Learning From Man’s Greatest Sin: Betrayal

So much of our history has been purged. honestly how can we prevent the bad things from happening again if we don’t even look back to them.
 
Benedict Arnold almost destroyed this country. He accomplished with a relatively small amount of men what most British generals couldn’t achieve with much larger numbers.

Read more of this post

The Rise of Radical Progressivism

One of the things that we’ve always tried to do during the last years is paint of picture of how we envision an America of the future – that is our goals and aspirations for this country and its people. At the risk of sounding cliched, my approach continues to be rooted in the belief that our best days are ahead of us.  Freedom and prosperity is still attainable and the constitution is the blue print for that success.  Read more of this post

The Divine Rights of Man

One of Thomas Jefferson’s most iconic and frequently recited lines in the declaration of independence is “We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal…” There’s something very significant about the wording Jefferson chose. He didn’t say that men were born equal, he said created. The concept of equality is even more fundamental and some ways very different from the way people understand it. Read more of this post

Gosnel Avoids the Death Penalty – My Take

We face an incredible force of evil in this world. The explanation for it is simple, man fell and therefore man has a proclivity towards sin. Morality isn’t exactly going to wind up in the middle of some pop culture revival anytime soon. The truth of the matter is that innocent life in this country is going to find greater intersections with evil as time goes on, because much of it has become institutionalized. Read more of this post

Conversation: It’s The American Way

I have found over the years that I look with higher favorability on those who have substantive disagreements with me than those who simply agree with everything I say. Maybe that makes me strange, but the honest truth is that simple agreement by itself I find very unflattering if people don’t understand why they think a certain way. I also approach it from the perspective that there is a possibility that I am wrong. If you’re simply surrounded by “yes-men” how will you ever find a way to reason out your own beliefs. Read more of this post

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 532 other followers