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Thursday, September 26 2019

The national financial deficit is blasting by $22.5 trillion as ever-expanding federal government spending programs continue to outpace what the economy can support. This is irresponsible and not sustainable if we continue on the present course.
The national fathering deficit has 40 percent of kids waking up in homes without a dad present as marriages continue to fail nearly half of the time. Furthermore, fifty percent of on

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Thursday, September 19 2019

The most powerful man in the world - He is a very unique man who is consistent in his beliefs and stands on issues with a keen understanding of the impact he has on generations to come. He is committed to doing what is right, with perseverance second to none. He is a humble leader who accepts responsibility for preserving this one nation under God.

The most powerful man in the world is on

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Thursday, September 12 2019

“I remember lookin’ up to look up to him. An’ I remember, most the time he wasn’t there. I’d be waitin’ at the door when he got home at night. He’d pass me by to go pass out in his chair. An’ I’d say: ‘Walk a little straighter, Daddy, You’re swayin’, side to side. Your footsteps make me dizzy, and no matter how I try, I keep trippin’ an’ stumblin’. If you’d look down here, you’d see: Walk a little straighter, Daddy, You’re leading me.’” – The powerful first verse of Billy Currington’s hit song, “Walk a Little Straighter”.

A dad’s walk can be impeded by more than alcohol. One dad on

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Thursday, September 05 2019

He was raised in a violent alcoholic home. Alcoholism could be traced back through several generations of the dad’s German heritage. His mother was devoutly Catholic, the product of a rich Irish heritage. She made sure the kids were in church every Sunday. Religion was thought to be foundational for the family to navigate through a home life plagued by alcoholism exacerbated by post-traumatic stress from World War II.

Religion proved on

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