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The American Reality Check     *****     

As you walk through your day, are you still under the impression that things are still proceeding as usual or have you begun to have experiences that tell you that nothing will be the same again?

This is the time for an American Reality Check.  

Twelve short years ago, most Americans went through their days fairly unscathed by most of the world around them.  They had become used to going to work each day and, when they received their paycheck, it was going to be less than what they earned, but they still had enough to pay their bills.    The government got their share and only imposed on their lives in what seemed like a minimal fashion.

Some people even had their own businesses and looked forward to the challenges of growing that business and, of course, seeing it grow along with your income and sense of satisfaction.

Today, the number of Americans that fit into either of these categories is dwindling at an ever-increasing rate of speed. Not only are we seeing our dollar devalue tremendously, but we are being taxed from every possible direction.  Our fundamental rights to freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of assembly have been infringed to such a degree that we finally have people waking up and talking about the onset of what appears like the imposition of a Soviet Russia-like government right here at home. 

Today we are being surveiled more than any other country in the world.  We have drones in our skies and there is no form of communication that isn't now being tapped and recorded.

Then we have the final straw, an impending assault on our 2nd Amendment Right to self-defense. 

Where does it stop?

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