THE SAPIENT SPARROW: conservatism for commoners

"What has always made the State a hell on earth has been precisely that man has tried to make it his heaven."–Holderlin


No, I have not fallen off the edge of the world.  I am simply teetering on the edge of it.  For the last couple of weeks, and in the near future, I am concentrating on a beloved family member who has just been diagnosed with advanced cancer.  Hence, my political research has taken a back seat to research on the “Big C”.  Believe me, I do wish with all my heart that I was doing more of the former and none of the latter.

Until such time as I can begin to regularly post again, I wanted to share another blog site with all of you.  There is so much research on the Left, its networks and ties into the current Administration that it should keep you enthralled for a long time.  Those of you that listen to Glenn Beck on the radio may have heard him mention the blogsite New Zeal that is run by Trevor Loudon out of Christchurch, New Zealand.  Trevor is an excellent political researcher and has a wealth of information on his site.  He helped with research for the newly released book, The Manchurian President, authored by Aaron Klein with Brenda Elliott  Check out all of his “Obama files”—I am still working my way through these.  He also maintains links, both Conservative, Left and Communist/Socialist, in order for the reader to do research from original sources.  Trevor also contributes to the sister site, KeyWiki , (also linked from his site), that is an encyclopedia of U.S. Left resources.  I have already linked to New Zeal from my blog here.  I highly recommend it.

Finally, in the words of General MacArthur, “I will return”.  I just cannot say exactly when.  Check back often, I might just surprise you from time to time with an entry.  After all, even in the battle with cancer, there are lulls now and again.  Please keep us in your prayers.  God bless you and our great Country.

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"His eye is on the sparrow, and He surely watches me." --Mrs. Doolittle, 1905