Felicia Benamon


Felicia Benamon is a conservative columnist who writes from a political perspective, but occasionally deviates to write about other concerns facing her country. She comes from a military background and is currently a freelance reporter residing in Tennessee.

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“None of the Above”

May 12, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

The Democrat party is split. Democrat voters have said they wouldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton if she won the nomination, it’s the same if Barack Obama won the nomination. So….who does one look to? Still, the Democrat and Republican National Conventions are to come and Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama, and John McCain have to be officially declared the winner. The American people still have a choice.


Save the Earth? Yawn!

Apr 25, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

The earth is a powerful sphere. What makes man, a miniscule speck in God’s universe believe that through our actions, we have the ability drastically change the earth’s weather patterns or mess up the Earth’s structure?


Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Apr 4, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

On the 40th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s death, it’s important to stop and realize what must be done to make our country more and more what Dr. King would approve of.


Vaccinations and Drugs are being forced on the Public Part II

Apr 3, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

I’ve seen firsthand what child immunizations can do to an otherwise healthy infant. I’ve had to deal with doctors who’ve said (after this infant suffered a seizure a little under a week after getting his 2nd round of childhood vaccines) that the vaccine may have triggered the seizure, but the vaccine wasn’t the main reason.


Vaccinations and Drugs are being forced on the Public, Part I

Mar 31, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

Vaccinations and drugs the government says fight against disease are being forced on the public more and more these days.  These are vaccines that are not necessary and are having serious health effects on the public.


Put the Focus Back on Jesus

Mar 24, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

As we observe Easter, we must remember that is a time to reflect on our Savior, Jesus Christ’s suffering on the cross for us and His triumphant rise from the grave 3 days later. It is in that move that God gets the glory and mankind reaps happiness and salvation.


We Know What’s Best For You

Mar 11, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

The politicians and candidates running for president of the United States are running not to serve the American public, but to dictate to American citizens what they will do, what the country must do as a whole. Be they Democrats or Republicans, their attitude is, “We know what’s best for you.”


Obama Selling False Hope and False Dreams

Feb 22, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

It used to be that the average American voter had a pretty good head on their shoulders. Not so much anymore. 


A Once Prosperous Nation

Feb 14, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

America was once prosperous in every conceivable way. Now, not only are we on the fast track to a serious financial downfall, but our morals have slid as well. 


Conservatives, Don’t Hold Your Nose at the Polls!

Feb 8, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

Don’t hold your nose! Go away from the polling booth with a clear conscience as to whom you stand for!


Corrupt Politicians are Dismantling the United States

Feb 5, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

Many of our current politicians in office are focused on dismantling the United States.  One by one, they whittle away bits of our strong nation until we are left to wonder what happened.


It’s Time to Think for YOURSELF

Jan 28, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

How many people can honestly say they think for themselves?  When viewing the various areas of the lives of many Americans, it would seem to indicate that many people do not.


No Land for Peace, Mr. President

Jan 13, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

President Bush is making a move very similar to that of President Clinton…


America is missing out on a great man

Jan 8, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

America is missing out on Alan Keyes.  Many conservatives have told me they didn’t even know Keyes was running for President…he is. Keyes has announced his candidacy in September 2007.


Alan Keyes: The Right Man for Our Times

Jan 3, 2008 — Felicia Benamon

As a Christian conservative, I have made the conscious decision to support Alan Keyes for president.  Mr. Keyes closely mirrors what I’d like to see in our next president.  I do hold in high esteem a candidate who will acknowledge, and has ALWAYS acknowledged, Almighty God as our nation’s up-lifter and helper.


Vote Jesus Christ in 2008

Dec 31, 2007 — Felicia Benamon

Jesus Christ in 2008!


Don’t Let Disease Claim Your Life!

Dec 18, 2007 — Felicia Benamon

I am prompted to write this article based on what just happened. I’ve been watching TV lately and have seen how many Americans have been diagnosed with many diseases and are dying of various cancers. I began taking notes in anticipation of doing another article to tell people about the benefits of doing a cleanse. 


Release the Stress this Christmas

Dec 14, 2007 — Felicia Benamon

Christmastime evokes thoughts and memories of caroling, laughing with family, and reflecting on the true meaning of Christmas. The birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ.  What precious way to spend the holiday season than to listen to the many carols exalting and extolling our Lord and Savior?


The Blue Angels: A Symbol of U.S. Navy Pride

Oct 8, 2007 — Felicia Benamon

The U.S. Navy’s flight exhibition squadron, the Blue Angels, is a rare treat to behold. They are a fine example of the precision, discipline, and sheer guts exhibited by our military.


Listen To The Voices Of Those Who Defend Us

Oct 1, 2007 — Felicia Benamon

Do we have the fortitude to stand behind our troops? And the fortitude to stand strong for them?  The problem lies with our politicians in Washington who use the war in Iraq as a political football instead of realizing lives are at stake. The public then loses hope that the Iraq war is a winnable situation.