Shelby G. Floyd
In regards to the Constitution of the United States of America, there are two different ways of interpreting its meaning and application to the citizens living today. 1,008 more words
These are the only viable choices.
Billy Graham in his Decision magazine (Sept. 2016 issue) stated,
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I do not believe there has ever been a time—even in the days prior to the Civil War—that we as Americans have gone to the polls with greater issues than those at stake in the coming presidential election… I am convinced that the direction we take from this point on will determine not only the ultimate fate of our nation, but also the fate of the entire democratic world as we know it today… I think it is the duty of every individual Christian at election time to study the issues and candidates and then go to the polls and vote.
I have an ancient paperback source on the U.S. Constitution sitting in my office. I believe it may be the same one that induced many kids to doze off while reading. 350 more words
The whole concept of free speech has undergone a tremendous amount of change since the drafting of the U.S. Constitution. To the Framers of the Constitution, including Benjamin Franklin who was a printer, remember, the idea of free speech was to protect political speech … by politicians. 501 more words
If you listen to those who claim to know better, they will tell you this is not an exceptional nation. That it’s founders were just a bunch of old, rich white men looking to preserve their place of privilege. 2,263 more words
In 1723, when Sherman was 2 years of age, his family relocated from his Newton, MA, birthplace to Dorchester (present Stoughton). As a boy, Roger read widely in his spare time to supplement his minimal education at a common school. 1,171 more words