Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Trees & Prophecies

It’s been some time since I read The Harbringer by Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, and I’m looking forward to reading The Harbringer II. In the first book, he explains how America is following in the footsteps of Ancient Israel, describing how in the aftermath of 9-11 we even pronounced repeatedly the same verse: “Bricks have fallen, but we will rebuild with hand-cut stones. Fig trees have been cut down, but we will replace them with cedars.” (Is 9:10)

In our case, an old sycamore tree perished at Ground Zero, and the Tree of Hope was planted, a cedar tree. Cedars are a known to be a hardy plant and should have thrived, but instead the tree withered and died since the tree symbolized America's self-sufficent defiance rather than a renewed dependency upon Him. Isaiah 9:10 was repeated by statesmen and even written on the cornerstone as they rebuilt after 9-11, but as pointed out by Rabbi Cahn, this verse in context is an arrogant statement by ancient Israel that would prompt God to stir up the nation’s enemies. 

Similarly, the cedar tree was a metaphor used by the prophet Ezekiel to represent Pharaoh. The prophet predicted Assyria’s impending conquest over Egypt. (see Ezekiel 31) It was Pharaoh’s pride  that brought him down just as Ancient Israel was brought down by her pride, and America's emerging decline from superpower status flows from our pride and presumptive illusions that it is by our own strength America rose in power and favor. It is only God’s grace and provision, His blessing, that has prospered America, and when we turned from Him, we started in our decline.

So as the Tree of Hope withered and died, rather than turning back to God as our only Hope, the city of New York looked to another tree as symbol of hope: The Survivor Tree. Growing at Ground Zero the Survivor Tree is “ a living reminder of resilience, survival, and rebirth.” You can what the 911 Memorial has to say about this tree, but they don’t understand what it represents prophetically. The hope they have placed in this tree is like the hope some have placed in socialism. What they fail to realize is that the Callery Pear is an invasive plant that originates from China. It represents how they have placed their trust in an enemy who would overpower them, and in looking to this tree for hope and inspiration, they have further tempted the wrath of God upon their city.  

But I fear the time of wrath is rapidly approaching for New York City as symbolized by yet another tree. The city boasts of being the greatest city in the world. The prideful boasts of NYC are repeated in the festivities throughout the Christmas Season, starting with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree and the New Year’s Eve broadcast. This year, there has been a lot of gossip about the Norway spruce selected for Rockefeller Center: it’s roughed up appearance as well as the story of the owl found in it’s branches. 

I am reminded of the times that the Lord has said He will bring His wrath upon New York City and wonder… could this tree be a warning of His imminent judgement? I don’t have a clear answer, and I have not heard God speak clearly on this. However, I do know that He will judge it at some point, and I have a continued concern that this Christmas Season in NYC will be marked by tragedy. We often associate owls with wisdom, coming from their ties to the Greek goddess Athena and representing the wisdom of western civilization, the prevailing wisdom of this world, but owls in the Bible symbolize destruction and desolation. In many cultures, including some native American, they are a harbinger of death. The tree, the owl, they portend something in my mind. God has not spoken to me explicitly about this season, but I wonder if He is speaking through these circumstances. 

I don’t know if this tree is a warning of impending wrath, but I feel compelled to post this blog and my impressions before the NYC festivities start, encouraging others to seek God and His direction… all the more as we see the Day approaching!

Finally, I'm reminded of what God has spoken to me in visions about trees and fallen leaves, so much of which has come true as we approach the next step in that vision that I've yet to share in it's entirety. 

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Saturday, November 21, 2020

Declaration of Thanksgiving 2020

“When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.” (

The brave men who signed our Declaration of Independence quoted above were not quick to defy the rule of King George, and if you read through the entirety of that famous document you’ll see the reasons behind their decision. They signed that declaration knowing that it fully committed them to the cause of freedom, defying a supremely powerful military empire and entrusting their future to “the protection of divine Providence”. There was no turning back from their cause, and they understood that everything was on the line when they wrote: “we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.”

In the same way, I don’t encourage civil disobedience lightly without considering the gravity and potential consequence of defying legally appointed authorities. I’m not saying it’s time to rise up in any physical way, and I’m not suggesting we draft a modern day Declaration of Independence, but I do believe we should look to the greatest law of this land and willfully disobey any unjust edicts that restrict our rights under the U.S. Constitution regardless of the origination: the President, Congress, state governors or legislatures. 

In the United States, the Constitution is the highest law crafted by man and the first ten amendments are known as The Bill of Rights. The First and Tenth Amendments speak volumes in the context of our current pandemic distress, where executive orders have shut down churches and now tell us how we are allowed to celebrate Thanksgiving. Let’s look at a couple of those rights:

Amendment I

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Amendment X

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

The Bill of Rights

There are eight amendments between the two which I’ve copied in their entirety above, but just take a look at those two brief statements and consider: is there any legitimate basis for government to shut down the gathering of people who choose to worship? Certainly, they can educate us on how to limit the spread of a contagion, but it is entirely up to us on how to respond. Government was made for the people and not people for the government. 

So if in celebration of Thanksgiving to my God or as a matter of decision by family members, we choose to gather with more people than the state believes safe, it is our right to do so. We may choose to limit the number gathered or to have other safeguards, but it is our choice. I’m not encouraging anyone to be foolish or rebellious, but I am saying explicitly that the government has no legitimate right to make these decisions for us. Take precautions as you see fit but do not grant the state more authority in our lives than our greatest law in the land has already established. 

And in the days and years ahead if that greatest of human laws should somehow be dissolved replaced by a new “constitution”, there is still and shall remain a law higher even than any law of man. It is that same Legal Authority that empowered the brave signatories of our Declaration of Independence. It is that Higher Power that we must always obey first, always with respect and consideration for others, “We must obey God rather than people” (Acts 5:29)

There may be consequences for civil disobedience, but we owe it to those brave men who put everything on the line to establish this great nation, and we owe it to our children and our children’s children to fight for their liberty. We owe it to our future selves as well to be mindful and bold in each present moment to the protection of our liberties so we will have a clear answer when asked how we responded to the governmental threat on our civil liberties.

My Declaration of Thanksgiving is simply this: 

I am grateful to have been born and raised in this land and acknowledge my responsibility to live in the freedom bestowed to me at birth by the Constitution of the United States and its Bill of Rights, resisting all influences to relinquish those liberties for both my sake and for the benefit of all my countrymen. I choose to exercise my First Amendment rights in gratitude this Thanksgiving of 2020 in civil disregard for any executive order restricting how I celebrate Thanksgiving. 

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Sunday, November 15, 2020

When to Fight

I blogged a couple years ago about How to Fight, embarrassed to find the typos that have been out there, and which I promptly cleaned up. (Well, at least the ones I noticed!) My typing hasn't improved, and my views haven't changed since I've written that blog. There is an appropriate way to fight, and it should always be with the right perspective of who we're fighting. It's not flesh and blood but principalities. Still, there is a time for taking decisive, physical action when the evil worked through human hands needs to be stopped.

Now, I believe that all truth is God's truth, so we can find God's hand outside of the Bible such as science or philosophy as long as those disciplines don't contradict what God has told us in Scripture. We know we have an enemy who is a great deceiver, who would appeal to our prideful understanding and use it to set up a barrier between ourselves and God. Because of this, we need to carefully seek the direction of the Holy Spirit in all learning, prayerfully asking for God to guide us. 

As a former naval officer as well as someone who has dabbled in the martial arts, I've been exposed to some different teachings about warfare. One that rings true with me are the five strategies. We often hear them referred to as elements, but they are really just symbolic of a fighting strategy, a mnemonic for assessing the right form of response. 

There's Earth, when you are strong enough to take a beating. It's like turning the other cheek and being able to endure an offense. And then there's Air, when you are neither changing the environment nor being impacted by it. I liken Air to being in the world but not of it, where we observe without interfering and where we are not changed by our environment. There is a time and place for this strategy, especially when we just need observe and gather more information before taking a stance.

When I first heard of the 5 elements, I had often wondered why Air and Wind were considered separate, but it makes complete sense in the context of a martial strategy. If Air is essentially avoidance, Wind attempts to the influence environment. Wind is a powerful force over time, like the power of the spoken word, that can build strength and wear down the strongest rocks. Water is similar to wind and more forceful. Much happens beneath the surface of Water, and just as Wind and waves are often seen together, so can Wind and Water be applied together to influence a societal environment while also changing it behind the scenes. 

Last of the five strategies is Fire. Fire is passionate and destructive. Fire is used to fight fires, and once you have chosen this strategy, it is difficult to come back from that path. As a midshipman, I learned that war has the tendency for the absolute, meaning that the intensity builds and retaliations escalate. When we think of fighting, physically fighting, Fire is the strategy that has been selected. 

Some people believe that physical violence is the greatest evil, and war should be avoided at all costs. But it is sometimes a useful tool to hold back tyranny, and it is always a last resort. Imagine if no one had opposed Hitler. Passivity can allow a greater evil to grow in power and secure a position that is not easily overthrown. Edmond Burke was correct in saying that the only thing evil needs to succeed is for good men to do nothing.

Looking at this polarized world, I wonder how close we've come to the point where Fire is the appropriate strategy. Two sides, claiming conflicting "facts", making it hard to discern what should be believed. The Air strategy would say: get more information. The conflicting facts can't both be true. The truth is by its very nature exclusive. It's possible that both sides are lying, but if that were the case, wouldn't we have a "middle ground' that consistently points out the lies of both polar opposites? No, it seems clear that one side has embraced lies as the Wind and Water to drive an agenda. It seems clear to me which side has no respect God or moral integrity, focused only on a lawless pursuit of agenda. Is it clear to you yet?

I had to go back to How to Fight to consider when to fight. When religious liberty and freedom of speech are taken away, then civil discourse can no longer oppose the threat of tyranny, and the only strategy left is Fire. When the other strategies are ineffective in opposing evil, then we have reached the last resort. When we are no longer strong enough to take a beating (Earth strategy), when observing and waiting is insufficient and inappropriate (Air strategy), and when the latency of Wind and Water strategies renders them ineffective in opposing tyranny, then Fire is the only strategy left. We have not reached that point yet, but I am concerned we are very close.

When Jesus sent His disciples out, it was as sheep among wolves. He told them in Matthew 10:16 to be wise as serpents and innocent as doves. It is the wisdom of snakes to avoid physical confrontation, to evade detection, position and strike quickly only when left no other choice.

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Sunday, November 8, 2020

Revelation, Interpretation and Application

Light in the Darkness
I believe the Holy Spirit is alive and well that we still see all the gifts of the Spirit working through God’s people. There are Bible believing Christians who think otherwise, and I don’t doubt they are my brothers and sisters in Christ. Some would say that there are ordinary gifts that exist today, but that extraordinary gifts that were only meant for a certain period in history as the Church was forming. A lot of their belief comes from a verse in Revelation warning against adding anything to that book and a sincere desire to obey God’s word. They base their understanding on Revelation 22:18 to not add anything to the book. However, the Greek word used describes a book of Scripture and not the entirety of Scripture as used in 2 Timothy 3:16. 

So, yes, I believe the gift of prophecy didn’t die with the last of Jesus’ twelve disciples, and I believe that God still speaks to people who humble themselves in prayer and obedience, seeking to hear from Him. He has revealed things to me in visions, words, silent voices, dreams and even smells. He gave me a vision for my son who had not been born, and years later that vision was manifest in reality. He also gave me words on election night this year. 

The Revelation

People struggle to understand the extraordinary gift of prophecy, yet still the Bible encourages us to ask for this gift. There are many spiritual gifts, some which are endowed from birth by God the Father (constitutional), some granted by Jesus to empower us in the station He has ordained for us (positional), and some as bestowed by the Holy Spirit for the benefit of others (situational). As mentioned above, these gifts may be ordinary, such as wisdom or knowledge, or extraordinary, such as prophecy and healing. God works in His people, through His people and for His people. His people are both the Remnant of Israel as well as the Body of Believers we call the Church. When God gives a word of Revelation, that word should not be modified in the slightest as warned in Deuteronomy 4:2, 12:32, and Revelation 12:18. So when God speaks to me, I am careful to not add an interpretation to that word. 

For example, on election night He spoke to me as it appeared that Trump would be re-elected, and He said two things. First, He said “284 electoral votes”. I wasn’t sure if I heard correctly, and so I listened more intently, which is when I heard Him say “The fix is in”. I shared what God told me to my wife, but did not publish it anywhere. 

Sometimes God gives me a word so that I will draw closer to Him for more understanding, and sometimes He wants me to intercede. He doesn’t need me to accomplish anything, but He allows me to join Him in what He’s doing because He wants a relationship with me, just as He desires a relationship with all His people. He doesn’t always show us what to do; rather, He invites us to humbly and joyfully join Him in His work, fully dependent upon Him in all the wondrous things He is doing. 

The Interpretation

When someone hears from God, they can assume they understand the revelation and jump to an interpretation. I’ve done that before. It seemed so obvious that I just assumed I understood what God was saying. I’ve also made the mistake of listening to other’s interpretation without pressing in for God’s confirmation. But hopefully I’ve learned through these decades of walking with Him that while others may confirm what God is telling me, but they cannot replace Him in the discernment process. If He gives me a word, I need listen more intently until He gives me an understanding the revelation as well as how to apply it.  Also, there are times where I need to just trust His word for me and set it aside for a time, similar to how He gave the prophet Daniel an End Times prophecy and then told him to seal it up as something He did not need to understand. 

Any interpretation of a prophetic revelation must line up with God’s truth, and while it may violate religious practices in order to reveal a greater understanding of Scripture, it will not contradict the values and principles God has laid out in the Scriptures. For example, Peter’s interpretation about God’s will for gentile believers, which came from a vision about unclean foods. 

I once gave a prophetic word to man, telling him that God would give him the desires of his heart. I had a sense that God was going to bless him and his wife with a baby, but I only gave the words that had been given to me. The next day, this man and his wife confronted me and said that they rejected the word I gave them as not from God. He explained how he still desired a past girlfriend, and God wouldn’t give him that desire as he was married. I agreed that his interpretation of my revelation did not line up with the sanctity of marriage we find in the Bible. We spoke further about what I sensed and hoped, and a few weeks later, he and his wife told me how they were expecting their first child. 

There is a revelation, and an interpretation and often there is an application. We often stop too soon, focusing on a misunderstanding of the revelation. Yet even with a solid interpretation, we frequently fail to understand how to apply what God has revealed. As Election Week 2020 unfolded, I looked to the states that were leaning toward President Trump and added up the electoral votes with the ones already declared in his favor. The total was 284 electoral votes. In my mind it made sense, yet as I prayed about it further, it didn’t feel right. I wondered if the second message I heard on election night was the reason that it didn’t feel right. I went for a walk, praying off and on as I listened to a podcast. The thought occurred to me to see if 284 could be a number associated with the Biden campaign. But as did a similar tally, I came up with a higher number of electoral votes and didn’t think anything more about it. I continued to wonder about the significance of “284 electoral votes”, all the while becoming more certain that “the fix is in”, believing that the confirmation of the first word would clarify the second word He gave me on election night.

That is exactly what happened. The Associated Press declared Biden victor, and as I looked up his total electoral votes at that time of his declared victory, it came out to 284 electoral votes. The press have since declared Biden winner in Nevada as well, raising his total electoral votes. All the while stories of voter fraud continue to surface, and the President has demanded an investigation. The mainstream media and social media dispute Trump’s claims, while the finger-pointing and accusations we’ve become accustomed to continue to escalate.

In the past, God has supernaturally revealed to me when someone has tried to deceive me, and it’s a challenging bit of information. How should we apply that knowledge? Satan is the accuser of men, and he is also a great deceiver. Not everything that is supernatural comes from God, and we need to both question the source of this information and be on our guard in how to apply it. When God reveals a truth, I try to press in for greater understanding and ask for wisdom. I don’t share the revelation with everyone, and I certainly don’t act rashly on it until I have more information.

The Application

“God showed me they’re lying!” is not a wise way to open a conversation. If God reveals something, then we should seek to join Him in what He is doing. If we get a peek behind the curtain so to speak, we need to press in further and gather more information.

I confess that over the years I have learned not to trust the mainstream media and big tech. I see a repeated history of deceptive and biased reporting as well as the suppression of the truth. The behavior is not confined to “liberal” news networks; I don’t trust Fox News any more than CNN. Reuters and The Associated Press have also perpetuated misinformation. 

Perhaps errors and omissions have occurred with good intent, and we should always try to assume the best in others. However, we can’t continue to trust a person or group of people who have repeatedly abused that trust. I have repeatedly witnessed them twist the President’s words over the past 4 years and suppress newsworthy stories that would favor his administration, including an historic Mideast peace treaty. Trusting them to tell me the truth about voter fraud is like trusting the proverbial fox to guard a hen house, but just because they’ve been caught in the past doesn’t mean they are wrong now. We need to look at what we currently know and what we don’t know. 

The facts are: 

  1. President Trump has often acted unpresidential and has a vested interest in the outcome of the election. Would he want to “fix” the election outcome in his favor?
  2. Still, we have a duly elected public official claiming a grave injustice has occurred. (New York Post on PA Election Challenge)
  3. Conservative, non-traditional media outlets support the President’s claims (e.g. - Evidence of USPS Corruption in PA and Discussion on AZ Voter Fraud
  4. The mainstream media has repeatedly shown a bias reporting against Trump, which been intentional in many cases. (e.g. - CNN Coverage Bias - watch the entire video!)
  5. We are seeing repeated efforts by the same questionable media sources in conjunction with big tech (google search, Facebook, Twitter) to suppress the information reported by the non-traditional news sources (e.g. - Prager U
  6. The mainstream news and globalists are all acting as if the Biden victory is a fact and the country should just move forward, portraying Trump as a sore loser. (Jim Acosta: "Sore Loser?" and associated news commentary
  7. “Moving on” without resolving the root cause will breed greater friction between the red-blue factions in America. If we want resolution rather than just avoidance, we need to address the root cause: We have contradictory information with people on both sides claiming the others are “liars”. 

The answer is simple but not easy. The American people need more information. The accusations need to be investigated and transparently communicated by the impartial investigative committee. If the allegations are wrong, we move on with Biden as the duly elected Command-in-Chief. However, even if we discover they are valid, a transparent investigation will reveal whether or not it impacted election results and we will know who the duly elected President is. Any attempt to move forward without a transparent investigation into the facts will breed greater division in the United States and rightly arouse defenders of the constitution into more extreme action. Edmond Burke was correct in saying that all evil needs to succeed is for good men to do nothing. 

Every patriot should take action in requesting… no demanding a transparent investigation into all accusations of voter fraud in every state, and we should not rest until the answer is clear: what is the legal outcome of election 2020?

Every Christian Patriot should ask God to reveal the truth and show them how to respond to the truth He reveals. The following was sent to me, a template letter that every patriotic voter can use and modify. Send it to the President and send it to all your congressional representatives. It reads:

Your Name
123 Your Street
Your City, ST 12345
(123) 456-7890

November 7, 2020

President Donald J. Trump

White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20500

Dear Mr. President,

My vote is the most envied tangible asset in the world. We the people of the United States of America govern - we are not governed. Our VOTE represents our FREEDOM.

On November 3, 2020, my voice was not heard at the ballot box. In essence, my freedom was taken away. As a shareholder of this nation in which my taxes fund the positions of all elected officials, I have the right to audit all activities funded and driven with my fiscal contributions.

I respectfully request a FULL audit across the nation. All 50 states, not just the contested states. I request a full report to be made public and all those that violated my interest as a shareholder of this nation to be HELD accountable.

My vote counts. My voice matters. I look to you President Donald J. Trump to honor my request and defend my freedom.


Your Name

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Sunday, November 1, 2020

America in the End Times

On October 25, 2020, Archbishop Vigano sent a public letter to President Trump, warning of a “great reset” across the world and a move toward global tyranny. He is not wrong. He stands as a watchman upon a watchtower as described by the 33rd chapter of Ezekiel. There will certainly be a global reset that establishes a new world order, and this time in history seems to be turning point.

Yes, this seems to be the turning point as prophesied in Scripture, but humbly we must admit that no one knows the day nor the hour. All we know for sure is that the Day is approaching. How should we respond to this knowledge? It seems that the schemes of the wicked are reaching fruition, but do not despair! This is not a time for fear; neither should we become preoccupied with the success of their plans. (Ps 37:7) Rather, we need to need to submit ourselves to God with renewed fervor and wait patiently for Him being more intentional in our interactions with other believers, spurring each other on toward love and good deeds because the Day of the Lord is approaching. (Heb 10:24-25) The day of our victory is coming!

It is approaching, but it is not yet here. It is not a time for despair but a time to take hope in our God because His promises are true! He has told us about the end from the beginning (Isa 46:10) and continues to show that His Word is true! He has hidden it from the eyes of men, yet it is to the glory of His adopted children to search and discover these divine mysteries. (Pvb 25:2)

Early in my walk with Christ, I asked Him about America’s role in the end times. By the Spirit, He led me to Isaiah 18. There was of course no America at the time Isaiah wrote this chapter, and while many believe this is a prophecy for Ethiopia, it’s clear that it refers to another nation, one that is not named. I believe it refers to America when it describes a: “land of whirring wings which lies beyond the rivers of Ethiopia… a people tall and smooth-skinned… feared far and wide… of strange speech, whose land is divided by rivers.”

Isaiah isn’t clear about what happens to this nation, but as I’ve read it asking the Lord to instruct me, I believe it refers to an end-time pruning before the harvest, a pruning of the Church in America where branches that were grafted onto the Vine are either pruned (Jn 15:2) or removed to be burned (Jn 15:6) and given over to demons for torment. After this time of refinement, America will bring gifts to the King in Zion. (Is 18:7).

So if I understand this chapter correctly, America must fall from power and will be refined by hardship. This will be a time when Israel grows to be a superpower standing alone against a resurrected Roman Empire, the kingdom of the Antichrist. This rebellious kingdom of the Beast are the feet of iron and clay in chapter 2 of Daniel and the eighth king that John spoke about in Revelation 17.

American will fall from power as Israel grows in strength. 

As over a million believers across America prayed for repentance during The Return event on Washington D.C., I saw the superpower mantle shift to Israel. The shofar was sounded in this nation and a banner is now being raised in Zion. (Is 18:3) That same day, Franklin Graham planned a Prayer Walk in America’s nation capital, and Vice-President Pence showed up spontaneously for prayer by that gathering of believers, who then ultimately joined The Return event gathered on the Washington Mall. President Trump issued a proclamation of repentance that was read at the Return event, but he did not show up in person on that day as he nominated Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, which was itself a prophetic promise that justice will return to this land. The Lord revealed to me that just as Trump was not present at that event, he will not be present when this national repentance reaches fruition. That fruit is the promise of healing for this land. (2 Chr 7:14)

Archbishop Vigano’s letter is a trumpet call, a warning to America and the world, but true Americans will not be part of that One World government. It is my hope that the globalists, those who have tried to deconstruct this nation, will lose in the upcoming election and that tyranny does not claim a temporary victory over this land. Yet even if it does, God’s people in America will rise up in resistance and eventually overthrow that yoke of oppression. We will again become One from Many, unified under the values that made this nation great. Yet even if the deconstructionists do not win in this historic election, their power needs to be rooted out and our country reunified under traditional American values and principles. As a people, we need to relearn those values and principals, establishing practices that reflect the vision that God intended for this nation.

Archbishop Vigano is correct: it is truly a battle between good and evil in this nation. The centralized power centers of education, business, big tech and the mainstream press promulgate lies, suppress evidence of corruption and try to hide noteworthy information in their attempt to influence an election that they hope will solidify their power. But this election is not the end of our struggle; it simply brings the goal and the obstacles more clearly into focus. These power centers and the conflicting values must be rooted out, like a cancer that is surgically removed, replaced by the nation that is and shall remain truly under God, indivisible, dedicated to truth and justice for all.

Let freedom reign!

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