How to Rescue America with These Images

Lies and exaggerations and distortions flow through the web and media and harm our society. They must be countered. If not, America will decline–at first slowly, and now rapidly–by moral rot. I also offer some biblical truths. You may certainly copy the images and post them in social media.

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So What’s Wrong with Socialism, Anyway?

Have you ever heard a student or young adult ask it today?  It’s still going strong in Europe and numerous countries around the globe. What if Leftists were to rebrand their ideology and hide it under a current political party in American politics? Therefore, it’s important to take a closer look at it.

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Is It Just to Deploy National Guard to Stop Mayhem?

That is, is it the morally right thing to do? That question goes beyond current events in America in 2020. What is the government allowed to do, if it intends to restore peace and order? What does the Bible say?

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One Hundred Accomplishments the West Can Be Proud of

The western Left keeps attacking its own culture in their weird, dysfunctional self-loathing. To counter them, we need to be reminded of the great things we have achieved, so we can stop hanging our heads. Here is a simple list.

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The Truth about Islamic Jihad and Imperialism: A Timeline

This post shows Islamic jihad in a four-hundred year timeline before the pope called the First Crusade in 1095. The Church, imperfect as it was (and is), was merely responding to Islamic aggression. No jihad. No Crusades. Peace.

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Timeline of the Vietnam War

Mao Zedong: The “communist must grasp the truth: Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun” (1938). Nikita Khrushchev: “Every year humanity takes a step towards communism” (July 1956). This post is about the brave souls who fought against evil, tyrannical communism and for liberty. Lots of details here.

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Our Partial Victory in Vietnam

They were commissioned to stop communism from spreading, which is the most widespread, evil ideology ever to be devised by the Committee Room in Hell, directly responsible for killing over a hundred million people in a short time.

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Timeline of the Age of Prosperity

Some call it the Postmodern Age. Others: The Age of Affluence or the Age of Leisure. Whatever the labels, this post covers history from 1945 to early 1989, at the end of the Reagan administration. The American church and Christianity is included here. Lots of information here.

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Outline of Age of Prosperity

Some call it the Postmodern Age, others: Age of Affluence. This post goes from 1945 to the 1990s and puts people in their historical and cultural contexts with little comment. The church is also included in the outline. At the end, however, is a conclusion section that asks what the Western world is about. Let’s preserve it.

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Outline of the Age of Populism

Some call it the Age of Anxiety or Zenith of Modernism. Others call it the Beginnings of the People’s Century, when regular people got more political power. This post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, art and architecture and goes from WWI to WWII. Genealogical tables are included here, to help sort out the national rivalries.

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Timeline of the Age of Populism

Some call it the Age of Anxiety or Zenith of Modernism. Or it could be called the Beginning of the People’s Century. This post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, art and architecture and goes from WWI through WWII. Genealogical tables are included here to help sort out national rivalries.

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Outline of the Gilded Age

Some call it Early Modernism. The British call it the Late Victorian and Edwardian Ages. Whatever the labels, this post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, and art and architecture and goes from 1871 to 1914. Genealogical tables are included, to help sort out national rivalries.

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Timeline of the Gilded Age

Some call it Early Modernism. The British call in the late Victorian and Edwardian Ages. Whatever the labels, this post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, and art and architecture and goes from 1871 to 1914. Genealogical tables included here, to help sort out the national rivalries.

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Outline of Triumph of Bourgeoisie

This post reviews history, philosophy and religion, literature, art and architecture and goes from 1830 to 1871. The “bourgeoisie” means the middle or business class standing between the old aristocracy and the working class.

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Timeline of Early Modern World

Some call it the Baroque Age. This post focuses on history, philosophy, literature, and art and architecture and covers the 1600s and up to 1715, the death of King Louis XIV of France. Genealogical tables are included here, to sort out the royal dynasties of England and France.

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Outline of Ancient Roman Civilization

This outline of basic facts and events goes from early Roman settlements and the expulsion of the king in 509 BC to the fall(s) of Rome in the fifth century AD. This post looks as history, philosophy, literature, and the early church. A study on poet Ovid is included at bottom of post.

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