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  1. Embrey

    As a Southerner by heritage and blood and a Texan by birth, Dr. Steve, it took you being battered by a hurricane to realize what we have always known. You will never be a redneck but I understand your appreciation of their ways.
    Like you, I have had a great awakening to a pocket of people who had been foreign to me most of my life. There are a plethora of rednecks, although not Southern, all throughout the rural Midewst including, but not limited to, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, etc.
    I rest better now that I understand we are legion.

  2. JimmyJack, American

    “All artificial restraints of our civilization fell away…. Every man was his brother’s keeper. Everyone spoke to everyone else with a smile. The all-prevailing cheerfulness and helpfulness were encouraging signs of our progress in practicing the golden rule, and humanity’s struggle upward toward the example of our Savior.”
    Emma M. Burke 1906 San Francisco Earthquake Survivor.

    The vast majority of Americans work together when the chips are down.
    Pretty much always been that way.

    “Every man his brother’s keeper.”

    1. Embrey

      Thank God for that!

  3. del stead

    Adversity introduces a man to himself……well done down in deep South…….

  4. and where’s BLM in all this??? taking a knee and laughing all the way to the Soros bank.

  5. Petra

    God bless the grass roots of America…May we abort Washington. We never needed who they have become…. Let the goodness of America rise to be a mighty nation once again. Thank you for this report. Which speaks so positively of the common American… If those in power think giving sex change operations and standing for the American Flag are things to debate we have run into the pool of destruction… But, what really is happening to America is Americans from the Grass roots are growing again… God has blessed all those in harms way with each other…
    Thank you Hillary for waking it up… and Trump for watering these roots…….

  6. Raymond Howard Carlson

    To Dr. Steve Pieczenik M.D. Ph.D.:

    Over the current weekend (September 22, 2017 thru September 24, 2017), “Mississippi” (Afro-American dirty cop and heavily connected to said “WEED AND SEED” OPERATIONS) has been removing trash from the dumpster located at The Chevron Gas Station (3801 S. Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92704); and “Mississippi” is trying to use my finger-prints and D.N.A. to solidify the mentioned illegal “IDENTITY SWITCH”! Therefore, “Mississippi” (admitted to being connected to THE F.B.I., therefore, possible F.B.I. AGENT) is trying to put me into Federal prison over the use of my own Bank of America checking account (opened on January 11, 2006 for the “direct deposit” of my S.S.I. CHECK)!

  7. Raymond Howard Carlson

    To Dr. Steve Pieczenik M.D. Ph.D.:

    Today (September 26, 2017, at about 9:30 p.m.), while I was depositing money into my said Bank of America checking account (Bank of America “drive-up” A.T.M. located at Bank of America branch (3730 S. Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92704)), there was an Afro-American appearing as a posssible security guard walked-up to the adjacent Bank of America A.T.M. to deposit money; however, he (said Afro-American security guard) was actually there to be a “false witness” for the purpose of stating later to police (SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES connected to stated “WEED AND SEED” OPERATIONS): “He [ME] was NOT the one (individual) depositing cash.” This is an attempt to undermine my use of the said Bank of America checking account for the purpose of showing proof of location to SANTA ANA POLICE and other favorible Government; and this is also, as mentioned, an attempt to put me into Federal prison for using my own Bank of America checking account [Currently, because of the illegal modification of any and all of my OFFICIAL RECORDS, my current “fabricated identity” does not match my former BIRTH IDENTITY attached to my said Bank of America checking account!]!

  8. Betty Henry

    Thank you for your tribute to rednecks. Having grown up in West Virginia, I didn’t know anything else but neighbor helping neighbor, and we were proud to be called rednecks. To learn the history behind the original “rednecks” in this country one needs to research the Battle of Blair Mountain in Logan Country, West Virginia, where, in 1921,some 10,000 striking coal miners tied Red bandanas around their necks during the “Battle of Blair Mountain” which was the largest labor uprising in United States history and one of the largest, best-organized, and most well-armed uprisings since the American Civil War. These coal miners confronted 3,000 lawmen and strikebreakers, called the Logan Defenders,[who were backed by coal mine operators during an attempt by the miners to unionize the southwestern West Virginia coalfields. The battle ended after approximately one million rounds were fired, and the United States Army intervened by presidential order. The Battle of Blair Mountain, was, and still is, the most violent labor confrontation in history, These men were the original “rednecks.”

    1. love that, thanks for the history! Battle of Blair Mountain, will look it up and re-publish. TY!

      1. Embrey

        Make sure and read the history of redneck in Scotland.
        From Wikipedia: Redneck

        Historical Scottish Covenanter usage
        In Scotland in the 1640s, the Covenanters rejected rule by bishops, often signing manifestos using their own blood. Some wore red cloth around their neck to signify their position, and were called rednecks by the Scottish ruling class to denote that they were the rebels in what came to be known as The Bishop’s War that preceded the rise of Cromwell.[24][25] Eventually, the term began to mean simply “Presbyterian”, especially in communities along the Scottish border. Because of the large number of Scottish immigrants in the pre-revolutionary American South, some historians have suggested that this may be the origin of the term in the United States.[26]

        Dictionaries document the earliest American citation of the term’s use for Presbyterians in 1830, as “a name bestowed upon the Presbyterians of Fayetteville [North Carolina]”.[14][25]

  9. windyfrostt

    Steve,you are a Redneck and you’ve likely always been a Redneck.It’s merely a state of mind.You live where you live because it’s the kind of environment you were seeking.You live in a remote area just as your neighbors do.They wanted the same lifestyle as you.For those who do not understand this life, stay in the city and leave us alone.We moved here to get away from you and your attitude of what’s right and wrong.We have our own moral code and they think we’re stupid, backward, our opinions are “corny”.We say,GOOD.Leave us alone.Simple things make us happy.Simple people make us happy and we will help our neighbors as they help us.The world does not understand our attitude because they don’t know us.When someone asks where the best place is to live, you don’t dare tell them about your little slice of heaven because they’ll come there and bring others who will NEVER fit in, complaining the entire time until they finally leave.They totally upset your calm, you wish you had never told them where you live.After that, you tell them it’s horrible here, move to ? Yes, Steve, you’re a Redneck, and you like it that way.Ain’t it great?

    1. love it that way, thanks for the support!

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