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America, Be Good or Be Gone A Work By Ron Edwards

America, Be Good or Be Gone
From the Edwards Notebook 
 
By:Ron Edwards
I find it rather funny how throughout history, those who sought their God- given right of liberty were often treated as though they were wicked.  Or sometimes those seeking liberty were deemed as trouble makers by others who wanted to dominate them. 

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Ron Edwards Joins InternetDeputy.com

Talk-Show Personality, Commentator, Conservative
Internet Deputy is Proud to  Present Ron Edwards

Ron Edwards, host of the award winning syndicated radio commentary “The Edwards Notebook” is a talented and gifted commentator with over three decades of experience.  He is a well versed journalist with a fiery delivery of humor, information and thought provoking conversation. The “Edwards Notebook”delivers a wealth of knowledge in an entertaining format.

Ron Edwards brings to the airwaves and speaker’s platform unapologetic truth sure to keep his listening audience tuned in every time.  He is well respected by friends and foe alike for his consistency of conviction and originality in commentary. Ron Edwards served for over twenty-years as a news anchor in several Midwest markets including Cleveland and Detroit. He has been a guest on television, radio, as keynote speaker and the writer of numerous articles throughout the United States.

The Edwards Notebook commentary is featured daily on AM News in Reno, Nevada on AM 1180 KCKQ

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Ron Edwards: Republicans and Hypocrisy

There Are Few Things More Irritating Than Blatant Hypocrisy
News Commentary

 

By:Ron Edwards 

Whenever I witness the horrific monster of hypocrisy rearing its ugly head within the government, academia, the dragon media or throughout the ranks of leftist street and college campus protesters and complainers, it brings back bad memories of days gone by.   In addition, I am reminded of the massive societal display of hypocrisy can be overcome.  But if not, America will eventually be reduced to a nation where most people simply exist, at best. 

I am sensitive to the nationwide practice of hypocrisy.  Because on a personal level I experienced the effects of having to put up with it almost daily.  My journey into the bowels of hypocrisy began at age twelve, soon after the death of my adoptive father.  He was a great man who loved God, America and our family.  By the grace of god, he taught me many good things concerning the reason I must strive to do what is right and how to

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