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HISTORY, CIVICS, AND PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY PART 3

GET OFF THE FENCE

Fair play seeks what is right—not who is right.

Our world would be a much better place if we all lived by this teaching of the late Zig Ziglar.

You Democratic voters still support the Dishonorable Nikki R. Haley because she censored a historical flag that you did not like.

You Republican voters still support the Dishonorable Nikki R. Haley because she refuses to censure a diabolical regime that you do like.

But fair play seeks what is right—not who is right.

And if you seek what is right—not who is right—you will stop making excuses for the Dishonorable Nikki R. Haley, and you will start petitioning President Trump to remove her from his cabinet.

Get off the fence.

NO DEEDS OF MAN ARE ABOVE THE LAWS OF GOD. EVER. ANYWHERE.

CONTENDING, AND FALLING, IN A RIGHTEOUS QUARREL

“He loved the truth; he served God and country.  Let us go and do likewise.”

Dr. Charles Minnigerode, speaking of Jefferson Davis

December 11, 1889

 

“It is only the atheist who adopts success as a criterion of right.  It is not a new thing in the history of men that God appoints to the brave and true the stern task of contending, and falling, in a righteous quarrel.”

Rev. Robert L. Dabney

December, 1868

“TO CHANGE THE HISTORY THEY DO NOT LIKE—TO SUPPRESS SPEECH AND OPINIONS THEY DO NOT LIKE”

Leftists are terrorists too

“I saw Andy Marlette’s cartoon in the August 21 Pensacola News Journal about the ISIS terrorist equating himself with an Alt-right/Nazi/Make America Great Again American.  He was impressed that a single person acted in the same way as the ISIS terrorists in cities around the world.

“When can I expect to see an illustration depicting an ISIS terrorist comparing himself to an Alt-left/Antifa/intolerant liberal when they destroy statues and monuments to change the history they do not like?

“Or perhaps a terrorist discussing with a college student how to suppress speech and opinions they do not like?

“In the pursuit of equality, or you could call it fairness in reporting, I suggest Marlette balance his political illustrations to represent all opinions and viewpoints.”

Mike Adams, Pace

Pensacola News Journal, Saturday, September 9, 2017


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