Progressivism was the biggest loser of this
recent election, so now to the biggest winner.
Contrary to what appears obvious, it is not
Yes, he became the president-elect with a
whopping 306 electoral votes, but he is hardly the
Think about it.
Prior to filing for office, he owned a
prosperous company, had successfully raised a herd
of children who have given him, are giving him, and
will give him a wagon load of grandchildren.
He has a Proverbs 31 wife properly focused on
rearing their 10-year-old son, Barron, yet he
swapped all this to subject himself and his family
to years of vile, public ridicule.
Thank God for
patriots like Donald Trump who put country above
So who was the biggest winner in
the 2016 election?
It is the dream called America; the truly
exceptional idea that all men are created equal by a
Creator who endowed them with the right to life,
liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Amen, hallelujah, praise the Lord!
It is noteworthy these tenets of liberty are
polar opposite to the restraints of progressivism,
hence the conflict between the biggest winner and
The Donald cannot, nor should not, restore
our republic alone, so every red blooded patriot
regardless their sex, race, creed, religion or
national origin must join forces to subdue our
Have you noticed the sun shining brighter
since November 8th?
With patriots rallying to the cause, America
can once again become the land of opportunity, but
it won’t be easy.
Thomas Paine warned us in his 1776,
we obtain to cheap, we esteem too lightly.
Tis dearness only which gives everything its
Heaven knows how to put a proper price on its goods
and it seems strange indeed so celestial an article
such as freedom not be highly rated.”
The yearning to escape from under a
tyrannical ruling class is uniting American patriots
from coal mines, clear cuts, assembly lines, lumber
mills, oil fields, railyards, steel mills, shopping
malls, rangelands and feedlots.
This unification of dissimilar forces in the
defense of liberty was seen in 1776, when the
British watched the colony’s wealthiest citizens
like Hancock and Washington align with the
impoverished likes of Knox and Paine.
Then as now,
together we will restore the dream called America,
not because it is easy, but because it is worth it.