I’m just your typical middle-class Conservative American from the Great Midwest, flyover country, who’s sick and tired of watching our Constitutional Republic be destroyed from within by traitors. So, I got involved locally!
Pissed Off America!
This blog may not be popular for many, but that is fine! We have free speech, freedom of ideas and opinions even where there’s discussion and disagreement. It doesn’t mean we have to call each others ideas, speech, opinions, beliefs out as anti the cause, the movement, or be solutions oriented. I try to provoke thoughts, insights, and offer some of both. So here goes!
” Adam Schiff caught in Twitter Files!”
By Mike Engleman on January 20, 2023. Recent Twitter Files drops detailed how lowlife lying scumbag House treasonous Democrat Adam Schiff, and his staff, were coordinating with employees at Twitter, during the Trump presidency, in trying to ban every Conservative account on twitter. Actions that proceeded, post Trump! It’s truly amazing what this lying scumbag, and so many of his criminal Democrat partners have gotten away with over the years, especially during the Trump years. What’s equally amazing is how so few House Republicans seem to give a damn.
Expectations From The Republican House
By Mike Engleman on Jan 13, 2023. In the recent House Speakership battle, which many people on the Right were losing their ever loving minds about, really was an exercise of duly elected Representatives in a Constitutional Republic. It only lasted just a mere four days in the House of Representatives, and neocon RINO's revealed themselves. So what should we expect from House ‘investigations’ and committee assignments? After all, the battle lines were drawn and it was quite contentious in the House as 20 House Republicans held their ground, while many disconnected from reality people on the Right thought it was the end of the Republic because these 20 members were challenging Kevin McCarthy for House Speaker until their demands were met.
Change Is Local-Finale
By Mike Engleman on Jan 10, 2023. In my last blog, I presented how forming a coalition of affecting change locally by finding others to join the cause. Form your coalition. Meet weekly, outline and discuss objectives. Attend meetings, ask questions, make elected officials uncomfortable in defending their decisions while ignoring you! Use social media and print media to inform and educate others. You will be amazed at its impact, results, and effectiveness! Recruit candidates, or run yourself for office or precinct committee.With this, my final ‘Change Is Local message, I will offer experiences dealing with the Republican Party leadership. Also, what I discovered to be successful, and things that were not successful. Mind you, again, it’s not a one size fits all approach. Just offering insight from my experience and observations!
Change Is Local Part 2
By Mike Engleman on Jan 2, 2023. In my previous Blog, I outlined how I became a partner with others forming a coalition of affecting change locally. I also provided some background about myself, what we encountered and how we proceeded forward. I closed with a Remonstrance process that was really a key point strategically going forward. We knew the County Council would approve the bloated budget, which they did, but the 4-3 vote sent shock waves and changed the course of County government and politics. Let me explain.
Change Is Local Part 1
By Mike Engleman on Dec 26, 2022. Just like you, and millions of Conservative Americans, I have been watching this country be destroyed from within by politicians from both political parties for years! And now, they have attacked and sabotaged our electoral processes in my opinion. I then came to the realization and understanding a few years ago, that sitting back, armchair quarterbacking, and complaining was not going to repair the damage being done. So, I took advice from people who had a lot more political background and grassroots organization skills, who challenged me to get engaged, involved, get some skin in the game, and start making my voice heard. Strategically speaking, it was the best advice I could have taken to effectively make a difference.