Looking back on 2020, it was a year of great promise turned ugly. From COVID to lockdowns to racial issues to radical violence to a disputed election, America and Americans were under extraordinary pressure. We didn’t get a break. For the first time in history, healthy people were quarantined. The economy was locked down. The…

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When we speak of politics being played in an ill-gotten manner, we think of big party bosses with cigars dangling out of their mouths in a smoke-filled backroom making deals that hurt some and help others. This is not, however, the modern version of smoke-filled backroom politics. Today, it’s much more sophisticated—voter machines that apparently…

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There has been an ongoing progressive revolution in this country for over two decades, and historically, maybe over 110 years. Progressives, the polite term for socialists or communists, keep chipping away at the rights guaranteed by the Constitution, waging class and race warfare, and changing social norms with the end game of toppling America. The…

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President Trump signed into law the $2.3 Trillion COVID Relief and Spending bill. What’s another $2.3 Trillion among friends, right? The window dressing on this socialist venture is that the president can go back to Congress and demand that wasteful spending be removed from the bill, that voter fraud be investigated and looking into holding…

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Growing up on the farm on the fringe of the snow belt in Northeastern Ohio left many memories of snowy Christmas seasons. Christmas time was always special at our house because Christmas Eve also was my father’s birthday. He often said that when he was young, it didn’t seem fair that he only got a…

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By Pastor William Agbeti and Bill Wilson Each week Pastor William Agbeti sends me pictures of those whom our ministry provides with food. We see the smiling faces with momentary joy knowing they and their families have food for yet another week. But we also know that looming deep down inside is the thought about…

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There is a prevailing mindset among politicians in America that the government must provide everything for everybody, except those who are culturally cancelled. Take for instance the most recent COVID relief bill—5,593 action packed pages of pork, most of which doesn’t have anything to do with COVID, and everything to do with an uninterrupted flow…

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As we approach Christmas and the deadline for electors to choose the president, we as Americans, are faced with extraordinary and unprecedented times. These are times when we are told repeatedly that there is no evidence of election fraud, yet there are many documented reports saying there has been massive chicanery going on with the…

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Like sands through the hour glass, the time to resolve election integrity issues is slipping by. Many options are being considered in attempt to get the court system, state legislators and the US Congress to take action. Sunday, the President and his legal counsel filed suit with the Supreme Court to consider the constitutionality of…

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My senior year in college seemed like a particularly long one, especially winter quarter. The weather was chilling to the bone. My roommate Jimmy and I had signed up for an agronomy class at 8:00 in the morning. Ohio State’s campus was huge and it was over a mile trek to the old classroom in…

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