We find ourselves watching a meeting with all the major elitist mainstream media moguls. They’re upset because they feel threatened that the conservative radio talk shows are cutting into their monopoly of controlled news. They plan strategies to get regain that control.
They spend the whole day brainstorming ideas for getting the conservative talk show hosts off the air, and for furthering the Progressive movement in the country.
The chairman and CEO of the largest of the three major… Continue reading
Greetings, fellow readers. I’ve been running a series of previews for my new novel, and Rube sent me another post that sort of ties in with that novel, so I decided to slip it in among the current posts. Without further adieu, here’s Rube.
Howdy, folks: I reckon as how some people will call me a right wing radical extremist pessimist fer what I’m about ta write, but I don’t consider myself as none of those. No, siree, folks, I consider myself a… Continue reading
Titus Coppard and his colleague, Cy Martin discuss the 1994 Republican election victory, and the impact it could have on the country. Cy is dubious. He doesn’t think it will… Continue reading
In an earlier blog I mentioned my new novel, SHADOW REVOLUTION, that will be released later this spring, or early summer. I’d like to talk a bit more about that in this and subsequent posts where I will be bringing you a synopsis of the story with little snippets; little teasers, if you will, to try to pique your interest in the story.
What if There Were A 21st Century Revolution and civil war in the United States? What would life be like if such a scenario were to develop? .
EPISODE ONE: … Continue reading
Greetings followers. Well, Rube is back with another of his sage posts, so I’ll turn this space over to him. Here’s rube.
Quid pro quo : noun—somethin’ for somethin’. Is American politics becomin’ a full blown quid pro quo system in the corrupt sense? I reckon as how I’m beginnin’ to believe it is. That feller on the Radio, Glenn Beck, said he is through bein’ a Republican. Well, I reckon as… Continue reading
Howdy folks. I want ta thank Will fer givin’ me a chance ta make another post on his blog. Thanks, Will.
The title of this blogs says most Americans are constitutionally illiterate. I reckon as how that’s true. This mornin’ I was listenin’ to a local conservative talk show host on the radio. I… Continue reading
I was rummaging through a copy of Reminisce Magazine looking for ideas that would spark the little grey cells into action, and bring forth something for another post to this blog. It turned out to have a wealth of information. Rather than center on one or two memories, this post contains a hodge-podge triggered by that issue of Reminisce.
For instance, one article contained a segment on the sound booths in the record stores of yesteryear. I wonder how many remember those? I had forgotten about them until I read that article.… Continue reading
What if there were a 21st. century-style revolution in the United States? This is the subject of Will Edwinson’s new spellbinding novel entitled SHADOW REVOLUTION. Titus Coppard and the revolutionists have had it with over-regulation and government encroachment into their private lives. An exodus to 18 Western states by these like-minded people ensues for the purpose of gaining ideological control of the respective legislatures and seceding from the Union to form the new “Free States of North America.
Will this start another civil war if the old United States declares war on the new Free States.… Continue reading
I wrote a feature story a few years ago for IDAHO magazine about one of my writer colleagues. She is a novelist from Idaho Falls who has written several novels, as well as some short stories; many of which were published by major publishing houses in New York City. Because she was raised on a farm near Rigby, Idaho, and helped with the cattle drives to their Bingham County cattle ranch; and is now, herself, a ranching partner with her husband; her Western epics hold to that… Continue reading
Titus Coppard is on such a quest.
Ideologically, the United States is a divided nation. One half wants to go back to the original principles of the Constitution and self-reliance; the other half wants to continue on the path towards monarchy and more dependence on government for their well-being.
Titus and his followers believe the United States is on a course of sefl-destruction—political suicide—if you will. Excessive spending and government over regulation threaten the citizens’ liberty and the future existence of the free republic they love. They try to get the country back on track… Continue reading