Hanukkah — The Jewish Holiday of Miracles That Inspired Early Christians

The Jewish 8-day holiday of Hanukkah (Hebrew for “Dedication”) began last Sunday evening.  Two thousand years ago, it was a major Jewish festival of miracles that inspired Jews and early Christians alike.  Later, Jewish religious leaders suppressed and ignored both the holiday and the story behind it.  Meanwhile, early Christians

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Re-Enactment at Trenton Remembers Christmas Miracle of 1776 That Saved America.

Photo from https://www.washingtoncrossingpark.org/. For the first time since 2016, hundreds of re-enactors crossed the Delaware River just north of Trenton on Christmas Day yesterday.   They dressed as soldiers of the state militias and Continental Army of 1776 and rowed the same large  “Durham” boats  used by them to row

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Liberty And Prosperity Is A Most Worthy Charity

In almost every speech he made, Abraham Lincoln reminded Americans that our nation was “conceived in liberty” with the “sentiments embodied in this Declaration”.   With more liberty, there is more prosperity.  With more liberty and prosperity, there is more charity.  Our organization, Liberty And Prosperity takes its name from

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In Those Days, There Was No King In Israel. Everyone Did As He Pleased. Judges 21:25

Last Nov 16th,  10 yr old Micah “Dew” Tennant of Atlantic City was fatally shot in Pleasantville while watching a championship high school football game with Camden with members of his family.   He was shot by 31 year old Atlantic City man who was not in any way connected

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Thanksgiving When America Was Great.

We “Boomers” are the last generation to remember Thanksgiving before “woke” public schools, TV Football, cellphones at the table, and the rush to catch early Christmas sales. Classic 1941 “Freedom from Want” Painting by Norman Rockwell Celebrating The American Way of Life.    For weeks before Thanksgiving, our elementary school

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Proposed Transgender Policy for Egg Harbor Twp Schools Should Have Been Biggest Issue In This Year’s Elections

Egg Harbor Township is a suburb of Atlantic City, NJ with a diverse population of 43,296.  Its high school has 2,366 students. Less than a week before this year’s elections, the Board of Education of Egg Harbor Township, introduced a proposed “Transgender Student Policy”.  The Board plans to finally adopt

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Radical Changes In Immigration, Schools Causing “Blue Wave” in NJ Suburbs – Not Trump.

This post is in response to recent article in North Jersey Record “Election 2019 Is Done.  Now Suburban Towns Are Target for 2020”.   Click here for link. Republican State Senate candidate Michael Testa, and GOP Assembly candidates Erik Simonsen and Antwan McClellan won important elections in Cape May and Cumberland

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Letters to the Editor: How to Write Them and Why They Work. Get Published!

Each week, our Liberty and Prosperity messages reach thousands of people in the South Jersey area through our radio spots, Facebook, Twitter, and our email updates.   However, very few of us are writing letters to the editor.  Let’s change that! Writing a letter to the editor is easier than

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