Roderick T. Beaman

Show BioHide BioDr. Roderick T. Beaman is a board certified family osteopathic physician who practices in Jacksonville, Florida. He is a published poet, has composed a blues song and is trying to have his first novel published. It deals with the dangers of big government. He offers anyone who wishes to dignify the trash he writes with a comment, to do so. He is a regular columnist for Ether Zone. He can be reached at:[email protected]

29 posts

FDR & world war II: Why did he do it?

Published 4y ago -

When I was at Bayside High School in New York, we had a civics teacher named Julius Zeiger. He had a professorial manner of speaking similar to Daniel Schorr and was not well liked by the students. One day, we had a discussion on Pearl Harbor and World War II.... More »

Communist America Part 1 – Introduction

Published 8y ago -

History has shown that the greatest danger to most nations, movements and organizations has always been from within, rarely from without. Oh, there are often cases when the finishing touches are given by some outsiders, such as the sacking of Rome but the deca... More »

Looming constitutional crisis?: Let’s hope so

Published 12y ago -

The recent decision by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in al-Marri vs. Wright could set the stage for the most momentous constitutional crisis in history.  Yet, the media have ignored the implications. When Congress impeached Pres. William J. Clinton in 19... More »

Handicapping 2008: The democrats

Published 12y ago -

The upcoming 2008 election will be the most decisive in history.  It will be the final chance to reverse direction on the road to the destruction of this American republic. I have been saying for years that 2008 will be the last free national elections.  I did... More »

Burn the flag: Burn the fags?

Published 13y ago -

The proposed constitutional amendment to permit Congress to ban flag burning, and probably other desecratory acts, has been defeated in the Senate.  Hallelujah!  I’m not one who agrees with flag burning.  Along with religious symbols, flags, although just symb... More »