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Oil painting of George Washington's inauguration as the first President of the United States which took place on April 30, 1789

The First Presidential Inauguration of these United States

This week I will have the privilege to attend the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. While this is truly an honorable day and tradition for Americans, did you know there are seven distinct religious activities in the first presidential inauguration that have been repeated in whole or part during every subsequent inauguration?

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Navy Veteran Patrolled Treacherous Mekong Delta during Tet

Navy Veteran Patrolled Treacherous Mekong Delta during Tet

On Saturday, January 14, Ken Delfino of Keystone will talk about his combat experiences during the Tet Offensive with the US Navy’s River Patrol Force in South Viet Nam. As he says, “this small segment of my life is dedicated to my brothers-in-arms with whom I patrolled the Long Tau, Soi Rap, Co Chien, My Tho and Ham Luong Rivers for 22 months.”

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Biblical Prophecy Exposes the ‘Two State Solution’ as Absolute Nonsense

Biblical Prophecy Exposes the ‘Two State Solution’ as Absolute Nonsense

It is hard to imagine a body of anti-Semites sitting in a nation that is allied to Israel working so hard to destroy that sovereign nation. But this is the UN, an innocuous group of one world thinkers, supported largely by the United States taxpayer, who ignore scripture, are void of all prophetic knowledge and the plan God has for his very special people: the Jews.

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Tyrants React to the Birth of the King of Kings

Tyrants React to the Birth of the King of Kings

While angels, shepherds, godly men and women in Jerusalem rejoiced at the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, there were those whose reactions were exactly opposite.

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Islam in the Hands of the Globalists

Islam in the Hands of the Globalists

On April 8, 2016, representative for California’s 43rd district, Maxine Waters, implied that Americans are bigots for opposing sharia law.”

Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel, “Time” magazine’s 2015 “Person of the Year,” was responsible for slapping the German flag and saying “Islam belongs to Germany.” She knows exactly what she is doing by opening the flood gates to illegal Muslim immigrants, and said, “Refugees had not brought terrorism to Germany.”

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Twas the Night after Christmas in 1776

Twas the Night after Christmas in 1776

The present delivered that morning in Trenton has continued to bless Americans every Christmas. Let’s not forget in all the festivities to pass the knowledge of this gift to our future generations.

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Merry Christmas or Mary’s Christmas?

Merry Christmas or Mary’s Christmas?

In December of 1914, in the first bitter winter of a long bitter war, the solders of the German Empire and the soldiers of the British Empire defied the orders of their officers. They abandoned their hastily dug entrenchments, that would soon grow into an elaborate maze of trenches stretching from Switzerland to the English Channel, to meet each other in no man’s land.

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Photo credit: Broken Sphere

Back When I Was a Boy

I think one of the hardest things about growing old is that you can remember what a pound of hamburger cost fifty years ago ($.45), so when the government assures us over and over there is no inflation, we sort of get a disconnect going that seeps into many different areas of our lives.

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Vietnam War Veteran to Present Experiences in 1965 Battle of Ia Drang Valley

Vietnam War Veteran to Present Experiences in 1965 Battle of Ia Drang Valley

Mel W. Gunderson of Black Hawk will present his US Army experiences in the Battle of Ia Drang Valley’s Landing Zone X-Ray on November 14, 1965, as part of the 1st Cavalry Division in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

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Mayflower Compact

Happy Thanksgiving to God America, Here is Your History!

Statistically speaking, American Millennials’ (ages 18-34) worst subject is history. Many know very little about our European ancestors, the Pilgrims, to whom the first Thanksgiving is attributed. These were the first Christian families to settle on the east coast of America. Contrary to modern-day teaching, the main purpose the Pilgrims came to America was NOT religious freedom.

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