Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Hello to everyone. I wonder how many Americans are suffering through the elements of this cold snap we are experiencing and then I wonder how many members of Congress and the U.S. Senate are staying toasty warm in their plush residences, caring less about those less fortunate.

It's time to wake up to the reality that we need change in Washington, change  that will enable us to once again be a country of the people, by the people and for the people. We need to vote most of our leaders out of office and replace them with those who care about America and its citizens.

Please help me help the poor, oppressed and homeless in America by making your voice heard. Post your comments to my blog and together let us make Washington and its phonies know that we're not going to take it anymore.

As always, thank you all and please share your thoughts with me.

Ron Gauthier
"Advocate for the poor, oppressed and homeless in America!"

Sunday, December 29, 2013

Hello once again to everyone. It's been a while since I posted on my blog, time has not been my ally over these past several months, however, I plan on posting regularly once again and hope that you all join me in helping those less fortunate have a better life.

I look forward to your comments and participation and wish all of you a very happy and prosperous New Year.

Thank you all.

Ron Gauthier
Advocate for the poor, oppressed and homeless in America.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

I'm back~!~

Hi everyone,

I'm back to begin posting to my blog once again. I wish to apologize to all of you who have e-mailed me asking when I would post to my blog again. I will try to post at least once or twice a week.

Work has been taking its toll on me and hopefully I will be able to devote more time to my blog.

All is well with me, the heart is going well and I am looking forward to seeing the cardiologist in September to see how far all has progressed. I'll keep you all posted when the time comes.

I want to thank all of you who expressed their concerns and sent their well wishes during and since the time of my heart attack. Your prayers certainly helped and your friendship made my recovery much better.

I will post again this weekend and as always, I encourage all of you to submit your comments.

Thank you all once more and may God bless you all.

Ron Gauthier
Advocate for the poor, oppressed and homeless in America.

Monday, February 14, 2011

How Sad That The Almighty Dollar Is More Important Than Compassion Toward One's Fellow Man!!!

Hello Everyone,

What you see here is a sign that was posted by a family living and renting a property in New Hampshire's North Country. The landlord refuses to give them wood in order that they may heat the home they are renting from him.

I am asking all of you to pay attention to posts that will be forthcoming from concerned residents in Berlin, NH and its surrounding communities, not to mention the comments posted from others such as myself who were former residents of Berlin, NH.

This is but one example of the plight of many people not only in northern New Hampshire, but throughout this country of ours. I am concerned that this landlord is turning a deaf ear to the situation his tenants are faced with.

It is sad that the almighty dollar is more important to this man than the compassion he should have toward his fellow man in providing the help they need.

I was born and raised in this wonderful community and whenever the chips were down, you could depend upon your friends and neighbors in Berlin, NH to be there for you. We all treated eachother the same and always provided help to those in need. I am convinced that the fine citizens of Berlin, NH will help this family and I am urging all of them and all of those formerly from this fine city to post their comments to my blog and help me bring situations such as this and many others to the attention of our government leaders in hopes that we can somehow end poverty, oppression and homelessness in this country.

As always, thanks to all of you for giving me a reason to pursue this passion of mine, because without your supportive comments and concern, all of this would be futile.

God Bless you all and please continue to send me your comments.

Ron Gauthier
"Advocate for the poor, oppressed and homeless in America!"

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Hello to all and many thanks for your thoughts and prayers!

Hi everyone,

I've been away from my blog for quite a while and I wish to thank all of you for your patience while I was away. Work and the lack of time prevented me from posting for a while.

Well, I now have plenty of time on my hands in order to continue posting to my blog. On December 13, 2010, I suffered a major heart attack requiring the implant of two stents. Two major arteries were blocked and thanks to the quick and professional work of the specialists at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood, FL, I am here, alive to talk about it.

I am extremely grateful to all of you who have sent me get well wishes and especially to all of you who have prayed and continue to pray for me. I will continue to do what is needed to create awareness as to homelessness in this country and ask that you continue to support my cause with your comments and by spreading the word to your family, friends and co-workers.

We need to end homelessness, hunger and poverty in this country and now, more than ever, I need your help.

Thank you all once again for your support and for your kindness during this part of my life's adventure. I promise to continue more strongly with my cause and assure you that I will post on a more regular basis.

God Bless you all!!!

Ron Gauthier
"Advocate for the Poor, Oppressed and Homeless in America!"

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Awesome story Robin....thank you so much!!!

What you are about to read warmed my heart. There are so many decent people out there who have no one to turn to and nowhere to go. What Robin and her son did for this man is priceless, yet he also gave them a gift to cherish as well. Thank you Robin for sharing this story with me and thank you all for the kindness that you such as Robin and her son, display every day toward the poor, oppressed and homeless in America.

Robin Laughlin Skelton September 8 at 10:15am

Hello Ron, i hope you dont mind my sharing something with you!!! I know you work with the homeless, as i and my son do..we help a local shelter, and gather blankets clothing and such, but i want to tell you about a certain gentleman i have come to know. The past 5 years there is a man that walks around with this "belongings" in a grocery cart, his name is Jerry, i first began giving him 10.00 at a time, as i knew he was not a drinker and would use it for food!!! My son and i run into him quite a bit and he knew that my son will be leaving for the Air force soon, well, the other day, i saw him and gave him what i promised..a Browns coat!!!!!!! It was always a little joke with us, as he, in the winter wore a steelers coat, and i told him "we cant have that"!! My son bought him the coat, and when we would see him next, we gave it! he was soooo happy, it warmes my heart to see his smile every time i see him, he is so grateful for everything, and never have i seen him beg!!!!
Robin Laughlin Skelton September 8 at 10:23am

Sorry this is so long..well i ran into him last night as i went to Walmart, he is sometimes laying in the grass field near there, and he saw me and motioned to me, so i drove up to him and got out..what he did, brought me to a very hard sobbing cry, he had used some of the money people give him, and bought my son and I a guardian angel pin, one for me as he says for helping him, and one for Robbie as he goes into the Air Force!!!!!! Ron, to say that warmed my heart in an understatement..this man is mentally challenged, and he lives on the streets, because he has a brother at home who beat him all the time, so this is his choice, i found this out from my friend and neighbor who is a deputy for the county, and they too, help him!!!! As i went to hug him like i always do, he stopped me, as he always does, and says i dont want to get you dirty!! That never bothered me!! I told him..give me a hug with a smile, and he smiled back and gave one. I let him know what that meant to me and my son..he told me he was sorry he made me cry!!! lol I let him know it was a good cry!!!! I had to share this with you, so i am sorry that it was so long!!!! Have a great day, Ron!!!

Monday, July 26, 2010

Coming Soon!

Hi everyone,

I'll be resuming my blog posts shortly and thank you all for your patience.

Look for posts shortly and please reply with your comments.

See you all soon.

Ron Gauthier

Advocate for the poor, oppressed and homeless in America

Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Homelessness in this country continues to grow at an alarming rate with more and more Americans now living in cars, sleeping in the beds of pickup trucks, finding shelter in condemned and abandoned buildings, yet our government continues to look the other way.

I am asking for your help in supporting homeless shelters across America and particularly, help for the Homeless Voice Shelter in Hollywood, FL. This shelter is a non-profit organization operated by the Cosac Foundation. The organization receives no government funding on any level whatsoever and relies solely upon the generosity of the donating public.

I have been with this organization for nearly five and a half years and continue to work toward this wonderful cause and continue to be an advocate for the poor, the oppressed and the homeless in America.

I humbly ask all of you who read my blog and believe in this cause that you simply donate just ONE DOLLAR to the Homeless Voice Shelter. Your dollar will go a long way in providing continued shelter for those who are now on our streets, it will help purchase food for those now living at the shelter and will help us continue to provide medical help to those homeless in need of it.

Please view this link to the Homeless Voice Shelter and learn what the organization is all about.


I honestly believe that ALL OF YOU will truly make a difference and know in my heart that once you have viewed this website, you will all realize that Americans cannot allow Americans to go homeless.

Thank you all and my apologies for not posting anything to my blog in the past several weeks, I've been extremely occupied with the shelter and I promise you all that I will resume posting to my blog on a regular basis.

God Bless you all and once again, my sincerest thanks to all of you who have encouraged me to continue spreading the word regarding homelessness, your support will always be appreciated.

Take care for now and keep reading my blog......I NEED YOUR HELP, PLEASE!!!

Ron Gauthier
Advocate for the poor, oppressed and homeless in America.

Saturday, February 27, 2010


My thanks to those of you who expressed concern that I had not posted to my blog in recent weeks. 

The fact of the matter is that I've been extremely busy with the homeless shelter and our organization's efforts in providing relief to Haiti.

I will resume posting more regularly and ask again that you PLEASE post your comments and give me your input.

Once again, to all of you, my sincere and heartfelt gratitude for your interest and concerns, look for new posts shortly.

As always, God bless you all and thanks again.

Ron Gauthier