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Phil Davis

Phil Davis served in the USAF from 1973-1993 and most of it was working in Command and Control at Strategic Air Command (SAC) and United States Air Forces Europe USAFE, while his two best assignments was working at HQ 8AF Command Center from 1984-1989 at Barksdale AFB, with a one year assignment serving with the 485 Tactical Missile Wing, Ground Launch Cruise Missiles in Belgium during 1986-1987. Phil has been writing on political issues since 1993, including a run with the Examiner prior to 2013. It was just after that when he started his own blog where he has written on various subjects about a myriad of topics related to our country's political environment and the rediscovery of American Patriotism.

Militarization of Deep State: Part 2 Administrative Federal Agencies

Homeland Security did a massive buildup of personnel and military style equipment starting in 2002. However, the looming question today is why did other...

Militarization of Deep State: Part 1 Homeland Security

We face an America where some of the population can’t get enough of a massive progressive federal government and the other half is scared...

Census Obstructs Fair Representation

Population drives how many Congressional House members are allocated for each State in Congress which comes to Washington to conduct the people’s business. These...

Defining a Constitutional Conservative

There have been articles written that define a Constitutional Conservative. Are they a basic Conservative or an Independent, maybe Libertarian, some other label? What...