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I make sure when I write to always use facts. Things that are easy to prove and readily accessible to all Americans who are willing to do their homework. Common sense guides me this way. I want to make sure I present factual information. Of course it is nice when ...
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Incredulously there appears to be Americans who still believe the current resident in the White House. Bush was a "liar" but Obama hasn't a "smidgen" of corruption surrounding him. Astonishing. It's almost as if the famous line "you can't handle the truth" is correct. Let us take a few moments ...
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Over the last month a friend of mine, Matt Branson, has been reading the first half of Late Bird to his children. He sends me comments about how much they are enjoying the story. Last night he recorded his reading to them and sent me little snippets. I've lost track ...
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If we live enough years and have enough experiences we are bound to hear just about everything.  Right, wrong, fact, or fiction, eventually "everything" comes into play.  A few days ago a Democratic Senator chimed in with an amazing statement. "The White House talking points on Iran are straight out ...
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I've received many questions about Late Bird. "I know it's a novel but is this you?" Yes. It is based on my life. Because it ends in 2016 I couldn't call it an auto-biography or a memoir. For those of you who've read it, you are now part of the ...
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A few years ago I listened to an individual try to explain why some Americans don't hate Communism and Communist propaganda as much as they do Nazism or Fascism. His view was the media during World War II covered the atrocities done by Hitler, and the world was given the ...
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As a child whenever anyone told me something couldn't be done it always made me angry. I thought it a cowardly thing to say. Not to mention they were wrong. As a teenager and an adult I cannot remember ever being told I couldn't accomplish my goal or dream. Maybe ...
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When Barack Obama met with "Pimp with a Limp"...we were working. When Obama met with Al Sharpton...we were working. When Obama met with a woman who bathed herself in milk and Fruit Loops...we were working. As stated previously those who've been with me for a while know how I feel ...
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I love these United States. I thank the Big Fella Upstairs everyday that I was born in America. It is the greatest home field advantage known to man. So while I am on the planet I demand of myself to always have the American experience. To ROAR! The founders of ...
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Over the last few years I'd stopped watching the State of the Union address. Listening to a man reading words written by someone else was uninspiring. Never mind the distortion, disinformation, and dishonesty. But even if I was willing to go with Obama's facts (I know...an oxymoron. No Obama supporters ...
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It’s been said figures don’t lie but liars can figure. Can they? I just finished reading multiple articles about our economy and unemployment. As usual, the writers use numbers given to them by the government. This is unfortunate for many reasons. (1) Almost all numbers coming from the government are ...
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We don't "hope" for things. We never have. We earn. We pray. We say thank you. 'Hope" used to have a positive connotation. It tells us much about the man who turned it into a punchline...or a four letter word. Yet the American spirit is alive and well! Through crushing ...
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For those of you who've read Late Bird you know the Big Fella Upstairs blessed me with a curious mind which made school (except for French) relatively easy. I remember debating teachers when they marked some of my answers wrong. "That is your perception" I told a professor once, "I ...
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Driving to work today I fell in behind a vehicle that definitely needed some attention. On the back of this dilapidated jalopy was a wide variety of bumper stickers. "COEXIST" was one of the messages the driver of the car was attempting to share. Well, to be accurate the "C" ...
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If used properly Facebook and the internet can be powerful positive forces. In my last post I requested my words be shared everywhere, all across the land:) I thank all of you who've done so and will do so in the future. One voice at a time is exactly how ...
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A friend asked me today if I could explain America’s problems in Iraq using Twitter’s rules of only 140 characters. “You’re a bright guy and always saying nothing in life is complicated. Either you understand what you’re talking about or you don’t.” It’s always nice when your words of wisdom ...
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Author, entrepreneur and leader, Jason Kraus, uses the narrative in ‘Late Bird’ to write a bold prescription for America’s return to freedom. Fusing a story of love and passion with a very real wake-up call about the state of the nation’s political and social unrest, Kraus calls all readers into ...
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The El Dorado Hills author started writing "Late Bird" days after the 2012 presidential election. By telling an entertaining story, Kraus outlines what Americans need to do to get the country back on track. Courtesy photo “Late Bird” by Jason Kraus 532 pages 3L Publishing “We all have things that ...
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