The summer of 1969 shortly after I turned 14, Dad decided to expand the horse business marked by the building of a 30 ft X 60 ft horse barn. He had a crew come in and drill the holes and set the poles and the trusses—in other words, frame it out. The rest was up…

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The most recent Minneapolis City Council meeting should become the anthem for liberal cause and effect. In June the Council bowed to Black Lives Matter and Antifa activists to pledge to defund the police and replace them with some undefined social workers called “violence interrupters.” Since then, Minneapolis Police Department crime data indicates that more…

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Israel, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain further solidified their political unity Tuesday by formalizing historic diplomatic agreements as brokered by the White House and hailed by President Trump as “the dawn of a new Middle East.” The pacts aligned the nations and deepened their opposition to Iran’s efforts of hegemony in the region. There are…

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The political narrative is that police are routinely killing black people. But this is refuted by a comprehensive Harvard study of police data indicating that police are less likely to use lethal force against black civilians than with white suspects. The study of a 15-year period on police data regarding racial differences is contained in…

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Law enforcement officers are under fire across the nation. Efforts to defund the police are taking place wherever there are Black Lives Matter and Antifa protests. Chicago continues its murderous crime wave. “Violent protests” continue in various large cities, but the problem is, they are not protests once they turn violent as the media fails…

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About five miles from the farm was a very small village called Wayland. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, Wayland was a thriving community sporting a creamery, a basket factory, a general store, post office and train depot. Wayland also had two churches, a Welsh Congregational and a Baptist Church, later joining together into…

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From 1981 officially through 1996, I was a political media and messaging strategist for conservative and Christian candidates for office. Every Labor Day weekend, I took three days off. Went camping. Got away from people. Cleared my mind. Prayed. It was a time of reflection and introspect, aligning and realigning with the Lord. I took…

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One of the evilest systems upon the face of the earth is the trafficking of humans, especially children. We see in the United States the horror of it all through the reporting surrounding the Jeffrey Epstein human trafficking ring in which many prominent politicians and wealthy businesspeople participate with impunity. Beneath that high-end is an…

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A Princeton study aimed at showing that the vast majority of protests across America are peaceful actually confirmed that 96% of major urban areas experienced violence and rioting. The report concludes: “Peaceful protests are reported in over 2,400 distinct locations around the country. Violent demonstrations, meanwhile, have been limited to fewer than 220 locations ​—…

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In a small farming community neighbors help neighbors. In fact, most everybody knows everybody. That’s the way it was when I was growing up. We were not divided by politics, nor by race or religion. The weather was no respecter of persons, as the Lord reminds us in Matthew 5:45, “He [God} makes His sun…

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