Tremors

By Charlie Johnston Huntsville, Alabama – If you have been paying attention to the news the last week you know that Atlanta has blown, Memphis is getting ready to blow, and another mass public shooting happened at a dance studio in Monterey Park, a suburb of Los Angeles. While describing all Antifa and BLM-led burning, […]

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Shedding Spiritual Ballast

By Charlie Johnston Tumbling Shoals, Arkansas – On about half of my daily intentions, I have taken to asking relatives and friends of mine who are deceased to pray for me and those intentions. Of course, that does not assume they are in heaven, because I can’t know with certainty. However, my understanding is that […]

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The Rising Tide

By Charlie Johnston “There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. Omitted, all the voyage of their lives is bound in shallows and in miseries.” -William Shakespeare (from Julius Caesar)   (While on the road, I am going to try adding a dateline to my […]

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The Changing of the Guard

By Charlie Johnston As I write this, there have been 11 ballots for Speaker of the House – with no winner in sight. Though I think it will be settled by the weekend, I am glad this is happening. Modern Democrats don’t care much about policy, only power. As former Congressman Dick Armey once said, […]

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Milk Bottles

By Charlie Johnston Thank you to everyone who was so kind to my family and me as we went through our bereavement at the loss of my dad. (Complete aside here – people often get confused at when to use ‘and I’ versus ‘and me.’ A simple way to know just from your ear what […]

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The First Milestone

By Charlie Johnston I am very confident now that, whatever happens today (election day), it will be our first milestone in the renewal of the world. The sequence I have long spoken of when God wants to pull us back to Him after we have determinedly fallen away is to: 1) Reveal the depth of […]

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Always Bold, Never Brash

By Charlie Johnston The last week and a half has been frantically busy – but frantically fruitful as well. In 10 days I drove over 2,000 miles, did four public meetings, three times as many private meetings, and a host of phone calls. Sadly, it is writing here that got pushed to the back burner […]

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War and Peace

By Charlie Johnston Yeah, yeah, I know what you’re wondering: does this title refer to the subject Charlie is going to cover today or to the length of the piece? Well, let’s get to a few ancillary observations, then the subject and see how long the piece ends up being… The left is in a […]

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America Transformed

By Charlie Johnston It was a busy week last week, with the National Zoom Meeting and two international Zooms. We had a bad glitch in the National Zoom when it only allowed 100 people into the meeting rather than 300. Zoom gets kind of glitchy with the bigger meetings. It would have been a problem, […]

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Once We Were Heroes

By Charlie Johnston This is the second in my Action Trilogy for Freedom. The first can be reviewed here. I will publish the third after my national ZOOM conference next Tuesday at 7 pm Eastern time. This weekend a link will be sent out to CORAC members who may want to participate in the meeting. […]

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