“A fool can ask more questions than a wise man can answer.” My mother used to quote that adage frequently. I guess she was right. Anyone can ask “why” about anything and make themselves sound pretty convincing. Along that vein, anyone can criticize what someone else does, because it’s always easier to find fault than to roll up our sleeves and pitch in to get the job done right.

A woman I worked with years ago told me that if you never stick out your neck and take risks, no one shoots at you. People are afraid to brave issues because of the potential fall-out. But if we don’t declare obvious truth in today’s world, we stand to lose everything we hold as precious and free.

I guess that’s why we have this web site: To raise issue with some of the prevailing trends of the day in our society. In particular, we focus on the sexual revolution and its effect on our children, and parents’ rights to raise their kids the way they want to. We are willing to challenge what is happening, regardless of the repercussions and the left’s accusations.

Patrick Henry proclaimed, “Give me liberty, or give me death!” Back in colonial days, our forefathers DID speak out against tyranny and taxes and for freedom. They were unmindful of the consequences, should they be negative. Some actually gave their lives THEN so we could have our freedoms NOW. Ultimately, they made a sacrifice for us and we must do the same thing for coming generations. If we don’t, they will not enjoy the freedoms we have today.

Either we stand for something or we fall for anything, which is the case for transgenderism and the whole sexual revolution. We need to speak out about the fallacies of males not identifying as males and wanting special rights as self-identified females and vice versa.

The past several decades of ‘political correctness’ have whitewashed loyal Americans’ minds so that they fear pushing back against the LGBTQ agenda, socialism, racism, and so on. They fear retaliation from their friends and the media. It’s high time Americans rise up and take a stand for what is morally correct and right! If we don’t, we are TOAST! Remember: We are not fighting against flesh and blood, but against the powers of darkness.

Equip yourself with knowledge of God’s word and prayer. Then, armed in His might, stand for the truth! Attend county supervisors’ and school board meetings and let your voice be heard on critical issues. We’re at a cross-road, folks! Wield your influence while it still counts!

Where can you find the information you need? The links below contain a wealth information about the school board and and the board of county supervisors including records of past meetings and the agenda for future meetings.

— Posted by Tom Salmon for Doris, a fellow member of the Prince William and Manassas Family Alliance

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  1. Tom,
    Your choice of feature image proverb is probably the reason King Solomon decided to write one Proverb never to answer a fool…..

    …unless it pertains to uproot moral absolutes……which is in my opinion why Christians when it is wise and not foolish to speak out tin answer to he concerns you are bringing up..


    Regards and goodwill blogging.

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