Ron Edwards (39)
Proverbs 1:3-5 In the Bible the word states: To receive instruction in wise behavior, righteousness, justice and equity; to give prudence to the naïve, to the youth knowledge and discretion, a wise man of understanding will acquire wise counsel.
My fellow Americans, until very recently, our republic was on a very slippery slope to oblivion. It is easy to simply place blame on the previous administration for the numerous evil deeds carried out to bring harm to our republic while benefiting our enemies as often as possible. But truth be told many throughout this land of liberty, from various walks of life are also guilty for the near death of America.
When the Founding Fathers gave us documents such as the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, Federalist Papers and others, they had to lean upon a common understanding of government, morality, law and proper social order. That understanding sprang from what was a universal acceptance of what became known as the Judeo-Christian Ethic. That is a system of social and moral values that originates in the Old and New Testaments of the word of God.
For numerous decades black Americans have bought, hook- line and sinker one of the biggest lies involving American history. There are several mega lies that black Americans believe. But for now, I will focus on the double whopper that democrats care about black Americans and that slavery is to blame for the societal ills suffered by black Americans today.
Since 1973 the United States of America has allowed the legal murder of probably well over 90 million unborn babies. Most reports estimate between 56 to 70 million American deaths due to abortion.
The leftist war against Christianity, common decency, America, good education, the two original genders, straight men, Trump, black Americans who left the democrat party plantation, women who appreciate their husbands, etc., etc. seems to be never ending.
When we review the history of the great American Revolution, the abolitionist movement, and the civil rights movement, we discovered that when a monumental battle for Liberty and Justice was at hand, faith in God was there to strengthen the sincere activists.
Throughout the annals of history, particularly here in the United States of America, there has been a constant battle between good and those who hate what is good.
Going all the way back to the time of Nimrod, a percentage of
When I was a little boy growing up in Cleveland, the first twelve years of my life the neighborhood in which we resided was rather ideal. It was not an elegant showplace like Shaker Heights or the upper west side of Manhattan by any stretch of the imagination.