My Former High School Teacher Is Running for the N.C. House

Jeff Collins of Rocky Mount, N.C., is running for the N.C. House seat for District 25.  He is unchallenged in the Republican primary and seeks to unseat incumbent Democrat Randy Stewart on November 2.  Collins is a conservative who longs to see our nation return to its constitutional roots, valuing individual liberty and responsibility and believing in a limited government.

Mr. Collins was one of my favorite high school teachers.  God has given him a brilliant, analytical mind and a strong grasp of a diverse array of subjects.  Under his instruction, I learned physical education, algebra/pre-calculus, journalism, Spanish, and chemistry.  He treated his students with respect while maintaining classroom discipline, and he has earned my highest regard.  If there is anyone I would send to the state House, U.S. House, or White House without any reservation or question of character, it is Jeff Collins.

District 25 citizens, visit the Jeff Collins for NC House page on Facebook to learn more.  And, don’t forget to vote for the most constitutionally conservative candidates in the N.C. primary on May 4 and in the general election on November 2.

God has blessed America throughout her history.  May we remember, repent, and return to Him!

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I’m a Hater

I’m a hater.

I hate the big networks.  I hate their loud, obnoxious commercials telling me to watch the Grammys, the Emmys, the big whatever to-do featuring the latest big yahoo.  I hate their brain-rot, Hollywood-gossip shows that assume I simply adore movie or music star X who is in trouble with the law, cheating on his/her spouse, or fighting drug and/or alcohol addiction again.  I hate being told that I have to hug a tree, believe Al Gore, worship Barack Obama, and hate America.  I hate hearing the annoying yelling of Chris Matthews and car salesmen with $1,000 down and $1,500 in factory rebates.  I hate the persistent alarmist tone of news anchors and their sound of forced concern over some non-issue or some star of dubious celebrity.  I hate being lied to, swindled, and robbed by the three-ring circus of crooks in the White House, the Senate, and the House of Representatives.

I hate some things because of personal preferences, and others because of the absolute principles of right and wrong.  Hatred isn’t a completely evil attribute.  When directed at the appropriate object, hatred is a very positive thing.  Hating evil, hating lies, hating murder, hating oppression: these are all perfectly valid, positive hatreds.  So, even though I hate loud television and the sickening vanity of Hollywood and its hangers-on, I respect the right of others to enjoy them.

But, when you steal from me and call it a tax; when you give my taxes to “bail out” failures; when you and your sodomite Senate buddy swindle the economy into the ground; when you seek to strip away my rights protected under the Constitution; when you grant those rights to war criminals and call it justice, then you have aligned yourself with the things I and all other people of ethics hate.  So, when we fight for our freedoms, when we smite your false justice with real justice, when we stand and say, “NO MORE!”, when you get burned, don’t be hatin’ on us!  ‘Kay?

I’m a hater, and you know what?  I’m cool with that.

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