Here’s where all the gang can get together and talk it out. I know it’s not the show, but it’s a place where we can still share information. Mike Davis, my wife TJ and I are working to keep up with the comments here as well as his blog…see Blog Roll to the right for Mikes site. Keep sending stuff, and we’ll keep commenting. You can also get direct to the blog from www.wtjs.com as well as send me email there. My wife also comments here about whatever’s on her mind…she’s the sane one! Only I can say that though. But to keep you from guessing, I absolutely, positively adore and love my wife beyond words. She is my life, and my inspiration to carry on, and I look forward to looking into her eyes every day. I am glad she’s decided to join the blog.
There is something about this blog that you will like, it’s the fact that we hide nothing, we pull no punches and we don’t use cutesy little user names. We hang it all out there, just like on the radio show. You can listen to that on my show on the TJ Network out of Jackson, Tennessee. If’ you’re not close, on line at www.wtjs.com, 6 - 9 am. Until they kick our butts with Fairness Doctrines and Internet filters, we’ll be doing just that right here. Please sign on and join us…we’ll give you all the info we can, with some of the best discussions and commentary available from the good side of the force!
Let me give you an example of what I believe. Once you see how Mike, TJ and I analyze, then I know you’ll enjoy coming and reading here. I will take on probably the most talked about amendment to the constitution, the 1st:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
OK, here we go. Notice there is no separation of church and state in this amendment, it never was put in, never has been amended to, it was assumed by a remark that Thomas Jefferson made to the Danbury Baptists. The first statement that this amendment makes, watch me now because I’m no justice, lawyer or anything else than common man like the founders, Congress (government) cannot establish a State Church. Whew, that was hard – took a lot of brain cells to get it. OK, second statement. This may take some real number crunching. Congress (government) can’t tell you how to practice religion. Wow, I’m getting exhausted. Third part, Congress (government) can’t make laws to keep you from saying what’s on your mind, nor can they control the press, no matter how conservative or liberal they are. OK, last part, and I’m down to the last synapse, Congress (government) cannot stop you from PEACEFULLY telling them to suck an egg, or that they need to get their lazy butts in gear and do something that’s right for the people instead of everything wrong. They can’t even tell you that you can make analysis of the very document that it takes mountains of lawyers to re-write the meanings, when very simple farmers sat down and wrote it to where anyone should have been able to understand. I’m give out, I need a nap.
See, that’s what we do here. Hope you enjoy!