By Ron Edwards

August 25, 2017

Throughout the annals of American history one of the major ingredients utilized to ensure the successful launch and growth of the republic has been faith in our creator through his son and our savior Jesus Christ.  In fact, contrary to dishonest modern day educators, professors, most dragon media personalities and leftist deniers in government, faith in God was paramount.  The Bible says that faith without works is dead.  The founding fathers understood the importance of exercising faith in the fight for liberty.

It was George Washington who desperately wanted Providence on his side as he battled the mighty British empire.  But to help insure this, his troops needed to be above reproach.  One way to insure that, was to have chaplains on board.  Throughout U. S. military history, Christian military chaplains have had significant roles in times of both peace and war

By Ron Edwards

August 18,2017

Hypocrisy is defined as: the practice of claiming to have moral standards or beliefs to which one’s own behavior does not conform pretense.

I was watching a recent edition of FOX News Sunday with Chris Wallace. On that episode, one of the big topics was president Trump not going hard enough in his statement against the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia where protester Heather Heyer was mashed down by a motorist who had been spooked by people attacking his automobile.  Many allege the driver to be a white supremacist supporter.

By Ron Edwards

June 16, 2017

 

Hopefully the peaceful rallies in support of United States Constitutional law will continue to be held across our republic as they are surely needed.  I was honored to participate as a speaker in support of  the Constitutionally limited republic form of government the Founding Fathers left, that was built upon the recognition of our unalienable rights of including both men and females.

Ever since I have been on the earth, one of the pervasive issues of each decade has been women wanting to either take more control of everything, from the home to corporate America.  Just recently, American females learned of another reason to celebrate and strut their stuff.  It was reported that in some corporate environments, women now take home bigger pay checks than men.  For some time, females have been occupying more jobs and running more small businesses than men throughout the United States of America.  Good for them.

By Ron Edwards
December 30, 2016

The Declaration of Independence was written to proclaim to the world the many reasons for seeking freedom from tyranny from England. The Declaration enumerates a detailed list of legal offenses that Great Britain had left unresolved, the awakening Founders saw them as more than isolated wrongs. Rather they saw them as a 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 enslaving the colonies

By Ron Edwards

April 13, 2017

As a little boy growing up in Cleveland, I learned the hard way that I had to stand up to the bullies.  In fact there was this one particular case in which a bully was unrelenting.  He took full advantage of my willingness to try and get along with him.  I was also very thin and three years his junior and so it was easy for the much heavier bully to push me around.  I was never afraid, but my weak efforts at the time were no match for the bully.

By Ron Edwards
December 23, 2016
       

Throughout the annals of history, there have been many great nations or empires. Some including the Benzantine, Grecian, Roman, French, British, Ottoman and Spanish were super powers at their highest point of governance. The Roman empire was the most powerful nation on earth for many centuries it’s lengthy reign is still the longest of any nation or empire in history. One thing those mighty nations or empires had in common was a lack of overall regard for the common man. In fact, the people of those empires were only viewed as slaves of the state to exist at the behest of the king and to pay brutally high taxes.