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“CROSS MY HEART and hope to die; stick a needle in my eye.”  Do you remember that?  It’s about like the deal being made with Iran.  366 more words


Oath: n. a usually legal promise to be truthful in one’s communications and/or actions (eg. “I promise to do what is truthful and communicate the truth so help me mother nature(s) and god.”) 710 more words

Common Sense

The Night of the Round Table

To break an oath, one must first take an oath.


I woke up groggy and exhausted. It had been another night with much tossing and turning. 2,984 more words


FOM: Elected Officials Vow To Us or CCSS?

Today’s anti Common Core “Fib-o-Meter” post will be a bit different from my usual ones. Why? Because it has struck me as rather bittersweet lately that those who are elected to serve us appear to be vowing more and more to Common Core (and all that goes with it) than we, the people. 1,043 more words


The First Oath

I, Race Joseph MoChridhe, before this assembly, declare myself to be a Pagan, a seeker of the Old Ways, a worshipper of the Elder Gods. 98 more words

Choose to be pure

A young Bosnian couple was incredibly unhappy with their marriage. Consequently, Adnan and Sana each turned to online chat forums. Adnan chatted online at work, and Sana chatted from an Internet café. 3,178 more words

Small Group Lessons

The Imperial Presidency

For years, it was pointed out that Richard Nixon believed he was an imperial president.  He even made statements to the press in that regard. 219 more words

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