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Law and Disorder

Americans were shocked by the assault on the U. S. Capitol that took place on January 6th, ostensibly by Trump supporters.  The US Capitol Police Chief, who has since resigned, stated: “The violent attack on the U.S. Capitol was unlike any I have ever experienced in my 30 years in law enforcement here in Washington, […]

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Christmas: December 25

Do You Dream of Santa or the Savior?  Every good and every perfect gift is from above, and comes down from the Father of lights James 1:17  The Real St. Nicholas  In the fourth century the sainted Bishop Nicholas expressed his love and concern for mankind by giving children gifts each year on December 6th. […]

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A Nation Under Siege: The Explosion of Evil in America Part I. The Globalist Strategy: A Seven Step Plan from Plandemic to Totalitarianism

“Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything.” — Joseph Stalin “If the stealing of the 2020 election is not exposed and overturned, we will never see another free election in America.” — Lt General Thomas C. McInerney (USAF Ret.) “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We […]

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In recent years, there has been a parallel growth of the idea of human rights and bureaucracy. This common growth has been a closely related fact, so much so that Peter Berger, Brigitte Berger, and Hansfried Kellner, in The Homeless Mind (1973), speak of “bureaucratically identifiable rights.” There must, they point out, be some bureaucracy […]

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Election Integrity

This is not a banana republic. This is the United States of America. Here we are on the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower Compact (November 11, 1620) — the document that initiated American democracy that culminated in the Constitution and our freedoms.  And yet election integrity is at risk. How this is resolved may well […]

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Pilgrims experimented with Communism — and rejected it!

High winds and treacherous tides along North America’s coast blew the Pilgrims 500 miles off course, preventing them from joining Virginia’s settlement at Jamestown, founded 14 years earlier.  Having to disembark in Massachusetts, there was no government to submit to, so the Pilgrims created their own — the Mayflower Compact. It was the first constitution […]

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