Canada Free Press: Mike Jensen

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Mike Jensen is a freelance writer living in Colorado.  He received his M.A. in Professional Writing from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, where he wrote his first book, Alaska’s Wilderness Highway.  He has since published Skier’s Guide to Utah along with humor, travel, and political articles for various magazines and newspapers.  He is married with five sons, and spends his free time at a remote cabin in the Colorado Rockies.

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Sorry, Race Baiters; White America is simply Not Buying it Anymore.  We’ve Spent our Guilt and Moved

- Aug 27, 2014
Sorry Race Baiters; White America is simply Not Buying it Anymore.  We've Spent our Guilt and Moved on

In 1984, I lived in North Philadelphia.  At that time (I have not been back for several years, so I can’t speak of the area’s current status), the area was almost entirely populated by black and Hispanic residents.  I’m white, by the way, and there were literally weeks that went by when I didn’t see another white person in my neighborhood.



Rev. Dr. Thistlethwaite, You Should Be Smarter than This!

- Jul 18, 2014

My primary goal today is to save the Rev. Dr. Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite from herself and from the tyranny of socialism.  You may not have heard of the Rev. Dr. Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite; I’ll introduce you to her shortly.



The Question that Separates Us: WHOM DO YOU TRUST?

- Sep 17, 2013

I find it interesting how liberals and conservatives can have nearly diametrically opposed views on just about everything.  For example, if a brand new topic of political debate were to develop tomorrow—I’m talking about a topic that nobody had ever considered before—as soon as I decided on my own view of this topic, I would bet my life savings (yes, the entire $7.42) that the liberals I know would take the opposing view.



OMG: It’s Global Cooling!

- Sep 9, 2013

Dateline, September 8, 2013, from the UK’s The Telegraph newspaper: “Global warming?  No, actually we’re cooling, claim scientists.”

“What’s this?” you say.  Has The Telegraph been taken over by a cabal led by Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, and other conservatives?



The Most Important Lesson Martial Arts Ever Taught Me

- Jul 18, 2013

I have been practicing martial arts, off and on, for over 20 years.  I’ve studied five different styles in some depth, and others more superficially.  I’ve learned a veritable plethora of strikes, kicks, and blocks, along with strategies for defending against attacks with knives, guns, baseball bats, and from multiple attackers.







Let’s Play the George Zimmerman ‘What If’ Game

- Jul 15, 2013

On Saturday, July 13, after 16 ½ hours of deliberation, the jury in the George Zimmerman trial found the defendant not guilty in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.



Republicans: Still Fighting Slavery

- Jul 11, 2013

The Republican Party was largely founded for one purpose: to stop the spread of slavery into the nation’s western territories, and if possible, abolish it altogether.  If you think about it, that is still the core purpose of the Republican Party.



It’s High Time for Common Sense Media Control

- May 5, 2013

-Satire

“The pen is mightier than the sword.”  The phrase was penned by British novelist Edward Bulwar-Lytton in 1839.  The idea, of course, is that the written and spoken word can bring about both more good and more evil than can weapons of war.



I’m Coming Out of the Closet

- May 3, 2013

I sold my first article to WordPerfect Magazine in 1990, which means that I’ve been a professional writer for 23 years.  I write political and humor columns (you’d be amazed at how closely the two match), and I often write about myself.



Why Even “Common Sense” Gun Control Must Be Stopped

- May 3, 2013

I love the way progressives use the term, “common sense” whenever they’re talking about their political agenda.  Barack Obama uses the term in reference to gun control, immigration reform, deficit reduction, and anything else he might be talking about at the time.







Something “Original” (You’ll Get the Pun in a Minute) about the Second Amendment

- Apr 21, 2013

For the past several weeks, I have been looking for something original to say about the gun control debate.  It has been beyond frustrating to watch the progressives yet again attempt to strip the American public of our right to self-defense.  The problem is, everybody else is talking about this, too, including a whole bunch of people who are far more skilled than I at communicating their views on this issue.



God Works in Mysterious Ways

- Apr 14, 2013

If you’ve perused the articles I’ve written for Canada Free Press (CFP), you’ll find that I rarely write about religious issues.  I’m always a bit uncomfortable about mixing politics with religion.  To begin with, I happen to believe in the separation of church and state (and yes, I know that phrase originated in a letter written by Thomas Jefferson to the Danbury Baptist Association in 1802, not in the Constitution).  I wouldn’t want my religious views—such as they are—imposed on another through legislation or regulation any more than I would want another’s religious views imposed on me.



Smart Mormons

- Jan 23, 2013

During the 2012 presidential campaign, that awesomely deep well of perpetual wisdom, Alec Baldwin, proclaimed that if Barack Obama were not black, his vote total would have been 20 percent higher.



The God Complex

- Dec 17, 2012

I think I have the Progressive/Socialist/Communist movement figured out, and the answer is God.  Surprised?  Read on.



A Problem Solving Approach to Global Warming, Part II

- Dec 5, 2012

A few weeks ago I wrote a column for the Canada Free Press in which I tried to approach the global warming issue from a logical, problem-solving standpoint.  I teach logic and problem solving at the university level, and I thought it would be interesting to see if I could take a hot political topic like global warming and apply basic problem-solving logic to it.

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