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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Sean Hannity Freedom Concert Tickets - The Top Four Freedoms of Hannity's Freedom Concert

By: Brent Warnken

In America, soldiers of the Queen of England are no longer allowed to quarter in our cottages, livery stables, barns or victualing houses. In America, we have freedom of speech, freedom of religion, the right to bear arms, the right to petition someone concerning our grievances and the right to get a great price on Sean Hannity Freedom Concert tickets. In order to exercise that right, all citizens are free to go online, where tickets can be bought and sold, even if the Sean Hannity Freedom Concert sells out.

The Sean Hannity Freedom concert is coming to no fewer than eight beautiful American cities this hot summer, and the lineup is as free and proud as the red white and blue herself. Fans who get tickets to the show will see headliner Billy Ray Cyrus along with Charlie Daniels, Michael W. Smith, Lee Greenwood and Oliver North (a more noble concentration of men beholden to liberty hasn't been seen since July the 4th, 1776) perform on stage before a crowd of patriotic American concertgoers. Here are the top four freedoms and freedom-like things about Sean Hannity's Freedom Concert tour.

4. "God Bless the USA" by Lee Greenwood - "God Bless the USA" has, thank heavens, replaced some of those outdated old canticles that used to represent American patriotism. No longer are we forced- like a tax imposed without representation- to bow our heads before "The Star Spangled Banner" and "America the Beautiful." Thanks to Lee Greenwood, we can choose to be proud to be an American, because at least we know we're free. All kidding aside, this song has taken on a sort of national anthem-like quality over the past few decades.

3. Oliver North - As nice as it is to hear Lee Greenwood claim to "proudly stand up next to you and defend" the USA (though he did not actually serve), Oliver North actually lived a life of hard-fought service and sacrifice. North served as a platoon leader in 'Nam where he was awarded the Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart, worked for several years after the war at the National Security Council arranging high-risk missions of international importance and spent most of the 1980s trafficking weapons to Iran to fund the Contras in Nicaragua. When you see Mr. North in concert you can thank him for your freedom.

2. New Jersey - The Sean Hannity Freedom Concert is heading to eight different cities, but only Jackson, New Jersey is located near the heart of the American Revolution. Houston, Dallas, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Cincinnati, Atlanta? None of those cities saw any action in the American Revolution, and no delegates from their states were sent to the Second Continental Congress (except for Georgia). Without New Jersey, there wouldn't be a fifth stop on the Sean Hannity Freedom Tour, and there probably wouldn't have been an America in which to have a Freedom Concert, let alone any American freedoms to celebrate.

1. (Tie) Sean Hannity and America - While America is known as the "land of the free" (which makes it pretty high on a list of freedom-like things), Sean Hannity pretty much encapsulates all that is America. In fact, he has his own America called "Hannity's America," which airs weekly on FOX. Plus, Sean Hannity put together a Freedom Concert.

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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

The Benefits of Listening to Political Talk Radio

It wasn't too long ago that our current president came down hard on Republican Party (and other conservative group) leaders for listening to conservative talk radio, particularly those radio show hosts which openly criticize the administration.

You may agree with him you may think that talk radio and open emphasis on partisan politics only furthers the conflicts that have gotten this country into the predicaments we are facing now.

But some experts believe that talk radio acts as a forum for public discussion, allowing for the flourishing of freedom of the press and other principles of democracy (and to be honest, I agree with them).

It is often true that conservative personalities dominate the radio waves, so if you aren't sure if you are politically aligned with them, you might also think that you have no valid reason to tune in.

But if you aren't sure, that is precisely why you should take the time to tune in! Talk radio is one way for me to stay in touch with the happenings around the world without having to listen to the dry reporting from the evening news.

Plus, you may be surprised to know that research from developing countries shows that individuals who listen to talk radio also openly discuss global and public affairs more frequently with their friends and family members. This raises awareness in cultures as a whole.

Many people tend to criticize talk radio for "brainwashing," and only presenting one side of issues which are multi-faceted. But the glory of America and you being a free-thinking human being is that if you heartily disagree, you can change the station, turn off the radio, or better yet share your own opinion in various ways.

Respond with your own blog or even take advantage of hosts' offers to accept callers' comments. Being active about sharing your opinion means that you are exercising your rights, which tend to die out when people neglect them.

Again looking at research, we find that many people who listen to talk radio are more likely to go to the polls on voting day to give their input on issues they care about and to participate in protests when there is something going on in the community they disagree with.

One benefit of talk radio is that it is convenient; even if you miss it during your morning commute, internet technology has made it possible to listen virtually any time of the day or night. That means you have virtually no excuses exercise your rights. Turn on some talk radio today.

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Liberty News Radio ( brings you the latest, independent thinking and thought provoking news talk radio on the internet. Visit our site for informative news radio online. Art Gib is a freelance writer.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Could This Be the Last Independence Day?

Happy Independence Day! This is the 233 celebration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. This timeless document established the foundation for the writing of the constitution which led to the greatest democratic form of government in history. Included in the Declaration of Independence comes these words; We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness.

There are progressives in our society and in our government today that are leading people away from the founders wisdom, and would prefer we celebrate Dependence Day. That the government is the answer to all problems, and in so doing are taking our liberty away through laws passed by an out of control congress. Those in charge today believe the constitution is a living document that must change with the times. How could the founding fathers have foreseen a society as we have today? They did, and that's the reason for the constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Over eighty years ago, a president who was born on the fourth of July, Calvin Coolidge said this:

"It is often asserted that the world has made a great deal of progress since 1776, that we have had new thoughts and new experiences which have given us a great advance over the people of that day, and that we may therefore very well discard their conclusions for something more modern. But that reasoning can not be applied to this great charter. If all men are created equal, that is final. If they are endowed with unalienable rights, that is final. If governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, that is final. No advance, no progress can be made beyond these propositions. If anyone wishes to deny their truth or their soundness, the only direction in which he can proceed historically is not forward but backward toward the time when there was no equality, no rights of the individual, no rule of the people. Those who wish to proceed in that direction can not lay claim to progress."

In today's paper there is a headline; "Rising mountain of debt may be next U.S. crisis." As Homer Simpson would say: "DOH!" On April 15 all across this nation hundreds of thousands of Americans rallied at Tea Parties to display their anger at an out of control government. The local paper ran an editorial, after falsely reporting upon the size of the local Tea Party, stating; protest but don't ignore the facts, and then went on to present their one sided, progressive liberal slant about the rally. This illustrates one of the reasons that our government is out of control, why the people would elect progressives that are implementing laws, and rules that are destroying our economy, and robbing the people of their liberty.

To quote nationally syndicated columnist Dr. Walter Williams;

"Why did the founders of our nation give us the bill of rights? The answer is easy. They knew congress could not be trusted with our God given rights. Why in the world would they have written the first amendment prohibiting Congress from enacting any law that abridges freedom of speech and the press? The answer is that in the absence of such a limitation Congress would abridge free speech and free press. That same distrust of Congress explains the other amendments found in our Bill of Rights protecting rights such as our rights to property, fair trial, and to bear arms. The Bill of Rights should serve as a constant reminder of the deep distrust that our founders had of government. They knew that some government was necessary but they rightly saw government as the enemy of the people and they sought to limit government and provide us with protections." Amen Dr. Williams!

Although there is freedom of the press, the press has been hijacked through progressive ownership and the majority of the press are government lapdogs and not government watchdogs. Due to the complicity of today's news media the people have been led down the progressive path which will ultimately cause the demise of their very own liberty. Climate change is a prime example. Although there are nearly a thousand respected scientists that dispute the claim of CO2 causing global warming, you would never know it, because the media is complicit in brainwashing the people by telling only one side of this hypothesis. To quote Nobel Laureate in Physics Ivar Giaever: "I am a warming has become a new religion." Dr. Kiminori Itoh said "warming fears are the worst scientific scandal in history." Dr. Jarl Ahlbeck says; "So far, real measurements give no ground for concern about a future catastrophic future warming."

Because the media failed in their duty to report both sides of the issue congress has passed Cap and Trade legislation based upon a hypothesis. This will result in millions of lost jobs, environmentalists becoming billionaires by selling 'blue sky', and will allow congress to control your life dictating by law what type of light bulb you can use, what type of appliances manufactures can make, what type of home a builder can build, and on, and on the usurping of people's liberty.

This liberty eliminating, jobs killing bill must be stopped in the Senate.

If you want to sacrifice your liberty to government, to the progressives currently in control of all branches of government, then by all means support the presidents health care initiative. If you want a bureaucrat to stand between you and your doctor, to destroy the best health care system in the world, then support the progressives in their effort. Once government is in charge of health care then they can control nearly every aspect of your life. They will be able to tax everything that they deem unhealthy, tell you what you can and cannot eat, and ultimately make life and death decisions regarding you and your family. It is curious though, that in the proposed legislation Congress, the Executive Branch, and unions are exempt from their proposed government insurance. Don't believe the lies that you can keep your doctor, or your insurance. After middle income workers get their employer paid health care taxed many will opt out for the cheaper government insurance. Many corporations will stop offering the benefit. The flood of people moving to government insurance will mean the end of the private sector health insurance industry. Should there be health care reform? Yes, but this is not the answer.

Progressives are patient, they've taken their time over the past one hundred years to incrementally implement their goal of supplanting God, and family by government. Progressives control the media, acedemia, and don't believe in God given rights. Individual liberty must be sacrificed for the common good. This will enable progressives to become the entrenched rulers within government. These are the people who want Dependence Day.

Cap and trade, and Universal Healthcare are two of the primary examples of the failure of the main stream media to adequately inform the people, to serve as watchdog. These measures are the biggest power grabs attempted by the liberal progressives in history. How could such anti-democracy measures even see the light of day? Because the press has failed the people, and the trust of the founders.

It is up to us, the people that want to continue to celebrate Independence Day to stop our out of control government. If we don't, the estimated 45% of people who want Dependence Day will win, and our liberty lost.

Thomas Jefferson said it best: "When people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty." It is time to put the fear into our representatives that are selling us down the river to becoming a second class socialist nation. Any congressman or senator that votes for Cap and Trade, or for Universal Healthcare needs to be voted out of office.

May we the people win the day, and keep America by the people for the people. It is time to take responsibility, and it is time for the people to show the bravery of the founders who wrote; "That whenever any form of government becomes destructive of our God given rights, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it." It is time to stop unsustainable deficit spending, onerous taxation, redistribution of wealth, and the destruction of our economy. Time to renew our faith in our democratic principles, stop the progressives, and return to the traditions that made America the beacon of democracy throughout the world.

Happy Independence Day. May we have hundreds more for the sake of our children, grandchildren, and for the sake of the world.

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Fritz Pfister was voted 'Best Realtor' by readers of The State Journal Register in 2007, & 2008. Fritz hosts Let's Talk Real Estate on AM970 WMAY, streaming live at Saturdays at 10am. Widely recognized as the local housing expert. Fritz's website is

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Article Writing - A new perspective

Most website owners learn quickly that article writing is an essential tool for promoting their site. Being the owner of an article directory, I review article submissions and have developed a whole new perspective on what a good article should or shouldn't contain. Hopefully my perspective will aid writers in developing articles that are appealing to the reader.

Writers sometimes seem to forget that their articles can provide benefits beyond search engine ranking. A search engine doesn't care about content or intelligibility but readers do. An article placed in prominent directories can receive a considerable number of views if the title and description are enticing. Once enticed, your article must keep the attention of your reader focused throughout the entire article. The resource box at the end of your article is like your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. If you have given the reader good information and properly stimulated his curiosity, then he will visit your site. Congratulations, your writing skills have just accomplished what you wanted a search engine to do. Make certain you write articles that are intriguing and easy to read. Embrace the reader's trust by giving them the information they came looking for. If the reader finds what he is looking for and has a pleasant experience in the process, he is likely to visit your site.

In today's world people are bombarded by information. Our attention span grows shorter each day and as a result your article has to be immediately engaging. Anything that requires your reader to stop and think about what he has just read will likely stimulate him to move on. If this happens, your resource box may as well be on another page. With a quick scan of the title and first paragraph, I can generally determine the quality of an article. A first sentence that should have been three or four sentences, or at least had a few commas, lets me know immediately that I'm in for a tough read. Save some of your information for the rest of the article. If you tell me everything I need to know in the first sentence, then why should I read the rest of the article? Make your opening sentences concise and intriguing. Compel your reader to read the rest of the article.

Adjectives and adverbs are a great tool as long as they are used correctly. There should never be three or four adjectives or adverbs for a single noun or verb. In most cases a single adjective or adverb will do a better job. Suppose I told you this was the best greatest most magnificent and outstanding article ever written. (Sorry, I almost lost you didn't I?) Obviously, "best" is the only adjective I needed. By definition, there is no better than "best". Believe it or not, I review a lot articles that are packed full of redundant, confusing and boring adjectives and adverbs. Avoid this mistake, use the correct descriptive word and your reader will get it. Any more and you'll loose your reader to boredom or even worse a lack of confidence in your abilities.

I plan to continue this advice in additional articles, but in the meantime, consider the following:

1. Do not use run on sentences.
2. Comma's are free. Use them. Readers seldom have the patience to figure out what you're trying to say.
3. Use the correct descriptive words. Adding descriptions to descriptions will cost you your reader.
4. Use proper grammar. If necessary, get help.
5. Check your spelling. Watch out for software that fills in words for you. Type in "ant" instead of "and" and everywhere you meant to have the word "and" you will find the word "ant".

Put the reader first. Make your articles intriguing, informative and easy to read. Your reader will reward your efforts with a visit to your website.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Bitsy, Worlds Smallest Cat?

Bitsy is trying for a Guiness record as world's smallest cat.
She looks a little nervous though. I wonder if she a victim of catnip abuse? My mother always said catnip would stunt your growth.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Voice of Mickey Mouse Dies

Sadly, WDW News Today is reporting that Wayne Allwine, the voice of Mickey Mouse, has died. Wayne has been Mickey's voice for over 25 years. Interestingly, Wayne was married to Russi Taylor who has been the voice of Minnie Mouse since 1986. My thoughts and prayers go out to Mr. Allwine's family and close friends.

Source: WDW News Today

Fickle Science

Scientists have two big stories in today's news.

The missing link!
Tuesday, a team of researchers unveiled an almost perfectly intact fossil of a 47 million-year-old primate they say represents the long-sought missing link between humans and apes.