Eight United States Army soldiers along with ten Afghan troops were killed Sunday when insurgents stormed a remote outpost in eastern Afghanistan. It was the deadliest battle of the year near the border with Pakistan, the U. S. military reported.

Insurgents attacked from a local mosque and village in a battle that lasted 13 hours, after an announcement had been made that American troops would be pulling out of remote areas and going back to protect population centers until President Obama decides what policy he will follow in the war against the insurgents in Afghanistan.

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“All that is needed for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing.”

After a long season of lethargy, disinterest and tolerance, the American people are beginning to pay attention, communicate and take action. The question for which we have no answer remains: “Is it too late?”

There are signs of encouragement and indications that the American people may once again be willing to take whatever action is necessary to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States in order to preserve the constitutional republic that has been the bastion of freedom in the world for more than 200 years.

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It is quite obvious that the Obama Administration is following a plan developed long ago. It appears that the plan is designed to create so much upheaval and uncertainty in every aspect of life that there is no way that the opposition can muster the time, energy and resources to mount a successful defense.

It has recently been revealed that the plan for the government to take control of health care has been in existence since the days of Franklin Roosevelt and each attempt to surface it has been defeated. Now we have a generation of Americans who have been systematically “dumbed-down” and, lacking knowledge of history and truth, they are subject to psychological manipulation by trained change agents.

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In the beginning of his best selling book, Saving Freedom, U. S. Senator Jim DeMint discusses the oath of office taken by all members of Congress and their pledge to defend the Constitution of the United States. Then he notes that Congress seldom mentions the Constitution in connection with legislation because much of the legislation “does not fit within the limited powers of the federal government specified by the Constitution.”

Delegates from twelve states crafted the Constitution “in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.” The new government was given specific, limited authority. All other authority was left to the States or to the people.

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