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Killing history is a losing strategy

Why wasn’t the federal government’s offer of National Guard help to stop the violence in some large cities accepted?

Someone once said, “Never let a crisis go wasted.”

Once again, we see flames of racism stoked. The mob has no right to destroy our monuments.

I’ve heard that much anarchy has it’s roots in U.S. classrooms and that many students are taught to revolt against order. Why are we funding courses like these in our higher education where free speech is suppressed? why have our schools stopped teaching American history?

Remember how Hitler gained power? He blamed a group of people for everything bad. He burned Bibles, historical books, removed children and indoctrinated them with lies. Some people thought he’ll go after others – not us, but evil has no bounds.

Young people are being told that socialism is wonderful. These young people should go to a socialist country and live there for a time – not just visit. They will come running back to America.

We are not a racist country. We have some people who are, but as a country we are not. Our founders came here for freedom of religion from Great Britain. Our founders were faith believers arguing, discussing and praying continuously to their creator for wisdom as they struggled to put in writing the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. They knew these precious documents needed to be above reproach and able to preserve liberty for decades to come for all citizens.

Why is history important? Why is the inspired word of God in both the Old and New Testament? I believe that all men are created equal in the image of God who likes variety in all his creation and loves us.

Founding father John Adams wrote, “LIberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people.”

Founding father Alexander Hamilton wrote, “If it be asked what is the greatest source of our security in a Republic, the answer would be an inviolable respect for the Constitution and laws.”

Founding father Benjamin Franklin wrote, “A nation of well-informed men who have been taught to know and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved. It is in the region of ignorance that tyranny begins.”

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