Category: History

Laughter for the Mind, Body and Soul

Humor is one of the greatest gifts from a sovereign God although most people see no connection between God and laughter. Ancient Hebrews knew the advantage of laughter. Proverbs 17:22 clearly teaches “A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a…

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Islam: A History of Violence

According to many on the left, the Bible is far more violent than anything found within the Qur’an. The military conquest of the land of Canaan by the Hebrews circa 1200 BC is often characterized as “genocide” and the idea…

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Islam Has No Claim to Jerusalem

Islam has no claim to Jerusalem, period – never has – never will. Egyptian scholar Youssef Ziedan, who specializing in Arabic and Islamic studies, is the director of the Manuscript Center at the University of Alexandria, and author of more than 50…

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Druidism

Druidism was not the worship of some ancient pagans as most of the left would have you to believe.  Ancient British Druidism was the center and the source of civil and ecclasiastical knowledge and practice. The Order constituted its churches,…

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The Lincoln Puzzle

After his death, for many, Lincoln became a symbolic Christ, and for others perhaps, more than symbolic.  So it is right and fitting, given the legacy laid at his feet, and the resultant and seemingly unstoppable growth of the “Behemoth” managerial…

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Muslim Slave Trade of Africans

  Obama calls for the redistribution of  people’s   wealth.  To quote Obama, “My individual salvation can’t come about without some kind of collective salvation for the country. Collective  Salvation  seeks the subjugation of religious freedoms to those adequate to government’s desires.…

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God and Natural Law

When the original thirteen American colonies issued the Declaration of Independence (1776) they briefly described what they wanted to do. What they described was simple and profound—they wanted “to institute a new Government … as shall seem to them most…

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Surrounded by Tyrants

After the Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991, democracy was thought to be irresistible. Instead, barely a quarter-century passed before democracy and freedom were once again enmeshed in the struggle against tyranny. In March of this year, Vladimir Putin was re-elected…

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Evil Wills – Apathy Condones

“Apathy and evil. The two work hand in hand. They are the same, really…. Evil wills it. Apathy allows it. Evil hates the innocent and the defenseless most of all. Apathy doesn’t care as long as it’s not personally inconvenienced.”  …

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Family Bonds

Alexis de Tocqueville once wrote that an American will build a house in which to pass his old age and sell it before the roof is on; he will plant a garden and abandon it just as the trees are…

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The Radical Transformation of Education

“Education: That which discloses to the wise and disguises from the foolish their lack of understanding.”   Ambrose Bierce, For over a decade, Dr. James Pesta, associate professor of English at the University of Wisconsin, has been polling students about…

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Who Speaks The Language Of The Declaration?

U.S. Senator John McCain has reportedly “ripped President Donald Trump in an interview, saying… “He’s an individual that unfortunately is not anchored by a set of principles. I think he’s a person who takes advantage of situations…. But I don’t…

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