Although businesses and governments will honor Veterans on either Friday or Monday, November 11 is 

Veterans Day.  Here are some ways you can honor those who have kept America safe for 241 years:

1.  Glendale 14th Annual Veterans Day Ceremony

     9-10am, Friday November 10, Glendale Main Library Auditorium, 5959 W Brown St, Glendale

2.  Anthem Veterans Day Celebration

    10am, Saturday, November 11, Anthem Veterans Memorial, 41703 N Gavilan Peak Parkway, Anthem

3.  East Valley Veterans Parade

     11am, Saturday, November 11, Mesa [LINK] to Parade route

4.  Phoenix Veterans Day Parade

     11am, Saturday, November 11, starts at Montbello and Central, turns East on Camelback Road,

     and then turns South on 7th Street and de-stages at Indian School Road

5.  Los Hermanos Familia 

     10am, Saturday November 11, Veterans Day parade beginning at the First Baptist Church of

      Lubbock located at 2201 Broadway.   Parade route unavailable

6.  Prescott  Veterans Day Parade

     10:30-1:00pm, Saturday November 11, 120 S. Cortez St Prescott

7.  Sierra Vista 23rd Annual Veterans Day Parade

     9-11am, November 11 Beginning at 7th Street and ending at Veterans Memorial Park, Parade

     route unavailable

8.  Tempe Veterans Day Parade

     10am Friday, November 10, Mill Ave., Tempe from ASU Gammage to Tempe Beach Park

And other events.  Check your local Chamber of Commerce for information.

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My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.
Thomas Jefferson

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Suppose the earth and its inhabitants exist in order to identify just what causes mankind continually to suffer so many troublesome problems and afflictions.

At present, most persons decide to act on whatever happens with their thoughts. But doing so puts them in competition with one of the creator's natural laws first identified by Richard Wetherill.

How?

The answer is not complicated. People must stop basing their behavior on their personal thinking. Instead they have to act on the creator's thoughts, here being described in the English language as rational, honest, and morally right.

No longer should people reason from their concepts of good and evil, right and wrong, likes and dislikes, or whatever else comes to mind. Instead, mankind must think the creator's thoughts. That enables them successfully to do what is rational, honest, and morally right.

That may seem incredible until understood. But, consider that it is the way that mankind can escape the death penalty everybody has been paying since the days that people were created.

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GOD, PLEASE BLESS AMERICA!  AMERICA, PLEASE BLESS GOD.

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FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO PRAY, KEEP ON PRAYING. HE HAS HEARD OUR CRY AND HE IS ANSWERING.

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