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Founding Fathers Believed in God

The founder’s shared beliefs in divine Providence, the nation’s divine mission, God-given individual rights, the superiority of Christian ethics, the necessity of religion and morality to survival and success of republican government, spiritual equality, free will, and the existence of … Continue reading

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Help the Homeless

Fourteen years ago today, I became homeless. By the grace of God, I have survived. Meet the outsider who accidentally solved chronic homelessness Meet Sam Tsemberis. According to academics and advocates, he’s all but solved chronic homelessness. His research, which … Continue reading

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Decline of European Civilization

www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-03-05/frances-death-spiral Muslim Gangs Take Control of 55 Zones in Sweden Austria sends in army to protect border with Italy as migrant numbers swell In the six months of 2017 so far, nearly 85,000 migrants have arrived on the shores of … Continue reading

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The Vietnam War

From Jan. to Dec.1972, I studied Vietnamese at the Anacostia Naval Station, DLIEC, Military District of Washington. In October, I received orders to Vietnam. The following January while stationed at Goodfellow Air Force Base, they were canceled. I am a … Continue reading

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REASONS Liberal ideology is Hypokrisis

The cost of hosting the Super Bowl — estimated at about $5 million for the city — has unleashed a storm of anger among residents already resentful of the influx of expensive restaurants, high-end stores and rich, young tech workers … Continue reading

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Truth about illegal immigration

America’s Heroin Epidemic Starts in Mexico First it was the Golden Triangle, then South America. Now the source for a nation’s insatiable demand is right next door. by  Polly Mosendz March 3, 2017, 4:00 AM EST A heroin user prepares … Continue reading

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Islam is a problem, not a religion

bankofdad, Ottawa, Canada, about 8 hours ago Islam cannot co-exist with secularism because Islam does not recognize the authority of the state or the separation between state and religion, that is elemental to Western civilization. A prime example of this … Continue reading

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Bushie Clueless in Crawford

The Saddam interrogation: Ten years after the tyrant’s execution, the CIA agent who grilled him reveals the shattering truth… that everything the US thought it knew was WRONG  In his book, Debriefing The President: The Interrogation Of Saddam Hussein (inset), … Continue reading

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Chic Harley best Buckeye football player

High School Fall 1912: Harley plays his first year of high school football for East High School. He is promoted as the best “open field runner” and “speedier” than any of the competition, despite his “midget” size. 1913: Harley’s family moves back … Continue reading

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Ohio State 2016

Yes, it was an historic BEAT down but we still beat that team up North… C.J. Fuller caught a 30-yard touchdown pass for Clemson, which dealt Urban Meyer his first shutout loss as a head coach. CreditRoss D. Franklin/Associated Press www.nytimes.com/2016/12/31/sports/ncaafootball/clemson-ohio-state-fiesta-bowl.html … Continue reading

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