About The Editor
with Comments Closed
Wayne D. Leeper
Like most Americans I am simply a man who has enjoyed the blessings of being a citizen of this nation for many years. I was a teenager in the fifties, served in the military in the sixties, then returned to marry my sweetheart and plan our family. We worked hard, raised our children, worshiped our God, and grew old together. Today I look at my grandchild and ask myself, “What will her world be like?” and, “What can I do to make it a little better?” I guess that is the real reason I have established this page.
I am not a talking head, a leader of any organization, or a mover and shaker among men, nor have I ever done anything deserving of special notoriety. My name will never be seen on marquees or in the history books. Like most of you, I am just a very ordinary citizen of the United States of America who has loved this nation, fought for it, and believed in all it has stood for over the past two hundred, thirty-five years.
Today we are divided, more so than at any other time since the Civil War, and, like then, the division is over moral issues. There are those who, in the name of tolerance, are seeking to promote every form of licentiousness and ungodliness ever conceived in the hearts of man, and, if given the opportunity, they will turn our nation into a jungle of unrighteousness, greed and moral decadence unparalleled since the fall of the Roman empire. Furthermore, I believe that as a nation we stand in serious jeopardy of losing the protection and blessings that God has provided since our founding fathers penned the Declaration of Independence. And, to top it off, we now have a President bent on taking us into socialism.
Therefore, I believe that the election to be held in 2012 may well be one of the most important decision this nation has ever, or will ever, be called upon to make. Our choice is not between two national political parties, but between two conflicting ideals for our national existence. As voters we will make the choice, but it is not our future we will be voting on; it is the future of our children and grandchildren, because they are the ones who will have to live with our choice for generations to come.
Those of us who believe in a power greater than ourselves have an obligation. Either we will stand and vote for those persons who will lift this nation to greater morality in the eyes of our Creator, or stand before Him in eternity to explain why we disregarded His teaching, His commands, and His design, by electing persons who would advocate, and vote to support, that which is worldly, ungodly, and profane.
This web site is, therefore, dedicated to all the children who will have to live in the world that we leave to them.
For the sake of our children and grandchildren those of us who believe in God must go to the polls in droves and tell the world that this is still America, one nation, UNDER GOD, both now and until He returns.