A friend asked recently about some local political issues, which prompted a discussion about the disappointment many of us share, not only re those we know adhere to a different political philosophy than we have, but also for those in the political party we typically support, who seem to seriously miss the boat as well. But with this, I was reminded again that a relatively small number of people who are dedicated to their cause, to the principles they believe in, can have a disproportionately large impact. This works both ways, for good or for evil. Those who have intentions against goodness and liberty, such as the Bolsheviks early last century, were in a very small minority, and yet they transformed all of Russia, and became the Soviet Union which then dominated Eastern Europe until just recently. Their Godless humanism trashed human rights, and caused the deaths of millions of innocents. Conversely, a core of 12 disciples were able to evangelize the world regarding the truth and reality of Jesus Christ and His message of love and hope.
So if we find ourselves in the minority re principles we hold dear, we simply must not despair, but rather redouble our commitment to speak, and pray for the things we believe in, for what we believe will be of ultimate good.
May God bless and inspire and sustain us in this new year,

What Fox News Says About Ricky Lee Jackson:

"He’s the new Joe the Plumber; now there's Rick the Doctor...
Some have joined Tea Parties, stormed town halls, others like family practice physician and country recording artist Ricky Lee Jackson have taken to the microphone... 
he wants his country back." 
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