Worthwhile read

December 20th, 2017 Posted by On Our Mind 3 comments

I’ve been a fan of Timothy Daughtry’s since hearing him speak at a conference a number of years ago. He understands that conservatives need to have a message to share with young people. Winning elections isn’t enough when schools, universities, movies, media and other powerful institutions start training young people from the youngest ages to think in only one way.

Tim’s latest piece is one that I would like to share with you. You can read it here.




Nancy says:

If the world really worked anything like honeybee hives, I would be confident to say that both conservatives and liberals enjoy the honey produced from America’s original colonies. However, although conservatives acknowledge that each bee possesses a stinger, liberals go as far as to think that this world would be much better if each bee were disarmed of its stinger. The liberal aspiration might seem, on the surface, to be the higher of the two, but once a honeybee loses its stinger it will then die. So then, the quickest way to devastate any otherwise thriving colony is to follow the liberal thinking.

Nancy says:

I should want to add, as an relevant afterthought, that the honeybee dies because its guts also go with its stinger.

Have a Merry Christmas and may God bless you throughout the New Year 2018 (with stinger secured and guts intact)!

Susan Lapin says:

Wishing you a joyous Christmas, Nancy.


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