 County Commissioner in St. Clair County, Michigan.  This article is part a a … Continue reading

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Tanks In The Streets

Can you imagine?  I mean we see it all over the world.  North Korea, China, Iran and pretty much anywhere else in the world the government wants to suppress freedom. NOW we get to see it in St. Louis!  That’s … Continue reading

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Emporer In Chief

Lately I have had a terrible time staying focused on much of anything so please forgive me if I rant a little.  Well actually, I’ll probably rant A LOT! The other day, while flipping the channels, I came across a … Continue reading

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Did You Ever Imagine?

We were all innocent little children in a far distant memory or two.  While I remember very little of my youngest years and have even blocked out some of them on purpose, I could never have imagined what my adult life would encompass. Like many … Continue reading

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Step Back a Little

Sometimes you have to step back a little and see how things look to the regular people.  By that I don’t mean the unintelligent, but rather, the people who are too damn busy with everyday life to see what is … Continue reading

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