If you want to fight for your country-share this Resolution:
The shocking headlines of today show how evil is being held up as good. Virginia votes in Joe Morrissey and you wonder how. Unfortunately the Washington DC drama we have all watched for years to unseat President Trump proves evil people will do anything even if it destroys our nation.
Learn from Venezuela for your children's sake:
Our schools have been used as an incubator to grow a new breed of Americans who hates America, hates their color, hates their past and don't know enough truths to see they are self-destructive. All in the name of equality? Learn more...
But the results will make US equally poor as Venezuela. Time to wake up folks start by listening to these speakers and press on with the Resolution to get our economy rolling.
Please click on this link and listen to the speakers (specially the doctor) and download the Resolution below (one for AL and one for other states.)
Psalm 50A psalm of Asaph.
Get Tuned In To The Truth America! Listen and Share
There is a story about how you can have the greatest orchestra but if they are not tuned--they will sound like clanging noise makers. It is time we get tuned in. Get your friend and family to join in and get information for such a time as this.
This nation is being turned but we can turn it back. It starts with foundations of truth. They have tried to erase truths through indoctrination in our Education System and put fear through prolonging the effects of Covid-19. Hear incredible speakers that will inform you and move you to help rebuild your family. It has been under attack because if they can destroy the family, they can destroy this nation.
Remember, there is help. Join us in lifting our people in prayer and in action. We must unite, after all WE are Americans. God bless you.
David Calderwood MD graduated from University of Washington School of Medicine in 1981 and completed a residency in Family Practice at the University of Alabama.
After becoming board certified in Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine, he worked in emergency departments for almost 20 years primarily in North Alabama.
He then returned to Family Medicine and has been practicing in the Huntsville Clinic for 15 years.
Louis J. Campomenosi, Ph.D., a retired career-Marine & Gulf War veteran, is an Adjunct Professor of Political Science at Tulane where he is teaching a variety of political science courses on the War on Terror, the Vietnam War, International Relations, and American Government. Dr. Campomenosi is the founder and executive director of The Louisiana Foundation for the Study of the Vietnam War and author of a book under review at Texas Tech University Press entitled Vietnam, U.S. Policy and the New York Times: A Reinterpretation of the Times’ Editorial Coverage, 1945-65.
Since retiring from the Marines in 1992, he has taught several courses at LSU, UNA, USM, and Tulane on International Relations, American Foreign Policy, War on Terror, American Government, American Political Philosophy and a course on Vietnam entitled Vietnam: Policy and Process. He has presented a number of papers on Vietnam and the New York Times at Texas Tech’s Center for the Study of the Vietnam War.
Dr. Campomenosi has also participated in many panels on the Vietnam War and on American Foreign Policy; hosted a four-part television series on Vietnam that aired in Baton Rouge in 2001; participated in a debate on the Iraq War at LSU in February 2003, defending the justice of the war; and in March 2006 in another debate at USM’s Gulfport Campus argued that Iraq was a “war of necessity, not choice.”
While at USM, he wrote several columns in the Biloxi Sun Herald about the Iraq War and one on Homeland Security with his former Tulane colleague Professor David Clinton. In addition, he has spoken at numerous local public organizations on various aspects of the War on Terror and “Threats to the Constitution”.
Betty Peters former member of the Alabama State School Board (2003-2019). One of the first State Board members to speak out about the Common Core State Standards Initiative. She has been fighting it since it's inception and has tried to warn all of us. Unfortunately her warnings have come to pass and are now before us nationally. More on her bio coming.
Evangelist Dave Kistler was born into a pastor’s home and came to Christ at the age of 5. During his teenage years, he began preparing for a legal profession. However, at the age of 16, he sensed the overwhelming call of God to preach the gospel. Following his college and seminary training (during which he obtained an undergraduate degree in Bible and Graduate degrees in Pastoral Studies and Divinity-including Biblical Languages), Dave joined the staff of a large church in Florida, leading a youth group of 125 teens. After two years in youth ministry, he yielded to full-time evangelistic ministry.
For over 30 years, Dave, his wife Betsy and children (Rachael, Nathan and Hannah) have traveled the world proclaiming the gospel and the word of God. Included in his ministry is an evangelistic outreach to major cities via a 2000 seat tent. Since 2001, Dave has conducted three crusades in Washington, DC, and two in the Pentagon. As a result of those evangelistic endeavors, he has started an ongoing ministry to elected officials in the nation's capital called “HOPE To The Hill.“
Evangelist Kistler’s ministry (HOPE Ministries International) has ministered in England, France, Belgium, Scotland, Wales, Canada, Mexico, the West Indies and Africa, as well as in almost every state in the nation! Dave Kistler-
Joan Landes is a practicing psychotherapist licensed as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the state of Utah, USA. She is credentialed to assess, diagnose, and treat individuals, couples and families who struggle with the daily stressors of life or who manifest clinical symptoms of mental illness. She has worked for years in residential treatment centers with teens who experienced depression, anxiety, oppositional defiance, body image issues, addictions, trauma, attention deficit, self-mutilation and suicidality. Additionally, she has worked in various agencies, public and private, with individuals of all ages and families who are experiencing relational distress.
Joan was awarded a full scholarship at age 17 to attend Brigham Young University. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in clinical psychology.
Joan earned a 4.0 GPA from graduate school and presents workshops and seminars around the country on developing personal and relationship resilience. Joan has counseled thousands of people to overcome challenges and create exciting, meaningful lives. She loves to make concepts simple enough that everyone can understand. For that reason, she has a devoted following of former clients who spread the word about her positive, hopeful approach to life.