One Vote: Make Your Voice Heard

One Vote: Make Your Voice Heard

Discover the True Power of the Ballot. The vast majority of Americans feel that our nation is moving in the wrong direction, but we feel powerless to do anything about it. Maybe, that’s why in the presidential election of 2012, more people did not vote than voted for either candidate. We, the people, must realize we hold the power through our one vote. If we do not exercise that power, we have no right to complain! Continue Reading

Phoning It In On Election Day


With so much at stake, millions of Americans still did not participate in the midterm elections this week.
When the governing structure of our nation was put together, the Founders were excited about the prospect of a nation that placed the needs and desires of its citizens on a higher pedestal than those of the government itself. They also warned that it might be difficult to maintain such a government without it morphing into the usual “government knows best” model in place in most other countries of the world. Continue Reading

A Breath of Fresh Air: A New Prescription for America

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Dr. Ben Carson post National Prayer Breakfast Speech (Feb 2013). This Documentary focuses on Carson’s political transformation since the speech. Continue Reading

Houston’s First Amendment Abuse


Our Founders were very concerned about free speech and religious freedom because they came from countries where these basic elements of American life were compromised. The First Amendment to the Constitution was carefully crafted to preclude the imposition of laws and ordinances that trample on these rights. The Houston issue goes far beyond free speech and homosexual rights. It warns us of what can happen if we are not vigilant in guarding our hard-won freedoms. Fortunately, a firestorm of immediate protests appears to have at least temporarily rolled back what was an egregious assault on all Americans, whether they realize it or not. Continue Reading

A ‘We the People’ Moment For A ‘Can-Do’ Nation


Historically, during great cultural clashes, those with strong convictions and beliefs have overcome those with weak convictions, who have lost their identity. We are now involved in a worldwide conflict with forces that wish to destroy America and our way of life. We can capitulate to the forces of political correctness and surrender everything that made us strong and unique for the sake of not offending anyone, or we can proudly embrace the values and principles that made us great, honor our Constitution and place our trust in God. This is our best safeguard. Continue Reading

How To Keep Ebola Out Of America


The point is, this is an extremely dangerous disease with the potential to spread throughout several African countries and, subsequently, into other parts of the world, including the United States. Most crises prompt warnings which, if heeded and acted upon, can avert disaster. On the other hand, if arrogance and mistakes characterize the response, horrendous results are likely to ensue. Continue Reading