Randy is a free spirit but loves to see people succeed. He is analytical, passionate about making an impact, and loves to learn. He has dedicated his career life to making customers happy by going beyond their expectations and for 30 years has been influential in creating the two-minute relationship in regular retail, the wireless industry, and the optical industry.

Randy has created teams of people who have never been in sales or specialty retail and built leaders in both areas. Randy makes a family mentality within his organization, where those with opportunity receive a hand up to gain the…


To have grit means you have the courage and show the strength of your character. … A person with true grit has passion and perseverance. Goals are set and followed through to a brighter future. A person who works hard to follow through on commitments has true grit.

When will life return to “normal”? It’s what parents with kids stuck at home, people out of work, and Americans across the country want to know. What will it mean to live in a post-coronavirus world? “If ‘back to normal’ means acting like there never was a coronavirus problem, I don’t think…


“American life and its citizenry have seen many ups and downs, and sometimes, they must stand up to save the Constitution and the Freedoms it affords. That time has come. The call has gone out. Where do you stand?” Randy Deabay 07/26/2020

A government not willing to protect its citizens from a Pandemic, and that attacks peaceful protestors with militant federal officers. Add this with a President who laughs at people while they are down are more than a reason to pull yourself up from the bootstraps and protect America before it is too late. …


America Failing it’s Citizens

Hidalgo County Judge Richard Cortez and his fight to help save the people he serves. Hospitals in Hidalgo look like war zones; docs, nurses & techs are tired; need more space & beds, but who will staff them? Morgues & funeral homes are full, they’ve resorted to refrigerated trucks to store the dead — supplies of oxygen & PPE low. Ambulances wait for up to 10 hours. And all the County Judge is asking for is the ability to require people to stay at home so that he can stop the spread of this virus. Abbott…


Implantation may become a requirement, and not a volunteer

ABC News has reported that in March, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb signed legislation that prohibits companies from forcing workers to implant microchips. That state joins California, Maryland, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Utah with similar legislation. There are no known cases of businesses requiring employees to be ‘microchipped.’ What does this mean for citizens and the workforces in other states?

The chips can are used to unlock doors, start cars, eliminate the need for work passcards, and offer options to pay for things. They could also be used to hold medical information and could be very helpful in emergencies…


The Nazis shielded the police from public criticism by censoring the press. They ended street fighting by eliminating the Communist threat. Police manpower was even extended by the incorporation of Nazi paramilitary organizations as auxiliary policemen. The Nazis centralized and fully funded the police to better combat criminal gangs and promote state security. The Nazi state increased staff and training, and modernized police equipment. The Nazis offered the police the broadest latitude in arrests, incarceration, and the treatment of prisoners. …


Corruption raises its evil head in many forms, from basic gossip to a clandestine political attack. It is up to an individual to see reality for what it is and work to make needed changes. Randy Deabay 2020

IT began on a historically hot June day on June 16th, 2015. Donald J. Trump formally announced his candidacy on June 16, 2015, with a campaign rally and speech at Trump Tower in New York City. This began the deterioration of the American fabric, all done from creating division, racism, bigotry, and hate speech. Creation of their own making, the GOP brought…


We can find solstice in the evening sky, but only when we care enough to look. We protect ourselves beyond imagination, let us forward our love to one another and love enough to care what pain and sorrow that is bestowed upon other’s hearts and souls. Randy D, 2020

People have a great opportunity to show compassion, caring, and love of their neighbors during this pandemic, but they refuse to. …


LIFE, MADE UP OF DREAMS, AND QUESTS.

When we are young, we dream of big things, and big conquers, but as we age, we find that those once lucid dreams become smaller and smaller. Why? Why do we give up on our pure desire to create a world that we only can imagine? We dream of love, a good job, security, and peaceful existence, do we dream of the obscure, or reality hopefuls?

When we are young, we hope for friends, their color, their beliefs, their race is not a concern, but their friendship is more powerful than any words could ever describe. We dream, we play…


In times of our lives, we look for leadership that will calm the people, bring goodness and unity to light. When that does not happen, we become frustrated and demoralized as a people. Randy Deabay 2020.

Some thoughts to ponder as America and the world go through this scary Pandemic. Do you believe the citizens are happier today after Castro brought communism to Cuba? Do the citizens of China find that they are free people while being run over by tanks or locked into lifelong jails? …

The American Independent/Randy D.

Writer/Author/Independent/Life Coach: Dreamer and Believer in what can be. Hoping for a better tomorrow.

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