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The Birth of Liberty-Day 4

                      Photo Credit: Library of Congress, painting by J. Trumbell It’s the 4thof July and so today we celebrate America’s separation from British rule, formally ratified through the Declaration of Independence. … Continue reading

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The Birth of Liberty-Day 2

As we move on from Day 1 in this series of quotes from our Founding Fathers, we come to Samuel Adams, second cousin to John Adams and a major architect of the American Revolution and in helping to shape the … Continue reading

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How Blessed We Are

It’s always good to remember the liberty our country was founded on and the sacrifices so many made for us to live in such freedom and comfort today.  Happy 241st Independence Day America!

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A Brexiting We Go…

What a great day it was for this thing called freedom and the people who care about such things as national sovereignty, economic independence and cultural pride! Oh there will be cries of economic doom, of racism and xenophobia by … Continue reading

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Does Society Still Value Freedom?

The theme of freedom has been popping up several times lately,  which for me usually signals the beginning labor pains of a  blog post struggling to be released. The sooner I tackle it, the quicker I can get some relief, … Continue reading

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God’s Value and Self Worth

Do you ever wake up and think well here it is, the day everyone finally discovers how much of an impostor you are at playing this thing called life? Like it’s something everyone but you managed to figure out and … Continue reading

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Freedom Through Self Acceptance

We are programmed to like beautiful things. The butterfly above is most certainly visually pleasant to look at, but I would argue what makes it more so is the fact that it could care less what you or I think … Continue reading

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Scaredy Cat

Death by spider is definitely not on my list of preferred ways to exit this world and chances are pretty slim, I hope, it would ever go down this way. Except, I’ve seen a lot of spiders in my yard … Continue reading

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Because Freedom Means Something

Senator Tom Coburn, R -Oklahoma, who is retiring come January gave a farewell speech that epitomizes my thoughts on political freedom and why it’s so important.  Here’s an excerpt…. “I think about my father. He had a fifth-grade education. A … Continue reading

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Pear Harbor Must Not Be Forgotten

It’s difficult to fathom the horrific trauma that occurred when the Japanese attacked Pear Harbor and the huge significance of America entering WWII because of it.  9/11 is the only frame of reference for me and though there are many … Continue reading

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