A sample from Book 2
use my intelligence
fight for america's
heed to every
for freedom’s defense
honor my flag’s
with constitutional vengeance
be brave against
suffer my action’s
my constitution’s every sentence
in all correspondence
to my constitution’s contingence
for greed’s influence
for corporational benevolence
not scatter words
for continued turbulence
for america's innocence
every aristocratic occurrence
of the resistance
american history's every reference
not remain silent
payne’s common sense
put america first
over any other
study in full
without a changing tendence
to weaken or condense
speak america’s language
whatever my native cadence
enforce with a
the american way
side of the fence
on this soil
for only her
my fierce defense!
(March 29, 2014)—‘I Will’ was written in 2010. My frustration of that year remains just as strong today. My frustration is the same as a lot of Americans.
In 1987, I took an oath to fight all enemies, foreign and domestic. I wonder how much of our freedom has to be taken before Americans will decide talk is just talk.
There will always be war when it comes to religion. Always. In this country, we have tolerance when it comes to religion. You practice yours and I’ll practice mine. But something is changing. Something is not right. Do you know what that change is? Are you smart enough to see it? Are is it that your ignorance is better so that you can bury yourself in your material world, in your greed?
If your life has been shattered by selfishness, greed, then you are in the mince of that change. And in this change, women suffer the most. Don’t take my word for it. Keep ignoring the change. Without action, without a voice, the change will hit your home one way or another.
I made an oath. No matter how much isolation, no matter how much ostracism, no matter how much intolerance to the freedom I once knew, I will continue to voice, stand with my oath…foreign and domestic. How about you?
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Additional Readings On Politics and Education
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1984 by George Orwell
American By Heart: Reflections on Family, Faith and Flag by Sarah Palin
Animal Farm by George Orwell
Culture Warrior by Bill O’Reilly
Decision Points by George W. Bush
Executive Orders by Tom Clancy
Godless: The Church of Liberalism by Ann Coulter
Going Rogue: An American Life by Sarah Palin
I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World by Malala Yousafzai
Leadership and Crisis by for Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal
The American Presidents by David C. Whitney