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Phillip 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 Davis has been writing on political issues starting in 1993 ending in 1994, and then picked it up again during 2011 writing for Examiner.com until 2013. During 2013 Phil started his own website/blog where he has written on various subjects about a myriad of topics related to our country’s political environment and some pieces concerning what our nation represents really to all of us.

Introspection from an American Patriot

Brave Leftist Cowardly Conservative

One may wonder just how many Americans truly are actually concerned over the fate of our nation, in the millions I suppose. However, an...

Alt-Right Not Right

Alt-Right has a ring to it as if it is something of the conservative flavor, grouping itself in with other Conservatives that side with...

America’s Declining Virtue

A nation void of virtue cannot maintain a civil society and last very long. History is littered with nations that have faded away through lack...

AR-15 Not America’s Most Wanted Killer

The primary objective of the Marxist liberal Left is to use the AR-15 semi-auto as their scary Poster Child for all gun confiscation. However,...

Why is there a Second Amendment?

Shortly after the turn of 1600, English settlers began to arrive in a new land called America, bringing with them their culture, Christian faith...

Fact: More Guns Saves Lives

On April 20th 2018 students walked out of school to protest against gun violence all across the nation once again, commemorating the Columbine High...

National Guard To Border Overdue

It is long past due, decades past due, for the American people to wake to the fact our national as well as state government...

Our U.S. Constitution stems from our Declaration of Independence which references “Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The U.S. Constitution was constructed in such a fashion as to have the least amount of law in order to protect ones naturally born individual unalienable rights, maintaining civility within our nation with the least amount of government intrusion.

Individual natural unalienable rights, means no one can take any of those rights away unless the individual(s) agrees to it. We lend not give away some rights to a structured small government to maintain a stable environment for all.

We are not a pure Democracy but a representative Republic, meaning the people have representatives from their cities, towns, state and at federal level to represent the peoples will. To have pure Democracy only leads to mob rule leaving out people who may have their natural rights encroached upon, so we elect representatives to govern. This ensures the greatest opportunity of preserving naturally born rights for everyone.

Our nation is unique from the rest of the world because our framers of the U.S. Constitution, which fought a war with England, threw off an all-powerful centralized government. We left England’s grasp at a heavy cost in lives in order to regain our freedom from centralized tyranny, returning control of our natural rights that was mostly taken away.

Your natural rights of life, liberty and happiness are the baseline by which we all naturally operate from. Understanding these rights we elect representatives to oversee and protect those rights.

Today we are facing the result of 100 years of Progressive centralized over controlling elitists at the federal level that have instituted controls that have degraded too much of our natural rights.

Today there are some who call themselves Nationalists. A Nationalist fixates only at our federal level in our nation as the most powerful and that is not how our U.S. Constitution was constructed or agreed to by the original 13 colonies, Colonies which became our first states of the United States. The federal level is supposed to be limited in power; not so today.

The individual in America must be awake and always engaged in government business at all levels so it does not draw too much power to itself, as it has done so today.

There is a growing danger today by many that do not understand our structure of government which is meant to prevent all power going to a central government. To lean on such centralized power (Nationalist) invites tyranny; remember Nazi Germany?

So how did we get here? Because the people did not understand nor did they have the time to stay focused on people that would abuse their power; busy with common living.

Our Constitution was written in such a skeletal fashion of laws that it demands the American people stay focused on government at all times. The Constitution was built for limited government. Stay focused on your government or it will stay overly focused on you!