I follow John Rich now on TruthSocial, and he brought this song to my attention. I am not a religious person, but it made me cry. Nevertheless, I listened again and again, and I started telling my friends to listen to this song too, and to Progress. I find it very poignant that such a strong and tough-looking man as Struggle Jennings is seeking guidance from God in these troubled times, and Caitlynne Curtis’ voice will make you drop to your knees.
God Bless America
Even during this period of global disaster, enough ordinary brave, and intelligent citizens remain to repel the insidious creep of the globalist monarchy. The regimes in place currently that have succumbed to the Global reset program and suffering its’ effects are an interesting group. They are not who you might imagine. Sri Lanka, Ghana, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, and Canada, have begun the transition to population control by starvation, injections, and the intermingling of cultures and populations.
Unfortunately for Brittney Griner, there’s not much Biden or anyone else in the U.S. can do. Russia is a sovereign country with their own criminal justice system, and Griner broke their laws. That’s it. They don’t make exceptions just because your famous, or because of your skin color or sexual preferences. That’s not how it works. Which again brings us our dilemma: Should we feel sorry for Griner and support calls for Biden or others to do something to bring her home?
The disasters that such abandonment of foundational truths portend can hardly be imagined. Yes, we already have rampant disease, drug use, and despair in the homosexual community, adopted children robbed of a mother or father, men in women’s restrooms, men taking trophies (and money) from women, girls in the Boy Scouts, a Drag Demon Queen in charge of our nuclear waste, and so on.
The salient question: when will a sufficient number of fellow citizens get beyond the “Harrumph! Harrumph! Harrumph!” of redundant shock and awe at the corrosive behavior of the ‘ruling class’ and actually do whatever is necessary to substantively reverse this course of pending national collapse?
If you are able,
save them a place
inside of you
and save one backward glance
when you are leaving
for the places they can
no longer go.
Be not ashamed to say
you loved them,
though you may
or may not have always.
Take what they have left
and what they have taught you
with their dying
and keep it with your own.
Tomorrow is more about remembrance than celebration. It’s OK to be “happy” tomorrow and every day, but that should not be our focus. “Happy” should not be part of our greeting as we interact with friends and relatives. So, while we’re busy playing horseshoes, eating watermelon, and enjoying the advent of a new summer season, we should all take a few moments and remember what this weekend is really all about.
Since our nation’s founding, the strong independent nature of the American people carried over into the military, which enabled America to pursue her best interests and to become the strongest and wealthiest nation in the world. The wheel of destiny has turned so that any hope for peace and freedom will hinge on America’s moral courage and a U.S. military that ensures “peace through strength.”
I wrote recently about one of our local department of education staff, and I still find his bio offensive. Is it necessary to label or identify himself as a black, Latinx, bisexual, cisman?. I would never describe myself as white, European lineage, heterosexual, male. I am a person and would hope to be accepted as such. When somebody strives for diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice, don’t labels on people negate their effort?
The Republicans point to Virginia as evidence of a coming tsunami in November. In a traditionally blue state, the Republicans won the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General elections to take control of the state. The Democrats read the American people wrong in their effort to force a Green Philosophy, negate our energy independence, and attempt to convince us we are a racist and oppressive country.
Those wanting us to donate blood or organs do so by imploring us to “Give the gift of life.” With Christmas, God gave “the gift of life” as it has never before been given. How many dying individuals would say no to a lifesaving medical procedure made possible through the efforts or generosity of another? Yet how many reject the amazing gift of everlasting life that God offers through Jesus?
So I found some old wrapping paper and put my hairbrush in it to give to Cindy…who had beautiful long, thick hair. Then I also wrapped up one of my old Barbie dolls that I didnt play with anymore to give to her as her Christmas presents. I wanted to make sure Cindy would have something to unwrap for Christmas day.
Dad, and I am sure most of the men of the 40s would have much to say to the young folks of today. He would have no use for the Radical Left. He would be so upset with the protesting and destruction of the Summer of 2020. He would give Defund the Police, and Black Lives Matter followers an earful. Dad was colorblind, literally and philosophically.
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Crime is on the rise, and the Justice Department is turning its head to prosecuting offenders. We are still losing over 1,000 COVID-19 victims every day, which is ahead of the 2020 pace. Our President falls asleep at a Climate Summit, and our Vice-President embarrasses herself every time she comes out of hiding. It is not surprising that Biden and Harris have 38% and 28% approval ratings respectively.
With each blow, the small sparks we see are impurities being driven out of the steel. They are not wiped away but driven out. At this point, the steel is brittle. It will remain so until it is quenched by complete immersion in water. Now you have a piece of steel that is strong and resistant to the work for which it has now been made.
f your cause is just, you may look with confidence to the Lord, and intreat him to plead it as his own. You are all my witnesses, that this is the first time of my introducing any political subject into the pulpit. At this season, however, it is not only lawful but necessary, and I willingly embrace the opportunity of declaring my opinion without any hesitation.
These men and women have made the ultimate sacrifice. They died for our country. They died to preserve the greatest country the world has ever known, and so that we who remain can enjoy the great freedoms and liberty for which they fought. Today is a day to acknowledge and show our gratitude for those sacrifices.
Undoubtedly, America’s past is not perfect, but we have consistently taken steps to right our wrongs. Those steps have resulted in the election of racial minorities to the highest offices in our country becoming commonplace. No, America is not racist, but we are instead showing the rest of the world once again what true freedom and equality looks like. God bless America.