Nathan R. Jessup

Posts Tagged ‘America’

Macho Sauce Has A Few Words For Obama

In abortion, America, Congress, freedom, Health Care, living free, Obama, Opinion, US Senate on March 12, 2010 at 4:11 pm

The only problem with this video? It might make too much sense for today’s average American to understand…

(Macho Sauce Productions)

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Macho Sauce Has A Few Words For Obama

In abortion, America, Congress, freedom, Health Care, living free, Obama, Opinion, US Senate on March 12, 2010 at 4:11 pm

The only problem with this video? It might make too much sense for today’s average American to understand…

(Macho Sauce Productions)

CPAC: Bob McEwen On American Economics

In America, Breaking News, CPAC, Finance, living free, Tea Party on February 22, 2010 at 10:29 pm

Bob McEwen, master of economics, conveys the complexities of American economics in a simple and concise way that thoroughly informs listeners. Bob McEwen’s bio can be found HERE.

Update: Freedomslighthouse.com covering the speech.

Update: Freerepublic.com reporting.

America, Kid Rock and Amen!

In America, Congress, freedom, living free, Our Troops, Pride, World News on February 20, 2010 at 4:25 pm

The official video can be seen HERE. Embedding not allowed.

(Special thanks to Blogmocracy.com for the video)

Kid Rock’s recent hit single “Amen” speaks to the heart of America. A positive, uplifting reminder that America remains a proud, compassionate and above all, free Nation; thank you Kid Rock.

The next video is an interview of the rocker conducted by ABC. Kid Rock discusses what inspired him to write the number one hit:

God Bless America.

No, I'm talking about REAL Hope

In freedom, living free on December 4, 2009 at 1:39 am

It’s 11:45 pm Thursday night and I am sitting in bed, MacBook on my lap, thinking about my life, and more specifically, where I fit in this world. As I stare at the blank screen I wonder about my ‘true calling’ and when we will meet. Do you know the feeling when you have a full tank of gas and yet, your engine won’t turn over? That’s where I find myself this evening. Earlier tonight, I caught just a bit of Glenn Beck’s “A Christmas Sweater” in which Glenn acts out all the characters in the story himself. The book/play is an interpretation of his life and his eventual road to redemption. One evening while in his thirties, Glenn found himself on the floor of his small apartment, in the fetal position ready to give up on it all. No money, no direction, and no belief in himself. This was the moment when everything would change. Glenn realized that nobody was coming through that door to pick him up, and it would be entirely up to himself to get up. From that moment on he made a decision to do whatever it took, regardless of self-doubt, hard times, or tough luck. Well, “life proved quite worth the effort” he would explain. Read the rest of this entry »

No, I'm talking about REAL Hope

In freedom, living free on December 4, 2009 at 1:39 am

It’s 11:45 pm Thursday night and I am sitting in bed, MacBook on my lap, thinking about my life, and more specifically, where I fit in this world. As I stare at the blank screen I wonder about my ‘true calling’ and when we will meet. Do you know the feeling when you have a full tank of gas and yet, your engine won’t turn over? That’s where I find myself this evening. Earlier tonight, I caught just a bit of Glenn Beck’s “A Christmas Sweater” in which Glenn acts out all the characters in the story himself. The book/play is an interpretation of his life and his eventual road to redemption. One evening while in his thirties, Glenn found himself on the floor of his small apartment, in the fetal position ready to give up on it all. No money, no direction, and no belief in himself. This was the moment when everything would change. Glenn realized that nobody was coming through that door to pick him up, and it would be entirely up to himself to get up. From that moment on he made a decision to do whatever it took, regardless of self-doubt, hard times, or tough luck. Well, “life proved quite worth the effort” he would explain. Read the rest of this entry »

No, I’m talking about REAL Hope

In freedom, living free on December 4, 2009 at 1:39 am

It’s 11:45 pm Thursday night and I am sitting in bed, MacBook on my lap, thinking about my life, and more specifically, where I fit in this world. As I stare at the blank screen I wonder about my ‘true calling’ and when we will meet. Do you know the feeling when you have a full tank of gas and yet, your engine won’t turn over? That’s where I find myself this evening. Earlier tonight, I caught just a bit of Glenn Beck’s “A Christmas Sweater” in which Glenn acts out all the characters in the story himself. The book/play is an interpretation of his life and his eventual road to redemption. One evening while in his thirties, Glenn found himself on the floor of his small apartment, in the fetal position ready to give up on it all. No money, no direction, and no belief in himself. This was the moment when everything would change. Glenn realized that nobody was coming through that door to pick him up, and it would be entirely up to himself to get up. From that moment on he made a decision to do whatever it took, regardless of self-doubt, hard times, or tough luck. Well, “life proved quite worth the effort” he would explain. Read the rest of this entry »