I am a very proud Citizen of the United States. That took place in early 2008 after a seven year legal journey. As you can imagine, I have some views on immigration which you will find in these pages from time to time.
I was born in London, England and have been American in my attitudes for as long as I can remember. The Constitution should be regarded as a sacred document. Unfortunately as each year passes it seems to be less important. We have a President who told the American People BEFORE he was elected that the Constitution was a "flawed document". That would have been electoral suicide just a few short years ago. I remember when we were trying to help Iraq write it's constitution I said on the radio "we should give them ours! After all, we stopped using it years ago".
I started work as a journalist in 1976 when at the tender age of 16 I got a job on the Jerusalem Post. Recently I have been guest hosting talk radio around the country. Prior to that, you could have heard The Simon Conway Radio Experience.
I am a radio talk show host whose conservative outlook was forged in my native UK, where I experienced the considerable downsides of European-style socialism. I have a unique insight into health care and all the other trappings of a socialist society because I've already lived through where we are headed.
We all know that President Obama will be Time Magazine’s Person of the Year. It’s locked in! But yesterday, we got to see some of the other nominees…. And amongst them is Sandra Fluke. More on that in a moment.
Now of Course I was the person of the year in 2011 when the winner was “the Protester” and at least we who protested, accomplished SOMETHING.
Even though the President will be this year’s person, what has he actually done apart from getting re-elected? Did he fix the economy? Did he create jobs? Did he cut our debt? Did he contribute to a peaceful globe? Did he even manage to pick the winner of March Madness? Nope. Not a thing. And yet, he’s locked in.
So there is a case for Sandra Fluke. Let’s look at the facts.
And so clearly, she should be the Person of the Year. Vote now and vote often!