Tag Archives: Civic Duty

“GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH!”

“They knew their Trotsky, their Lenin, their Adolph Hitler. What did all of these men say? ‘Give me the children and I will own the nation’s future.’” Sebastian Gorka so paraphrased the methodology of the Nazis and Soviets in taking … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING THE LESSON OF THE PARABLE OF THE TEN VIRGINS

The outcomes of the 2019 elections just concluded in Virginia were not what conservatives hoped and worked for. The State House turned liberal with the assurance that the 2018-19 agenda posed by progressives in Richmond will now be enacted in … Continue reading

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VICTIMS OR HEROES — HOW DO YOU SEE OTHER PEOPLE?

Dr. Michael Otaigbe (@Michaelotaigbe) writes Dr. Otaigbe’s Wisdom Newsletter. Here is a little excerpt from from what he published on Veterans Day 2019. I am inspired by Napoleon Hill’s story of a North Carolina wagon builder who when he “cleared … Continue reading

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