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The past of this nation is riddled with numerous shifts in direction. Yet always,at its core is a willingness and drive to accomplish something greater than itself. From the left and right wing of our government great things have indeed been done. Despite this fact do not assume things are now as they have been in the past.
Once rugged individualism and an overwhelming compassionate nature divided us. A healthy balance. Something that represented the internal struggle in us all. A need to rely on ourselves for solutions and the helping hand we are compelled to lend to others. However this understandable distinction is not what divides us today. At present the difference between the two warring factions of our nation is drawn with two very different lines. We are faced now with a citizenry diametrically opposed at a very basic level. The conservative base of today finds itself standing…
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For many of us the evening of that Tuesday felt like the beginning…of the end. This was not what we had hoped for, worked toward. Now we are faced with another election– this time we have a chance to undo what occurred in 2008. We have an opportunity to work against Obama and fight the failed policies he has enacted. But how? What is our strategy? Doubtless there will be many strategies, but one thing we must combat is the main stream media. This may be a tough assignment but for those of us who enjoy a challenge and a battle against the forces of evil it may be fun and another experience behind us.
Enter the Citizen Journalist. Andrew Breitbart has become a hero to many of us. His willingness to fight against what he believed to be wrong is inspiring. I may not agree with him on everything…
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I just received a comment from someone on wordpress.com who is a total anti-Semite. I will not give the address of that blog, because I will not bring attention to that garbage. I believe in free speech, and that person has the right to believe whatever he or she wants, but I will not give that blog the time of day. The sad thing is that person thought that I maybe be on my side, so he commented on a post. The owner of that blog gives conservatives a bad name. If you are that person, please do not follow this site. You have the right to the freedom of speech, but I have the right not to listen to crap.
Hello everyone. I want to talk about some changes to the blog. WordPress.com has been a great home to this blog, but I am a capitalist. If I am going to do something with my time, I would like to try make money with it, so as soon as its possible, I am switching the blog over to a self-hosted site using WordPress.org. The address for this blog will be http://lifelibertyandthepursuitofmovies.com which is up right now if you want to see how it will look. I plan to use WordPress’ site redirect when I do the switchover which I will announce soon. For now you will receive the blog using the current address.
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P.S. The second part of Project AL will be out this week. The Project is a philosophical piece about insights I see in my life about our civilization, and what we can do to save it. You will see how it fits together with the 3rd part, which tells you what the initials A.L. mean.
I have been asked to define what it means to be a Christian American Conservative. After all, that’s how I identify myself and that is what it says on the top of this blog, since I began this exercise in ranting and raving in April of 2010.
Let’s perform a dissection, shall we?
First word: Christian – A follower of Jesus Christ.
I was raised as a Christian by my parents and accepted Christ as my personal Savior many years ago.
Here are some interesting things about Christianity to consider, written by Dr. Ray Pritchard and posted on christianity.com:
1) The name “Christian” was not invented by early Christians. It was a name given to them by others.
2) Christians called themselves by different names—disciples, believers, brethren, saints, the elect, etc.
3) The term apparently had a negative meaning in the beginning: “those belonging to the Christ party.”
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