Category Archives: United States

Why don’t American Presidents carry guns?

Can you think of a US President who carried a gun? Most (if not all) have found it completely unnecessary. Why? Presidents are protected by the best security system and body guards that money can buy — the Secret Service. … Continue reading

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Red states/blue states/the state of your heart . . .

Beyond red states and blue states is the state of our hearts. There will be trouble in our nation, until we let love transform us from within. How is it with your soul? If we Americans were as concerned about … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence Is Home Grown Terrorism!

The video of NFL star, Ray Rice’s knockout punch to his girl friend (and now new wife) has brought the brutality of domestic violence to public attention.  In America we justly protest against the brutality of ISIS.  However, we often … Continue reading

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Attention America! Media Alert!

Attention America: Images are influential. What you watch will: * Alter your attitude; * Brainwash your beliefs; * Create cravings: * Dictate desires; * Edge out your ethics; * Form your feelings; * Grab your gullibility; * Hold your heart; … Continue reading

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Are Background Checks Judgmental? (A Definition)

A definition: Background checks — a way of judging who is too irresponsible, too immoral, or too insane to legally buy a gun.

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Sequester — a wake up call that one nation under debt, with entitlements or tax breaks for all, cannot long endure.

Sequester — a wake up call that one nation under debt, with entitlements or tax breaks for all, cannot long endure. Forgive us, Lord, for being so focused on self and what we want; so little focused on others; and … Continue reading

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The Question That Won’t Be Asked During The Foreign Policy Debate

Here is one question that won’t be asked by Bob Schieffer of CBS News, the host of tonight’s foreign policy debate (the third US presidential debate of 2012) between President Barak Obama and Governor Mitt Romney: “How can the United States apply … Continue reading

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