The American Chronicles: A ride to the wild side

Chris, our son Christian, his fiancé Claire and myself spent some time at Chincoteague, Va camping, well maybe glamping on the island noted for the wild pony roundups each year. The ponies are registered descendants of a Spanish galleon that wrecked off the coast of nearby Assateague Island hundreds of years ago. The ponies were…

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Supreme Court dismantling deep state?

We have seen first-hand over the past several years the dark sinister actions of what has been called the deep state, administrative state, the permanent bureaucracy, and most notably, the swamp. We witnessed how the FBI, in conjunction with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama used the secret FISA Court to spy on the Donald Trump…

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Stupidocrisy: There they go again

The Democratic Party is in sheer panic mode after Joe Biden’s poor debate performance. There have been many stories where the party faithful are wringing their hands about what to do. Some have even called for him to step down in an apparent admission that Biden has dementia and his continued candidacy will pull down…

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The Abortion Debate

The debate exchange between Donald Trump and Joe Biden regarding abortion was revealing and was so botched by Biden it may have taken away the Democratic Party’s keystone issue for the 2024 elections. In 1980, Ronald Reagan stated very clearly his position on abortion. In discussing this later, he said that many would agree with…

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Forgiveness

In 2012, Christian singer and songwriter Matthew West released the song “Forgiveness” that quickly rose to number two on the Hot Christian Songs chart. The song was inspired by a mother who forgave a drunk driver that killed her 20-year-old daughter. In it, West talks about the true liberty in forgiveness. He sings, “Help me…

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Our heritage and our freedom

Blessings to America and her sons and daughters on this day; the celebration of our nation.  But the nation we know and love as America, The United States of America, really began in the early 1600’s when settlers came from other countries, mainly England, on an adventure that spawned the beacon of freedom and the…

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Reflection of the struggle for liberty

As we approach the day of our Independence from Britain, it may be helpful to be reminded of the sufferance of the Founding Fathers and what was going through their minds as they decided to take on the most powerful political and military force on the planet. They said, “A Prince whose character is thus…

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Standing on the Liberty of God

There are a lot of bad things going on in the world-the Hamas war, the lack of jobs, politicians releasing criminals that kill steal and destroy lives, the underhanded dealings of the IRS, government spying, giving Iran nuclear capability, celebrating debauchery–it all seems overwhelming. Each problem seems to be building on the other far faster…

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Got Tzitzit?

I remember as a kid the old folks would tie a string around their finger to remember something they were supposed to do. In my work, I keep an open Word document on my desktop titled “To Do.” Whenever a client call comes in, I take notes in the “To Do” doc so I don’t…

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Daily Jot Special Report: Debate Takeaways

There are at least five key takeaways from the Presidential Debate hosted and moderated by CNN on Thursday night. It should have been apparent to anyone watching that Joe Biden is not the President. He may be occupying the seat. It is, however, a very sad testament to anyone who has a family member experiencing…

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