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"Yes I can. I must have misconstrued what the target of it was..."

Jack Wilborn replied May 29 to FCC Votes to End Net Neutrality and Restore a Free Market Internet

13 May 29
Reply by Jack Wilborn

"I think we all want the same thing, less interference in our lives and businesses. …"

Jack Wilborn replied May 28 to FCC Votes to End Net Neutrality and Restore a Free Market Internet

13 May 29
Reply by Jack Wilborn

"I'm thinking along the lines that if you support a move of the Internet from a publi…"

Jack Wilborn replied May 27 to FCC Votes to End Net Neutrality and Restore a Free Market Internet

13 May 29
Reply by Jack Wilborn

"Pat (and the others!,) please don't shoot me... :)  This link (to Bill Moyers site),…"

Jack Wilborn replied May 27 to FCC Votes to End Net Neutrality and Restore a Free Market Internet

13 May 29
Reply by Jack Wilborn

"I think when you turn control over to a government agency to make rules, that brings…"

Jack Wilborn replied May 27 to FCC Votes to End Net Neutrality and Restore a Free Market Internet

13 May 29
Reply by Jack Wilborn

"I'm afraid I see this as an assault on our First Amendment and Fifth Amendment right…"

Jack Wilborn replied May 26 to FCC Votes to End Net Neutrality and Restore a Free Market Internet

13 May 29
Reply by Jack Wilborn

"So it's back to money ? "

Jack Wilborn replied Apr 19 to The Church and State ... are united with this

7 Apr 20
Reply by John5319

"Here's a link to the 'legal status of women' in the late 18th into the 19th centurie…"

Jack Wilborn replied Apr 19 to The Church and State ... are united with this

7 Apr 20
Reply by John5319

"Is there not a 'under the covers' ability to slide in a Chief Justice.  Seems like i…"

Jack Wilborn replied Feb 15, 2016 to Lame Duck Supreme Court Appoints & 7 other facts

6 Feb 16, 2016
Reply by John5319

"It's a pity that anyone would even this have a chance."

Jack Wilborn replied Nov 16, 2015 to HOORAY – A 53-46 vote

6 Nov 16, 2015
Reply by Larry Grafanakis

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THOUGHTS

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.

Join the survivors who have stopped their personal thinking. They now base their behavior on the creator's guiding thoughts to act in a way that is rational, honest, and morally right.

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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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