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Flag Day

Today we honor the symbolism embodied in our nation's flag. Not the cloth and colors that artfully work together, those physical things are meaningless without the spirit of freedom our flag has come to represent. Congressional clergyman Henry Ward Beecher said:

"A thoughtful mind, when it sees a Nation's flag, sees not the flag only, but the Nation itself; and whatever may be its symbols, its insignia, he reads chiefly in the flag the Government, the principles, the truths, the history which belongs to the Nation that sets it forth."

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What Happened to the Republican Majority?

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2016 was full of promises and a landslide Republican victory in the Presidency, the House, and the Senate! But do we remember what those promises were? 

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Constitution and Current Events: America, Where Goest Thou?

This exciting seminar answers the question burning in every American's heart:

"Is America here by chance or by design?" 

$10.00

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The Rising Generation for America

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Criteria for a Candidate

What kind of man was President George Washington? Was he loud, agressive, and crude? Or was he certain, solid, and dignified? With these questions in mind, what kind of man do we want to take up his legacy for the next four years?  

We all want representatives that will help us reestablish the checks and balances. We yearn for leaders we can look up to as standards of morality. Imperfect men, yes, but sincere Christians; men who make mistakes but are willing to repent, and do their best every day.

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Understanding the Difference Between Liberty And Freedom

Understanding the Difference Between Liberty

And Freedom in Our Founding Documents

Will Help Us Regain What We Have Lost

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Jim Noorlander

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Free Market Economics

Free Market Economics

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Wall of Protection

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The Most Powerful Political Office in the World

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