It’s Gods fault.
From the beginning, the people of the United States welcomed God into the schools. The King James Version of the Bible was a learning text for most of the history of the school system. As all Christians know, when God is a part of something the blessings of God follow in the phrase “the cup runneth over.” All Christians know that when the blessings of God are applied you can’t help but to have redundant success, satisfaction, peace and contentment.
So, what happens when a very few uncomfortable atheists, for example, misinterpret the intention of laws and use the judicial system by convincing a few naive judges to force the rest of us to remove God the father from the school system: God removes his blessings from the school system. It’s like when a child with the game ball gets rejected by the other children and leaves the game and takes his ball with him.
As of today, everybody everywhere in the United States of America is now trying to explain why the school system is in disarray. Why is there dissatisfaction? Why is there discontent? We allowed a few to remove God from the schools and now we can’t insert enough money into the school system to correct the situation.
Why can’t money fix the problems with the school system of the United States of America? It’s God’s fault because, when we removed God the Father from the schools, he took his blessings with him.
It’s Gods fault.
Corbin Police Lt. Taylor is a hero
In the eyes of my grandchildren, Corbin Police Lt. Glenn Taylor is a hero.
Support for archery tournament appreciated
On the weekend of May 30 through June 1 the London-Laurel County Tourist Commission hosted the largest 3D Archery Tournament in the world.
Backpack Program gives thanks to Cima, others
There are a lot of people who deserve a mountain of thanks for helping to make the Applebee’s Pancake Breakfast, a benefit for the Corbin Community Backpack Program, a glowing success.
Laurel County Sheriff supports Colan Harrell
My name is John Root, and I am the Laurel County Sheriff. I’m writing this letter to urge the residents of Whitley County to re-elect Colan Harrell for Whitley County Sheriff.
Sheriff Harrell has done a fantastic job
If folks in Whitley County and other Kentucky counties would put their efforts in the right place, Kentucky’s jails would be filled with “Drug Thugs.”
Harrell is a proven leader for Whitley Sheriff
As the primary election approaches, I have studied and thought about the best candidates for the job for the next four years.
Goodwill gives thanks for generosity
This past month, following a harsh winter that chilled donations by seven percent statewide, Goodwill Industries of Kentucky launched a “March Gladness” campaign and the Corbin community really responded.
Our representatives should co-sponor the PAST Act
As a horse lover and Kentuckian, I support H.R. 1518/S. 1406, the PAST Act, which will reform the federal Horse Protection Act to end the abusive practice of soring walking horses for the sake of an exaggerated and grotesque gait.
Relay for Life gives thanks
On behalf of the Whitley County Relay for Life I would like to personally thank everyone that had a part in making “Politicians in the Pokey” such a huge success.
Whitley needs a new sheriff
This letter is written in support of a letter to the editor written by Linda Lee Adkins about the upcoming Whitley County Sheriff’s election. There is a great problem that has and continues to plague Whitley County — drugs!
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