Behind the microphone

Josh3Thank you for visiting my site!

Get ready for a truly visceral experience. My politically incorrect brand of intellectual Conservativism is guaranteed to make you use the 90% of your brain that you normally don’t and humor you in the process! Now for a little bit about me…

I grew up in an upper middle class suburban New Jersey neighborhood about 23 miles south of New York City . I am the youngest of three children or as my mother still likes to call me, “the baby.” lol

The make up of my town was predominantly Jewish and Italian. I got along well with everybody however most of my closest friends were Italian. Forget about it!

Growing up in what I would call Liberalville I was taught at a young age that being a Democrat was the only other religion I was allowed to convert to. For those of you who don’t understand Jewish humor that was a joke.

Anyway, what I learned from my faith that I carry with me to this day is a sense of compassion, a love of family, and a respect and empathy for those less fortunate. I am very proud of my heritage and am 100% committed to my faith.

With that being said my beliefs line up more closely with Christian Conservatism than they do Liberal Judaism. Unlike many members of my tribe I do not consider Christianity a threat; I consider it a huge asset as Christians are the biggest supporters of Israel .

At 21 years old I packed up my car, emptied what little money I had saved from my bank account, and headed out west to “find myself.” What I found instead was a woman. I got married and had a son. Happily divorced now and raising my 7 year old with my ex-wife has been a real interesting experience. I always say the worst mistake of my life also gave me my life’s greatest blessing.

I landed in Arizona 17 years ago and never looked back. I immediately adapted well to not only the 300 days of sunshine per year, but more importantly to Arizona ’s Individualistic brand of Conservatism. I felt right at home.

I started out writing poetry at a very young age. I still write some here and there but now if I do write it is usually a political article. The events of 9-11 had a very profound effect on me as it did other Americans. That one fateful day for our country changedthe way I look at the world forever. This was the single event in my life that catapulted me into my career in politics.

The truth is it is not politics that I love, it is the game of politics that excites me. I love to outthink, outsmart,  and outfox the left at every turn. Nothing gives me more pride than exposing the left at their games. I love the chess match of politics. The strategic element of political warfare and educating un-informed voters to the dangers of the left.

Like a great offensive coordinator my job is to break down the left’s playbook and poke holes in their defense. Like a masterful chess player I have developed a knack for being able to read, react, and recognize the left’s next move and warn others on how to defeat it.

My show is raw, savage, and intellectually aggressive. I do not fit the mold of anyone but myself. I have a unique perspective on life and ultimately it shows up in the way I deliver my message.

Thank you once again for reading this and letting me share a piece of myself with you.

One thought on “Behind the microphone

  1. Hello Josh,
    We just became “friends” on the teaparty website. Just thought I would drop by and check you out. Let me tell you a bit about myself, now that I’ve read about you. I have been an artist since birth, but my career was in engineering. I never did “fit in” with the art crowd, to liberal and just strange for me. I am now retired and doing my art, studying Scripture (I am a Christian) and just enjoying life until Lord Yeshua returns to take His Bride, (the Church) which I believe, could be this year. At any rate, good to meet you and yes, I do support Israel. I am greatly grieved at how our President endorses and supports the enemies of Israel, while Israel embraces our crimminal President.

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