My Father’s way may twist and turn
My heart may throb and ache,
But in my soul I’m glad to know,
He maketh no mistake.
My cherished plans may go astray,
My hopes may fade away,
But still I’ll trust my Lord to lead,
For He doth know the […]
I’ve been meaning to compile this list for awhile now and I’m sure that it will change over the years. But to this date, these are the most important books I’ve read. Not in like their recognized importance, though some may be recognized as important. More so in their importance for the mark they placed […]Continue Reading →
As a certified expert in everything, I’ve discovered the problem with Obamacare.Continue Reading →
Conservatives increasingly fret about Monsanto and black helicopters, about happy fun camps and government denial of information to the public. Hyperinflation is on the horizon, government routinely exploits tragedies as a pretext to further rob us of rights, and despite whoever rises as the victor in the coming struggles, the one certain thing is that the world can never go back to the way it was.Continue Reading →
I’ve been working on a new site in my free time here and there for the last half year or so as a repository for all the stuff that I have written at various sites all over the Internet. (Well not everything I have ever written, because frankly some of it should be burned rather […]Continue Reading →
This site is a portfolio of the written word of me. Some of it is professional work originally posted on sites with prominent and expensive sounding names, the rest are blog posts from various places about the net, thelobbyist, or original work produced here.
I've worked in politics for roughly 15 years in one form or another. I also know about other stuff too, but this space is tiny. I'm a native of Atlanta, student at Dallas Theological Seminary, graduate of FSU, life long UGA fan, video game lover, gym rat, Star Wars aficionado, follower of HaShem, and a Conservative-Libertarian. Work here is my own.