Columnist Freddie L. Sirmans     
Comments on current events.
Freddie L. Sirmans is not educated, but he is a fairly well read neurotic survivor. His writing is raw, crude, and uncut.
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From the desk of Freddie L. Sirmans, Sr.  Dec. 11, 2005
I. Is this constant drum beat "For or against the
executive branch of government" creating unnecessary
negative division in America?
Under our system of government we have three equal branches.  We have the legislative
branch, the judicial branch, and the executive branch.  The founding fathers decided at the
last minute to add the executive branch.  Congress could have easily just appointed an
executive administrator.  We don't have a one man dictatorship.  Sure, the executive branch
does have a one man bully pulpit, but, as we all have seen in the "Terri Schiavo" case the
executive branch is not the boss.  

What brought on this comment is this tiresome drum beat of being "for or against the
executive branch" on almost everything.  I, for one have an uncomfortable feeling about this,
but I can't put my finger on the reason why.  I guess it just boils down to a feeling of fairness.  
Sure, the executive branch may be out front on many things but It doesn't rule this great
country.  Plus, I might add, the founding fathers never intended for this to be a sugar daddy
provider welfare state.

The government was supposed to be dependent on the people, not the people depending on
government and expecting a handout.  We can forget about a depression happening in this
country.  That option have long been closed.  The government has taken on too many
burdens and mouths to feed.  If people don't get their checks or if the checks become
worthless it will be mass rioting in the streets and total chaos.  

We have no strong nuclear family system, strong moral values, or bartering capacity left to
fall back on to survive.  Only permanent martial law and military rule with raw brute physical
power would give us a fighting chance to prevent total Armageddon.  I know I'm pushing the
envelope, but if this is what it takes to wake up America, so be it.  I can feel trouble coming in
my soul.  We still have time to prepare.       

May the grace of God bless and protect this last great bastion of freedom.      
From the desk of Freddie L. Sirmans, Sr.  Dec. 02, 2005
I.  Should there be a death penalty?  Yes.
This is truly a subject I should stay away from and not comment on, but, I just can't resist
throwing my two cent in.  I'm one that believes that you cannot have a strong moral society
without strong justice, and you cannot have strong justice without the death penalty.  The
first thing is, you cannot have a civilized society without enforcing the law.  I don't have a
problem with the death penalty, but, I do have a problem with killing someone for something
they did twenty years earlier.  

Everyone knows that if you are going to punish an animal you do it at the infraction, not the
next day.  Sure, a human will know what the punishment is if it's fifty years later, but he will
not be the same person that committed the crime.  I'm not arguing against the death penalty,
I'm arguing against killing an enlighten different person.  If it can't be carried out within two
years I have a problem with it.  

I think most criminals are not sorry, they are just sorry they got caught, but when one
actually tries to repair and undo the evil deed it is a different story.  I think the main necessity
to punish is to administer swift justice.  Almost everyone has family and love ones and if
justice is not administered by the government the families will want to get their own justice.  I
think it was the "Hatfield's and the McCoy's" that had that famous long running family feud.  

Well, if fair justice is not done by the government, feuding will become the norm.  As for me,
I'm just glad and thankful that I was given the tools of self-restraint, and others to not
senselessly throw my life away.  Many times my two sons have told me that so many of the
kids they grew up with are in prison or on drugs.  They are just so thankful that I turned their
lives around and instilled the tools of self-restraint and self-discipline.  

As for all of you out there feeling so smug you ought to be counting your blessing that you
had a parent or guardian that instilled in you the tools of self-restraint and others to keep you
from throwing your own life away.  Whereas, this welfare state has created masses of
irresponsible parents that have let loose on society hoard of young people with no
self-restraint or self-discipline.  

Why do you think so many young black men are incarcerated?  It is not what most people
think.  There are unlimited reasons to fail if you are looking for one.  Everyone that is
successful has had failures.  Success itself is about overcoming obstacles.  The main reason
so many young black males are incarcerated is because of our welfare state that has created
masses of irresponsible parents, period.  

Like I said, I should have left this alone, but, I just had to open my big mouth and dive in,
What the heck!  The water is warm.  So be it.  

God bless America, the land that I love.          
From the desk of Freddie L. Sirmans, Sr.  Nov. 23, 2005
I. What is behind all of these older women seducing
young teenage boys?
Folks, I'm a self-made writer and by being basically uneducated I don't know the thoughts of
many great thinkers.  I mainly write my own creative observations derived from deep down in
my sole.  Some of my writing is just shooting from the hip to create a shock effect.  But, I do
believe and mean most of what I write, It's just that I hope I'm wrong about what could be a
dire future for this nation.  

Every great thinker with wisdom will tell you man always has a choice in predicting his future
by the choices he make.  Now, concerning the subject, there use to be some validity to the
old saying that "Women give sex to get love, and men give love to get sex."  Back when that
saying came about women "Needed" love from a man to survive, especially while they were
having babies.  That "Need" no longer applies.  

However, I'm sure there was and still is a lot of lust and other trade offs inbetween.  But, the
real fact is "A survival need" is really the glue that holds any society together through hard
and tough times.  Mother nature and natural selection all use "A survival need" to determine
what survives in the final analysis.  When any society gets too far out on the limb of surviving
on what it wants instead of what it "Needs," it is in trouble.  

In terms of survival there is a world of difference between what we want and what we "Need."
What we are seeing now is only the tip of the iceberg on what is coming concerning the
breakdown of moral and family values.  Before the age of nuclear weapons and the fear of
mutual destruction if a country's moral decay sunk to a certain low the country would
probably be conquered.  

But, now, with the fear of mutual destruction there is no threat of being conquered or a limit to
how low moral decay can sink.  Now, only the limit of one's imagination is how far moral
decay can sink and that is infinite.  All of that aside, my gut feeling is, mother nature is about
to step in.  When mother nature steps in it mean only raw physical power and strength will
rule, nothing else will matter.  

This liberal welfare state have destroyed our culture, our moral and family values, our
manufacturing base, our emergency fall back capacity to barter, and our means to survive as
a free nation when this insane global economy collapses.  I may be the one that is the fool,
but to me globalization is a fools game.  The only way I see successful globalization is
through ruthless domination, otherwise human nature will never exercise complete honesty
and fair play.  

In my view only divine intervention will save this great, great nation.  Our grace period of over
four generations is over.  I believe we are now living on borrowed time.  There is a divine
reason why a seemingly unqualified writer like me has come out of the woodworks to sound
the alarm.  Now, back to the subject, that old saying that "Women give sex to get love"
definitely need modifying.  

Since this sugar daddy welfare state came about a woman doesn't "Need" a man for love,
sex, or survival.  That is why some chooses to get their sex and love from wherever or from
whomever they please.  Age or gender doesn't matter to them.  Without a survival need not to,
people are going to do what they want to.  For every one seducing case we know about,
there are probably a hundred never reported.  

As for myself, I'm just going to keeping on sounding the same alarm, privatise, and get the
government the hell out of the social and family provider business, otherwise western
civilization goes down the tube, period.  This phenomenon life force of "Need" is not science
fiction, it is a reality of nature and time.  When we look at the raw violent killing needed to
survive in nature, we forget that we also are animals and are bound by the same laws of

Sure, we have the ability to reason and think and are less govern by instinct.  But, the only
thing that keep humans from acting like wild animals are our rules and laws and the ability to
enforce them.  In the eyes of nature anything that is not needed to survive becomes less and
less important and over time mother nature works to get rid of it.

When hard times come there must be a real "survival need" that binds men and women to
each other or society will have to be rebuilt from scratch amid chaos.  

May the grace of God bless and save this great nation.  
From the desk of Freddie L. Sirmans, Sr.  Nov. 21, 2005
I. The hidden reason why the liberals are in a panic to
"High tail It" out of Iraq?
First, I want to express my personal views on liberalism.  True, the word liberal has become
unpopular to many nowadays.  I feel a few are jumping on the bandwagon and using
demagogy against the liberals for self serving reason.  I may not agree with the liberal
mentality, but I feel we are all good Americans.  Sure, I view the liberal outlook and mentality
as shallow but nothing that is set in stone.  Plus, I'm one that never forgets that there are still
conservative democrats, they just have been pushed aside.  

Many liberals have been converted overnight to conservatives when a criminal slapped them
upside the head and robbed them or burglarized their home.  A hundred years ago probably
the only place you could find a liberal would be in a rich family or on a college campus.  My
own view of a liberal is someone that has a weak survival instinct due to a lack of real or
imposed hardship and struggle.  

I believe to build the best character in a human being there must be some real or imposed
hardship and struggle in one's life.  People of old never forgot to adhere to this wisdom.  Why
do you think the best sport teams always impose hardship and struggle in the form of tough
training?  It is the same for building the necessary character to produce productive citizens
that will assure survival of a nation or civilization.  

Just because one says he is a conservative doesn't make it so.  In my view it boils down to
wisdom.  I believe the only way to tell the different between a liberal and a conservative is
their wisdom.  In my view liberals have weak survival instincts that gives them trouble
recognizing real threats to survival.  Whereas, true conservatives almost instinctively will
recognizes moral and other threat to survival.  

No one has to tell a genuine conservative that abortions are a threat to the survival of future
generations.  The germs, the bugs, and everything else is constantly evolving and there is no
possible way for us to keep up except through procreation, period.  Today's masses of
liberals created by our welfare state have a problem recognizing moral or any threat facing
this great nation.  

Now, about the liberals hidden agenda that I believe is fueling this ferocious uncontrolled
desire to "high tail it" out of Iraq.  It grates on the nerves of every American and no American
wants to see our boys die over there.  But still, I couldn't understand the liberals insane panic
to flee at any cost.  Then!  It hit me like a ton of bricks.  Whoa, there must be more here than
meets the eye.  

With the all volunteer force the liberals don't have to worry about their kids being sent over
there, so, what could it be?  There must be a bigger reason for this sheer panic.  Then, wham!
The knockout punch hit me, right smack dab between the eyes and floored me.  My God!  Its
the old "Guns or butter" theory raisin from the grave to haunt the liberals.  It must be shot
with a silver bullet or a stake driven through it's heart.  

Sure, the liberals care about the lost of life over there, but, what really brought on all of this
panic is the liberals fear of the war's cost.  What is the one thing that they fear more than
anything else?  What could be so important that they are in a panic and feel this war must
end no matter the consequences?  That one thing is: "The nightmare of the welfare state
being dismantled."  "Hell no we won't let it go."  "Hell no we won't let it go."  "Hell no we
won't let it go."

To the liberals, war or no war the welfare state is their God and it must be preserved at all
cost, period.  The cost of this war threatens the welfare state more than anything else in the
eyes of the liberals.  

May the grace of God bless and save this great nation.                   
From the desk of Freddie L. Sirmans, Sr.  Nov. 16, 2005
I.  Nowhere to run to, we can run but we can't hide.
How the hell can you keep public support for anything when big liberal media is spouting
"High tail it" negative propaganda  24-7.  Big liberal media must have a death wish or is in a
state of denial.  With this nations economical survival heavily dependent on foreign oil, To
high tail it now would place each of this nation's 286 million lives at risk.  Oil is not just to run
our vehicles and keep us warm, oil is this nation's life blood, we can't survive without huge
imports, period.  

That whole region over there must be kept stable for the sake of the entire industrialized
world.  Plus, when we ran out of Nam no one followed us home, not so this time.

May the grace of God save this great nation.

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Should irresponsible parenting be a misdemeanor, yes?
Today we see much more violent heinous crimes than ever, especially with the young.  The
message here is it is just another example of the breakdown of the strong nuclear family
system.  No matter what the liberals or anyone say, the reason it is happening is because of a
lack of self-restraint on the part of the perpetrator.  The reason the perpetrator doesn't have
much self-restraint is because he has never been conditioned to have self-restraint by a
strong authority in the home.  

People do crazy and stupid things all the time without thinking because they have  never
been conditioned to fear consequences.  Then, later they feel sorry.  But, that won't pay the
cost or bring back a life.  You can't have a civilized society without law and order, justice
must be served.  But, in a way the perpetrator also is a victim by not having responsible
parents that should have instilled self-restraint, self- responsibility, and self-accountability in
him.  That is why I go so far as to blame the parents almost totally for the actions of the very

Every parent has a duty and responsibility to prepare their child to be a productive citizen,
not turn a little monster(pun) loose on society.  Every parent has a duty and responsibility to
instill self-responsibility, self-accountability,  self-discipline, and self-restraint in their young.  
There is almost nothing innate about a human being.  All behavior is learned one way or
another through a degree of reward or punishment.  

To let a young child act destructive and not correct him is actually teaching and instilling
misbehavior.  It will be instilled in the child's belief system  that it is his right to have his own
way right or wrong.  Sure, one can choose to do, or not to do something, but, to have the full
force of anger behind it, it must be perceived as a right.  The good thing is, by far most people
do control their anger and avoid bad consequences.   By far most people do not commit
heinous crimes.  

I'm not a psychogist or anything like that, I'm just expressing my own personal views on the
From the desk of Freddie L. Sirmans, Sr.  Nov. 14, 2005
I.  Please say it ain't so?
I hope its not so, but, I can't honestly say it ain't so.  What I am talking about is, will western
culture and civilization go down the tube?  In my view I don't think western Europe or the U.S.
will ever do the one and only thing that  I think will save western culture and civilization.  
Throughout my writing I have preached and preached about the one and only thing in my
view that will save western culture and civilization.  

That one thing is: Privatise and get the government the hell out of the social and family
provider business, now, not tomorrow, not next week, not next year, now, now, now.  I don't
believe anything else will turn the tide.  I hear all of the talk about immigration and other stuff.  
It is mostly all talk because there is no real teeth or bite in it.  It is really like trying to put out a
barn fire with a garden hose.  

Except for their vote the people don't have any real clout any more.  Big government has the
real clout and big government is only going to do what is in its own self interest, period.  The
peoples voting power is not going to force the issue because government dependents are
not going to bite the hand that feeds them.   Folks, you may not agree with me but that is the
way I see it.  I'm just a self-made writer with my one man opinion.  

My view on this whole culture war is maybe it wouldn't be the worst thing that could happen if
the whole matter came to a head.  Which is better to die a fast death or a slow death?  Neither
should be the case if this is the great country that I think it is.  Maybe the people will wake up
and wise up if they are scared straight.  Things ain't always what they seem, just like
everything that glitters is not gold.  

The general public doesn't have a clue to how and why a free market economy work.  That is
why the liberals can fool a lot of people when they get in power.  The first thing the liberals
are going to do whenever they do get back in power is, sock it to the rich and raise taxes,
then, greatly increase construction and social spending.  It's the same old saw and it works, it
really does boom the economy for five or six years at a time, just like pouring gas on a fire.  

To the unwise the boom is proof enough, they have no idea that that kind of a boom will
destroy our culture and moral values in the long run.  They have no idea that what kept the
liberals in power for forty years created our welfare state.  They have no idea that our welfare
state have all but destroyed our culture and means to survive when hard times come.  The
liberals have been so successful with this technique that it has created a blind loyalty in
some minorities.  

But, I'm not sure this technique is going to work in the future because there must be a limit to
how high taxes can be raised.  Now, we know the liberals are likely to bring things to a head
much faster, but, is it any better to keep expanding big government drip by drip slowly
draining any hope of a long life for this great nation?  I say to hell with big liberal media and
superficial opinion polls.  "Damn the torpedo's, full steam straight ahead."  Let the chips fall
where they may.  

What this country really need is more true statesmen's that will go down with what they feel
will save this great country.  In my own way I feel I am doing my duty to the best of my ability.  
I know what the stakes and risk are.  But, to shut up and go away is not an option.  I must do
the little bit I can to help save this great, great nation.                         
From the desk of Freddie L. Sirmans, Sr. November 06,
Is this "Gotcha you" mentality going on just a
more sinister version of "Blame game" politics?
There is blood in the water and the sharks are circling.  I liked it so much better when the law
was plain and simple, where everyone could understand it, like the ten commandments.  The
law is for every citizen and should be understood by every citizen, not seized and put in
some mombo jumbo legal jargon beyond the understanding of the average citizen.  The U.S.
Constitution is in plain English where every citizen can understand it, you don't need a law
degree to know what it says and to know it's not to be changed with age.  

The amendment process is provided to make any changes needed with age, period.  What
really opened my eyes was when "Due process" flat out cold blood murdered that innocent
brain damaged lady right in our face before the whole world.  My God! What arrogance and
raw power!  In my view, "Due process" and much about the law has become an
overpowering dictatorial  authority in itself with the innocent becoming the sacrificial lamb.  

You may not have liked the old blue laws but at least they were in plain language that you
could understand and know what to expect.  But now, tort law is out of control, and is taking
the medical professional and anybody with deep pockets to the cleaners.  Any and
everybody with something to lose is a target.  It is a lose, lose situation, even if you win the
case you can end up broke and your life's savings gone.  

Whatever happen to "To err is human?"   Whatever happen to Christian love and forgiveness
that brought western civilization out of the dark ages?   Whatever happen to sometimes
giving up a right for a wrong.  Where is the wisdom that knows a divided house cannot stand.
Never forget, the law is never about nothing, the law is always serious because we are a
nation ruled by law no matter the circumstance.  No one is above or beyond the law in this

Lord, I ask in your name, please have mercy on the United States Of America.