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For a complete bio (that's likely in need of updating), please go to http://www.RandyStufflebeam.com.  Randy has divided it up into seperate section of his life, such as personal, military, etc..
Randall C. Stufflebeam

One Word for the New Year

Words

 

A little over a year ago now (December, 2016), a friend of mine, David, called to tell me about a program that he heard on the radio.  He was listening to a show called “In The Market”, hosted by Janet Parshall that is broadcast on Moody Radio.  She was interviewing the author of the book, “My One Word” by Mike Ashcraft.  In it, he suggests that coming up with a list of New Year Resolutions is generally not very productive.  Instead, he suggests that selecting just one word to focus on for the year has far greater success, than the list of resolutions which rarely makes it beyond the first month of the year.

He told me that he had selected “Purpose” for his word.

Not sure how long it was after he told me his word that I came up with mine – Inspiration.  I want to be inspired and I want to inspire others.  Focusing on that word for this past year is one of the major reasons why I started up my broadcasting again and started with Constitution Party Talk Radio.

This past year I feel that I have had some success in focusing on that word.  I’m wondering if I had REALLY been more focused on it, I may have been more inspired and more inspirational.  Thus, the reason for the word that I have chosen for my word this year:

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TO SUPPORT OR NOT SUPPORT; THAT IS THE QUESTION

TO SUPPORT OR NOT SUPPORT; THAT IS THE QUESTION

What is your hot button issue?

The 2nd Amendment?Property rights?Sanctity of Life?Illegal immigration?

For me, it has always been the 1st Amendment. Growing up in the church, my freedom of religion and “the free exercise thereof” has always been my most important hot-button issue. Not only that, but my freedom of speech was also important, as I could never keep my mouth shut. ?

It is one of the significant reasons for the decision to join the military. Sure, there were other reasons as well, but the defense of religious freedom and the freedom of speech was always the most important. It was always my perspective during my 22 years of service, that I was fighting the foreign enemy to protect those rights.

A LITTLE HISTORY

I retired from the Marine Corps in May of 2003 and I wasn’t able to land a job right away. Consequently, I had a lot of free time on my hands, when I saw an advertisement in the local newspaper about running for office in the local area and to see the County Clerk for the necessary paper work to file. So, I said to myself, “What the heck? Might as well check it out.” This was somewhere around the September 2003 time frame. It only took me a short time to get all the signatures I needed to run for any office (State’s Attorney office excepted, since I did not qualify) in the county.

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The Fear Factor

The Fear Factor

(NOTE:  I original wrote this article in 2012, but the truth of the principles are still valid.)

 

When, oh when, will we have the courage to take a stand on principle and not cave in to fear?

How many of you have either heard or said, “I don’t particularly like Romney, but I’m going to hold my nose and vote for him to keep Obama from winning!”? Or heard or said, “Any one but Obama!” OR “Any one but Quinn!”; Or heard or said this one: “I believe in what you are doing, but wait until after the November elections to build the Constitution Party. We must unseat Obama!”??

Instead of the Republican or Democrat parties giving us candidates that we can “VOTE FOR,” they give us candidates we “MUST VOTE AGAINST!” For those of you from Illinois, remember the gubernatorial election of 2006. The Democrats gave us Rod Blagojevich (already known to be under investigation), and the Republicans gave us Judy Barr Topinka.

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Why Doesn’t the Con­sti­tu­tion Party Endorse (help elect) Ron Paul for President?

Why Doesn’t the Con­sti­tu­tion Party Endorse (help elect) Ron Paul for President?

Dr. Ron Paul is one of (if not sin­gu­larly) the most con­sti­tu­tion­ally cor­rect Con­gress­men elected to the United States House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives in recent years. He has cer­tainly been the one lead­ing the charge to “End the Fed,” and oppose uncon­sti­tu­tional leg­is­la­tion that has been com­ing out of Wash­ing­ton (earn­ing him the title of “Dr. NO).

Con­se­quently, it is being asked over and over again, “Why doesn’t the Con­sti­tu­tion Party do every­thing it can to get Con­gress­man Paul elected to the pres­i­dency?” No doubt, Ron Paul is the kind of man that every­one within the Con­sti­tu­tion Party could get behind (and has vir­tu­ally done so in the past).

How­ever, there are seven (7) spe­cific points as to why the Con­sti­tu­tion Party can­not help Dr. Ron Paul in his bid for the Presidency.

 

POINT ONE – It is impos­si­ble for the Con­sti­tu­tion Party to NOM­I­NATE Repub­li­can Can­di­date for Pres­i­dent, Ron Paul

There are sev­eral rea­sons why it is impos­si­ble for the Con­sti­tu­tion Party to help elect Ron Paul for President.

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Two Men that I Admire and Respect

Two Men that I Admire and Respect

(NOTE: This article has been slightly edited and was originally writ­ten pri­mar­ily to Con­sti­tu­tion Party mem­bers back in 2012.  It was the time that the Constituion Party had its own presidential candidate, and Ron Paul and Roy Moore ran for the President in the Republican Party, though Moore dropped out not long after announcing.) 

 

There are two men that I admire and respect:

Ron Paul  and  Roy Moore

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