911: The Event That Changed America

and how to address the aftermath

The Day Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese, was a day of ‘infamy,’ a shameful and infamous attack upon our nation that killed 2,335 Americans. It was also the day that determined the fate of the Japanese nation. The ‘sleeping giant’ was now fully awakened and determined to fight back.

D-Day was the day the Allied Forces landed at the Normandy Beaches to commence the defeat of Germany’s murderous Nazi regime. 6,603 Americans gave their lives on that day. The days of the Nazi Regime were now numbered.

Tuesday, September 11th, 2001, was the Day Americans were awakened to the fact our homeland was now vulnerable to extremist attacks by Muslims from the Middle East, equally as shameful as the attack on Pearl Harbor, as Looking Up at Twin Towers in Flames 2,977 lives were lost. We all hoped their days would be numbered as well. But that has not been the case.

We quickly became aware that we needed greater security, that life in America would never be the same, safe, or secure, as in the past, and it hasn’t been.

7.6 trillion dollars has been spent on defense and homeland security, with approximately 7,000 military deaths and 50,000 wounded and injured since September 9th, 2001. Former General and Secretary of Defense James Mattis, in a recent FoxNews interview, said that terrorism would continue to be an ambient (like air, completely surrounding) threat for the foreseeable future.

After the cost in lives and money to protect and secure the nation against terrorist threats from abroad and at home, we are more divided, uncivil, lawless, immoral, unmanageable, insecure, and fearful than anytime in American history.

So what is the problem?

As Dennis Linthicum, Oregon State Senator recently said, “There is no ‘political’ solution, because the problem is not a political problem. Our nation’s problem is a social and cultural problem resulting from a worldview which no longer accepts the Judeo-Christian ethic as an appropriate worldview. The misalignment of worldview and reality cannot be solved by political power. Rather, as individuals, families, churches and communities, we must strive to instill these values into the heart and soul of culture-at-large.”

Instilling those values starts with identifying, then confronting the problem, then eradicating it.

Start here…

The War on Children: The Comprehensive Sexuality Education Agenda – 10 min version

If we do not take this challenge to parental control and God directed responsibility to protect and raise up our children in the ‘nurture and admonition of the LORD (Ephesians 6:4), we are ‘worse than infidels’
(I Timothy 5:8).

This issue is front and center in the Restore America plan to take back the Oregon Legislature from the godless, deceived, radical democrats who are fully engaged in support of this demonic, pagan, and immoral strategy.

Please help provide the financial resources we will need to lay the groundwork for this effort and see it to completion.

“Our cause is noble; it is the cause of mankind!”

George Washington

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“For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds, casting down arguments and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God.”

II Corinthians 10:4-5

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Pray for our nation’s leaders and for the Body of Christ to restore their voice in the war against freedom in America.

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