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Words On Freedom, For July 4th

Whether you are reading this before or after July 4th makes no difference. Here are words written by the founding fathers of the United States of America. From the Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all [people] are created equal, that they are endowed by their ...

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Our Mysterious God

Her torch that lit the way and her arm that held it proudly toward the sky had both arrived in America in 1876, but the remaining 350 pieces of our beloved lady from France arrived in New York in 1885—350 individual pieces that needed to be put back together again. ...

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Immigration: Who Comes and Who Goes?

Probably everyone would agree that America has limited control over immigration. It is not only the southern border that is the problem but also checkpoints at airports. Foreigners are coming as guest workers, students, tourists, and refugees. Senator Jeff Sessions recently stated, “Our country cannot effectively track these foreign visitors ...

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