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Domestic Terrorism, Then and Now

The first vestige of domestic terrorism in this country appeared in Chicago in the 1960s with the rise of radical groups like the Weather Underground.  According to Encyclopedia Britannica, the Weather Underground was a Marxist terrorist organization that “…sought to advance  260 more words

Americans Taking Dem Governors to Court Over Lockdowns, Americans Want to Go Back to Work...Why Don't Dems Want Them to?

The lockdown is ending because the American people say it’s ending. No further explanation from government is necessary. Thanks.

— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) May 17, 2020…

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Ocasio-Cortez Doesn't Understand Employment

I think most of us can agree that America was built on hard work. We survived as a nation, and thrived as the result of immigrants who came to this country to escape oppression, to build a better life for themselves and their families. 511 more words

On Fighting the Good Fight

Spoiler alert: This post contains spoiler material about the third season of The Good Fight. I enjoyed The Good Wife, even though it leaned left. The Good Fight leans even further left, but I’m watching it anyway. 792 more words


“Favors granted always become defined as rights.”

—Saul Alinsky.

Thought For Today


This article was written by a pastor friend of mine, Bill Staten and edited by me. Bill is the pastor of Faith Christian Center in Cairo, Georgia. 2,032 more words

America And The Church

The word of the day: Extortion

Today is the beginning of the public impeachment hearings against President Trump. If you are familiar with “Rules for Radicals” by Saul Alinsky, you will already know that this is the practical application of its tactics found in Chapter 11 of the book. 1,447 more words