July 6, 2021
|

I hope you’re having a great 4th of July week, but between the celebratory fireworks on one hand and the anti-American political fireworks on the other, let’s take just a moment to reflect on what Independence Day really means and how it led to the freedoms and blessings that far too many Americans fail to appreciate these days.

Most historians (not New York Times writers, but real historians) mark the beginning of America as the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. But in truth, there was still a long road to travel before America as we know it came to be. First, of course, there was the matter of fighting a bloody revolution against Great Britain, one where victory was an overwhelming longshot, and win or lose, the leaders risked their lives, honor and fortunes. Victory was followed by more heated battles over what kind of government we would have.

Our Forefathers finally agreed to a blueprint, the Constitution, that wasn’t even introduced until 1789 – over 13 years later. Today, many Americans take those hard-won freedoms very lightly and seem eager to trade them away for false promises of security. Many can’t even name the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights. Maybe they’d cherish them more if they knew how close they came to not having them at all.

Did you know that the Constitution very nearly got passed without the Bill of Rights? Even some of the wisest of our forefathers thought a Bill of Rights was a dangerous idea. Alexander Hamilton argued that it was risky to list the rights the government couldn’t take away because then, politicians might try to grab any and every power that wasn’t specifically prohibited to them (apparently, the ability to rap wasn’t the only way Hamilton predicted the 21st century). He and many others also felt that a Bill of Rights was unnecessary: since nobody was surrendering their God-given rights by agreeing to the Constitution, there was no need to list them, right? Hamilton wrote, “Why declare that things shall not be done which there is no power to do?”

It’s ironic that Hamilton made that argument. Later on, as the first Treasury Secretary, he cited powers that the Constitution merely implied that the government had in order to take on debt, create a federal bank and impose unpopular taxes. Over a century later, when the federal income tax was passed, some lawmakers wanted to include a 10% limit, but they were voted down. Opponents scoffed that it was absurd to think the government would ever steal as much as 10% of an American’s hard-earned wages. Flash forward just 30 years, and they were happily taxing away 94%. So just imagine how few freedoms we’d have today if they’d listened to Hamilton and decided it wasn’t necessary to put specific limits on government power.

Luckily for us all, Thomas Jefferson won the argument, and the Bill of Rights was added. They even included the 9th amendment, which I’ll bet most people can’t even describe. Here’s what it says:

“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”

It means that just because some God-given rights aren’t specifically listed, that doesn’t mean the people cede them to the government. Maybe because so many of the framers were also farmers, they understood that like weeds, government tends to grow and grow, choking out the productive crops -- and like a bull, it will trample you if you don’t corral it. (Also, it produces the same thing a bull does.)

So if we want to preserve our freedoms, and keep government limited, maybe we should send more farmers to Washington -- and fewer lawyers.

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  • Vin Godleski

    07/06/2021 03:30 PM

    Spot on

  • Barbara Martin

    07/06/2021 03:29 PM

    YESSSSSS!!! Send more Farmers to DC!!! Please!!! We need people who understand exactly what it means to lose a job or crops you’ve been nurturing!! They know how to pull themselves up by their boot straps and start doing what’s right!!! They know how to keep us from losing everything!! Oh please dear God, help us!! ??????????????????

  • Carl T Smith

    07/06/2021 03:08 PM

    So many things the Founders PONDERED during the writing of the Constitution because they never imagined a time when one party would even Deny A Deity Exists. Communism was not even a word. The 2nd A was specifically included to PROTECT the 1st. Then LAWYERS? figured out how to allow Big Tech to Run Wild and CENSOR our President. The meme of " Laws are Made BY Lawyers FOR Lawyers is still the TRUTH.

  • Beth Schoeneberg

    07/06/2021 02:52 PM

    Thank you, Governor Huckabee, for acknowledging the importance of Farmers. I'm not sure if you're fully aware of the attacks on Rural America, but the land grabs continue. I realize that wasn't the point of your article, which I did enjoy, but... Biden's EO #14008 is about grabbing 30% more land and 30% more water...the Green New Deal is about taking control of land and food...Climate change is a hoax, its purpose is CONTROL! Rural America is under attack from the inheritance tax to the 30x30 land grab. If Rural America loses this fight, all America will be lost.

    Thank you for all you do, I enjoy your daily devotionals. I own and host a nationally syndicated radio talk show; CSC Talk Radio, the only true voice for Rural America.

    September 26, 2019 God tapped me on the shoulder and told me to start each show with prayer; I obeyed! I used to tweet those to you regularly, as I thought you would appreciate the meaning of: "For Such a Time as This"

    I'd be honored if you'd be my guest. My show airs LIVE Mon-Fri 10-11am CT.
    Circle back to me, as Jen would say... call my office at 573-796-2166 and/or send an email to [email protected]

    God, Family and Country - and in that order...
    For Liberty - Amen!

  • Deb Hillis

    07/06/2021 02:48 PM

    It is truly beyond my comprehension that this celebration of our founding that all of a sudden our great country is a racist mess and founded upon racist beliefs. This is being spouted by the same people who have been in government “service “ for many years!!! Getting fat off the backs of the very people they are now calling racist!!! This is a very sad time in our country. We continue to pray that GOD will not allow this evil to over take our country! Thank you for continuing to reveal truth to those who will listen. GOD bless you.

  • Les South

    07/06/2021 02:36 PM

    Thanks, Governor.

  • Sherry Glascock aka Sharon

    07/06/2021 02:28 PM

    Yes I agree, but not one farmer that I know for he is one of the Left Idiots and will argue to his dieing breath Do As A Democrat Only even if it is Wrong. Most farmers have more brains than the lawyers. I took a law in Banking class and every time I had the class figured out, the instructure changed it. When I questioned him he just laughed and said that is why I am a Lawyer and a Judge we can change anything we want.

  • Janice Short

    07/06/2021 02:11 PM

    I totally agree that we need to keep government smaller & I also agree we have too many lawyers in government. So let's do send more farmers to Washington, DC. Replace Pelosi, Waters, AOC, Romney & all of the RINOS, Shumer, Omar & all those who want to destroy our great country!!!
    WAKE UP AMERICA before we become another communist country. We DO NOT want this!! Communism & Socialism never works!!

  • Claire L. King

    07/06/2021 02:09 PM

    Happy Tuesday Morning!!! Thank you so much for the wise words and always for sharing God's Word. I wanted you to know that when I read and think about what you have to say a Bible verse comes to mind each and every time. Galatians 5:22 is a verse that you live. I can't say that about most public figures but you sir live these words from God. Thank you and God Bless!!!
    Mrs. King, Prescott, Arizona

  • Janice Saccomanno

    07/06/2021 02:05 PM

    God bless our farmers!

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July 6, 2021
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I hope you’re having a great 4th of July week, but between the celebratory fireworks on one hand and the anti-American political fireworks on the other, let’s take just a moment to reflect on what Independence Day really means and how it led to the freedoms and blessings that far too many Americans fail to appreciate these days.

Most historians (not New York Times writers, but real historians) mark the beginning of America as the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. But in truth, there was still a long road to travel before America as we know it came to be. First, of course, there was the matter of fighting a bloody revolution against Great Britain, one where victory was an overwhelming longshot, and win or lose, the leaders risked their lives, honor and fortunes. Victory was followed by more heated battles over what kind of government we would have.

Our Forefathers finally agreed to a blueprint, the Constitution, that wasn’t even introduced until 1789 – over 13 years later. Today, many Americans take those hard-won freedoms very lightly and seem eager to trade them away for false promises of security. Many can’t even name the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights. Maybe they’d cherish them more if they knew how close they came to not having them at all.

Did you know that the Constitution very nearly got passed without the Bill of Rights? Even some of the wisest of our forefathers thought a Bill of Rights was a dangerous idea. Alexander Hamilton argued that it was risky to list the rights the government couldn’t take away because then, politicians might try to grab any and every power that wasn’t specifically prohibited to them (apparently, the ability to rap wasn’t the only way Hamilton predicted the 21st century). He and many others also felt that a Bill of Rights was unnecessary: since nobody was surrendering their God-given rights by agreeing to the Constitution, there was no need to list them, right? Hamilton wrote, “Why declare that things shall not be done which there is no power to do?”

It’s ironic that Hamilton made that argument. Later on, as the first Treasury Secretary, he cited powers that the Constitution merely implied that the government had in order to take on debt, create a federal bank and impose unpopular taxes. Over a century later, when the federal income tax was passed, some lawmakers wanted to include a 10% limit, but they were voted down. Opponents scoffed that it was absurd to think the government would ever steal as much as 10% of an American’s hard-earned wages. Flash forward just 30 years, and they were happily taxing away 94%. So just imagine how few freedoms we’d have today if they’d listened to Hamilton and decided it wasn’t necessary to put specific limits on government power.

Luckily for us all, Thomas Jefferson won the argument, and the Bill of Rights was added. They even included the 9th amendment, which I’ll bet most people can’t even describe. Here’s what it says:

“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”

It means that just because some God-given rights aren’t specifically listed, that doesn’t mean the people cede them to the government. Maybe because so many of the framers were also farmers, they understood that like weeds, government tends to grow and grow, choking out the productive crops -- and like a bull, it will trample you if you don’t corral it. (Also, it produces the same thing a bull does.)

So if we want to preserve our freedoms, and keep government limited, maybe we should send more farmers to Washington -- and fewer lawyers.

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  • Vin Godleski

    07/06/2021 03:30 PM

    Spot on

  • Barbara Martin

    07/06/2021 03:29 PM

    YESSSSSS!!! Send more Farmers to DC!!! Please!!! We need people who understand exactly what it means to lose a job or crops you’ve been nurturing!! They know how to pull themselves up by their boot straps and start doing what’s right!!! They know how to keep us from losing everything!! Oh please dear God, help us!! ??????????????????

  • Carl T Smith

    07/06/2021 03:08 PM

    So many things the Founders PONDERED during the writing of the Constitution because they never imagined a time when one party would even Deny A Deity Exists. Communism was not even a word. The 2nd A was specifically included to PROTECT the 1st. Then LAWYERS? figured out how to allow Big Tech to Run Wild and CENSOR our President. The meme of " Laws are Made BY Lawyers FOR Lawyers is still the TRUTH.

  • Beth Schoeneberg

    07/06/2021 02:52 PM

    Thank you, Governor Huckabee, for acknowledging the importance of Farmers. I'm not sure if you're fully aware of the attacks on Rural America, but the land grabs continue. I realize that wasn't the point of your article, which I did enjoy, but... Biden's EO #14008 is about grabbing 30% more land and 30% more water...the Green New Deal is about taking control of land and food...Climate change is a hoax, its purpose is CONTROL! Rural America is under attack from the inheritance tax to the 30x30 land grab. If Rural America loses this fight, all America will be lost.

    Thank you for all you do, I enjoy your daily devotionals. I own and host a nationally syndicated radio talk show; CSC Talk Radio, the only true voice for Rural America.

    September 26, 2019 God tapped me on the shoulder and told me to start each show with prayer; I obeyed! I used to tweet those to you regularly, as I thought you would appreciate the meaning of: "For Such a Time as This"

    I'd be honored if you'd be my guest. My show airs LIVE Mon-Fri 10-11am CT.
    Circle back to me, as Jen would say... call my office at 573-796-2166 and/or send an email to [email protected]

    God, Family and Country - and in that order...
    For Liberty - Amen!

  • Deb Hillis

    07/06/2021 02:48 PM

    It is truly beyond my comprehension that this celebration of our founding that all of a sudden our great country is a racist mess and founded upon racist beliefs. This is being spouted by the same people who have been in government “service “ for many years!!! Getting fat off the backs of the very people they are now calling racist!!! This is a very sad time in our country. We continue to pray that GOD will not allow this evil to over take our country! Thank you for continuing to reveal truth to those who will listen. GOD bless you.

  • Les South

    07/06/2021 02:36 PM

    Thanks, Governor.

  • Sherry Glascock aka Sharon

    07/06/2021 02:28 PM

    Yes I agree, but not one farmer that I know for he is one of the Left Idiots and will argue to his dieing breath Do As A Democrat Only even if it is Wrong. Most farmers have more brains than the lawyers. I took a law in Banking class and every time I had the class figured out, the instructure changed it. When I questioned him he just laughed and said that is why I am a Lawyer and a Judge we can change anything we want.

  • Janice Short

    07/06/2021 02:11 PM

    I totally agree that we need to keep government smaller & I also agree we have too many lawyers in government. So let's do send more farmers to Washington, DC. Replace Pelosi, Waters, AOC, Romney & all of the RINOS, Shumer, Omar & all those who want to destroy our great country!!!
    WAKE UP AMERICA before we become another communist country. We DO NOT want this!! Communism & Socialism never works!!

  • Claire L. King

    07/06/2021 02:09 PM

    Happy Tuesday Morning!!! Thank you so much for the wise words and always for sharing God's Word. I wanted you to know that when I read and think about what you have to say a Bible verse comes to mind each and every time. Galatians 5:22 is a verse that you live. I can't say that about most public figures but you sir live these words from God. Thank you and God Bless!!!
    Mrs. King, Prescott, Arizona

  • Janice Saccomanno

    07/06/2021 02:05 PM

    God bless our farmers!

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July 6, 2021
|

I hope you’re having a great 4th of July week, but between the celebratory fireworks on one hand and the anti-American political fireworks on the other, let’s take just a moment to reflect on what Independence Day really means and how it led to the freedoms and blessings that far too many Americans fail to appreciate these days.

Most historians (not New York Times writers, but real historians) mark the beginning of America as the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. But in truth, there was still a long road to travel before America as we know it came to be. First, of course, there was the matter of fighting a bloody revolution against Great Britain, one where victory was an overwhelming longshot, and win or lose, the leaders risked their lives, honor and fortunes. Victory was followed by more heated battles over what kind of government we would have.

Our Forefathers finally agreed to a blueprint, the Constitution, that wasn’t even introduced until 1789 – over 13 years later. Today, many Americans take those hard-won freedoms very lightly and seem eager to trade them away for false promises of security. Many can’t even name the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights. Maybe they’d cherish them more if they knew how close they came to not having them at all.

Did you know that the Constitution very nearly got passed without the Bill of Rights? Even some of the wisest of our forefathers thought a Bill of Rights was a dangerous idea. Alexander Hamilton argued that it was risky to list the rights the government couldn’t take away because then, politicians might try to grab any and every power that wasn’t specifically prohibited to them (apparently, the ability to rap wasn’t the only way Hamilton predicted the 21st century). He and many others also felt that a Bill of Rights was unnecessary: since nobody was surrendering their God-given rights by agreeing to the Constitution, there was no need to list them, right? Hamilton wrote, “Why declare that things shall not be done which there is no power to do?”

It’s ironic that Hamilton made that argument. Later on, as the first Treasury Secretary, he cited powers that the Constitution merely implied that the government had in order to take on debt, create a federal bank and impose unpopular taxes. Over a century later, when the federal income tax was passed, some lawmakers wanted to include a 10% limit, but they were voted down. Opponents scoffed that it was absurd to think the government would ever steal as much as 10% of an American’s hard-earned wages. Flash forward just 30 years, and they were happily taxing away 94%. So just imagine how few freedoms we’d have today if they’d listened to Hamilton and decided it wasn’t necessary to put specific limits on government power.

Luckily for us all, Thomas Jefferson won the argument, and the Bill of Rights was added. They even included the 9th amendment, which I’ll bet most people can’t even describe. Here’s what it says:

“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”

It means that just because some God-given rights aren’t specifically listed, that doesn’t mean the people cede them to the government. Maybe because so many of the framers were also farmers, they understood that like weeds, government tends to grow and grow, choking out the productive crops -- and like a bull, it will trample you if you don’t corral it. (Also, it produces the same thing a bull does.)

So if we want to preserve our freedoms, and keep government limited, maybe we should send more farmers to Washington -- and fewer lawyers.

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  • Vin Godleski

    07/06/2021 03:30 PM

    Spot on

  • Barbara Martin

    07/06/2021 03:29 PM

    YESSSSSS!!! Send more Farmers to DC!!! Please!!! We need people who understand exactly what it means to lose a job or crops you’ve been nurturing!! They know how to pull themselves up by their boot straps and start doing what’s right!!! They know how to keep us from losing everything!! Oh please dear God, help us!! ??????????????????

  • Carl T Smith

    07/06/2021 03:08 PM

    So many things the Founders PONDERED during the writing of the Constitution because they never imagined a time when one party would even Deny A Deity Exists. Communism was not even a word. The 2nd A was specifically included to PROTECT the 1st. Then LAWYERS? figured out how to allow Big Tech to Run Wild and CENSOR our President. The meme of " Laws are Made BY Lawyers FOR Lawyers is still the TRUTH.

  • Beth Schoeneberg

    07/06/2021 02:52 PM

    Thank you, Governor Huckabee, for acknowledging the importance of Farmers. I'm not sure if you're fully aware of the attacks on Rural America, but the land grabs continue. I realize that wasn't the point of your article, which I did enjoy, but... Biden's EO #14008 is about grabbing 30% more land and 30% more water...the Green New Deal is about taking control of land and food...Climate change is a hoax, its purpose is CONTROL! Rural America is under attack from the inheritance tax to the 30x30 land grab. If Rural America loses this fight, all America will be lost.

    Thank you for all you do, I enjoy your daily devotionals. I own and host a nationally syndicated radio talk show; CSC Talk Radio, the only true voice for Rural America.

    September 26, 2019 God tapped me on the shoulder and told me to start each show with prayer; I obeyed! I used to tweet those to you regularly, as I thought you would appreciate the meaning of: "For Such a Time as This"

    I'd be honored if you'd be my guest. My show airs LIVE Mon-Fri 10-11am CT.
    Circle back to me, as Jen would say... call my office at 573-796-2166 and/or send an email to [email protected]

    God, Family and Country - and in that order...
    For Liberty - Amen!

  • Deb Hillis

    07/06/2021 02:48 PM

    It is truly beyond my comprehension that this celebration of our founding that all of a sudden our great country is a racist mess and founded upon racist beliefs. This is being spouted by the same people who have been in government “service “ for many years!!! Getting fat off the backs of the very people they are now calling racist!!! This is a very sad time in our country. We continue to pray that GOD will not allow this evil to over take our country! Thank you for continuing to reveal truth to those who will listen. GOD bless you.

  • Les South

    07/06/2021 02:36 PM

    Thanks, Governor.

  • Sherry Glascock aka Sharon

    07/06/2021 02:28 PM

    Yes I agree, but not one farmer that I know for he is one of the Left Idiots and will argue to his dieing breath Do As A Democrat Only even if it is Wrong. Most farmers have more brains than the lawyers. I took a law in Banking class and every time I had the class figured out, the instructure changed it. When I questioned him he just laughed and said that is why I am a Lawyer and a Judge we can change anything we want.

  • Janice Short

    07/06/2021 02:11 PM

    I totally agree that we need to keep government smaller & I also agree we have too many lawyers in government. So let's do send more farmers to Washington, DC. Replace Pelosi, Waters, AOC, Romney & all of the RINOS, Shumer, Omar & all those who want to destroy our great country!!!
    WAKE UP AMERICA before we become another communist country. We DO NOT want this!! Communism & Socialism never works!!

  • Claire L. King

    07/06/2021 02:09 PM

    Happy Tuesday Morning!!! Thank you so much for the wise words and always for sharing God's Word. I wanted you to know that when I read and think about what you have to say a Bible verse comes to mind each and every time. Galatians 5:22 is a verse that you live. I can't say that about most public figures but you sir live these words from God. Thank you and God Bless!!!
    Mrs. King, Prescott, Arizona

  • Janice Saccomanno

    07/06/2021 02:05 PM

    God bless our farmers!

July 6, 2021
|

I hope you’re having a great 4th of July week, but between the celebratory fireworks on one hand and the anti-American political fireworks on the other, let’s take just a moment to reflect on what Independence Day really means and how it led to the freedoms and blessings that far too many Americans fail to appreciate these days.

Most historians (not New York Times writers, but real historians) mark the beginning of America as the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. But in truth, there was still a long road to travel before America as we know it came to be. First, of course, there was the matter of fighting a bloody revolution against Great Britain, one where victory was an overwhelming longshot, and win or lose, the leaders risked their lives, honor and fortunes. Victory was followed by more heated battles over what kind of government we would have.

Our Forefathers finally agreed to a blueprint, the Constitution, that wasn’t even introduced until 1789 – over 13 years later. Today, many Americans take those hard-won freedoms very lightly and seem eager to trade them away for false promises of security. Many can’t even name the freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights. Maybe they’d cherish them more if they knew how close they came to not having them at all.

Did you know that the Constitution very nearly got passed without the Bill of Rights? Even some of the wisest of our forefathers thought a Bill of Rights was a dangerous idea. Alexander Hamilton argued that it was risky to list the rights the government couldn’t take away because then, politicians might try to grab any and every power that wasn’t specifically prohibited to them (apparently, the ability to rap wasn’t the only way Hamilton predicted the 21st century). He and many others also felt that a Bill of Rights was unnecessary: since nobody was surrendering their God-given rights by agreeing to the Constitution, there was no need to list them, right? Hamilton wrote, “Why declare that things shall not be done which there is no power to do?”

It’s ironic that Hamilton made that argument. Later on, as the first Treasury Secretary, he cited powers that the Constitution merely implied that the government had in order to take on debt, create a federal bank and impose unpopular taxes. Over a century later, when the federal income tax was passed, some lawmakers wanted to include a 10% limit, but they were voted down. Opponents scoffed that it was absurd to think the government would ever steal as much as 10% of an American’s hard-earned wages. Flash forward just 30 years, and they were happily taxing away 94%. So just imagine how few freedoms we’d have today if they’d listened to Hamilton and decided it wasn’t necessary to put specific limits on government power.

Luckily for us all, Thomas Jefferson won the argument, and the Bill of Rights was added. They even included the 9th amendment, which I’ll bet most people can’t even describe. Here’s what it says:

“The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”

It means that just because some God-given rights aren’t specifically listed, that doesn’t mean the people cede them to the government. Maybe because so many of the framers were also farmers, they understood that like weeds, government tends to grow and grow, choking out the productive crops -- and like a bull, it will trample you if you don’t corral it. (Also, it produces the same thing a bull does.)

So if we want to preserve our freedoms, and keep government limited, maybe we should send more farmers to Washington -- and fewer lawyers.

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  • Vin Godleski

    07/06/2021 03:30 PM

    Spot on

  • Barbara Martin

    07/06/2021 03:29 PM

    YESSSSSS!!! Send more Farmers to DC!!! Please!!! We need people who understand exactly what it means to lose a job or crops you’ve been nurturing!! They know how to pull themselves up by their boot straps and start doing what’s right!!! They know how to keep us from losing everything!! Oh please dear God, help us!! ??????????????????

  • Carl T Smith

    07/06/2021 03:08 PM

    So many things the Founders PONDERED during the writing of the Constitution because they never imagined a time when one party would even Deny A Deity Exists. Communism was not even a word. The 2nd A was specifically included to PROTECT the 1st. Then LAWYERS? figured out how to allow Big Tech to Run Wild and CENSOR our President. The meme of " Laws are Made BY Lawyers FOR Lawyers is still the TRUTH.

  • Beth Schoeneberg

    07/06/2021 02:52 PM

    Thank you, Governor Huckabee, for acknowledging the importance of Farmers. I'm not sure if you're fully aware of the attacks on Rural America, but the land grabs continue. I realize that wasn't the point of your article, which I did enjoy, but... Biden's EO #14008 is about grabbing 30% more land and 30% more water...the Green New Deal is about taking control of land and food...Climate change is a hoax, its purpose is CONTROL! Rural America is under attack from the inheritance tax to the 30x30 land grab. If Rural America loses this fight, all America will be lost.

    Thank you for all you do, I enjoy your daily devotionals. I own and host a nationally syndicated radio talk show; CSC Talk Radio, the only true voice for Rural America.

    September 26, 2019 God tapped me on the shoulder and told me to start each show with prayer; I obeyed! I used to tweet those to you regularly, as I thought you would appreciate the meaning of: "For Such a Time as This"

    I'd be honored if you'd be my guest. My show airs LIVE Mon-Fri 10-11am CT.
    Circle back to me, as Jen would say... call my office at 573-796-2166 and/or send an email to [email protected]

    God, Family and Country - and in that order...
    For Liberty - Amen!

  • Deb Hillis

    07/06/2021 02:48 PM

    It is truly beyond my comprehension that this celebration of our founding that all of a sudden our great country is a racist mess and founded upon racist beliefs. This is being spouted by the same people who have been in government “service “ for many years!!! Getting fat off the backs of the very people they are now calling racist!!! This is a very sad time in our country. We continue to pray that GOD will not allow this evil to over take our country! Thank you for continuing to reveal truth to those who will listen. GOD bless you.

  • Les South

    07/06/2021 02:36 PM

    Thanks, Governor.

  • Sherry Glascock aka Sharon

    07/06/2021 02:28 PM

    Yes I agree, but not one farmer that I know for he is one of the Left Idiots and will argue to his dieing breath Do As A Democrat Only even if it is Wrong. Most farmers have more brains than the lawyers. I took a law in Banking class and every time I had the class figured out, the instructure changed it. When I questioned him he just laughed and said that is why I am a Lawyer and a Judge we can change anything we want.

  • Janice Short

    07/06/2021 02:11 PM

    I totally agree that we need to keep government smaller & I also agree we have too many lawyers in government. So let's do send more farmers to Washington, DC. Replace Pelosi, Waters, AOC, Romney & all of the RINOS, Shumer, Omar & all those who want to destroy our great country!!!
    WAKE UP AMERICA before we become another communist country. We DO NOT want this!! Communism & Socialism never works!!

  • Claire L. King

    07/06/2021 02:09 PM

    Happy Tuesday Morning!!! Thank you so much for the wise words and always for sharing God's Word. I wanted you to know that when I read and think about what you have to say a Bible verse comes to mind each and every time. Galatians 5:22 is a verse that you live. I can't say that about most public figures but you sir live these words from God. Thank you and God Bless!!!
    Mrs. King, Prescott, Arizona

  • Janice Saccomanno

    07/06/2021 02:05 PM

    God bless our farmers!

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