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|Location||Mountains of the 4 corners area of Colorado, United States|
|Introduction||Raised in the Midwest as oldest of 8 in a wonderful family of values. Learned about freedom, politics, and resp in all things including our liberties. Been doing this blog since March 2010. It says 2008, but blogger did not even exist then. Got my BA degree in Political Science, worked as a legis. researcher/analyst state house for 3 years and learned how to research and extract facts from all points of view without carrying the bias with the information that was factual. I was made chief of staff for my committee. Have a masters in Finance, with a minor in macro economics. That gives me the ability to see what is going on at a macro level and big picture perspective with all the ties ins from different areas in this march toward tyranny. I love my country, my fellow Americans whom I see as creative, adaptable and courageous as a rule, but also judicious. Even though armed they prefer to affect change through the system they have kept in tact til recently (past 50 years) which has been changed through deception and psychopathic manipulation to promote evil within at a level heretofor unseen.I forgot, I also spent one term in the US Army.|
|Interests||Obviously, Politics, freedom, peace, community, art, painting, Jewelry making, reading, economics, spiritual work, White water rafting, hiking, camping, Green Bay Packers Football and knowledge/truth.|
|Favorite Movies||"Dune", the 1984 version, Star Wars, all 3 epidsodes with special emphasis on the "Empire Strikes Back" due to the message that we are our only limitation to what we can do to change the world. "Loose Change", "9/11 Mysteries" "9/11 In Plane Site", "Wall STreet" with Michael Douglas, "The Patriot" with Mel Gibson, "Soldier" with Kurt Russell (a scary movie showing what can happen when the state takes over the education of our children)|
|Favorite Music||Maire Brennan, and Enya, both Celtic singers and some of it sung in Gaelic. Favorite album is Quest of the Dream Warrior by Arkenstone. (Also celtic) Old sixties music of protest and rebellion such as that sung by Bob Dylan, John Lennon, and Peter Paul and Mary, especially "Where have all the flowers gone, long time passing" and Eve of destruction.|
|Favorite Books||The scariest book, was "The Grand Chessboard" by Zbig Breszinski, Estulins book "The Bildebergs", "The Creature from Jeckell Island", by Griffin, "Behold a Pale Horse" by Cooper, "The Unseen Hand" by Ralph Epperson, and a variety of spiritual books.|
All of the phone numbers have fallen out of your address book. Whose number do you look for first and why?
Currently, my computer guy. When this is over, my best friend. The reason on the first is the blog gets attacked all the time, so I need my computer guy. The second, Best Friend, because that is who covers my six all the time.