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This Conservative Movement is about leadership at the highest level – larger than any individual candidate and about ideals that are the fabric of every human being in living a purposeful life. This Conservative Movement is about Citizens who yearn to be more and who seek more in their leaders to create a society of honor and forethought. It is a lifeline to the 21st Century for greater thought and humanitarian action. The role of government is to keep things honest, not to provide for us or control us – there is infinitely more brainpower, initiative and desire in the private sector and the revitalized conservative movement will show how to harness this power for society as a whole… — The Conservative Movement

(1) Freedom requires a moral society and this is why the first Amendment states “Congress shall pass no law interfering with the practice of religion.”

(2) Freedom requires our leadership and representatives to be dedicated to preserving our Freedom and to serve the people with honor.

(3) Freedom requires an informed society – people must have information to elect and manage their citizen representatives.

(4) Freedom requires a Free Press to sound the alarm when our Freedom is threatened.

Conservatism is

One comment on “Freedom

  1. Reply Patricia Jan 23,2013 07:35

    FROM BONDAGE TO BONDAGE

    FROM BONDAGE TO BONDAGE

    “Say to them, `This is the nation which does not listen to the voice of the Lord, its God, or take correction. Faithfulness has disappeared; the word itself is banished from their speech'” (Jeremiah 7:28); “They have set their abominations – extremely disgusting and shamefully vile – in the house which is called by My name, to defile it” (Jeremiah 7:30, The Amplified Old Testament).

    For years prophets have told us that we no longer listen to the voice of our Lord; we do not appreciate the correction we would experience if we bothered to listen to God’s word. Let us read and consider the rise and fall of former great civilizations:

    1. From bondage to spiritual faith;
    2. From spiritual faith to great courage;
    3. From courage to liberty;
    4. From liberty to abundance;
    5. From abundance to selfishness;
    6. From selfishness to complacency;
    7. From complacency to apathy;
    8. From apathy to dependency;
    9. From dependency right back to the bondage where it all started.

    We have taken the liberty of taking God’s liberty and making light and license of it. We refuse to be reformed and reclaimed, for then we would have to admit that we are not our own, but God’s, and our intellectual pride forbids that.

    We have journeyed rather quickly from bondage to bondage. Somewhere in between we lost our bearings. The day must come that even God Himself will no longer be able to forbear us. One of our modern prophets, Billy Graham, is reported to have said, “If Jesus doesn’t come back soon, He will have to apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah.”

    “For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him…” (Romans 1:21a NIV).

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