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By Ken Gulley
Hey Patriots, KG here. As I’ll explain in a little more detail later, I am currently in the midst of a deep personal battle that has kept me from work and somewhat normal everybday life. During that time I also took two breaks from blogto help me regain some mental clarity and strength. As I recover, you’ll see me blog a bit more.
During this time, difficult as it has been, I got a chance to see some things with more clarity. As CS Lewis said, “[pain is God’s] megaphone to rouse a dead world.”
What a year.
Hello Patriots, first and foremost, thank you for sticking with us as we battled the biased media, nefarious social media agents, and the rabid Left.
All those things alone are enough but then 2020 brought us BLM/ANTIFA rioting, COVID-19, the Lockdowns, Impeachment, Wildfires, Iran conflict, the Election and more.
To say that this was exhausting is an understatement. All of us here at TPB took a step back after the elections and took a month and a half off from long form posts – focusing mainly on keeping up with day-to-day news.
That was temporary of course, as I break the ice on our website with a notice of what is to come.
By Ken Gulley
How We Got Here
In their never-ceasing efforts to “fundamentally transform America,” Democrats have employed various means to achieve their goals.
In the recent past, when Liberalism still proudly existed among Democrats, ideas were passed through the legislative process as an outcome of the dutifully elected in our Constitutional Republic.
When these ideas turned to take on a more dogmatic form, absent of statistical and factual basis, they readily employed “judicial activism” in an attempt to legislate from the bench the ideas the values they could not pass in the chambers.