Guy Graybill, of Middleburg, (Snyder County) PA, is a graduate of
Gettysburg College, a retired teacher, former Republican county
commissioner and former GOP chairman in his county.
He and his wife, Nancy, are approaching their 60th wedding anniversary. They are the
parents of four children and a growing progeny.
He was listed in Who's Who in America in 2000 and 2001 ("For no reason that I would
know!). Since he retired, he has had five books published, including:
KEYSTONE (A state history), BRAVO! (the only book that declares that
the Italians did more for music than anyone else), PROHIBITION'S
PRINCE, the first of a two-volume biography of a millionaire
moonshiner/bootlegger and FROST! (2012), a book of 20 Russian folk
tales. Most of his works are available on Amazon.com, Kindle, etc.
He notes that one of his strongest concerns involves the increasing
incivility and dishonesty spewing from the liberal pundits.
The Globalist philosophy, especially favored, in the Silicon Valley high tech immigrant community and among trendy San Francisco Bay Area liberal civil servants is that nationalism is an archaic posture of the historical past and that globalism-a world without States, boundaries and national or religious identity are the future for this planet.
Why is the liberal left so afraid of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the potentiality of closer United States and Russian communication? Without question, Russia is the second greatest power upon the face of the earth.