Monday, March 27, 2017

Give me liberty

"Give me liberty, or give me death!" is a quotation attributed to Patrick Henry from a speech he made to the Second Virginia Convention on March 23, 1775, at St. John's Church in Richmond, Virginia.

He is credited with having swung the balance in convincing the convention to pass a resolution delivering Virginian troops for the Revolutionary War. Among the delegates to the convention were future U.S. Presidents Thomas Jefferson and George Washington.

Give Me Liberty

KrisAnne Hall is an attorney and former prosecutor, fired after teaching the Constitution to TEA Party groups - she would not sacrifice liberty for a paycheck. She is a disabled veteran of the US Army, a Russian linguist, a mother, a pastor's wife and a patriot. She now travels the country and teaches the Constitution and the history that gave us our founding documents. KrisAnne Hall does not just teach the Constitution, she lays the foundations that show how reliable and relevant our founding documents are today. 

Born and raised in St. Louis, MO. She received her undergraduate degree in Bio-Chemistry from Blackburn College in 1991 and her J.D. from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law and is a former Russian Linguist for the US Army.

We need a revolution of the mind. The Liberty First message will inspire and inform. We can't recapture our future without the hard earned wisdom of the past. [continue reading]

The tiny island of Ile A Vache lies about 7 miles off the southern coast of Haiti and is a place of great need. In the village of Sou Lettre villagers need water, need food, needs clothe. They need Jesus and they need your help.

Southern Poverty Law Center – BIAS

But what I also find interesting is that when you look through the SPLC’s list, you see a whole bunch of keywords like “Constitution”, “Patriot”, “Oath Keepers”, “We the People”, “Tea Party”, and so on. These groups are (according to the SPLC) “anti-government” groups. This is suspicious though because even their names suggest otherwise – considering they are throwbacks to sound government. And if you can believe it, their list also includes the John Birch Society and KrisAnne Hall specifically. In fact, the SPLC once named Dr. Ben Carson as an extremist but later retracted it after the backlash. Forgetting their names for a moment, are all these people really “anti-government”?

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