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To get around the obstacle of public opinion, the United States government has an extensive history of lying their way into war.

Progressivism is best explained by an old sage who said a long time ago, “Progress governs our world according to fatal laws. Once it starts, nobody and nothing can stop it.”

May God grace His people with the desire to prioritize family and children as He has lovingly commanded and equipped us to do, all by His grace, all for His glory, and all to our eternal benefit.

When G.W. Bush was President, it seemed the deeper he took America into war, the more popular he became—at least with conservatives and Christians. Now, Trump seems to be following the same playbook—and with the same results.

It’s easy to feel good about disavowing a discredited and fallen ideology. There’s no act of courage there. But try disavowing the Two State Solution and the Iran Deal. That’s a commemoration.

There is absolutely no reason to rush into a war, and that is why our founders gave the power to declare war to Congress. They wanted debate and deliberation before a decision was made to go to war, and without a doubt launching missiles at Syria would be an act of war.

The Dunning Kruger effect is a cognitive bias in which individuals, who are unskilled at a particular task, believe themselves to possess above-average ability in performing the task. On the other hand, as individuals become more skilled in a particular task, they may mistakenly believe that they possess below-average ability in performing those tasks because they may assume that all others possess equal or greater ability. In other words, “the miscalibration of the incompetent stems from an error about the self, whereas the miscalibration of the highly competent stems from an error about others.”

Like that of Elijah, it wasn’t our forefathers that were troubling the country, it was the corruption in government that would not be ruled by God as they swore that they would be. That is where the trouble begins.

Shocking to many modern-day pastors, ministers, and Christians alike is the location of the guns and munitions of the Colonists. The arsenal of this freedom-loving militia was in the Church Meeting House on Lexington Green.

Despite their arrogance and intractability, these companies are already arousing the ire of consumers and business to an extent that if they continue on their present course, they will ultimately lose on this front in the culture war.