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America’s New Direction – Thanksgiving Special

Detective Krum

Detective Krum

I decided to post something refreshing – a look at America’s direction through time.  The John Birch Society has developed a short video that describes America’s direction.  What makes this video unique is the way history is recorded and how you see America.

Is America turning to Socialism?  Are we really a Democracy? Why is our nation a Republic? Why do elected Congressmen/women identify America as a Democracy? This short video clearly reveals who we are and where we are headed. The John Birch Society’s effort, in this short video, is admirable. Please share this video with your family and friends and feel free to download the video and send it to every elected representative. One thing I enjoyed hearing from an elected official is Governor elect Bob McDonnell said, “Eight months ago I applied for a job, Governor of Virginia, and you hired me. I will not forget I work for you.”  He is a rare individual – he understands who his employer is – We The People.


Video link is here.

Thank you to all our readers and those linking to this blog. I want to take this time to wish all of you and your family, a very Happy Thanksgiving. May we all reflect on God Almighty’s mercy, grace and truth towards mankind as a whole and may we thank our Great Creator for all his blessings bestowed upon us and our country. As George Washington, let us get on our knees and give thanks and ask for mercy and victory. Happy Thanksgiving.



November 25, 2009 - Posted by | 1 | , , ,

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