Let’s get ready for summer school!

Let’s get ready for summer school! It’s time to go back to the things we should have learned and the things we need to learn. We must understand our historical past in order to understand our present and future. During this summer session, we are going to walk through our nation’s documents, the Declaration, Articles […]

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We The People

By Dr. Gregory J. Brannon Where does sovereign power come from and to whom is it bestowed? In other words, from where does the government derive its power? The short answer is the government receives its power from the people. In this essay, we will explore not only from whom it receives its power, but […]

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The Oath

By Dr. Gregory J. Brannon “The Constitution of the United States…it’s only keepers, the people.” -George Washington Oath: a solemn promise, often involving a divine witness, regarding one’s future action or behavior. Our Founding Fathers were men of integrity. They kept their word. How do we know? We inherited the United States of America. On […]

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The American Dream

By Gregory J. Brannon Your American Dream is probably different than your neighbor’s, and that is a beautiful thing. We each determine how we personally define the American Dream in our lives. What makes the “American Dream” so special? It is because it is an individual dream! Our founders understood this principle; they knew our […]

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In God We Trust, Do We?

By Dr. Gregory J. Brannon Our founders most definitely prescribed to the motto, “In God We Trust”. They acted upon this belief to establish our country. Yet, today, the majority of Americans only take up the spirit of this motto in times of crisis. I believe at our core, we know that we are obligated […]

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Common Core

By Dr. Gregory J. Brannon Common Core is a standardized education system that does an injustice to our kids, to parents, teachers and to our country as a whole.  Common Core goes against Biblical teaching and the Constitution. Common Core hurts our public schools, our private and home schools, and ultimately our colleges.  Common Core […]

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