From the Founder:12/2 – The 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Alaska this past Friday, with a multitude of shock waves was indeed horrible for those whom it has harmfully affected. Yet, it seems to be a manifestation of internal realities of events transpiring in America right now. Specifically, the outcome of the midterm elections seem to still send shock waves throughout the nation, just like the Alaskan quake. While many Americans still have difficulty dealing with the outcome of the 2018 elections, lessons are waiting to be learned, pieces needing to be re-assembled and put back in order once again. American citizens have much more to worry about right now than hurricanes, forest fires, and earthquakes. Americans need to be aware of a greater crisis that threatens our entire nation. A major political group has decided that their interpretation of reality is what is best for the American people, and it is likely that the greatest earthquake is yet to come. There is still time for American citizens to awaken, to educate themselves, and to take appropriate action according to their God given abilities and talents.
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Dennis Jamison, Founder, Citizen Sentinels Network
In a Republic, the political power is vested in the hands of Representatives of the people,, while in a straight Democracy, the political power is vested in the hands of the ignorant and uniformed masses.
In a democracy, political decisions are determined by the will of the majority, while in a republic, the people are governed by the rule of law.
In a republic people have rights and responsibilities, while in a democracy people in certain groups are granted privileges and immunities.
In a republic, the rights of the individual are secure, while in a democracy, the people only have privileges that can given and/or taken away.
Americanism Starts with Belief in a Creator Endowing Us with Inalienable Rights
by Pastor Earl Wallace
If that sounds religious, it is because the concepts come primarily from understanding how the Bible applies both to people’s personal and civic lives.
America was founded upon the application of the Bible to civics. There are Ten Commandments and the Bill of Rights of the Constitution of the United States contains ten amendments. Each amendment of the Bill of Rights is designed to compel people in government to treat “We-the-People” according to the Ten Commandments. The Declaration of Independence says God, our Creator, endows each of us with unalienable rights.
Trump’s Sward of Damocles hanging above the Resolute desk
COLORADO SPRINGS: In politics, the phrase, “Sward of Damocles” hanging over someone’s head conjures threat, danger, and unrest for the recipient. “Never Trumpers,” the “Washington elite,” Fake News purveyors, do-nothing Rhinos (Republicans in name only,) socialists, world leaders, and Indpendent Prosecutor, Robert Mueller, with his merry group of angry Democrats, have salivated over the specter of a Sward of Damocles precariously hanging over President Trump’s head.
With the prosecutor wielding his sword, sifting through the fine print of all things ‘Trump,’ his Deep State followers anxiously await “The Big Day.” On that day, their nemesis, the president will be frog-marched out of Washington, their “Sward of Damocles” has fallen and saved the kingdom.
Virtuous Leadership in America
By Phil Robertson
America is mired in instability, incivility, and lawlessness. Call me old-fashioned, or call me simple, but from my chair down here in Louisiana, families are broken. Kindness is in short supply. Americans are addicted.
Simply put, America has fallen for the lie that biblical virtues are outdated.
The Citizen Sentinels Network is dedicated to continuing Dr. Ben Carson’s educational and transformational focus during his 2016 campaign. He held to his Christian beliefs and stood firm on the fundamental principles at the basis of American government.
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