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The Issue of a Sovereign Nation

September 22, 2017
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The Issue of a Sovereign Nation

Much criticism has been levied at President Trump for his emphasis in his United Nations speech, on the separation of sovereign nations. This emphasis came in contradistinction to Obamas push for submission to the UN and a world community. It is being seen as a slap in the face of the UN and of other…

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Where are the Fathers?

September 19, 2017
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Where are the Fathers?

Where are the Fathers? I remember well the day my father died. I was driving to a conference, where I was the main speaker. The call shocked my world. I knew dad was old and ill and that inevitably this day would come. But I did not expect it then, now, or maybe ever. Dad…

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Something Good from Recent Disasters

September 7, 2017
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Something Good from Recent Disasters

One of the great fall outs of the Hurricanes in the South Eastern United States is that people are taking care of themselves and their neighbors, without government permission. That’s right! The liberal backlash is uncovering the conservative conspiracy to take responsibility, show initiative and solve problems without the government doing it all for us.…

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The Tyranny of the Offended

August 25, 2017
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The Tyranny of the Offended

By David Fritsche Th.D. “I am offended!” “It is your fault that I am offended!” “The solution to my problem is that you stop offending me!” “My actions, while offended, are your fault!” And so the line of reason goes… We live in a nation and culture where free speech is paramount to our community…

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Riots and Blame – Fighting the Past vs Moving into the Future

August 23, 2017
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Riots and Blame – Fighting the Past vs Moving into the Future

For more than 30 years I served in the role of counselor, at the church I pastored and at the college I administered. There is one secure and sane principle in dealing with people who are having problems with their past or someone else’s past. That is to redirect their focus and get them move…

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Unintended Consequences

July 29, 2017
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Unintended Consequences

There is a law called “the law of unintended consequences. It basically describes the shortsightedness of our human mental capacity and covers our ignorance of the things we did not think of. It is best seen, at my house, when I chop of the dead tree limb and it falls on top of the car.…

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“Why can’t we all just get along?”

July 24, 2017
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“Why can’t we all just get along?”

During the 1992 riots in South/East Los Angeles, Rodney King uttered and popularized the phrase, “Why can’t we all just get along?” There were other phrases that were never asked but maybe should have been, like: “Why can’t you stay off of drugs and obey a lawful order of a police officer? “Why did you…

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July 2, 2017
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Let Freedom Ring! On this July 4th holiday, let us remember our heritage, our freedoms and those who have paid the price to protect them. Freedom, liberty and the rights of the people should never be defined by the government to the people. It must always be defined by the people to their government. Government,…

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Changes in Nature

June 29, 2017
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Changes in Nature

I stopped at a sample cart in Costco the other day when I saw the sign for “Organic“ Gluten Free crackers. I asked the lady if this meant that I could no longer get inorganic crackers made from non-living matter, like rocks and sand? She just stared at me and then started to recite the…

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California: How to paint yourself into a corner

June 27, 2017
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California: How to paint yourself into a corner

AB 1887 became law in California on January 1.  This bill prohibits a state agency and the Legislature from requiring any of its employees, officers, or members to travel to, or approving a request for state-funded or state-sponsored travel to, any state that, after June 26, 2015, has enacted a law that voids or repeals,…

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