Only President Trump Can Save Free Speech

August 2, 2018

Dear Mr. President,

The future of free speech in America may now rest entirely upon you. You may either do nothing and let it erode or you can use your platform to tell the country that you will not stand for its demise and if you cannot persuade or arrest the perpetrators at Apple, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and other companies who have conspired, then tell the American people that it is their duty to stop using the conspirators’ products until they apologize to the American people and mend their ways to conform with the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights.

As Americans, we defend the right of our citizens to do, think and say whatever they may as long as it doesn’t intrude upon the rights of others.

Mr. President, if you do not take immediate and swift action, freedom and liberty may someday trace their death to your inaction. Without them, America’s future will be dark, ugly and oppressive.

Please act immediately.

–Robert Stevens

Trump Seeks to Restore the Bonds of Trust Between Citizens and Their Government

I read the full transcript of Trump’s State of the Union 2018 speech and extracted a few quotes that impressed me:

Americans love their country. And they deserve a Government that shows them the same love and loyalty in return.

For the last year we have sought to restore the bonds of trust between our citizens and their Government.

All Americans deserve accountability and respect — and that is what we are giving them. So tonight, I call on the Congress to empower every Cabinet Secretary with the authority to reward good workers — and to remove Federal employees who undermine the public trust or fail the American people.

America is a nation of builders. We built the Empire State Building in just 1 year — is it not a disgrace that it can now take 10 years just to get a permit approved for a simple road?

Threatening vs Praying For the President

by Robert John Stevens, November 2, 2017

All Americans, regardless of their politics or opinions, should be very uncomfortable when people threaten the life of the President of the United States or use their celebrity position to say or do something similar.

While threats may give perpetrators a moment of media fame, they plant ideas into the heads of those who are mentally unstable. For example, we know that if a teenager commits suicide, more teenagers will entertain the idea.

Because of the First Amendment, the government cannot tell people what not to think or say, so what can be done?

If the mainstream and alternative medias practiced restraint and did not showcase the misdeeds of such people, then fewer ideas would be propagated.

If the media ignored such events then whether acts are committed by individuals acting alone, funded by criminal organizations or orchestrated by the deep state, influence would be greatly diminished.

At the very least Americans should know that the government takes all threats with the greatest concern and those who threaten will be questioned and investigated.

In contrast, Mormons pray for the President in temples many times a day. I’d like to see the Executive Branch highlight Americans who pray for the President, and urge the media to practice restraint as President Kennedy did1 so good is propagated and the President is persuaded to introduce peace on earth.


1 Listen to John F. Kennedy’s famous speech below: