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This is an in-progress memoir about my experiences in the political realm over the last year. Mostly just journaling, but also curious if anyone else can relate to my experiences. Read More

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If a Southern white boy with a strict Methodist upbringing can become a liberal man, anyone can. Read More
Just a brief summary regarding the Highest Holy Days in the Jewish Religion and how we celebrate them... Read More

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An American Patriot falls victim to his own idea of the perfect solution. Read More

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"Road Kill" is another chapter in the ongoing legend of Rose Houston, direct descendent of the Great Sam Houston, Father of Texas. It is a story of one families tragic loss of a child, of mindless bigotry and attempt to scapegoat and innocent man to vent mindless fury, of duty… Read More
In defense of America, revered Patriotic American Movie Maker Pecos Brazos rides to the rescue with the Hollywood Blockbuster "Rebirth of America" glorifying true American History in this world famous movie. Read More
In this chapter in the Legend of Rose Houston, the Devil Attacks America and with the assistance of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse seizes Washington, D.C. The President of the United States appeals to God for help and God dispatches the only lawman (actually a woman) in America with… Read More
A short essay on the misfortune relating to the Supreme Courts Ruling about Hobby Lobby. Read More
Allegorical poem about politics (USA). Read More

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Well, this was a challenging poem to write. I am all about LGBTT rights and equality for all human beings. I strongly believe that God wants us to love everybody without taking into consideration where they come from or what they like. Based on those beliefs, I wanted to write… Read More
To the many who died not knowing the many they have saved. To the failures who tried to change the world… …For better… …or worse… Read More

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There is nothing at all to compel us to move. None. And yet, she did. Against all odds and against the very nature of things, Jillian decided to move. Read More
The Second Civil War has erupted in America due to severe political and cultural differences, a boy and sister on opposite sides embrace this new situation. Read More
Proposition #1: The United States of America it not now, nor was it ever a Christian nation. It was designed by our founding fathers to be a nation of free peoples, most of whom were Christians when the nation was founded, but now the peoples of our nation have degenerated… Read More
This is an essay covering an issue facing many people in the United States - both parents and their children alike - in the year 2012. The essay discusses the rising cost of financial aid, how it got this way, and ways it could potentially be fixed in the future. Read More
Two mobsters have a discussion on their way to dinner, they discuss business, politics, and eggplant. WARNING: Contains strong language, whiners beware. Read More
Author Rodney Page weaves a riveting and suspenseful saga of an administration plagued by corruption and erupting scandals leading to inevitable criminal cover-ups that escalate to blackmail . . . and much worse. A legal challenge to the administration’s overt violation of First Amendment rights makes its way to the… Read More
I offer a few distinct arguments for the defense of marriage as a union between one man and one woman. Read More
The Federal Government has, over the past 200 years, continued a program of violating States Rights in violation of the 10th Amendment to the Constitution. Read More

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I wrote this for a thoroughly enjoyable assignment: to write a short story placing 6 phrases in proper context: "can you give me a hand with this", "the baby tripped and fell down the stairs","Herman Melville novel he had placed on the shelf that had remained unmoved", "in a cinema,… Read More
This was a Letter to the Editor I wrote to my town's local Newspaper. And just as I had said in that Letter, I doubted that the Paper would print it. I was right about that, which is just sad. Oh well, here goes... Read More
Have you ever seen militant "freaks"? You haven't seen anything yet... Read More
Is is time for the Second American Revolution? Yes! This book details how the war against this nation began during the Great Depression, and has continued down to this day. America is poised for disaster, and we must start over. This is a call for action to every American who… Read More

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Perhaps the revulsion to free cultures is due more to that fact that one still lives in the box. Read More
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