Joan R. Neubauer


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Joan R. Neubauer, is an author, public speaker, and works as the Public Liaison Officer for the Davis Mountains Trans-Pecos Heritage Associationin Alpine, Texas.

Most Recent Articles by Joan R. Neubauer :

GOP needs to find its courage

Nov 13, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

Heaven help us. Barack Obama will occupy the Oval office for another four years. Although he only won the election by a mere 2 million votes, he will take it as a mandate from the American people to push forward with his socialist agenda in a much more aggressive fashion.


America can still come back

Nov 8, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

Okay, I have to admit I was bummed out yesterday. Barack Obama has won another four years in the White House, which means we’ll have four more years of the same arrogance, elitism, and incompetence as we had during the last four years. The man is all out of ideas. The rhetoric he spewed during the 2012 campaign was almost identical to his 2008 campaign, so we have no reason to believe he’ll behave any differently.


Ghosties and ghoulies and a real life scarathon

Oct 31, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

Happy Halloween! Don’t let the ghosties and ghoulies scare you, but rather the very scary possibility that Barack Obama may be re-elected. If voters grant him another term as president, you can bet that he’ll push forward with his socialist agenda, particularly if he has at least one house in Congress at his beck and call.


Other reasons not to vote for Obama

Oct 30, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

As if you needed more reasons NOT to vote for Barack Obama, I’ve got more for you. With less than a week to go before election day, if you haven’t already voted, consider that four more years of Obama will drag us into the bowels of socialism so deeply, that he will have well paved the way to full-fledged communism.


Obamie Zombies

Oct 29, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

Zombies do no confine themselves to Halloween. Then tend to show up in great numbers during election season and their numbers grow or shrink in direct proportion to the amount of desperation on the part of any particular candidate. I present to you a case in point: the re-election campaign of Barack Obama. Obama is running scared.


This presidential election is a referendum on life

Oct 26, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. —The Declaration of Independence


A greatly diminished messiah

Oct 8, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

During the 2008 campaign, the media and his supporters presented Barack Obama as the new Messiah, the superman who would solve all our problems to create a heaven on earth.


Romney wins the first round: The emperor has no clothes:

Oct 4, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

Okay, so last night the first of three presidential debates took place, and the overwhelming consensus of opinion is that Mitt Romney took Barack Obama to the cleaners.


All hail the great and powerful Ozbama!

Sep 21, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

I don’t care what they say or how many documents they produce, Barack Obama is not an American. I’ve said it more than once, and yesterday, after seeing Obama’s new flag, I gritted my teeth and stifled the impulse to scream at the level of disrespect it showed.


Obama maintains a dangerous silence while the mid-east burns

Sep 18, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

While the Middle East burns and Americans are murdered, Barack Obama says nothing. He’s too busy campaigning and fundraising. By September 12, the day after demonstrators began their attacks against our embassies and brutally murdered four Americans, Obama was in Las Vegas for a fundraiser.


Jay Carney: Just doing his job

Sep 15, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

I wonder how White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, or anyone in the Obama administration manages to sleep at night or look themselves in the mirror.


A presidency falling apart

Sep 14, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

Yesterday, Barack Obama once again rejected Israeli Prime Ministers Benjamin Netanyahu’s request for a meeting because of a scheduling conflict while in New York. In almost the same breath, he announced he’d appear on the David Letterman Show. Of course we all know the president is a very busy man, and he does have his priorities.


Don’t eat the apple: A story for our times

Sep 6, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

Eve stood in the shade of the apple tree and enjoyed the cool breeze as it played against her skin. She ran her finger along the plump red fruit. Her mouth watered at the thought of its promised juiciness. Everything in the garden pleased her. This should too, but she also knew of the prohibition of eating anything from this tree.


Divide and Conquer

Sep 4, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

From the “Hope and Change” rhetoric of 2008, Barack Obama has modified his theme to “Divide and Conquer,” but he hasn’t put it on a bumper sticker. In fact, he hasn’t mentioned it once. I guess he’s hoping the rest of us won’t notice. But for the past four years, this president has either blamed his predecessor, President George W. Bush, for his woes, or practiced class warfare par excellence. He has pitted different segments of society against others, as he cleverly demonized one side in an effort to gain support from the other.


Second Amendment Safe—For Now

Jul 30, 2012 — Joan R. Neubauer

A well regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed.—2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.