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The Patriot’s Editorial: In this ‘It’s All About Me’ world we live in, people believe they have the right to say whatever comes to mind. That includes: saying/writing anything to hurt, impugn or punish someone they disagree with. After listening to it in ‘ad nauseam’ for the paste couple of years, I thought I would try to make some sense of it.
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major project of mine for the last three years has been to trace the origin and development of the ideas that led to today’s alt-right activists. They have emerged on the political scene suddenly and with impressive ferocity. Some people just assume that they represent nothing but a melange of hate and racism. This is too simple. Even the most dumbed-down political movement is built by slaves of defunct philosophers. But which ones? And does the worldview cohere to the point that we can anticipate the patterns and policies of this group?
A young lady confidently walked around the room with a raised glass of water while leading a seminar and explaining stress management to her audience. Everyone knew she was going to ask the ultimate question, ‘Half empty or half full?’ She fooled them all. “How heavy is this glass of water?” she inquired with a smile. Answers called out ranged from 8 oz. To 20 oz. She replied, “The absolute weight doesn’t matter. It depends on how long I hold it. If I hold it for a minute, that’s not a problem. If I hold it for an hour, I’ll have an ache in my right arm. If I hold it for a day, you’ll have to call an ambulance. In each case it’s the same weight, but the longer I hold it, the heavier it becomes.” She continued, “and tha...
The election has taken place and, regardless of the outcome, there will be many who did not feel as if it went their way. In fact, you may be experiencing deep discouragement and despair. You may even wonder if it is over for America. I would like to offer a beacon of hope with a little story of John Quincy Adams, U.S. president from 1825-1829. He was the only president who served in Congress after his presidency and he did so for 17 years. Adams was a representative from Massachusetts in a congress that was 80 percent pro slavery. He worked tirelessly to end that evil institution.
“Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.”—Martin Luther King Jr. There’s an ill will blowing across the country. The economy is tanking. The people are directionless, and politics providesno answer. And like former regimes, the militarized police have stepped up to provide a façade of law and order manifested by an overt violence against the citizenry. Despite the revelations of the past several years, nothing has changed to push back against the American police state. Our freedoms—especially the Fourth Amendment—continue to be choked out by a prevailing view among government bureaucrats that they have the right to search, seize, strip, scan, spy on, probe, pat down, taser, and arrest any individual at any time and for the slightest provoc...
My good friend Robert Jeffress was a guest on my program on Monday, and we had a frank talk about his enthusiastic public support for Donald Trump. In the course of our conversation, he said that the Bible doesn’t tell us how to vote, since there were no such things as elections in the Old Testament. I have a gentlemen’s disagreement on this score with Dr. Jeffress, a friendly disagreement rooted in a straightforward understanding of Exodus 18.
This election season has made many Americans even more cynical about our democratic system of government. There is clearly political upheaval underway in America and around the world. This massive disturbance of the status quo has been fueled in large part by more people getting better, faster information from many sources on the internet. Previously, news on political debates was controlled by a few powerful newspapers or broadcast television. The New York Times, which used to set the daily agenda for national media coverage, had the motto “all the news that’s fit to print.” But who decided what was “fit” for the public to know?
This is the web site of Georgia Insight newsletter, produced and distributed for over 25 years by Sue Ella Deadwyler, who has been called by God to be a “watchman on the wall.” As a long-time member of national Eagle Forum, Sue Ella served as Coordinator of Eagle Forum of Georgia for 2 years and served several years as Chairman of Georgia Women’s Forum, which is also affiliated with national Eagle Forum. She is recent past President of Eagle Forum of Georgia and is now serving as Capital Correspondent for both Georgia Insight and Eagle Forum of Georgia. Sue Ella has also produced and recorded daily and weekly commentaries for over 20 years. Her commentaries have been aired regularly through the years on various radio stations in the Atlanta area. You can hear current commentaries on WMVV ...
I see something going on. These hack sites put a lot of truth out….then slip in some lies. Thats how they deceive us. We share them when they are right and it gives them credibility and then when they put lies out, its easy to deceive people. Thats how the politicians are doing it too. They say so much we agree with, and they hook us. Then they lie, and we accept it because, well, they must be good cause they said so much truth. Look, even Satan can use truth! Thats the whole part of a deception…there is just enough truth to make it sound good and then we dont see the lie for what it is….the use of the truth was to promote the lie! Folks this is what discernment is about. The reason that the deception is convincing is because so much truth was used to validate the argumen...
Cows and Government Socialism: You have two cows. The government takes one and give one to your neighbor. Communism: You have two cows. The government takes them both and promises you milk but you starve. Fascism: You have two cows. The government takes them and sells you the milk. Bureaucracy: You have two cows. The government takes them both, shoots one, milks the other, pays you for the milk, and then pours it down the drain. Capitalism: You have two cows. You sell one and buy a bull. Bain Capitalism: You have two cows. You sell one, force the other to produce the milk of four cows and then act surprised when it drops dead. Redistributionism: You have two cows. The government taxes you to the point that you must sell them both in order to support someone else who already got a free cow ...
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