Robert Rohlfing

Robert Rohlfing writes about Liberty and the Preservation of Freedoms.

Most Recent Articles by Robert Rohlfing:

The Long War Of The Left

Feb 5, 2017 — Robert Rohlfing

Have you asked yourself how we got to the point that the nation got so divided?

The long war strategy of the Left gives us the clues to unpack just how we have arrived to the point that the nation brinks on social unrest.

The Race To The Bottom

Aug 17, 2016 — Robert Rohlfing

It is a sad day in America when we see the race to the bottom occur in not only our society both in the public sector, and the private sector as well. We see how easy it is to succumb to the false narrative of Political Correctness and Political Expediency to destroy individual’s lives.

When we look around how our society has devolved into a state of fear as not to offend; while at the same time we see the witch hunt to target wrongly those that get accused falsely in the majority of cases. From law enforcement officers to truck drivers,  from bakers to clergy we see lives destroyed all in the race to the bottom as a society so as not to offend and to protect those that accuse.

The Engineered Collapse

Dec 9, 2012 — Robert Rohlfing

We can live in a state of denial, or we can acknowledge the fact that we have an engineered collapse of not only our economic system worldwide, as well here in the United States, but also the traditional social make up as well. The examples of this are almost too numerous to list, but the very fact that this is occurring is telling in how we as a nation founded on Judeo-Christian Values and Conservative fiscal policy have allowed ourselves to be manipulated into acceptance to allow this to happen.

Let’s Be Honest And Call The Modern Democrat Party The Socialist Party

Dec 4, 2012 — Robert Rohlfing

We need to start being honest and have the modern day Democrat Party relabeled and call it the Social Democrat Party. There is no shame in doing so and those that have supported the party because it has a “D” next to it need not feel shame in doing so either.

$80 Trillion In Unfunded Liabilities The True Noose Around Our Necks

Dec 1, 2012 — Robert Rohlfing

We hear all about the $16 Trillion dollars in debt that our country is in, but the much larger problem and the one that our politicians and citizens do not want to talk about honestly is the $80 Trillion Dollars in Unfunded Liabilities at the federal level.

The Bait and Switch that the Left would like for you to follow

Apr 25, 2012 — Robert Rohlfing

Let’s take a look at Representative Congresswomen Barbra Lee for example. In 1983, when the U.S. Invaded Grenada, one of their government documents the Americans seized detailed an unusual government meeting: “Barbara Lee is here presently and has brought with her a report on the international airport done by [Congressman] Ron Dellums. They have requested that we look at the document and suggest any changes we deem necessary.  They will be willing to make changes.”

“War On Women” A Fallacy That Has Deeper roots than What Many On The Left Want to Admit

Mar 18, 2012 — Robert Rohlfing

The recent buzz word floating around the Left is the “War On Women” , but let’s look back in history a bit. Was it the Democrats that have really stood for the rights of women over the years or is that just another one of those urban myths?

Action and Reaction; ‘Occupy Oakland’

Oct 27, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

First and Foremost:  It is a shame that the veteran at “Occupy” Oakland was injured!

Law of nature has this little caveat that people that are in support of this movement would like to overlook:  For every action there is a reaction. What keeps getting overlooked in all the reports of this event is that leading up to this incident was that rocks, bottles, and paint were hurled at the police.  This is not excusing the fact that this gentleman who served his country was injured in the end, it only proves the point that this so called “Peaceful”  protest is anything but peaceful in intention.

Reflections Of Character

Oct 23, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

As the dawn of a new day emerges we reflect on the sunsets of days left behind, did this journey that brought us to this place in time truly reflect our character? Have we done all in our power to strive to have the story be told that we lived up to our individual potential and that we lived up to a bar that was set long ago that each of us can be proud of?

Early Divide

Oct 3, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

“I am a Republican, a black, dyed in the wool Republican, and I never intend to belong to any other party than the party of freedom and progress”. ~ Frederick Douglass

In 1856 the Republicans ran a war hero and civil rights proponent from the Mexican War, John C. Fremont.  The Democrats ran James Buchanan who eventually won the election. This was at the beginning of the Republican party.

Some Of The Lost History In The Civil Rights Movement

Oct 1, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

Today we are hearing how Republicans and Conservatives are either the party of racists or that they are racists in general, but history proves a different story. This rhetoric is being pushed by those on the left and is being used as a tool to divide people. The real history is no longer taught to our children and so many adults have fallen prey to this rhetoric without actually doing the research to see if it is actually true.

The Consensus, Is It Always Right?

Jun 12, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

The verdict is in, we do not need further debate on the issue of so called man made Global Warming or Climate Change. After all a consensus of scientists and activists say that man is the root cause of any change in the weather, it is because man is evil and the use of fossil fuels that the earth is set is on a path of destruction.  From the recent storms in the Midwest and South, to the recent heat wave that the majority of the country is experiencing we have those that would like to equate shifts in weather patterns that once you look back in history you will notice that have occurred throughout time.

What Is The Plan Of The Democrats To Move Forward?

Jun 6, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

We have been seeing a lot of demagoguery , smear, and misinformation coming out of the Democrat party over budget proposals and budget cuts/reductions, but we have yet seen a definitive plan from the Democrats to how we will turn around this economy and reduce the overall debt burden.

Your Absence Is Revealing

Mar 21, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

Though it has been expected,  it is no less revealing that the silence from those on the left over our involvement in Libya and the double standard on issues that are raging in this country. While it may be true that a few on the left are now starting to voice their opposition to President Obama’s decision to use military force in Libya, we have yet to hear the same rhetoric that prevailed when President Bush decided to take action in Afghanistan and Iraq. President Bush was accused of entering into an illegal war even though he went to Congress to gain approval by vote to not only authorize force , but to fund the military involvement. President Obama on the other hand has done neither of these steps and yet the absence of the left addressing this is more proof of the double standard that we are exposed to in this country.

Is “This What Democracy Looks Like?”

Mar 18, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

Is “This What Democracy looks like?”  Is It Really Freedom Of Choice Or Freedom To Intimidate. Is forcing someone to do something that they may not want to do actually Democracy? Isn’t freedom of choice an inherent right in America?

We are hearing the Chants that, “This Is What Democracy Looks Like“.  Is going to someone’s home such as an elected official because you may disagree with a vote that elected official made really a founding principle in the Democratic form of society? Is forcing someone into a Union just to have an opportunity to make a living a real principle of freedom in a free society. I am not asking these questions to bash the Unions or its members, I am asking them because we are hearing that this is supposed to be what some would consider a version of Democracy and others may not.

Facing Harsh Realities

Mar 7, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

On March 23rd, 1775 speaking to the Second Continental Congress , Patrick Henry gave his now famous speech , “Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death!”  In the speech he wanted to emphasize to all those who were in attendance the importance of breaking away from Great Britain, and how it came down to living in slavery or fighting for the chance to live in freedom.

Don’t Jump To Conclusions Over A Senseless Act

Jan 9, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

With the tragedy that took place in Arizona of the shooting of Congresswomen Giffords we are starting to hear the call for a tamping down of political debate. That is the last thing that needs to occur and cannot be a premise to institute forced institutionalized censorship of events and issues that are widely disagreeable to the public.

Disregarding Facts Of History To Advance Divide

Jan 7, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

I would hate to consider that a sitting congressman might consider inciting racial division. Whatever the motives to Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr.‘s statement about the 3/5th clause, one has to question that if a sitting congressman is so uneducated to such an extent that we are truly in trouble with those we elect to office. The media on the left have been getting this issue wrong for some time now and it is imperative that the truth about this clause in the original version of the Constitution be understood.

Braving Historical Fact Over Emotional Chains

Jan 5, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

The great sucking sound that you are hearing is not only your hard earned money being sucked up at a rate that is unprecedented, but it is also historical truth and the dangers that are associated with how this may be more destructive in the overall picture. For many years now generations of children have not been taught the factual truth and we have witnessed the results of adults not being able to tell fiction from truth as a result.

Moving Forward Or Mired In The Past

Jan 3, 2011 — Robert Rohlfing

History is a very fickle thing, it is one of the only things that no matter how much you might want to rewrite it the facts in the vast body of work is set in stone. We can blame this and that, we can look at the many factors that goes into what got us to this point, and we can debate those things till our faces turn blue. What many fail to do when all they want to do is stay divided and blame this or that is not look at what will move us from this point forward.