John F. Kennedy assassination occurred November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. On this date kids and adults were glued to their television sets in shock as they mourned the death of the 35th president of the United States. As kids we should not dwell on the John F. Kennedy Assassination alone, we also need to learn more about who this man was. [Read more…]
Meet Jonathan Krohn. Reading his book Defining Conservatism and watching his videos has perhaps made him the best known Conservative kid – at least to me! In the words of Jonathan that I received at Twitter, “I’m not a Conservative. I’m a freethinker…” Freethinker or Conservative this is a kid that in my view certainly speaks for America and does it very well!
Born March 1, 1995 Jonathan has been interested in politics since the age of 9. Jonathan is a political writer, commentator and all around good guy.
At age 13 Jonathan wrote and published Defining Conservatism. Shortly thereafter he wowed CPAC – Conservative Political Action Conference with a 2-3 minute speech.
Jonathan has explained Conservatism on numerous radio and television shows, in print and as a favored speaker at a number of political gatherings.
Jonathan is a kid that youth of all ages and adults can learn a lot from.
A big OoRah for Jonathan.
Jonathan speaking at CPAC at age 13
Jonathan Krohn at age 14 on CBS Washington Unplugged
Jonathan Krohn at age 15 in Politico interview
Why is it that people just love using the First Amendment freedom of speech as an excuse to be rude? The “I have freedom of speech or the right of giving my expression” for an excuse to be rude is getting very annoying because people are constantly using it.
For an example when conservative Candidate for Congress Art Robinson came to Lowell, Oregon. There was this very obvious liberal who kept yelling out at the candidate, “Let him talk,” as Robinson was explaining something to another person. Another obvious liberal kept interrupting Robinson instead of allowing the candidate to finish his explanation.
First Amendment freedom of speech excuse is getting on my nerves as it continues to be mis-used as an excuse to be rude. It seems like a lot of Democrats and Republicans are too often saying “I have the right to talk or show my expression.” A person may think they have a right but when a speech such as the candidate was giving is on private property they don’t always have that right.
This First Amendment freedom of speech excuse is one of the very things that will drive me to start making comments back to people. These people think they can use the excuse but when you do in return they get mad. It seems like these people get mad even though you or I don’t always use the excuse. When it makes us mad we too eventually start to always use “I have the right to talk” or ” I have the right to show my expression!”