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A Closer Look at the Life of a Young Conservative, Gabriella Hoffman

A couple of weeks ago, I discovered I enjoyed interviewing people and posting answers about their lives on my blog. I started with some of the primary actors/actresses from “God’s Not Dead.” Now I hope to share several entries from Conservatives who work diligently to wheel America back to the Right.  1,128 more words

Freedom

Tea Party, Taxes and Why the Original Patriots Would’ve Revolted Against the Surveillance State | Electronic Frontier Foundation

You’re a Tea Party member and you didn’t know it.

I wish people would be smarter than their phones and learn about what freedom is, why it should be closely guarded, and get up the gumption to scream and fight like hell when people try to violate that freedom. 123 more words

Big Brother

Other uses for the Bible in Public Schools..?

 Public Schools

We would like to make a very relevant coursework assessment as our empirical observations as well as research has shown us. There has been so much to say about Common Core curriculum that it is just alike or the same with every other “change” that is made in everything. 784 more words

Special Interest Groups

A Closer Look at the Life of a Young Conservative, Anna Maria Hoffman

A couple of weeks ago, I discovered I enjoyed interviewing people and posting answers about their lives on my blog. I started with some of the primary actors/actresses from “God’s Not Dead.” Now I hope to share several entries from Conservatives who work diligently to wheel America back to the Right. 854 more words

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3 Myths About Thomas Jefferson

This is from RightWing News.

We ned to teach our children the truth about our Founding Fathers.

This week holds some critical dates. April 15 haunts most Americans as a tax deadline. 1,007 more words

Alexander Hamilton Invented Zubaz and Other Lies I Tell My Friends

Confession time, I love lying. Okay, maybe that’s not the best way to put it, I love lying about weird things-specifically the founding fathers. It’s actually become my favorite hobby-which isn’t exactly something I’m proud of. 484 more words

Are Christians to Blame?

A couple of Sunday’s ago, a sweet little first grade girl approached me and asked a question that caught me off-guard.  After I taught a lesson in Children’s church on the Prophet Elijah, she tugged me on the arm and asked, 496 more words

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