The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing -- Edmund Burke

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I was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee and grew up watching the turbulent decade of the 1960s.  The Vietnam era shaped me more than any other because I viewed the counterculture and its antics as so anti-American.  I remember voting in mock elementary and high school elections for Nixon, Nixon and Ford.  In 1980, I cast my first vote for President for Ronald Reagan and have voted Republican ever since.

I received my B.S. degree in Education (English and physical education majors) from Memphis State University in 1990 and am a High School teacher and wrestling coach in Memphis.  For years, I was a disc jockey, dabbling in radio and working in nightclubs.  I enjoy reading in my spare time, plus working out quite a bit.  After college football, I got back into one of the things I love: boxing.  I fought in the Golden Gloves, the AAU and even tried to get to the Olympics in 1988.  Though I didn't make it, I turned professional and finished in 1996 with a 13-3 record (11 Knockouts).  I still love the training and get to the gym three to five times a week.

 

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