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Before It’s Too Late

Before It’s Too Late

Every day in America there are distinguished citizens speaking out in protest of the direction toward socialism our country is taking. These speeches are not reported in the nation's media in most instances. Yet, the crescendo of voices from the people is rising and...

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Tyranny in American Education

Tyranny in American Education

In order for the benefits of liberty to survive, unique American principles must be stressed in a positive way to the uninformed youth of new generations. In this way, young people would have a clear appreciation of the specific principles that gave us liberty upon...

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Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

Abraham Lincoln’s proclamation set the precedent for America’s national day of Thanksgiving.  It sets apart the last Thursday of November “as a day of Thanksgiving and Praise.” By the President of the United States of America. A Proclamation. The year that is drawing...

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George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

George Washington issued his first Thanksgiving proclamation on October 3, 1789. He noted that Congress had requested that he recommend to the people “a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors...

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A Plan To Destroy America… Exposed

A Plan To Destroy America… Exposed

Upon one pillar, the family unit, more than any other, stands each individual’s development, strength and independence for prosperity. A key factor affecting the survival of a strong family is a wise standard for sexual behavior. Quoting historians Will and Ariel...

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The Battle for the Minds of Americans

The Battle for the Minds of Americans

Education is a beautiful word. It comes from the Latin educaare, which means "to rise up, to take from the lowest degrees to the highest spheres of knowledge". America's founding fathers were unwavering advocates of education founded on American principles. The...

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The Ball and Chain of National Debt

The Ball and Chain of National Debt

". . . a Public Debt is a Public curse, and in a Rep Govt a greater than any other" (James Madison, Letter to Henry Lee, 1790). Speaking of King James III in the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson wrote, "He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither...

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Legalized Pilferage

Legalized Pilferage

Unemployment assistance properly handled has an important role in a responsible, free society. With the tremendous benefits of free enterprise comes the necessity of phasing out enterprises that are no longer profitable and needed by the consumer. This causes shifts...

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Freedom to Work and Possess

Freedom to Work and Possess

A priority of humanity throughout history has been life, liberty, and possessions, but social planners make glittering promises. Do we want to chase this subterfuge in exchange for the control of God-given rights? What about the enjoyment of the fruits of man's labor?...

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Return to God

Return to God

The secular revolution we are now experiencing has parallels in history--one being the French Revolution. Edmund Burke, the English statesman who resisted King George III and defended the American Colonies, turned against the French Revolution from its very beginning....

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