Joe Biden Is America’s Most Dangerous Candidate, And He Doesn’t Even Know It!
- By Callahan Burton, Age 17
(Reprinted from Conservative Business Jornal.Com, published Aug. 2, 2020, by John Di Lemme).
Rewind to April 25, 2019, when former Vice President Joe Biden announced his candidacy for the 2020 Presidential election. His proclamation surprised few, and he was immediately declared the Democratic front-runner.
Even with this early boost, most people predicted that his age and close ties to the establishment would send his campaign to a premature death, similar to Jeb Bush’s demise in 2016. As time progressed, these suspicions were confirmed, as Biden unquestionably performed poorly in debates, had little turnout at his rallies, and dismal results in the early primaries.
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What Is Happening to Our Democracy? Oh Wait, I Mean Our REPUBLIC!
- By John Bennett, Vice-President, Understanding The Threat
(Reprinted from UTT Newsletter, July 16, 2020)
With all the turmoil going on in the world today I worry greatly about the future of America, your future, my kid’s future, my grandkids’ future. How did we get to where we are today? Such a lawless nation? Where did the rule of law go? Why is our nation in such a moral decline? Why is our constitution being ignored and our rights being infringed upon? Is it my fault? Your fault? Your teacher’s fault? Society’s fault? Is it a failing form of government?
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The New Conservative Nightmare
- By Joseph M Bianchi
With the specter of out of control Covid-19 increasing fear and economic ruin, and with the Black Lives Matter Movement (BLM) gaining national prominence—in addition to protests and violence in our streets, America is certainly living in interesting times.
For many on the Left, there is a feeling that the upheaval has been a long time coming; racial and economic disparity, along with police brutality against people of color, could no longer be tolerated. Something had to give. And it has.
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Free-Enterprise Capitalism vs. Socialism
- By Allan Brown - Greenville, SC
Socialism was being promoted in the U.S. long before Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected President and began implementing his socialist agendas. The national media, public education, university professors, politicians, the entertainment industry, and assorted propagandists continue to proclaim socialism the path to Utopia and capitalism the “Jack the Ripper” of economics.
Many have been led to believe Acts 2.44-47 in the Bible justifies a socialist economy, failing to understand believers in that passage voluntarily agreed to share their possessions equally – they were not forced to do so a socialist political state.
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Riots, Police, the US Government and Our Constitutional Republic
- By Joan Holleman Brown, Writer for the Summerville Journal Scene, Summerville, S.C.
Years ago, about 11:00 PM I exited the Cooper River Bridge from Mt. Pleasant and merged onto I-26 toward Summerville. Suddenly, one tire exploded! Driving slowly on the tire rim, I finally found a place wide enough to pull over. Around midnight I began to pray for help. Miraculously, a young, off-duty, black police officer stopped to help me. He changed my tire and sent me on my way. Feeling eternally grateful, I mailed our Charleston policeman a thank you note. This story exemplifies America’s vision of our men in blue.
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July 4th: Seeking God for Liberty in Times of Masks and Division
- By Alveda King Ministries
Every summer, July 4th, Independence Day, is centered between June 19th, Juneteenth, and August 28th, I HAVE A DREAM DAY. This summer is no different; yet everything is different. Each of these days was once a much anticipated holiday; a monthly celebration denoting a cry for freedom and liberty.
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“The Forgotten War”, Remembered
- By Lew Perry
At this time of year here in South Carolina and all across the nation, Korean War Veterans will remember the outbreak of the Korean War June 25th, 1950.
Because the Korean War came about on the heels of WWII, and because we were not directly attacked, ie: Pearl Harbor, many people, and our Government, could not accept the need to go to war in Korea. For that reason, and for the 70 years that have followed, it is still regarded as the “Forgotten War” denying our Korean War Veterans the honor and respect they have earned.
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