The Author

Born in to a military family, Nicholas B. Ibarra lived in several places (NM, CA, VA) before settling in Springfield, MO in 1993, at 13 years old.

After graduating from Parkview HS in 1998, Nick immediately joined the US Marines. He served five years as an Ammunition Technician and Military Police Officer, including one tour in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2005. There, his unit performed convoy security missions of which Nick was a part of 47 of them.

Upon returning home from Iraq, Nick completed his studies with a Bachelor’s in Business Management from Evangel University with the highest honors, Summa Cum Laude.

From April 2009 to January 2012, Ibarra served on Springfield City Council. Over the course of his tenure, he battled for the conservative position on many issues that often included business, individual, and property rights.

Due to personal troubles that eventually led to his brief incarceration, Nick resigned from City Council the first week of 2012.

Putting his legal issues behind him, Nick serves as the 7th Congressional District Chairman of Veterans in Defense of Liberty, and remains involved in local politics. He is married and has two children. He lives with his wife in the Historic Downtown Springfield Area.


4 thoughts on “The Author

  1. Have you looked onto the politics of vaccines? Seeing as though you are in contact with the people making the rules, I hope you take the time to check into the realities of such. I wrote this after much study into vaccines and hope this makes one think. There is much out there we don’t understand, could this be one of them?
    Also, I hope you let your readers get to understand Agenda 21 and how it is affecting every decision being made in politics today. If you need an update for yourself please click on the link below, it is a collection of videos that have been saved as I have gone through my study. I hope they can help

  2. Glad to find your blog, and thanks for your service. You seem like a deep thinker. In response to your Nietzschean tagline, consider 1 Cor 6:19, “You are not your own…” -Semper Fi

  3. I’m a graduate student at Pittsburg State University in Kansas working on a documentary about the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) bill. I would like to show what people think of the bill and the impact it would have if passed in April. 

    If you or anyone following your blog are interested in discussing this issue with me, I’d really appreciate it. I am available any day or time, except Tuesdays and Thursday mornings (I’m back to Springfield at about 4pm). I am staying in Springfield to shoot this film.

    Thank you for your time. 


    Jennifer Bristow

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