By Ron Edwards

May 25, 2018

According to the good folks at One News Now, leftist/progressive evangelical Christians are circling to drain the church of support for President Trump.  Even though God mentioned mentions national and city borders in both the Old and New Testaments, there are never Trumpers who think it is their holy duty to fight to maintain dangerous open borders.  They are either horrendously ignorant or are either consciously working to undermine American sovereignty. They have expressed their desire to thwart the president’s mission to rescue our republic from a literal invasion of anti American brutes

By Ron Edwards

May 18. 2018

When one views the severe lack of morality in society today, it would seem those claiming this age is about to come to a close are accurate in assuming, it is all over very soon.  But I wonder if they could be miscalculated in their assessment.  Yes, Hamas terrorists and others are still fighting to deny Israel the right to have embassies in Jerusalem in the capital city of that nation.  Retiring House leader Paul Ryan, Senator Mitch McConnel and many others are literally working to undermine the efforts of President Trump and insure a democrat party defeat of Republicans in the midterm elections.  Government officials elected to work for the benefit of our republic are without a doubt seeking to flood America with millions of illegal border crossers, just to break the economic back of our nation

By Ron Edwards

 

 

It has often been called the “Book of all Books,” the Bible holds a very unique place in American history, popular culture, politics and of course religion.  Unfortunately, though, in society today, biblical and American history illiteracy has been so prevalent that when President Ronald Reagan spoke so eloquently of a “shining city on a hill,” very few Americans realized that the Gipper was referring to a sermon given by John Winthrop, the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, in 1630, which was based on the words of Jesus Christ in Mathew chapter five.  When people hear Martin Luther King Jr.’s timelessly magnificent “I have a dream” speech, most do not recognize its numerous biblical allusions and quotes.  Nevertheless, the transforming power of the Word of God remains to impact lives everywhere.

By  Ron  Edwards

Jan. 19, 2018

 

What many Americans thought would be a battle of three months lasted four horrendous years (1861 – 1865).  The first Civil War cost over 360,000 Union and approximately 260,000 thousand Confederate soldiers their lives. It remains the greatest and possibly the most tragic event in United States history, where an incalculable sacrifice of “brothers blood” was spilled to restore to one republic torn in two.  While the reasons for the Civil War are sometimes still debated, political disagreements between the North and South began soon after the American Revolution ended in 1782. Those arguments gradually increased between 1800 and 1860. Quarrels over unfair taxes paid on goods brought into the South from foreign countries as well as perceived shifts of political power in the federal government to favor the Northern states fueled the Southern call away from central federal authority in Washington and to a restoration of states rights.

By Ron Edwards

Feb. 2, 2018

 

It was during the sweltering summer of 1787, when the Founding Fathers met at Independence Hall in Philadelphia to hammer out the exact details of our republic’s governing constitution.  There were anger filled arguments that frequently flared up among the delegates of the thirteen colonies.  The verbal jousting was at time son intense that the entire convention was in danger of breaking down.  Into the thick atmosphere of division and conflict, an 81 year old statesman slowly rose to address the men with wonderous words of profound wisdom.

By Ron Edwards

Jan. 5. 2018

America’s DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE was written as a proclamation to the world of the reasons why the colonial leaders called for a separation from England.  But while the declaration gave a detailed list of legal offenses that England had left unresolved, the Founders saw these as more than isolated wrongs.  Rather; they saw them as part of a predetermined plan to take away their religious liberties and reestablish the church of England to rule over their hearts and souls, thus spiritually enslaving the colonies.  In that light, one understands the power on Patrick Henry’s fiery words, “give me liberty or give me death.’