Tuesday, December 01, 2020

"Faith" Takes Forefront In Georgia Election

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Associated Press says Georgia has become the nation's hot spot this winter before twin senate runoff elections on Jan 5. 

AP also says "faith" has taken the forefront in this battle for control of the US Senate and possibly the US government.

Former Speaker of the House and Georgian, Newt Gingrich, says: "America's future depends on the outcomes of the elections for the US Senate in Georgia."

Politics in America often comes down to the issue of "faith", because no matter how hard the so-called progressives work to erase our heritage of Christian faith, it remains. 

Sometimes "faith" is a facade to fool the public---sometimes it's true biblical faith. We the People must be discerning.

That's the case in Georgia.

Be informed, not misled.

Monday, November 30, 2020

Media Censorship Changed Election Outcome

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A new survey published over the weekend shows that "one of every six Biden voters"---17%--- would not have voted for him had they known the facts about any one of eight news stories the news media censored.

Stories we all know about now that Election Day has passed.

Thomas Jefferson's words regarding ignorance and freedom remain hauntingly true.

Be informed, not misled.

Thursday, November 26, 2020

A Blessed Thanksgiving

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Shakespeare famously said, 
"O Lord that lends me life, lend me a heart replete with thankfulness."

More importantly, the Bible says:


Have a happy and blessed Thanksgiving. We'll see you on Monday.

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

The War On Thanksgiving

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Last week Senator Tom Cotton said he feels the story of Thanksgiving is being forgotten---or revised to the extent that he was inclined to tell the story "on the Senate record."

He began, "A great American anniversary is upon us" and "Regrettably, we haven't heard much about this anniversary of the Mayflower; I suppose the Pilgrims have fallen out of favor in fashionable circles these days. I'd therefore like to take a few minutes to reflect on the Pilgrim story and its living legacy for our nation."

The "Pilgrim" speech was immediately attacked by a member of the House of Representatives.

The future of our country, and the continuity of ideas and institutions that we should all be grateful for, depend on Thanksgiving.

Be informed and grateful, not misled and deceived.

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Stealing Thanksgiving?

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A column published in the University of Virginia newspaper is urging fellow progressive students to "stand up" to their "racist" family members over Thanksgiving dinner. 

The three governors who rule on the west coast are taking a different tack in stealing Thanksgiving. A more sophisticated one. 

Some thoughts for this Thanksgiving week.

Be informed and encouraged, not misled and discouraged.