An interesting story we found on who would be the most conservative Democrat to be president today if still alive? I find this interesting from a history standpoint. Theodore Roosevelt was one. The other in our book was Grover Cleveland who served two uneven terms until a depression forced him out.
EVANGELIZATION IS ROOTED IN A PERSONAL ENCOUNTER WITH JESUS CHRIST.
‘ Christianity is not a new philosophy or new morality. We are Christians only if we encounter Christ…..Only in this personal relationship with Christ, only in this encounter with the Risen One do we really become Christians……. There fore, let us pray to the Lord to enlighten us so that, in our world, HE will grant us the encounter with his presence, and thus give us a lively faith, an open heart, and great charity for all, capable of renewing the world. ‘
EVANGELIZATION IS A MISSION OF THE CHURCH.
” We cannot keep to ourselves the word of eternal life given to us in our encounter with Jesus Christ: they are ment for everyone, for every man and woman…. It is our responsibility to pass on what, by God grace, we ourselves have received’ — Pope Benedict XVI Vacican City on September 3, 2008 Well put in the Catholic American’s opinion.
The USDA with the push of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Group spreading the word about farm conservation bills. Good for them. The American Farmer is important for our nation and part of the backbone of who we are. We can’t forget them and how important the family farm is to our country! Just as T.R. felt and acted on in his time! see the story here.
From the MSN Wire
The remains of John The Baptist were located in Bulgaria near Istanbul once known as the Ottoman Empire according to sources. This is a major find for those who hold the Bible as true as this writer doses. John The Baptist was well-known for being humble when asked to baptize Jesus. He was killed in an infamous request. Several regions claim his remains as of today. We have to follow this story as it unfolds in the coming weeks!!
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An interesting history piece I found by Sherwood Ross (openendnews.com) on the overthrow of the Shah by the United States for the oil back in 1953. The results later on of radical extremist and terrorism in our history today.
How Kermit Roosevelt, son of President Theodore Roosevelt, was in on it. How fast are some to blame the Jews when oil was a reason. How we have to study history to prevent a repeat. Not rewrite and change to our likings. Very interesting history fact.
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Here is an interesting page I found regarding the heros of the South during the American Civil War. Robert E. Lee, James Longstreet, and Stonewall Jackson. Robert L. Lee’s birthday is January 18th. As a history expert, I do respect him and one should see the movie ‘GETTYSBURG’ If you go for history as I do.
I was reading the Chicago Tribune today ( 04-11-10 edition ) and came across a page story called ‘Confederate Day A Racist Pass’ written by Clarence Page. I respect Mr. page and he is entitled to his opinion regarding GA. State and having a Confederate patriot Day there. Is this racist or being Americans?
The thing here is in respect to Mr. Page is that Confederate Day is a chance to be proud of ones root as a person of the South. Hard workers, gentleman farmers, and God-fearing people. Many of our products come from the South. Corn, cotton, soy bean, and tobacco products. In short, if we didn’t have farms, there would be not products and higher prices to have stuff shipped in from other countries! Our great nation was founded by tobacco and the Spirit Of 1776!
Many of the founders came from there. Thomas Jefferson hail from there for example. Later others such as Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter ( who I respect for his post years out of the White House), pass Sen. Richard Russell from GA. State, Writer Mark Twain, and Elvis ! That is what this is about. Not racism but history.
Many people go the areas of the South as its rich in history. New Orleans, South and North Carolinas, and Florida for example. Home of birth of jazz and the The War Of 1812 Vs. the French and Andrew Jackson. As dose Wasington D.C. and its many sites worth visiting.
Finally, if we may have a month for minorities, I feel that GA. State should be able to do so also in the month of April and May. Not for only their own pride but being American and the freedom of speech in the Constitution Of The United States! Proud of being AMERICANS . That is history like it or not!
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Best Success to TEAM U.S.A. in the upcoming Olympic Games coming up in Canada. Good luck also to the Chicago Blackhawk players who are going there as members of the hockey team. Do Well and go get them! Make America and Chicago proud!