Monthly Archives: August 2013

Where are you going today…?

“A woman who teaches at a local public high school asked me to come speak to her economics students. “These kids need all the help they can get,” she said. “Many of them have a parent in jail or on … Continue reading

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Saving the Nation

“Radio host Mark Levin’s new book, The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic, is one of the most focused, accessible, and aggressive political books you’ll ever find.  Levin’s thesis is that the balance of power between the three branches of the federal government, the … Continue reading

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The Reality of Big Government

“…How does America wake up every day to find its government exercising unlimited power over the private economic behavior of every American? How is it possible that a federal government designed to operate from a defined “enumeration of grants of … Continue reading

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Occupied America?

“…But I thought all night about what he had said about Occupied America. Bitter morsels for thought. Over regulation. Thought control. Keeping the people down with thoughts and fears of what they could be called. Denying the obvious. Who is … Continue reading

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For Those UnGifted With Faith… There is Hope

“…he was asked how he reconciled his current state of unbelief with his professed admiration for religious belief. He stated, simply, that he could not…” Read more…

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