It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the gospel of Jesus Christ! For this very reason peoples of other faiths have been afforded asylum, prosperity, and freedom of worship here.


—Patrick Henry

July 31, 2009

Government Guides Death

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Don’t believe me? Just read Sec. 1233, Pg 425-426, Lines 22-25, 1-3 from the ‘ObamaCare Plan’ (HR 3200).

But guess what?

Although Congress is trying so very hard to shove this [crap] down our throats …

members of Congress will be exempt from being forced into this plan. Long story short? Our pals on Capital Hill will have a better plan which gives them the freedom all of us will be denied.

Now, isn’t that lovely...

For a “sneak peak” of this marvelous plan here’s a few excerpts to ponder upon:
• Sec. 123, Pg 30 - THERE WILL BE A GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE deciding what treatments and benefits you get.

Sec. 152, Pg 50-51 - HC will be provided to ALL NON-US citizens.

Sec. 163, Pg 58-59 beginning at line 5 - government will have real-time access to individual’s finances & a National ID Health care card will be issued!

Sec. 163, Pg 59, lines 21-24 - government will have direct access to your banks accounts for electronic funds transfer.

Sec. 164, Pg 65 is a payoff subsidized plan for retirees and their families in unions & community organizations (ACORN).

Sec. 201, Pg 72, Lines 8-14 - government is creating an HC Exchange to bring private plans under government control.

Sec. 203, Pg 85, Line 7 - Specifications of benefit levels for plans means that the government will define your HC plan and has the ability to ration your healthcare!

• Sec. 205, Pg 95, Lines 8-18 - The government will use groups (i.e., ACORN & AmeriCorps) to “inform and educate” (sign up) individuals for government plan.

Sec. 312, Pg 145, Line 15-17 - Employers MUST auto-enroll employees into public option plan.

Now there’s lot’s more but have you had enough yet? Blood boiling yet? Some yes… some no, huh? Okay, let’s include a few more for the “fence-sitters”.
• Sec.59B, Pg 170 Lines, 1 - Any NONRESIDENT alien is exempt from individual taxes.
(Americans will pay for their healthcare.)

• Sec. 431, Pg 195, Lines 1-3 - Officers and employees of HC Administration
(government) will have access to ALL Americans financial and personal records.

• Sec. 441, Pg 203, Lines 14-15 - “The tax imposed under this section shall not be treated
as tax” – mmm.. says a lot, ‘ya think?

• Sec. 1145, Pg 272 - Treatment of certain cancer hospitals: Cancer patients and their treatment are open to rationing!
There’s more, folks, much more. For those who desire to read the entire bill click here.

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It’s time for America to stand firmly together in complete solidarity and tell the turkeys on Capital Hill:


Simply click on the eagle graphic on the left and join the thousands who have already signed
the petition against this outrageous health bill.

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The following video, courtesy of You Tube, is a prime example of our future... so relax, grab a snack and have a laugh while you still can...




And that, folks, is how it is today on Friday, July 31, 2009 and... May God help us all.

July 29, 2009

‘ObamaCare’ Pressures Elderly To Die...

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among other things.

Well, I’ve read the bill… yup, all of it and I am now convinced that Obama and his crew are dangerously insane but I have an idea:

While everyone on Capital Hill shuffles off for their August break (before signing this outrageous piece of crap), I suggest Obama, Pelosi and all the other power hungry nuts up there try out this health care plan for themselves before they introduce it to anyone.
Ooooh… betcha if they have to give up their private health care this bill will never pass… wanna bet? Within the following You Tube video, Betsy McCaughey Exposes Obama Healthcare Lies:



I’ve a better idea yet: America, “just say no!” and sign the “Free Our Health Care Now” PetitionWe must stop the government before it’s too late!

How long are we going to allow these fools to insult us and destroy our America further?

America, wake up before it’s too late and may God help us!

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July 24, 2009

Obama and the Cambridge Police

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Uh-oh...

could the reason be that Obama insulted Cambridge, MA police Sergeant James M. Crowley, be because...

oh, this is too unreal to be true, but could the reason be...

holy cow! Could the real reason be that Crowley didn't endorse Obama?

Is Obama's ego really that fragile? Oh, no! Come to think about it, we all know what's happened to the private car dealerships who didn't endorse him, don't we...

THEY'RE OUT OF BUSINESS!

Silly people, had they voted for Obama, they'd all still be in business...

It's bad enough we've a president who's an intern but a sore sport as well? Unbelievable!

Keep the faith, Sergeant, many of us support you and feel you are entitled to a public apology.

An FYI, Mr. President: if you didn't 'know all the facts' a simple "no comment at this time" would have sufficed just fine.

just 'man up' and apologize -- the situation with Henry Louis Gates Jr. had nothing to do with race!


UPDATE: okay, so the President addressed this issue today stating [something like] Crowley's an outstanding police officer but...

I still didn't hear 'I'm sorry' --

I've a feeling that this has something to do with him not wanting the Cambridge situation to overshadow his health plan but call me cynic...

anyway, that's how it is on this Friday, July 24, 2009.

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July 23, 2009

Obama’s “Health Care Myths”

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Okay, so I listened to the President’s press conference this evening and only have one thought concerning Mr. Obama’s ideas…

Is this man crazy?!!!

To quote Judge Judy, “What do I have, STUPID written on my forehead?”

What a circus… if it weren’t so serious I’d probably die laughing...

but,


I’m still not getting how this man qualified in becoming the President of our United States…

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The following video, BOEHNER anticipates which OBAMA MYTHS,
courtesy of You Tube
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July 15, 2009

Obama’s New Deal

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As a caregiver for my 85-year old father, I feel a bit compelled to challenge, you, Mr. President, to switch places with me for one week before you make one more decision that will affect this country.

Why?

Because 'the old US of A' is no place to grow old in and…

Medicare is pulling back tremendously.

Ha! You say, ‘Let’s go to universal medicine’ because…

it’s better?


Give me a break, Mr. President, will you please!

(Ahum, sorry… sometimes I tend to get a little worked up, y’know…)

Apparently my dad, who’s left with only 20% of his heart can’t get a prescription for oxygen without a lot of bureaucracy [still no oxygen yet he’s been rushed to the hospital four times in two weeks) and,

better yet,

he’s had diarrhea for the past 4 months but Medicare will not cover the runs…

ahum…


Did I tell you, Sir, that my dad served in WWII for 6 years in the United States Navy for you, Sir?

Did I mention that he also was a NY police officer for over 30 years?

And the funny thing, Mr. President…

My dad’s crime, Sir?

He’s worked hard all of his life and now, in the winter of his life, is not allowed to grow old with dignity.

Ain’t that a hoot, Sir?

Well, with all due respect, I am convinced you just have no clue what 'the average joe’s' going through…

do you…


so, my challenge to you, Sir?

Switch places with me for one week!

(Betcha can’t do it… LOL)

I gotta tell you, Sir, that I’m mighty upset with you, you know. How dare you to think you know what’s best for the people who have helped create the land you live so freely in!

My husband and I are tired, Sir, very tired.

Oh, before I forget, did I tell you, Sir, that my husband, who’s successfully been in business for over thirty-five years lost his business,

in which case we lost our wonderful home,

became bankrupt,

and now we’re renting?

Another hoot, huh?

Mmmm…. let’s go over this, Sir: the house we put $80K down in cash was lost because…

what did your guy Biden say?

‘You guys misjudged the economy’ yet…

you’re just dying to go after another stimulus, aren’t you, Sir…

but you know what? We’re [hubby and me] are not beaten and we are striving to re-build our lives without government intervention because…

well, I know this is no longer the American way, Sir, but you really wanna know why?

Are you sitting down, Sir?

Okay, here goes: because we are not afraid to fail and are smart enough to rebuild our own lives with our own God-given talents (and hard work) so we have something for to hand down to our children but…

your screwing up our children’s future!

Oh, my but you’re all upside down, Sir, now, aren’t you…

Check it out: this is what I believe in, Mr. President,

I strongly believe that, as Americans, we need to look to God and draw on our own strengths; not Washington's.

[Btw: what the heck was that “change” crap in your campaign anyway? I certainly didn’t buy into that one, but a lot of people surely did…]

Now what's disturbing to me, Sir, is that you, along with many in our government, totally disregard what ‘we the people’ want. It's disturbing to me that Washington’s arrogance is ignoring us and taking huge strides toward socialism. (by the way, Mr. President, how is Nancy and Harry doing these days…)

As an optimist, I have to tell you, Sir, that I believe there are still Americans within our great nation who believe in the way things are supposed to be. I have to believe that there are still those of us who choose not to be "the common man".

Ooops, if you’ll excuse me, Sir, my dad had yet another accident in his pants. I’ll need some time, so why don’t you grab your I-Pod for awhile… diarrhea is not easy to clean on an adult but…

we’re switching roles for a week, right?

Okay, Sir, thanks, I’m back… now, where was I…

Oh, yeah, Mr. President, so in conclusion, I’m thinking of the piece, "An American Creed", which was written by 1Dean Alfange and published in The Readers Digest October 1952 and January 1954.

Here goes, ‘ya ready?


An American Creed

I Do Not Choose to Be a Common Man

It is my right to be uncommon if I can.

I seek opportunity not security.

I do not wish to be a kept citizen, humbled and dulled by having the state look after me.

I want to take the calculated risk; to dream and to build, to fail and to succeed.

I refuse to barter incentive for a dole.

I prefer the challenges of life to the guaranteed existence; the thrill of fulfillment to the stale calm of utopia.

I will not trade freedom for beneficence nor my dignity for a handout.

I will never cower before any master nor bend to any threat.

It is my heritage to stand erect, proud and unafraid;

to think and act for myself, enjoy the benefit of my creations and to face the world boldly and say, This I have done.
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Great piece, Sir, huh?

Now, if I may, let me make one suggestion, Sir. Should you decide to take me up on my challenge, (to trade places for one week, remember?) I propose you hand America back to her people (you know – those who really love this nation and know what she stands for) and let America heal as she should…

and, for heaven’s sake, you gotta stop with the apologies, okay – that’s really been getting on my nerves!

Oh, sorry, but there’s one more thing. This abortion thing? Not good – nope – you gotta scratch that one out and stop getting in God’s way – life and death is His thing, Sir, not yours or…

anyone else’s. Oh, yeah, I am a Christian… that’s still okay, isn’t it… not that it matters…

Okay, I think I’ve covered enough for now, so…

we got a deal, Sir?

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1The Honorable Dean Alfange was an American statesman born December 2, 1899, in Constantinople (now Istanbul). He was raised in upstate New York. He served in the U.S. Army during World War I and attended Hamilton College, graduating in the class of 1922.

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The following video, Obama's Health Care Deception - "Public Option" will end up "Single Payer", per their Pl, courtesy of You Tube.

July 13, 2009

Narcissism Spells Obama

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I want to be a famous Broadway star.

Does it matter that I can’t sing very well?

‘ shouldn’t, should it?

Not anymore, anyway…

after all, America knowingly elected an 'intern' to run our nation and, as he’s destroying our nation bit by bit…

a lot of people still think ‘he’s just wonderful.’

So, with that in mind, I [really] think it’ll be a cinch to manipulate people into thinking I’m a lot more talented than I am because…

Reality is really only about perception, isn’t it?

Mmm… looking at our country, that’s pretty darn apparent…

except there’s just a teeny, tiny difference between my bogus fame and Obama’s presidency…

my experience, or lack of, wouldn’t really hurt millions of people, however…

Obama’s has and will.

Penning this post, I wonder if anyone really understands what the “American Dream” really is, or…

worse yet, if it has died.

Second by second, our government is growing while America has been turned upside down. Those in DC haven’t a clue what patriotism is nor do I believe they care.

But…

they [our government] can’t destroy the spirit of those of us who truly love this nation because it us who are the true Americans.

Not too long ago, I happened upon an article written by Chuck Baldwin entitled, “Can You Imagine This Country.” In it he writes:

We hear much today about the American dream. By "the American Dream," most people mean buying a big house, driving an expensive automobile, and making a lot of money. However, this was not the dream envisioned by the Founding Fathers. Remember that, for the most part, America's founders gave up their material wealth and substance for something they considered of far greater worth. Unfortunately, this hedonistic generation knows little of the kind of sacrificial spirit personified in the lives of America's patriarchs.


In the minds of the founders, liberty--with all of its intrinsic risks--was more desirable than material prosperity, if that prosperity was accompanied with despotism or collectivism. So strong was their desire that they were willing to give up the latter in order to procure the former for themselves and their posterity.



How dare Americans today refer to material gain as "the American dream." It is not! It is the freedom to honestly pursue one's goals that should be celebrated. Material gain is only a fruit of freedom, not its root.

Perhaps Obama wants to be recorded in history as not only the first black American President but also the greatest.

For me, unfortunately, only one word is synonymous with this man: narcissism.

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The following video, "The 5000 year leap: Principles of Freedom inspired by our Founding Fathers, courtesy of You Tube.


July 11, 2009

Are Christians' To Remain Passive?

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Today's reading is by guest author Robert Melaccio, Sr.:

Are Christians To Be Silent About Sin, Injustice, Evil?

Robert Melaccio, Sr.

As a Christian I really have a concern here. Are we who say we are to be silent about sin, wrongs, injustice, facades, charades, fabrications, irresponsibility and everything else this world can throw our way, or are we to be bold and speak out, face it, bring it into the light?

To quote the Pope Asia News 3/18/2009 “ YAOUNDE- “In the face of suffering, violence, poverty or hunger, corruption or abuse of power a Christian can never remain silent.”

What he is speaking to is all Christian who undergo, experience, know of, injustice, irresponsibility, a lack of compassion and caring, mercy and in general tolerating and allowing abuse, exploitation or anything negative or sinful to take place or hold it is encumbered, in my opinion for Christians to take an active stand against that in defense of the innocent, defenseless and all people.

Now if we as Christians are to put into work the lessons of our Savior and Lord Jesus Christ then we are to love our neighbor. That is to defend them, help them, take care of them and truly be there for them in all ways even as we love ourselves. If we take that a step further and we are to love our father and mothers, then we cannot by God’s command allow anything to harm, hurt, abuse or destroy them in any way shape or form.

Now as we see these events take place we are not to respond in anger and wrath. No we are to address all things in love, patience, forbearance and long suffering. We are not to enter into conflict but it does not mean that we cannot confront what is wrong, unjust, evil, etc.

Did not Jesus show righteous indignation at what was taking place in His Fathers house? It was wrong, evil and he took direct action to resolve the issue. While we are urged not to take such direct action and show love even for o9ur enemies sometimes force is a required action to stop an injustice. We are not to sit idly by, silently, humbly while evil is done upon people. Yes pray, be humble, be patient but when necessary take action.

Ephesians 4:26 Paul Wrote “be angry and sin not.” It is finished with do not let the sun go down on your anger. [The rest of the story] In other words do not remain in anger. The lessons that are taught are that there is righteous and unrighteous anger and we must recognize the difference. Throughout the bible we are given lessons of God’s anger.

Righteous anger is toward the actions of men that directly or indirectly hurt others. What they do or fail to do. It could be against the conduct, neglect, abuse or disrespect that men use or implement. God does not jump start His anger it grows slowly until patience has worn thin and abuse become intolerable. Yes and one is not happy that it came to anger they are troubled by it. Their soul aches and feels heavy and burdened as if in sin when the sin is only applied when it becomes vindictive, self serving and personal.

Yet if we sense this and repent for the negative God understands why. If we seek vengeance and pursue wrath then we are not righteous about our anger. We have made it personal. Taking action to resolve an unjust is not in my opinion vindictive it may be required to help someone. Do not make it a point to be vindictive.

So can we speak out, should we speak out, must we speak out? I think the answers very clear under what circumstances, when and how the question.

You can read more from Mr. Melaccio on realconsiderations.blogspot.com or e-mail him directly at: tommeltimmy@yahoo.com

© 2009 Robert Melaccio, Sr. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

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The following video, Wonderful Counselor John Michael Talbot,
courtesy of You Tube
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July 8, 2009

Complacency Will NOT Save America

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This week has been one heck of an emotional roller coaster [for me].

First, I reconnected with two friends I hadn’t seen for over forty years and through our moments of nostalgia; we all realized that our youth was indeed the “glory days.”

And then there was Michael Jackson’s death. All of a sudden, 1971 really didn’t seem that long ago and I realized that my generation was probably the last of the “free.”

And then…

there’s dad.

My father is 85 and I’ve been his caretaker for the past 12 years. For the past 3 months, I’ve changed more diapers for him than during my daughter’s entire infancy. I’ve also witnessed firsthand at how the medical system really doesn’t care about the elderly and that I, as an artist, am more liable for lawsuits than the medical profession.

Why should I have to fight for ample care for my father when he’s worked hard all of his life while never asking for a dime from anyone?

Why is okay for the medical field to administer incorrect medicine and just say “sorry”?

Why am I told to simply “put him away” when that is NOT what we want?

Why are social worker’s telling us that in order to obtain 20 minutes of home health aid care, we must abandon the home health care we’re privately paying for? Can he not spend his own money as he chooses even if it is for health aids?

Why are we condemned for trying to protect our loved one?

Why was I told that my father’s money “is supposed to support the poor?” (... a slip... oops, silly nurse!)

Why are my “fellow Christian” brothers and sisters rebuking my frustration and anger and wondering why I don't remain passive?

When did everyone become so damn sheeple?

Certainly Jesus wasn’t complacent when He “had it” and “lost it in the Temple:”
"The Passover of the Jews was near, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. In the temple he found people selling cattle, sheep, and doves, and the money changers seated at their tables. Making a whip of cords, he drove all of them out of the temple, both the sheep and the cattle. He also poured out the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables. He told those who were selling the doves, "Take these things out of here! Stop making my Father's house a marketplace!" -- John 2:13-16
Many Scriptures speak of God's anger. That anger has ever burned against sin. It has been resting upon the world for six thousand years. But the Love of God has in no way been violated by this attitude against the condemned world.

Unlike the ‘70s, society has turned completely upside down. In my day, gay meant "happy" and homosexuals were in the closet whereas today, they’re getting married and having sex in the streets (Folsom Street Fair and NYC). The porn industry was still considered “slutty” whereas today, porn stars are role models (Jenna Jamison). Mainstream proms are slowly turning transgender with a little S&M and…

God’s been shoved out of our nation right before our eyes and we’re still “afraid.”

We’ve lost our America and we’ve lost our rights…

Hey, how did that "American" song go…

mmm… let me think for a minute…

Oh, yeah! Wasn’t it something like, “… Land of the free?”

Christians, listen up!

It’s not God’s wrath we are under but rather the consequences of our own bad choices. It is us, not God, who will destroy America through our own sinfulness!

Complacency and sheeple-mindedness is not going to save our nation.

Is God [really] worth fighting for?

Is our America worth fighting for?

Let's face it, I am counting the moments before I will no longer be allowed to “fight” for my father because, after all…

an 85-year old man is certainly insignificant to society…

as are “abnormal” babies.

And God.

As they are contemplating a second stimulus while CA is handing out IOU’s what will it take to bring us to our knees?

And so, I conclude as I always do…

God help us.

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The following video, America Come Back to the Lord, courtesy of You Tube.


July 6, 2009

Charlie Chaplain’s “Smile”

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According to the Drudge Report, sources reveal that Jermaine Jackson will most probably sing Charlie Chaplin’s “Smile” at his brother’s Memorial Service on Tuesday. This will surely be a tear jerker for many, especially those who remember Michael’s rendition in 1995 from his HIStory: Past, Present and Future, LP.

Personally, this song has always been one of my favorites and adopted a new meaning for me when my beloved mother passed away in 1998.

Following are both the lyrics and video of this moving song; may it bring new meaning to all who drop by. God bless each of you….

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Smile
Charlie Chaplin's Theme Music for 'Modern Times'
Lyrics by John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons – 1954

Smile tho' your heart is aching,
Smile even tho' it's breaking,
When there are clouds in the sky
You'll get by,

If you smile
thro' your fear and sorrow,
Smile and maybe tomorrow,
You'll see the sun come shin-ing thro' for you

Light up your face with gladness,
Hide ev-'ry trace of sadness,
Al -'tho a tear may be ever so near,

That's the time,
You must keep on trying,
Smile, what's the use of crying,
You'll find that life is still worth-while,

If you just smile…


July 4, 2009

On This July Fourth...

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May We Never Take Our Liberty For Granted.

Happy Independence Day, and...

God bless America.












July 1, 2009

Independence Day

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As "Independence Day" approaches, I hand over my post to Fr. John Corapi who expresses my thoughts much more eloquently than I ever could. God bless you all!

by Fr. John Corapi

I have fond memories of the 4th of July going back to when I was probably only four or five years old. We remember the parades, the picnics or barbecues, and the happy gathering of families. During the American Revolution, the legal separation of the American colonies from Great Britain actually took place on July 2, 1776, when the Second Continental Congress voted to approve the resolution of independence previously put forth by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia. After debate and revision Congress approved the Declaration of Independence on July 4th.

Of note is the letter John Adams, one of only two Founding Fathers who went on to become president, wrote to his wife Abigail:
"…This day ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance, by solemn acts of devotion to God almighty. It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of the continent to the other, from this time forward forever more."
--Adams Family Papers: An Electronic Archive.
Massachusetts Historical Society

Like so many of the Founding Fathers, Adams recognized that the day of deliverance came from the providential hand of almighty God. I am not sure about large numbers of duplicitous politicians and other so-called public servants today, whether elected or appointed.

Freedom is a great thing, and we do well to celebrate it on the 4th of July. That being said, it’s something rooted in truth, and apart from the truth there can be no authentic freedom.

"If you continue in my word [truth] you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free." (John 8:31-32)

An individual, a country, or a world that does not remain rooted in objective truth cannot ultimately live in freedom.

Some highlights of this reality:
1731: Freedom is the power, rooted in reason and will, to act or not to act, to do this or that, and so to perform deliberate actions on one’s own responsibility. By free will one shapes one’s own life. Human freedom is a force for growth and maturity in truth and goodness; it attains its perfection when directed toward God, our beatitude [true happiness].



1733: The more one does what is good, the freer one becomes…



One of the most common errors of all time is to confuse freedom and license. Today, frequently under the specious pretext freedom, mankind acts in a manner that is really license. We are not morally free to do whatever we choose to do. Only when rooted in truth and acting in objective truth can we hope to be free.

No one has the moral right to do evil. No one has the moral right to choose to take an innocent life or to engage in actions that are out of accord with right reason or any objective standards of morality we have ever known.

The inevitable consequence of abusing freedom is losing freedom. Soon, if we do not alter our present course, the United States will no longer be the home of the brave and the land of the free. Loss of personal freedoms, one at a time, is already well underway. One day we shall awake from our moral slumber and find that we have become slaves.



We must live in truth and act in truth if we are to remain free. Abuse it and I assure you we shall lose it! Wake up America! God is not a disinterested spectator. Let’s thank God for our freedom, but let’s not sit by idly while the forces of darkness divorce freedom from truth. For, as Jesus says, “The man who sins is the slave of sin.” (John 8:34)



I’ll leave you with the motto of the United States Army Special Forces on this 4th of July:
De oppresso liber! (To free the oppressed)



Indeed, Jesus came to set the captives free. Let’s do our part for our country and our world that we might all remain free in the glorious freedom of the children of God.
God Bless You,
Fr. John Corapi

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The following video, Jason Upton - Freedom Reign, courtesy of You Tube.



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About Fr. John Corapi

Father is a perpetually professed priest member of the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity.

The pillars of father's preaching are basically three:
• Love for and a relationship with the Blessed Virgin Mary which leads us into a vibrant and loving relationship with Jesus Christ.

• Great love and reverence for the Most Holy Eucharist--from Holy Mass to adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.


• An uncompromising love for and obedience to the Holy Father and the teaching of the Magisterium of the Church.


Father Corapi's audio and video series on the Catechism of the Catholic Church entitled The Teaching of Jesus Christ has been widely acclaimed and is used throughout the world as a course in religious education and catechesis.

The essence of Father's message is the essential message of Jesus Christ. It is Good News: a message of truth and goodness, love and mercy. It is above all else a message of hope. Father is available to preach retreats, missions, and conferences:
Rev. John Corapi, SOLT
P.O. Box 9440

Kalispell, MT 59901

Telephone: (406) 751-1900 

Fax: (406) 751-1912


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