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I confess to having a stridently ambivalent estimation of books like this anymore; books written by evangelical Christians whose overall moral message is meritorious, but when it comes to American history they are still stuck in idolatrous, patriotic, hero-worship mode. 2,030 more words

Memory-Holed History


In a simple world, changes could be made fast and effortlessly.  In a perfect world, everyone would live in peace and they would be able to provide for themselves and their families.  805 more words

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I "Hope" there is "Change"

For a nation that voted for “Hope and Change” in 2008, what was their excuse in 2012, and where do they go in 2016? I was not one that bought into the utopia of the 2008 election, but I understood it. 407 more words

Political Hogwash

Conform to the Probable Meaning When the Constitution was Passed...

“On every question of construction carry ourselves back to the time when the Constitution was adopted, recollect the spirit manifested in the debates and instead of trying what meaning may be squeezed out of the text or invented against it, conform to the probable one in which it was passed.” 8 more words

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A Closer Look at the Life of a Young Conservative, Elissa Roberson

A few 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.  844 more words


An 86 year old librarian and the Patriot Act

How does an 86 year old librarian violate the Patriot Act?

Here is a short clip from Judge Napolitano speaking at Campaign for Liberty.  WE know that the Constitution IS Alive, now we just have to convince the government.