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Paul W. Swansen Getting Acquainted.

I will NOT lie down. I will NOT go quietly. I will NOT submit. I will NOT roll over. I will NOT comply. I will NOT sit down. I will NOT shut up!

Journalist, Manager and Writer Paul W. Swansen currently writes at Swansen Report. A former, Radio DJ, and Program Director, Television Program Director, Public Affairs Officer, Speech Writer, Award Winning Radio Spot writer.

Journalist Education and Background.
Funny, irreverent, cynical, optimistic, dreamer and Taurus with a stubborn streak and a fondness for Jerry Garcia Ties, Paul thrives on working hard with smart people. Attending Taylor University, and then gaining an education in Public Affairs, Visual Information, and Broadcasting, Paul graduated from DINFOS at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana. Paul spent nine years as a Navy Journalist, having covered the first Gulf War as the Public Affairs Officer for the Atlantic Fleet Seabees. Paul is a former, Radio DJ, and Program Director, Television Program Director, Public Affairs Officer, Speech Writer, and Award Winning Radio Spot writer.   Now in Bayfield, Wisconsin Paul resides with his wife and a cat.

I'm a Christian- American, a homemaker, and a crafter. I have years of experience on forums and social media. I'm private about my personal life, but I post various things in addition to current events and politics, I like to post recipes, music, funnies, etc.  I'm friendly and post daily Bible Verses. I'm a big time defender of family, friends, and people I support, so don't test me. LOL

I was on twitter for a few years, I ended up being shadow banned and twitter was removing many of my followers, I ultimately left. I was on Gab from almost the beginning, and for 6 months it was great, then trouble came and lots of it. If you are a Christian, you started being spammed with tranny porn, people were being doxxed,  attacked into silence, and it became a haven for nazi's  to trash everything. Nothing was ever done about any of this. I left several months ago and decided to return to twitter, and it's a breath of fresh air in comparison. I used my name before, but after Gab, not anymore. Don't let this be like Gab.