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I was told as a kid that when someone was talking bad about you and began making things up about you they were really afraid of you.
So when the Liberal Progressives keep talking and making things up about the TEA Party folks, what they are really saying is that they are afraid of us. The reason they are afraid of us is because we stand for the truth and they can't stand it.
Let's keep dishing out the truth so that they will show their true colors; RED.
This is a song that I really like.
KEEP THE CHANGE
My fellow Patriots remember this, without faith there is no hope, without hope there is no freedom and with out freedom this Great Country of ours will not exist. Don't give up, keep fighting to keep this great country of ours.
Without a since of morality this country can not survive.
I'm against violence but step on, spit on, burn or disrespect the flag or the Constitution of these United States you are doing the same to me and I will not tolerate it and violence you shall have.
We The People need to get this new congress to do something more than just be lawmakers. They need to be Patriots and lead because we shouldn't have to follow any ones lead. We have people with the best ideas; if we are unbound and not having to worry about all the PC crap we can be the best again. Let's keep the new congress's feet to the fire.
WE THE PEOPLE must respect the office of the President but we do not have to respect the person holding that office.
By avoiding conflict you are denying yourself freedom.
February 23, 2017
Influenced by the Judeo-Christian covenant... foundational to Colonial American law and culture, the Continental Congress repeatedly reminded Americans that God's blessings on them as a people depended upon their faithfulness. "The goodness of the Supreme Being to all his rational creatures, demands their acknowledgements of gratitude and love," the Continental Congress advised Americans at one point, "[and] his absolute government of this world dictates, that it is the interest of every nation and people ardently to supplicate his favor and implore his protection."
The overwhelming consensus of the Continental Congress -- a view shared by the American people -- was, in the words of [Library of Congress] historian James H. Hutson, "that a partnership between religion and government was necessary, not merely for national happiness and prosperity, but for the survival of the nation itself." It was the viewpoint that had justified Congress's earlier vote to routinely begin Congressional deliberations with prayer. Likewise, it was the justification for the Congressional decisions to appoint chaplains for Congress and the nation's military; to encourage American troops to conduct themselves with Christian morality; to set aside public lands for the purpose of sharing Christianity with American Indian tribes; to officially support the printing of a congressionally endorsed Bible; to take repeated action designed to reinforce the Judeo-Christian worldview among the American people; and, on numerous occasions, to officially proclaim the national days of prayer that, by now, many Americans had grown to expect.
The most famous statement of faith created by the Continental
Congress was the Declaration of
The Continental Congress continued to officially issue public calls for national days of prayer, fasting, and thanksgiving throughout the Revolution. The congressional practice followed a tradition established by America's colonial legislatures, which had often called on American colonists to confess personal and community sins, fast, and pray for forgiveness, and prayerfully observe days of thanksgiving. The Continental Congress followed that precedent to the point that official "fast days" became known as "Continental fasts" or "Congressional fast days." Typically, a Congressional committee would select the date for a prayer day and draft language for a public resolution -- to be approved by Congress. Public days of prayer were based on biblical passages such as 2 Chronicles 7: 14... Colonial Americans took such biblical admonitions seriously. So did the Continental Congress. Though the people were asked to pray by Congress, they were never ordered to do so, following the biblical principle that faith should be modeled rather than forced... On Congressional fast days, which were usually set on weekdays or Saturdays, countless Americans altered their daily routines to worship and pray. Congress routinely set the example by assembling in a church for prayer and a fast day sermon. Americans likewise thronged to their churches, sometimes attending both morning and evening worship services. (Gragg, By the Hand of Providence, Ch. 8, parenthetical reference added)
February 16, 2017
The Obama administration and the U.S. Supreme Court used the power of their federal branches to force an immoral sexual agenda upon the American people, disregarding millions of Americans who understand their agenda to be contrary to Almighty God's design for human flourishing in both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. Polls showed that a strong majority of Americans believed that our nation was going in the wrong direction, and enough of them rushed to elect a new, more conservative president. Yet through intimidation and propaganda, LGBT activists have been quietly infiltrating big business boardrooms for decades. Now, without the White House on their side, big business leaders are foolishly allowing themselves to be used to perpetuate the former administration's sexual fascism.
Following the lead of Apple, Target, the NCAA, and others, the National Football League (NFL) has warned that if Texas should pass SB 6 (which like North Carolina's HB 2 would restrict the use of public-owned bathrooms to those of the appropriate biological gender), the NFL will reconsider holding future major football events in that state. With pro-LGBT
Unfortunately, too many of America's public school districts have succumbed to the Obama transgender policy and changed their policies to allow students to use the school bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers of their choice. Some administrators have quietly embraced the guidance while others are amid debate on the issue right now. As far as my research has found, wherever parents have had an opportunity to weigh in, they have overwhelming opposed embracing this unnatural policy. Thirteen states, including