Lacey Smith

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Ensuring our kids respect the government’s power

In Uncategorized on May 23, 2012 at 5:19 pm

It’s taken me a week to write this post because I was so bothered by it that all I could think was “you’re kidding me, right?” and “Really? No, REALLY?”

I thought I was going to move on a little from this topic and talk about protecting our right to choose and pushing back against government overreach in this week’s post. But what I saw on my local news last Tuesday was enough to make my blood boil and write one more post on the topic of government overreach in what’s turned into a sort of mini-series on the topic.

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Unrecognized invasion of government

In Uncategorized on May 4, 2012 at 3:44 pm

After my last post, in which I asserted that we are losing our right to choose by being presented with false choices and because of our lack of questioning, I wanted to specifically focus on that second reason.

I am of the opinion that when we are actively engaged in honest questioning, the false choices, half-truths and downright lies are quickly exposed. We never get into the situation I was in in April with the TSA because we never accept that false choice as acceptable when we have an actively, honestly questioning citizenry. Read the rest of this entry »

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