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Tom Weaver hails from Fort Worth Texas and hopes to someday return home from his current residence in Massachusetts. Tom graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1974. He was a Surface Warfare Officer qualified as a Chief Nuclear Engineer, serving on the USS Virginia CGN-38 and the USS Texas CGN-39 until resigning his commission. Tom has a MSME from MIT. He has always been an engineer, working on flight engine certifications for GE, a brief stint in robotics and finally a life-long focus on cleaning industrial wastewater using a positive barrier solution. Throughout his children’s youth, Tom was an active coach and Scout leader. Tom created the Minutecub Muster Program, an historical training class where over 7,000 Cub Scouts learned how to become minutemen. Tom has read over 400 textbooks on government, Natural Law, philosophy, and history. He spends time providing lectures on any topic of Americas founding.

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The Four Pillars of American Excellence
Tom Weaver 10/15/2021 9:02 AM

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How de we quell the disharmony, the chaos, the vindictiveness between those seeking to fundamentally transform this Nation and those wishing a return to the days of prosperity and freedom?

Was It A Miracle?
Tom Weaver 10/14/2021 9:02 AM


What can be said about this world, this Nation, this President or the people around him? Is there a message of hope, a message that frames the future, a message that lifts the souls of the electorate in what was once the greatest Nation in the history of mankind? Well is there?

Whistleblowers With Two WuFlu Bombshells
Tom Weaver 10/11/2021 9:03 AM


There are two classes of whistleblowers. The first case makes up stories, embellishes the details, quotes anonymous top-level sources and of course, there is the circle of mainstream media with headline reports and cocktail parties. The second class of whistleblower risks everything, including employment and personal safety, to present the details of something wrong, something illegal or something immoral.

Are We Following the Hippocratic Oath?
Tom Weaver 10/8/2021 9:02 AM

Hippocrates, Image: Wikipedia

As posted on the NIH website, here is the Hippocratic Oath, with italics for emphasis: “I swear by Apollo the physician, and Asclepius, and Hygieia and Panacea and all the gods and goddesses as my witnesses, that, according to my ability and judgement, I will keep this Oath and this contract...

Founding Principle – Never Rush Legislation
Tom Weaver 10/6/2021 9:02 AM

Roger Sherman by Ralph Earl, Image: Wikipedia

Chances are you have never heard of the Founding Principle – never rush legislation. Why not? The Founders did not write down all Founding Principles, some were understood as basic values not needing documentation. Rushing leads to mistakes; in fact, rushing at anything leads to mistakes. Take painting as an example. Rushing leads to sloppiness and endless cleanup. Rushing through a meal leads to stomachaches and choking. Chugging a beer takes away the friendly conversations. Rushing while driving leads to serious consequences. And as for sex, never, ever, rush sex!

Columbus Day or Indigenous American People Day??
Tom Weaver 10/4/2021 9:02 AM

Christopher Columbus, Image: Wikipediaa

Apparently to many, it is important that we destroy our history so that a new palette can be created, one painted with the history to suit the desires of a new ruling class. That is not history, it is a sleight of hand, a trick on future generations, it is a lie meant to destroy.

70K, Take Biden Away!!
Tom Weaver 10/1/2021 1:02 PM

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That was the headline from a rally in Boston over the September 26th weekend in which over 5000 peaceful protestors, without FBI supervision, descended on the State Capital building to protest the vaccination mandates. Did you hear about it on the news? Of course not, why should the news media cover the news. Do you recognize 70K?

What are Your Pronouns?
Tom Weaver 9/29/2021 6:01 AM

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like hardware stores, they are to men what jewelry stores are to woman, with some exceptions of course. I like taking language right to the edge, so close that one could be labelled, but that would never ruin my day. I have been told that it is mean. So what? Words are not sticks, they are words, they have meaning.

Founding Principles: Military Regulations
Tom Weaver 9/27/2021 11:01 AM

UCMJ: Army.Mil

I admire the Framers and Founders for many were not lawyers, they were simply well read. I find it interesting that to become a Supreme Court Justice there is no requirement to be a lawyer or a citizen of the United States. With that in mind, I have concluded that the law is to be understood by every citizen, the law must make sense and the law must represent the standards of righteousness held by most Americans.

Founding Principle: Fiscal Restraint Demands Limited Government
Tom Weaver 9/24/2021 9:03 AM

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The Framers believed in a limited federal government, knowing that the citizens could manage the State and Local governments. Makes sense, those centers of local power are within a day’s ride from the farm! A limited federal government means that most of the day-to-day decisions are managed at the lowest level possible, ensuring the most economical price for the services rendered.


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