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


Prior to the last election many conservatives were in denial over Rasmussen's projecting an Obama win. They were announcing that Rasmussen's numbers were skewed and so they set about to unskew those skewed numbers thus guaranteeing us a Romney win. Well, the people at Rasmussen just continued doing their job the way they had always done and proved that their methods are still viable, and so it was not the numbers that were skewed. It was the American public; skewed, screwed, barbecued and led into servitude in the ObamaNation.


An associate in London recently put together a brief but comprehensive list of the dangers we face from the onslaught of the Muslim horde and closed with the following observation:
"There we have it then, an absolutely ruthless, brutal, self-righteous and utterly uncompromising opponent. That can only be opposed with an equally ruthless brutality that none are willing to employ." Hat tip to P.S.

He is correct. None want to engage.

Glenn Beck is one of this nation's greatest and most inspiring conservative leaders. He has an outstanding team devoted to researching and revealing dangers to the American public, but he suffers a weakness born of his religious zeal. Glenn advocates the principles of the Second Amendment but limits its effectiveness by supporting its use only to self defense and protection of your immediate household, flatly eliminating the possibility of an armed uprising of our people against the dictates of this Progressive regime, as advocated by the founders. 


I have long believed that anything we write is in essence an autobiography, as the words we use and the views expressed reveal so much about the author. Last month I wrote of a troubled me and a distressed piece of symbolic fabric in an essay entitled "Every Flag Tells A Story". Never in my life had I ever seen such a neglected flag of my nation and to make matters worse, it adorned a Home Depot, a bedrock of the U.S.A. and free enterprise.