Trump and his “poisoning the blood of our country” line

By Steve McGough | December 22, 2023
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Trump is not an eloquent speaker. But when referring to “poisoning the blood” he is referring to 100,000+ drug deaths per year in the USA.

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“By dying you destroyed our death … by rising you restored our life.”

Maricopa County voter FAQ page edited to approve Sharpies

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Stalked by Socialism: An escapee from Communism shows how we’re sliding into Socialism

In 1988, 19-year-old Jana Kandlova (aka Jane Benson) escaped communist Czechoslovakia and came to the United States to live and thrive in a free country. Upon her arrival, her euphoria was so intense she could actually “smell the freedom.”

But, thirty years later, she has become alarmed and anxious as she witnesses the United States heading towards many of the same socialistic/communist ideals she fought so hard to get away from. In this fascinating story, she sounds a serious warning to all who believe in “free lunch.”

Jane's Stalked by Socialism is available on Amazon as a hardcover or paperback. You can also get it for your Kindle.

"At first I thought this was a memoir of the personal story of the author's life. It is! However, it is also a carefully researched review of how our country is taking the same steps to the socialist country she escaped."

"Reads like a movie. You can feel the fear as she passes through the airport gates past the guards in Prague—and Jane's definition of comrade. Just excelled. Required reading for any young person who thinks communism is eutopia.

Amazing story of courage by a teenager under the boot of communism and then training to be a paratrooper as a teenager. No codling or sexism under communism. You did what you were told. Heart-stopping when her father pushed her out the next plane on her first jump."

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