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Are You Enjoying The Four Freedoms?


It was on this day, January 6, 1941, that President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed Congress “in an effort to move the nation away from a foreign policy of neutrality. The president had watched with increasing anxiety as European nations struggled and fell to Hitler’s fascist regime and was intent on rallying public support for the United States to take a stronger interventionist role.”

At the close of his address Roosevelt said that he looked forward to a world founded upon 4 essential human freedoms–freedom of speech, freedom from want, freedom of worship, and freedom from fear. Continue reading

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Will The Supreme Court Ruling Restrict Religious Freedom?

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In the wake of the Supreme Court’s narrow 5-4 decision to legalize same-sex marriage, there have been a rash of predictions and dire warnings about the impact this will have on religious freedom.

The majority opinion seeks to appease such fears. Continue reading


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Are You Truly Free?

Have you heard about Lindsey Stone?  She’s the Massachusetts woman who posted the above picture of herself on facebook.  As you can see she is making a crude gesture and yelling in front of a sign in Arlington National Cemetery that says, “Silence and Respect.”  Obviously, she is doing neither. The post went viral causing a national controversy.  As a result, Lindsey was fired from her job. Continue reading


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Real Freedom

                   Freedom.  It’s word that swells with emotion within our hearts.  Freedom is synonymous  with America.  The Flag.  July 4th. Fireworks.  

          Freedom speaks of the state of independence.Liberty.  And a lack of restrictions. It is an opportunity to exercise one’s rights.  To pursue your dreams.  To fulfill your spirit’s longing. Continue reading


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Real Freedom

            Seventy-one years ago today on January 6, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered the State of the Union Address where he articulated “The Four Freedoms” that he saw as a goal not only for the United States, but the world.  The four fundamental freedoms “that people everywhere ought to enjoy”, according to Roosevelt, are freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. Continue reading


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