United For America

by Nadra Enzi (aka Cap Bkack), Contributing Writer

While voices (and blood pressure) rise nationally over the Confederate battle flag, I thought I’d share the above image featuring myself and none other than my super-brother Justin Tyme, the Redneck Superman.

As usual, I provided the wording and general layout. He provided the graphic design “magic” and the above image is the result.

We both practice creative patriotism in the areas of helping others, patrolling the community, promoting police/community unity, supporting the troops and standing up for traditional values.

Americans can unite, regardless of pigment, when they share the same principles. Look at the above image again if you doubt me.

Let me take July 4th, 2015, to publically state that any country which can birth a super-brother like Justin Tyme is well worth blood, sweat and tears to support!

He’s always an inbox request away and fights the Good Fight daily for God and Country.

While some wonder if this country is still united, rest assured Cap Black the Hood Conservative and Justin Tyme, the Redneck Superman stand united for America – just like the publisher, contributors and readership of The Bold Pursuit!

Nadra Enzi aka Cap Black is a Free Security Activist who feels strangers are worth protecting for FREE! Creator, #Cap Black Is Here!blog:
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Bush VS Obama: The Cold, Hard Facts, Part 1

by Sean A. Langley, Guest Contributor

The ‘winner’ of this comparison may not shock you, but by how big of a ‘win’ probably will.

A lot of people have griped and complained about the presidential legacies of Bush vs Obama. Many compare the two Presidents as “worse” than the other one. The brutal truth is, neither did a superb job and both have committed questionable acts as President of this great nation of America. However, morality aside, I’ve decided just to end this debate once and for all, with factual statistics and legal proclamations. And no, none of this is from Democrat or Republican sites or pundits.

Whether I believe one or the other to be the better, I have purposely refrained from putting in any form of data or information from any site that has the slightest shred of preference for any political party or viewpoint. Meaning, in short, that if you refuse to accept this, you are pretty much refusing to accept the truth.

Better prepare yourself, I suspect that nobody is going to be happy in the end. This is lengthy and mostly educational. The end results will be down in the bottom and I’ve highlighted what I felt were the most key important parts. The rest is just proper defintion of terms and explanation and dates to show I actually did the research.

First Argument: A lot of people have justified Obama’s results with “Well, your first term as President, you’re dealing with the mistakes of the previous one.” FALSE. The first YEAR of the Presidents first Term you can make that excuse (sometimes). Largely for only the first 6 months. The reason being, is that Presidential Actions, bills signed into laws, government reform (on small scales) does NOT take four years to put into effect and certainly doesn’t take four years to see the effects, unless the specific start date of that bill is around four years in the future from the date it was signed. What this means, is that you cannot justify Obama or Bush’s failures with that argument.

First example, is this: President Obama committed 19 Presidential Actions and seven Signing Statements in his 1st YEAR of his 1st term. That’s 26 legal actions and laws put into effect that year alone. That’s a sizeable contribution. That’s not including bills he’s sponsored and co-sponsored (which the White House website refuses to show). That information can be found at the White House’s own website:

That data can also be found at an official presidential historic education website:


Bills like The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The ARRA of ‘09 passed the House of Representatives on January 28, 2009 by a vote of 244-188 and passed the Senate on February 10, 2009 by a vote of 61-37; the Conference Report reconciling the House bill and the Senate bill passed the House on February 13, 2009 by a vote of 246-183 and passed the Senate later that day by a vote of 60-38. The bill was signed into law by President Barack Obama on February 17, 2009.

That’s less than a month, not quite three weeks it took for it to pass into law. Now, not all bills go by that speedily, but that’s just ONE example of just how fast a President can get things going.

So when examining graphs and charts, bear that in mind. (I’ll post another reference it down in the next installment)

Next: Part 2, Military Actions