FREEDOM RINGS 1776 is a conservative voice, defending the views of those who still believe in the constitution and opposing any and all who would lead us from our tried and true beliefs. We who still believe in the spirit of 1776 must oppose anyone who would set this nation on a course that will fundamentally transform America.
Danny Jeffrey


Aristotle once framed the most brief, eloquent, and enduring bit of logic mankind has yet known. He stated that "A is A". Simply explained ... Reality is what it is and there is absolutely no wiggle room. In the thousands of years since he phrased his wisdom, many millions, perhaps billions have have attempted to alter, evade, or defy the existence of "A". All have failed miserably.


I have just had quite a thrill. In the past I have seen, and loved, many of Ann Barnhardt's videos where she warns us of Islam and invites the followers of Allah to walk into harm's way, and catch her if they can. That woman has both class and courage. In spite of all the videos I have never read any of her blogs about the fall of America. That has now changed and that is the source of my thrill. She and I differ on one point. I say our Republic died the day Reagan delivered his farewell address. She says it died the day Hussein was inaugurated. But, we are in firm agreement on one other point. This nation is DEAD, and no politician, no candidate, no Bullshitter, to use her words, is going to alter that fact.


This will undoubtedly be the most unusual essay that I have ever published, for it was never meant to be an essay at all.

I have a brilliant internet friend who occasionally leaves a comment on some of my work. For reasons of his own, that I will not question, he identifies himself to the public only as "Anonymous". He has a way with words, a use of logic, and a grasp of the harsh realities we face that few can equal. We both see a future of civil strife and a collapse of all that we have long held to be the norm. Neither of us shun reality, nor do we embrace wishful thinking, choosing instead to face whatever tomorrow brings head on.