WHEN: Monday, September 9th
WHERE: The Inn on Broadway
The guest for September is going to be Matt Walsh from 630 WLAP. Anyone who listens to his show every Monday through Friday from 3pm to 6pm knows what a great voice he is for the Constitution and Freedom, real Freedom as our Founders intended.
NO COMPROMISE is going to be the theme of his presentation. I am sure it will be a rousing inspirational oratory that will clarify many issues we face in this Nation. Be sure to tune in every day to hear his wisdom.
Kentucky 9/12 Project
We are founded and based on 9 principles and 12 values (9/12). We promote self-governing leadership and believe to impact the restoration and long lasting preservation of our republic citizen must be men and women of virtue and educate themselves and connect at local levels. This will be accomplished through Self-Education, Self-Reliance, Self-Sacrifice, and Divine Providence….. This is the 9/12 Project!
Sheriff Richard Mack
Stewart Rhodes (Founder and President of Oath Keepers)
Our Home Vol I & II was written to help parents become what they should be. All aspects of home life are covered, with examples and ideas of how to establish the kind of home the Lord expects of us. This book is about the sanctity of family and family life. Discusses time-honored virtues and values only found within the family circle. Deals with raising and educating children.
Eric Wilson’s Review: I struggled with this month’s review, do I have to like it or be willing to pass this book on to a friend? After consideration I deemed I do not have to “love” every book I read nor am I the final arbitrator of a classic so…. There were some good parts but also some less good parts to borderline ridiculous. This book was recommended by Glenn Beck, Dr. Brooks, and DeMille, all whom I respect and trust their opinions. That said there is a whole lot of great nuggets of principles, values, virtues, and helpful foundational thinking for family and the life education of children. That said there are also other parts that I would question but understand the author included. Over all thought it was not well written, the author’s perspective is from a college aged kid, with neither children nor experience, at the dawn of the first turning with a clear artist archetype (if you don’t understand the last statement read the Forth Turning by Howe and Straus). To a middle aged father of three, Calvinist, and nomad archetype at the leading edge of the forth turning I just could not connect with this book fully. I said all of that to say this, read it for yourself with a discerning mind. There is a lot of great information you can glean and people a lot smarter than me that recommend this book.
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Charity is one of the core values of the 9/12 Project. We strive to lend a hand in restoring that sense of community of neighbors helping neighbors.
On Veteran's Day weekend 9/12 Projects groups from around the country will come together to help the communities of Newcastle, Moore, and Shawnee in Oklahoma, who received devastating damage from the tornado outbreak back in May. People come out and lend a hand and rally together to help out those in need the days following these disasters and the media is running non-stop coverage. Truth is there is as much need the months following when everyone has gone back to their daily routine and the story of a community trying to rebuild is forgotten.
The 9/12 Project has teamed up with the Oklahoma Tree Bank Foundation that serves schools, churches, and communities within the state. The Tree Bank Foundation has created the Tornado Re-Leaf project that involves replanting trees that have been removed from the tornado damage. Trees are a valuable part of rebuilding a community; they provide a visible sense of rebirth and hope for areas that saw so much devastation. The Tornado Re-Leaf goal is to plant close to 1,000 trees. The foundation is currently taking donations to purchase 2 1/2" diameters trees. The Oklahoma Nursery and Landscape Association and the Oklahoma Forestry Service are also helping by providing trees and will be assisting in the maintenance of the planted trees.
If you are unable to travel to Oklahoma, you can still help. Please send a donation to the Tree Bank Foundation by contacting Nicki Largent, Executive Director, at (405) 630-9152 or visit their website - http://www.thetreebank.org/tree-projects/tornado-re-leaf/ .
OR if you would like to be part of this tree planting party - If you would like to come out to help, have fun, and connect to one another please contact either Vince Wonderlich at firstname.lastname@example.org or Carma Neta Morris at email@example.com who leads the Oklahoma City 9/12 Project for more information.