Saturday, September 24, 2016
 

Today is the annual matchup between Tennessee and Florida. The game is at 3:30 on CBS. I just found out that the location is Neyland Stadium, whiich puts a whole new light onn things. Tennessee has only won once in this century, and I am hoping to see a trending change in that statistic.

 Tennessee is favored by a touchdown, but if we win, that will be the reward, even if it's one point.
 

Go Vols!!

 
 
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
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Wednesday, September 21, 2016
There is a huge difference between the world that Hillary Clinton sees and the one that Donald Trump sees.

The one that Donald Trump sees is a lot closer to the one that I see.

In the 7+ years that Barack Obama's mindset has been crippling this country, we have seen our approach to terrorrism change drastically from one of a country who has control of its destiny to a country of victimhood.

Democrats did this. The system of thought that Democrats are trying to sell to the United States citizenry is responsible for this. And they are proud of it. And they want it to spread. They want everyone, everywhere to be a victim.

In the world of terror, there are perpetrators and there are victims. Fortunately we do not wholly live in that world of terror, and there is a third personality type – let's call them vigilant. No one is trying to sell that third personality type as an alternative to victimhood here in the United States.

Ronald Reagan's version of vigilance was summed up as "trust but verify" which was what he did in all of his dealings with the Soviet Union. The system that Ronald Reagan used was the one that was responsible for the utter collapse of Mikhail Gorbachev's government. Verify=vigilance.

We are now faced with Democrats, led by Hillary Clinton, who wish to see us trusting the people who are trying to get into the United States to be fine upstanding citizens.


Probably most of them are. But there are some who are not trustworthy, and who wish ill of the United States.Events of the last few years have proven that.

 

Muslims have a code of conduct that they must follow which requires absolute trust and absolute honesty in dealings with each other.


Christians and other groups of people do not fall within that Muslim requirement. They are not Muslim.


Which is why we need the vigilance part of the equation.