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The Farm Chronicles: Happy Jim and Camels

The summer of 1969 shortly after I turned 14, Dad decided to expand the horse business marked by the building ...
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Where are the police?

The most recent Minneapolis City Council meeting should become the anthem for liberal cause and effect. In June the Council ...
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Prophetic analysis of the Middle East peace accords

Israel, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain further solidified their political unity Tuesday by formalizing historic diplomatic agreements as brokered by ...
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Political police narratives don’t match the truth

The political narrative is that police are routinely killing black people. But this is refuted by a comprehensive Harvard study ...
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The prophecy of lawlessness

Law enforcement officers are under fire across the nation. Efforts to defund the police are taking place wherever there are ...
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The Farm Chronicles: Nickels and Dimes

About five miles from the farm was a very small village called Wayland. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, ...
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From now until the election

From 1981 officially through 1996, I was a political media and messaging strategist for conservative and Christian candidates for office. ...
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In this political season human trafficking rises

One of the evilest systems upon the face of the earth is the trafficking of humans, especially children. We see ...
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The principalities and politics of revolution

A Princeton study aimed at showing that the vast majority of protests across America are peaceful actually confirmed that 96% ...
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The Farm Chronicles: Closer than a brother

In a small farming community neighbors help neighbors. In fact, most everybody knows everybody. That’s the way it was when ...
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