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What We’re Thankful For

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December 2, 2013

Still in the glow of Thanksgiving, and with an entire month of thankfulness ahead of us, it’s a good time to reflect on what we’re thankful for, especially in the rush and anxiety imposed on us by the world during what should be a holy and reflective season. Here are some of the things for which we should always be thankful and which should ground us when the season’s unnatural stresses distress us.

They are the three pillars of a successful Republic, based in Judeo-Christian, traditional values: First, and foremost, life, the primary right of all, to be born and live free from harm; liberty, to exercise our God-given natural rights, not rights from government or man; and family, the foundational core of civilized society, communities an nations.

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