I am a rancher who is very concerned about the lack of interest that my fellow American citizens have about our great republic. It is not about politics, folks, but it is about issues, problems, dreams, and administration of this great Country.
Our founders knew that the only way to preserve freedom was trusting in the Divine Providence, and pledging our individual lives and fortunes for our common good.
Therefore WE the PEOPLE, not politicians nor the parties, are responsible for the wellbeing of the United States of America. We are the employers who hire at the best of our knowledge lawmakers, making them our employees. We must choose carefully who we elect, and the candidates must be transparent with their resumes.
I have started this blog to pass along to my fellow Americans what I learn about our history and our U.S. constitution based on facts, not opinions. I am trying to convey to others the enthusiasm to learn about the values and principles on which our great Country is based upon and the passion to be involved in our Country’s affairs.
Last but not least, I will try to keep my readers up to date as much as I can on legislation about agriculture and private property rights in Texas, in other states, and at the federal level. American people, the Employers, must know what is going on, and hopefully I will be of service to make this knowledge easier.
About the Picture
Founding Fathers sign the new U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787
About George Washington’s Rising Sun Chair
George Washington’s Rising Sun armchair in the Assembly Room in Independence Hall in Philadelphia. The thirteen rays of the sun represent the thirteen colonies of the new United States.
The chair got it’s name from a quote made by Benjamin Franklin during the signing of the U.S. Constitution in 1787: “I have often looked at that picture behind the president without being able to tell whether it was a rising or setting sun. Now at length I have the happiness to know that it is indeed a rising, not a setting sun.”