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Should the Phrase, ‘In God We Trust’ Continue to be Used on U.S. Currency?

Should the Phrase, ‘In God We Trust’ Continue to be Used on U.S. Currency?

The United States of America is the nation of freedom, liberty, and equality. It is a land like no other where man and woman, young and old, black and white, and those of all types of religions can come together for the good of the nation.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Saved Schererville Senior $238

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Saved Schererville Senior $238

On March 30, 2017, I received good news from a client who lives in Schererville, Indiana. In an envelope was a copy of the letter that she received from a local medical service provider which acknowledged a mistake and informed our client of the corrective action taken.

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Maj Gen Vander Hamm to Address JWC ScholarShare

Maj Gen Vander Hamm to Address JWC ScholarShare

John Witherspoon College in Rapid City, South Dakota is holding their fifth annual ScholarShare banquet entitled “A Dream Coming True” on April 27 at 6:30 pm at the Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn.

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The Prayer of a Righteous Judge Assailed by Antagonists of America

The Prayer of a Righteous Judge Assailed by Antagonists of America

To paraphrase Founding Father George Washington, religion and morality are essential pillars to American freedom, and you cannot be a Patriot if you work against either of these. It is our duty to uphold them. And I agree.

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Women prepare to march in International Women's Day Protest in Washington, D.C. on March 8, 2017. (Photo: E. Sarai / VOA)

A Biblical Answer for ‘A Day Without A Woman’

Perhaps you heard about the women’s strike that was called for on the 8th of March dubbed a Day Without A Woman. The stated purpose was to “act together for equity, justice and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people, through a one-day demonstration of economic solidarity” by “taking the day off, from paid and unpaid labor,avoiding shopping for one day (with exceptions for small, women- and minority-owned businesses).

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Freedom Caucus: Today’s Abolitionists

Freedom Caucus: Today’s Abolitionists

The Freedom Caucus members are today’s abolitionists. They see, rightly, how far America has drifted from its blueprint of freedom, and the grave consequences of this fiscally, morally and existentially.

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The Cyber Revolt that Saved the Republic?

The Cyber Revolt that Saved the Republic?

There is a never ending war that continues to transpire between patriots and globalists. The globalists are not playing fair as they have people in high places who specialize in the nefarious. Regardless, we owe a huge debt of gratitude to the brave men and women who’ve sacrificed everything for the future of this country. They are our inspiration and fortitude to stand our ground and persevere.

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Neil Gorsuch from SCOTUS  hearings (CSPAN)

Obergefell and Roe: America’s Statutes of Omri

Looking closely at the answers given by Neil Gorsuch to the senators and congressmen conducting the confirmation hearings have sent up red flags for all those hoping that Gorsuch will be the hero who halts abortions and reels in the excesses of the LBGT, namely Obergefell.

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Who Makes the Law of the Land

Who Makes the Law of the Land

How many of you believe that Congress makes the laws of our land? How many of you believe presidential executive orders are also the law of our land? How many of you believe the Supreme court’s decisions are the law of our land?

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Common Sense Thinking

Common Sense Thinking

The February 1st headline announced, “Democrats force delays in votes on 3 nominees.” Is it just me or is this meant to generate a round of applause? I mean, great, let’s clog up our governing. Such negative remarks would never command the media’s ink four or eights years ago. The headlines congratulating these delay, debunk and discrediting tactics are engendered solely upon our citizen President.

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