The Liberty Approach to Correcting the Lawlessness Pandemic

Hello, Maximus, 

I thought it better to reply by correspondence to your most recent text message. My motivation is to provide a meaningful reply to an emotional encounter with, Herodias.

Having been an employer myself, I can fully appreciate you coming to the defense of your loyal employee. I’m sure you are well aware of the maxim of business, “The customer is always right.” A lot of folks believe that, and I did, too.

However, after twenty-six years erecting and operating a business in Oregon, three years in business in Japan, and three years developing and managing the delivery service for Full Circle Farm, it is my observation, experience, and conclusion that the customer is not always right, nor is the proprietor always right—that would be to view them as a seeable lawgiver (idol). Rather, the truth (truth is a Person) is always right, and it is from that foundation I will share my view of reality.

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Why I Love America: A Death Blow to Socialism

America in her 200-year founding era (1620-1820) is evidence of a body of people who astonished the world in the art of thinking, and that governmentally. Thinking is literally a life or death skill—life being the freeman and death being the slavish mentality. Either by force or threat of force, being subject to the will of another is a form of slavery. Slavery or indentured servitude through bureaucratic agencies is not the American way, except as punishment for a crime.

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The Patriotic Duty of American Christian Mothers

Nursing American Back to Freedom

Today’s America is grossly immature—a slave to the dictates of agencies foreign to our American way of life of self-government. America is unable to solve a national problem with honor as an example of national maturity and national security in the neighborhood of nations.

It is not news. America is ill unto death of the true American Dream—self-governance. 

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God's Report Prevailing Over the Evil Report of Coronavirus

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Tribute to the Life and Ministry of James B. Rose

  

 September 17, 1931 - January 19, 2019

 

 

Mr. James B. Rose is the first man outside my father in an echelon of men who’ve influenced the course and direction of my life for good. James Rose was to me a friend, counselor, spiritual father, and master teacher of America’s Christian history, government, and education. What I heard, embodied in this man, I was not satisfied to limit to a classroom or lecture. James Rose was a man to pursue, and I did so while also embracing his family—thank you for the hospitality, Barbara—and his ministry associates.

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Celebrating the NEW Man or the New Year?

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Restoring American Christian Education—The Man Who Defined America

American patriots who choose to educate their children in public schools desire instruction in the principles and values of the Founding Fathers. Yet rarely do we think of a Founding Father connected with the education responsible for defining and producing a free people—a free nation.

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Fulfill​ Your Duty to God and Country

Do you want to truly understand and appreciate what America stands for? Life and liberty are war, conflict, and hardship. Ease, comfort, and passivity are not the American way. Excessive consumption of games and entertainment is not the breakfast of champions. The character of a free people, a free nation is born out of persevering in adversity, trials, and difficulty.

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