The week of International Women’s Day brought about some strange things for me, as a woman.
For starters, I can’t imagine not feeding my child.
Even at my poorest, my daughter was fed by me. Not a school system. Me.
Three squares a day and snacks. Dinner was the time I valued most with her. We discussed the day, exchanged ideas about, people and life. It was a time to answer questions and review manners. It was a time to pray and thank God for our food, our home and most importantly each other.
The fruit of that time invested is a self adjusted, financially solvent and responsible young woman who sees herself as an asset. A strong willed and opinionated conservative scholar who, at twenty- two is asking that fateful Kennedy question of ‘what can I do for my country’?
This isn’t the blow my own horn segment, this is a wake up call to all of those who bemoan, belittle and ultimately bequeath your kids, your offspring, to a government system hell bent on taking the republic down, one free breakfast, lunch and dinner at a time.
What a sad state of affairs that a family, whether married or single, can’t or won’t forego nails, lottery tickets, the six pack, cigarettes etc… to feed their kids and secure the future of our republic.
School programs are not mercy BTW, it’s enslaving folks. Co-dependently feeding our children three meals a day is the socialist incubator of bad ideas and complete government dependency.
Fastest way to anyone’s heart and allegiance? FOOD. I could make the case by virtue of what we all know to be true about feeding hungry single men or stray animals, but one day I’ll run for office and be accused of calling men and the poor ‘stray animals’ and NOTHING could be further from MY truth.
My main question? WHERE’S THE CHURCH?
My second SMH moment of International Women’s Day was realizing that Nancy and the newly elected Congressional Jihadists went to extraordinary measures to delay & deconstruct a fundamentally female friendly act, VAWA.
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a landmark piece of legislation that sought to improve criminal justice and community-based responses to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking in the United States.
The passage of VAWA in 1994 and its reauthorization in 2000, 2005 and 2013, has changed the landscape for victims who once suffered in silence. Victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking have been able to access services, and a new generation of families and justice system professionals has come to understand that domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking are crimes that our society will not tolerate.
Desperate people do desperate things. Political parties are not immune. As Conservatives, we deploy the ‘moderate’ parachute at the first site of enemy encroachment or pending loss of seat, to our detriment.
Democrats however, take a more comprehensive approach. They aren’t merely consumers of victimization, they create victims as the means to a nefarious end of ultimate control, centralized thinking, feeling and being. The mothership of all things victims, the Democrats overplayed their hand and sacrificed actual victims on the altar of politics with eyes wide shut.
Rep Doug Collins- R GA joins us to discuss the complete abandonment of women by women in an effort to molest the country of our gun rights while making sure genders remains fluid. This is truly stranger than fiction.
He will also fill us in on HR1 “For The People Act” – the working, yet deceitful title of the left, is nothing more than another smoke screen that would make a black face Governor from Virginia look pale.
In an epic federal overreach, the democrats delivered nothing short of a complete negation of the SCOTUS opinion on STATE elections.
Now, I want you to ask yourself, why would this be the plan of action at this juncture? I’ll refer you back to ‘desperate people do desperate things’.
Stacey Abrams, the self proclaimed victim of defeat, championed the new narrative of the not-so- woke component of America,. Stacey’s mantra? Elections are not to be trusted if not won by a democrat. Simple.
In a valiant black pantheresque move, Stacey Abrams- the national loser, has planted her sceptered flag in the fertile ground of offended Americans. The ones who refuse to walk the political underground railroad long enough to see Freedom is literally just beyond the bitter campaign speeches, pandering mail pieces, free rides to polls, twenty dollar bill showers and promises of equal retribution and reparation, built on the national sins of the past.
The willfully blind, now led by the willfully pawned, the entire base believes they have a RIGHT to altar the landscape of our elections on a federal level, because, well… they can.
The US Senate will have a different opinion, God willing. Let this serve as a very real reminder of why YOUR VOTE COUNTS. Imagine, the socialist sewage pit you would now be swimming in if both the House & Senate found themselves occupied by a very real enemy to this republic – Socialist Democrats.
Stacey Abrams did everything short of casting every ballot herself and with straight face and Hillary’s oath to it, bitterly screams into any microphone with power, in an attempt to murder our elections process with one very powerful tool: DOUBT.
If casting a dark shadow on the very foundation of our republic was an Olympic Sport, the left would win and Stacey would be the poster child. Remember these three words: First. Black. Female. An automatic ” I was cheated’. It’s all they have folks. It’s not rocket science, it’s just reprehensible. To willfully deceive an entire demographic of Americans should be labeled as a hate crime, instead we refer to it as politics.
Speaking of hate crimes. Rep Chuck Efstration joins me today for a long awaited discussion on hate crime legislation. He is the Author of HB426.
I’m NOT a fan of hate crime legislation. At all. Call me simple. I believe crime is crime. Emphasis need not be added.
Being held against my will in FB solitary confinement is all the evidence I need that when left to our own devices of curating decency, unintended consequences can have far reaching implications. Hate is an emotion. Birthed in fear. As is most crime.
Chuck did a great job defending his bill with conviction and a true spirit of kindness. I always appreciate that.
I’m not entirely sold on the bill, what about you?
Last but certainly not least, the House of Representatives of GA PASSED a heartbeat bill and crossed it over to the Senate. You should spend some time writing and calling Rep Ed Setzler to congratulate him for having the heart and tenacity to carry the banner of LIFE.
Many of your legislators are cowering at the mere thought of future implications of saying Amen to life and liberty for all, beginning in the womb. Start calling and emailing your Senators now. They need the support.
Once again, during International Women’s Week, I was remind that not all females deserve to hold the title of woman as it relates to cultural implications of decency and all things beautiful.
On the contrary, some women were steeped in the bowels of a hell created by fellow bitter, jealous, selfish females who give the rest of us a bad name.
I have a parting word for Rep Park Cannon. A message I hope makes its way to her and the rest of her legion of purveyors of indecency and death.
The year of the woman has yielded some interesting things in our state legislature. From ‘sexual harassment’ accusations to coat hangars lining the halls of the Capitol in a grotesque display of allegiance to death, I’ve literally seen it all.
I’m not impressed.