Sunday, March 1, 2015

BORN IN THE U.S.A But...

Ted Cruz was born in Canada. He claims he is still eligible to be President of the United States because his parents were American citizens at the time of his birth. They were in Canada because his father was working there.

Here is the real shocker: Carl Perrin may not be a natural-born American. It was recently learned that at the time that Perrin was born in the United States, his parents were still Canadian citizens. If Cruz is an American because of his parents' citizenship, then maybe...?

If Perrin runs for the presidency of the U.S. again, surely some of his opponents are going to bring up the question of his nationality. As one of his detractors said, "If he wants to run for office, let him run for Prime Minister of Canada."

Sunday, February 22, 2015




CAN WE TRUST ANY OF THE PEOPLE?
Hilary Clinton “remembers” coming under fire as she climbed out of a helicopter in Bosnia. Brian Williams “remembers” being in a helicopter that was fired on in Afghanistan. Bill O’Reilly recently claimed that he had covered the Falkland War in a combat zone. A colleague said that, rather than a “combat zone,” it was an “expense account zone.”
A lot of people didn’t trust Hilary or anyone connected with the lame stream media, but a new revelation comes as a huge shock. It turns out that Carl Perrin, beloved publisher of Leisure Times, has his own story that doesn’t quite add up.
Perrin, as you may know, was in the army during the Korean War. From time to time he tells about crawling through the mud while machine guns fired overhead. According to his story, he crawled over logs and under barbed wire while explosions erupted all around him.

It all sounds scary, but recently we learned that although he was in the army during the Korean War, he never came within thousands of miles of Korea. Perrin insisted that the story was true. “I never said it was in combat,” he protested. “It was the obstacle course in basic training.”

Thursday, February 19, 2015



The Republican National Committee attacked the Advanced Placement U S History test, stating that it “deliberately distorts and/or edits out important historical events.”

Oklahoma legislator Dan Fisher introduced a bill to stop funding for the AP U S History courses in Oklahoma schools.  Fisher claimed that the course emphasized “what was bad about America” and completely ignored the country’s “exceptionalism.”

 Fisher is part of a group called the “Black Robe Regiment” which argues “the church and God himself has been under assault, marginalized, and diminished by the progressives and secularists.” The group attacks the “false wall of separation of church and state.” The Black Robe Regiment claims that a “growing tide of special interest groups indoctrinate our youth at the exclusion of the Christian perspective.

Conservative school board members in Colorado want to make the Advanced Placement U.S. History course “more patriotic.” The board believes that Colorado “students should only be taught lessons depicting American heritage in a positive light, and effectively ban any material that could lead to dissent.”

In South Carolina conservatives asked the College Board to exclude any material with an “ideological bias,” including evolution. 

A spokesman for the RNC said, “We don’t want student to get too many facts or start thinking for themselves too much. Once they go to college and get “educated” by those pointy-headed liberal professors, they start voting for liberals.


Tuesday, February 17, 2015






NONE OF YOUR BEESWAX

That seems to be the attitude of politicians running for office. “Vote for me, but don’t ask me what I think.”

Democrats Michelle Nunn running for the U S Senate in Georgia and Alison Lundgren Grimes running for the Senate in Kentucky both declined to say whether they had voted for Obama, the Democratic president. Were they ashamed of having voted for the head of their own party in a presidential election?

Two Republican governors, both possible candidates for the White House in 2016, declined to say whether they believe in evolution. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal declined to answer, saying, "The reality is I'm not an evolutionary biologist.”

When Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was asked if he believed in evolution, he answered, “For me, I am going to punt on that one as well. That's a question politicians shouldn't be involved in one way or another. I am going to leave that up to you. I'm here to talk about trade, not to pontificate about evolution."
Both governors want to appeal to those who don’t believe in science.  Walker dealt another blow to education in his proposed budget for the state, which calls for a 13 percent cut in state aid across the university system, for a total decrease of $300 million over the next two years.
Anyway many conservatives believe that state universities have become elite bastions of liberal academics that do not prepare students for work and are a burden on taxpayers.

Unlike these craven professional politicians, possible candidate Dr. Carl Perrin, admits freely that he voted for Obama twice, and he believes in evolution. His stand on beer remains constant: He wants to be sure that Americans will always be able to afford a six-pack of cheap beer.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

BABYLON IS FALLEN has been published through Create Space.

It is available at Amazon.com

as a kindle book

or

a paperback book

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

WILL PERRIN RUN AGAIN?




As new Republican candidates crawl out of the woodwork every day, the Democrats are solidly behind Hilary. Sure, some people want Elizabeth Warren, but Elizabeth says, no. Joe Biden says he is considering a run, but no one is saying, “Run, Joe, run!”

The scarcity of the Democratic field makes political insiders think about Carl Perrin. Although he sat out the 2012 election, he was a strong candidate in 2008. “We just didn’t have the campaign financing,” Perrin said. “While other candidates were collecting big bucks from millionaires, my campaign was financed mostly from people in Maine cashing in returnable cans and bottles. Even so, we lost in Maine.”

We asked the former English professor if he is considering another run for the White House. “I haven’t formed an exploratory committee or anything like that, but I have been talking to a few folks.”


Friday, January 23, 2015



Babylon is fallen

    Hank Snyder feels ill. He walks toward the restroom but collapses before he gets there. Two days later he is dead. Doctors do not know what caused his death. Suddenly throughout Hamilton, NH, people are dying from the mysterious illness.
Essential services break down. Stores are looted and schools are closed. Police and fire protection cease to exist. Local units of the National Guard, under the leadership of Alan Ramsey, step in to restore order.
    Ramsey is a dictator. He maintains control through harsh punishment of anyone who opposes him. A family that hoarded food is thrown in jail and not given anything to eat. When the editor of the local paper writes an editorial opposing Ramsey, he is thrown in jail and beaten.

    Jordan Collins and Eleanor Kaufman flee Hamilton. Just outside of town they come across a group that is preparing to attack Hamilton and wrest control from Alan Ramsey. Can they do it before more people die?

Carl Perrin's new book, Babylon is Fallen will be out soon as a kindle and as a paperback book. 

For more details and information, go to carlperrin.net