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10 Highly Intelligent Questions To Ask Your Relatives This Thanksgiving

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Isn’t it fascinating how the mainstream media is instructing people what to ask their family members this Thanksgiving? As usual, the questions they pose are all about promoting a specific political narrative, such as asking your hosts whether they “own guns” (with the presumption being that it’s bad if they do). To counter the complete […]

The True Story of Thanksgiving

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Come Thanksgiving Day each year, many of us give the nod to Pilgrims and Indians and talk of making ready for a harsh first winter in the New World. But for the Christian, the deepest roots of our thanksgiving go back to the Old World, way back before the Pilgrims, to a story as old […]

The Good Side Of Thanksgiving And The Bad Side Of Thanksgiving

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I have to admit – of all the holidays on our calendar, Thanksgiving is one of my favorites.  It is a time to gather with family and friends, and it is a time to give thanks for all the good things that have happened to us this year.  And the remarkable acts of generosity that […]

Instead Of Black Friday Materialism, Thanksgiving Weekend Should Be A Time To Live, Laugh And Love

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On Friday, hordes of desperate zombies were spotted desperately trying to save a few dollars on toys, apparel and cheaply made electronic goods all over America.  Seemingly oblivious to the fact that virtually all of these goods were made outside of the United States in nations where it is legal to pay slave labor wages, […]

Missouri’s largest military base makes Thanksgiving special for personnel

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What’s very likely the biggest Thanksgiving feast in Missouri takes place at the Fort Leonard Wood military installation. The base provides nearly 11,000 meals during its annual lunch celebration and more than 25,000 throughout the day.  Four tons of turkey is required to pull off the event which takes place in ten dining halls. Installation […]

NYC ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL BANS CHRISTMAS, THANKSGIVING, PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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IMAGE CREDITS: WIKIMEDIA COM NEW YORK – Thirty-three year old Brooklyn principal Eujin Jaela Kim replaced her school’s Christmas parties with “winter celebrations,” and outlawed The Pledge of Allegiance. The new principal also eliminated Thanksgiving, despite clear notice from the city’s department of education allowing for holiday themes and symbols, the New York Post reports. “We definitely can’t […]

Black Friday or Dawn of the Dead: What Is the Difference?

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Remember that George Romero movie from the late 1970s?Dawn of the Dead? Everything about this year’sBlack Friday is even more gag-inducing than previous years. Maybe it’s just me, or maybe it’s because people do not realize how dire things really are here in America, but the fact that people continue to act like a bunch of […]

Black Friday Now More Popular Than Thanksgiving

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Image Credits: John B. Henderson / Flickr (Cropped for size) Black Friday is more popular than Thanksgiving, according to Twitter, highlighting America’s trend away from family life and toward Idiocracy-style consumerism. Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving considered the first day of the Christmas shopping season, was mentioned nearly 25% more often than Thanksgiving at their […]

The Last American Thanksgiving

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I  sincerely hope your family has a blessed  Thanksgiving, complete with all the turkey, stuffing  and pumpkin pie that you could eat. May you enjoy fellowship with those who are dearest to us. If you are one of the remaining Americans who has a enough to eat, count your blessings! We Americans may not have many […]

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

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Due to your generosity and loyalty we have received many blessing, for which you have our humble thanks! Each of you have contributed to make Christian Patriots a successful and growing concern… we could not have accomplished what we have without you! It goes without saying that each and every one of you is very […]

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