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Politicians have forgotten they are elected to serve us and represent our values and our vision for our nation. Unfortunately, they only care about lining their pockets and serving their own agendas. They will gladly sell out the American people to do it, and already have more times than we know. Between the tyrannical mandates, demonization of law enforcement creating rising crime, brainwashing of our children by the public school system, and repopulation with illegal immigrants, we are rapidly seeing the nation we love, that our ancestors and loved ones fought and died to preserve, disappearing before our eyes. How did we get here and what can we do about it?
The American people have been so busy working and caring for our families, and allowing ourselves to be distracted by entertainment media, that we stopped supervising our "employees." We believed we were doing our part by showing up every election day. We failed to watch what they did after we elected them.
We also became complacent when it came to our elections. We each thought it was someone else's job to make sure our elections were secure. We didn't get involved. We thought it wasn't our place. Then 2020 brought the pandemic, Trump's lack of filter to ensure we knew the truth, and the very obviously rigged election. Now we are all wondering where and how it all went wrong.
We were raised to be polite. We were taught to respect others. When someone claimed we carelessly hurt them, we did the right thing to try to correct the wrong. Showing love for our brothers and sisters is the right thing to do. It is what we learned in Sunday School and Kindergarten. We never thought they would use our kindness against us.
We knew publicly displaying our most personal thoughts and feelings wasn't a good idea. We knew it would lead to trouble. Before we knew it, all of our lives and all of our communications have been moved to the "information superhighway." We no longer had newspapers. We no longer wrote letters. We no longer talked to each other face-to-face. Before we knew what had happened, we had compromised human interaction for online convenience. In exchange, we gave them our freedom. They control what we see. They control what we say. They control what we buy and from who.
We were raised to respect authority. We believed the people we chose to represent us in the statehouse and on Capitol Hill really wanted what was best for all of us. When we realized they didn't, we thought we were powerless to change things because we thought we were the only ones who knew our nation was going down the wrong path. Now we know that was wrong.
It won't be easy. It won't be quick. This didn't happen overnight, so we can't fix it overnight The most important thing is we all band together and we all do our part. Here is what we do...
Our elected officials are drunk on power. They have grown accustomed to us not paying attention to what they do or holding them accountable . They are used to acting without consequence.
Most of us have no idea what happens in Washington, or our state capitol, on a daily basis. If this was still 1950, we might have an excuse. But it is 2021 and we have a world of information at our fingertips if we just know where to look. Sure, we could go to Fox News, Newsmax, or OANN, but they make their money with ratings. The boring day-to-day of what happens in congress doesn't make for good television, so they will only focus on the dramatic highlights.
The tagline for one of my favorite reporters on Epoch TV is "Stay informed, stay free." Those words are very true. 2020 taught many of us not only how much isn't reported by the news media, but also how much of it is complete lies. That is why I hunted like a bloodhound to discover where to find first-hand information. I was amazed to see how much time is spent hashing and rehashing the same virtue-signaling garbage in innumerable, taxpayer money wasting committee hearings. I realized others are probably had no idea, either, and they may also be in search of first-hand information, so I began compiling summaries and sharing them with my "chat room buddies." My summaries have evolved as interest in them has grown. Now my daily "Today in Congress" summaries have become this website. I promise to do everything I can to keep you informed with unpartisan, unbiased information. Please use this information to keep tabs on our "employees," a.k.a. elected officials, and provide them with regular "performance evaluations."
Many can't even name any of their elected officials outside of the President, let alone know how to contact them. I will do what I can to not only help you know who your Representatives and Senators are, but I'll help you find their contact information. Use your voice to tell them what is important to you and your community. Tell them when they screw up. Make sure they know they are being watched (not in a "stalker" way). Schedule some time each week to compose letters or make phone calls to your federal, state, and local representatives. A tightly supervised employee has less opportunity to steal from the register and will do what the boss says, if they want to keep their job.
Our voices are stronger when we all speak together. The best way to do that is to get involved with a local group of like-minded patriots. Check out our listing of nationwide events to make our voices heard.
We also must get involved with our local election boards. That is the best way to stop, or prevent, any election fraud. Again, it is difficult to steal from the register if the register is constantly watched.
Get involved in local politics/lawmaking. If 2020 taught us anything, it taught us that our local lawmakers really do control our freedom. Run for school board (children are our future, you know), county clerk, county or city council, or other local offices that can make a huge impact on your community.