I’d like to continue the Fourth of July memory this week with some personal thoughts about the United States.

It’s been my privilege to study in-depth many founding documents of our nation and to teach that subject for years. I gleaned my historical understanding from primary sources through many gifted researchers, authors, and communicators from different racial and social backgrounds.

It’s natural for human beings to love and study their family, church, ethnicity, vocational and country heritage–despite the flaws.

Here’s why I love America–and will stand up for her freedom.

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I was born too late to experience the horrors and deprivations of the first two World Wars (1914-18 and 1941-45).

But I’ve read enough history to realize that any talk about World War III must be serious–especially with nuclear weapons.

Since the recent killing of Qassem Soleimani, the terrorist head of the Iran’s elite Quds Force, some commentators have stated that Donald Trump brought us to the brink of World War III.

That would be ugly.

But I know of another World War III that could be far more devastating than atomic bombs…

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I’m still on college break and up to my eyeballs in projects.

Yet, the world goes on with climate change protests while President Trump spoke on religious freedom at the United Nations (historic) and the Democrats moved to impeach him (ridiculous). Believe it or not, all these items are part of a “game plan” I’ve been studying for some time and about which I’ve done a fair amount of writing.

Recently I saw an article by one of my favorite “thinkers” that shares the same perspective on what is really happening.

I think it’s time to understand Donald Trump’s current role in history (whether he knows it or not) and his war against globalism.

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