The imaybewrongbutidontthinkso’s Podcast
Lion Chasing with Lion Poindexter

Lion Chasing with Lion Poindexter

January 22, 2020

Join me as I chop the issues into little pieces with my friend and fellow Lion Chaser Lonnie Poindexter. He is on the front-line in the Swamp and has a unique perspective of what its like living among the Swamp creatures.

Then versus Now Have We Failed

Then versus Now Have We Failed

January 15, 2020

Listen as Alphonso compares the difference in just a few generation in American. Crime, education, politics and religion, have we failed?

Dr Carol Swain with Be The People

Dr Carol Swain with Be The People

January 8, 2020

Dr. Carol Swain is the host of the podcast “Be the People” and an author or credited editor of nine books, one of which (“Black Faces: Black Interests”) has won three national awards. Another of her books, The New White Nationalism in America, was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. She is a former university professor of political science and law at Princeton and Vanderbilt Universities, and a nationally known political commentator who has appeared on Fox News, ABC Headline News, CNN, BBC Radio and NPR, among other outlets. Dr. Swain was a Nashville mayoral candidate in 2018 and 2019. Her opinion pieces have been published in the likes of The New York Times, USA Today, CNN Online, the Epoch Times, the Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal.

Is LGBTQ the New Black

Is LGBTQ the New Black

December 18, 2019

President Obama was the first Gay Marriage President. Whether you agree or not, he pushed the issue to the highest court and won. What has this down to the Black voter, who has overwhelming voted for the Party which put Obama in the White House?

Slavery and The Politics of Reparations

Slavery and The Politics of Reparations

December 11, 2019

Join me with Historian, US Constitution expert and American Patriot Hal Rounds as we discuss the politics of Reparations.

The Black Cowboy with Historian Thurman Mullins

The Black Cowboy with Historian Thurman Mullins

December 4, 2019
Join me as I have a discussion with Cowboy expert Thurman Mullins about the facts, fiction of the Black Cowboy. He has been the Ranch manager for Country Legend Charlie Daniels for 40 years. He's also a Vietnam Veteran and a former Tennessee Park Ranger. Thurman is a student of the great American Western culture.
 
Date of birth: July 17, 1948
Place: Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee
Rodeoed around Military from 1965 to 1974/Bull Riding, bareback broncs, clowning
B.S. Animal Sciences. MTSU 1972
Vietnam 69-70:
FMF Corpsman, 3rd Marine Division
1st Recon Bn., 1st Marine Division
Tennessee State Parks
Ranger at Cedars of Lebanon State Park
Assistant to Chief Ranger/Horse Mounted Ranger in Charge
1st Superintendent of Long Hunter State Park
Left State Parks in 1979 to work on ‪Charlie Daniels‬ Twin Pines Ranch
Raised horses, cattle, produced roping clinics, roping events and rodeos.
President of the North American Corriente Association for two terms
Recruited to open the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park (started in 1995) and continued to work the ranch as well.
Full time Ranch Manager since 2016.
I have had articles published in Western Horseman, Cowboy Magazine and similar publications.
 
 
Let Us Give Thanks Everday

Let Us Give Thanks Everday

November 27, 2019

In every thing give thanks, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. 1 Thessalonians 5:18

Fallback Productions Lucretia Hughes

Fallback Productions Lucretia Hughes

November 20, 2019
Lucretia Hughes received her Associate's Degree in Business Management and Administration from ITT Technical College, and she currently works as a financial professional at National Financial Services Group. She is a strong advocate for religious freedom, stopping refugee resettlement in Georgia, and unnecessary tax hikes and state fees. Her professional interests focus on improving the quality of life for Barrow County residents.
 
In addition, she serves as President for The Lanier Tea Party Patriots and is a member of Barrow County Republican party. She also served as former Assistant Secretary for the Barrow County GOP. Lucretia has been honored by Speak Up Georgia for her contributions to the uplifting and advancement of the Conservative Movement, and she was also named to the Who's Who Georgia Conservatives.
 
After a number of tough years, Lucretia pulled herself out of the depths of despair and was given a new lease on life. She uses this unique perspective for the betterment of her fellow Americans and her country which she loves. She had 4 children by 20 and 7 grandchildren by 44, and she never gave up. She comes from a military family and works as an independent insurance broker in addition to her work with Fallback Productions. Today, she wants to make sure she does right following the blessings she has received by paying it forward and leaving a legacy for her grandchildren.
Hal Rounds speaks: What you don’t know may cost your Freedom

Hal Rounds speaks: What you don’t know may cost your Freedom

November 13, 2019

Hal Rounds is a Fayette County resident. Hal was born in California, where he grew up, earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics at the University of California in Santa Barbara. He served in the U.S. Air Force, and earned a Bronze Star during his year in Vietnam. He came to Tennessee over 40 years ago, making his career of 25 years at FedEx, sharing that career with his wife, Micki. While at FedEx, he earned his degree in law at the University of Memphis and litigated issues in family law and motorist’s rights, working with the National Motorists Association. He was admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States in 2008, and has since retired. Pursuing his deep interest in history, and commitment to the Constitution, he has written extensively in journals from Aviation Week to the San Francisco Chronicle, and is published regularly in the Fayette Falcon for the past 4 years. He also has been active in conservative Republican politics in Tennessee, testifying in and working with members of the Assembly on issues from textbooks, to abuses of asset forfeiture, to making speed limits conform to federal regulations. Mr. Rounds has stood out as the Fayette County citizen who has regularly shared our Declaration of Independence with citizens in our 4th of July Courthouse observance. He has developed the “Constitution Refresher,” a seminar to reacquaint citizens with the Constitution of the United States, which he has presented to dozens of civic groups across the country, including the Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara. He is the author of “American History as a Political Tool,” a criticism of American history curricula in current schools. (Available on Amazon.) He is a life member of the NRA. He is also a member of the Tennessee Textbook Advocates, Sons of Confederate Veterans, the National Motorists Association, Tennessee Alliance of Conservative and Liberty Groups, Mensa, and formerly in the Marine Corps League. He served on the Tennessee Textbook Advisory Panel, in the Tennessee Department of Education.

Free Falling without a Parachute

Free Falling without a Parachute

November 6, 2019

Strap in and hang on, it's FREE FALLING and Alphonso has no Parachute.