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Monticello

Photos: Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

During my family’s recent vacation in the Washington D.C. area, we rented a car and drove down to Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s majestic home, and below are some photos from our visit. In addition to the unique look of the house on the outside, we found that Jefferson was quite the scientist and inventor.

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Jefferson Memorial at Night

Jefferson Memorial at Night

These are some photos I took of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington D.C. a few weeks ago when I was in town for the Values Voter Summit. So many of the memorials in D.C. shine extra brightly at night, and this one was no exception.

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The Heart of the Problem is in the Heart

The Heart of the Problem is in the Heart

Socialism is a debilitating confidence game dressed up as an ideology used by demagogues and want-to-be dictators to fool its victims into believing it is possible to have your cake and eat it too. We the present day guardians of America must stand before the tsunami of anti-education that leads our nation away from virtue and into unrighteousness.

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God is Just, and His Justice Cannot Sleep Forever

God is Just, and His Justice Cannot Sleep Forever

He drafted the Declaration of Independence, was Governor of Virginia and founded the University of Virginia. As the 3rd U.S. President, he approved the Louisiana Purchase and had Lewis and Clark explore it. He sent the Marines to stop the Muslim Barbary Pirates of Tripoli. His name was Thomas Jefferson, born APRIL 13, 1743.

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