"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it." -- Thomas Paine
"You know it took us 80 years to get to where we are today and it's going to take us 80 years to contain it and start to unravel it. It's not going to all happen tomorrow and if people think it's going to happen tomorrow, then they tend to give up and don't take the little steps that they need to take today. We need to start with the little steps. We need to start chipping away and that is how we get back in the game." -- Mark Levin
If you want to turn the tide in this country, you don't need to wait for some leader to ride up on a white horse so you can take his orders. Nor do you have to be a Rush Limbaugh, Ronald Reagan, Newt Gingrich, or Billy Graham to start making a difference. To the contrary, what you will find is that when there is a big enough, enthusiastic enough army of foot soldiers who want to get this country back on track, a worthy leader will emerge to carry out their wishes.
The key to getting to that point is for YOU PERSONALLY to do what you can, with what you have, where you're at -- for the good of this country. Once there are enough of us who have that philosophy, you will be surprised at how fast this country can start to turn around.
Towards that end, here are some small suggested actions that YOU PERSONALLY, in your everyday life, can do. In fact, many of these actions are so small you may not think that they'll make a difference at all. But, from tiny acorns, mighty Oaks do grow.
1) Read the Constitution and read the Bible: If you understand the Constitution and the Bible, you'll understand the foundations of this country and will be better able to tell when the country or the church is going astray.
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