Value of Our Right to Free Speech and the Entire Absence of Slavery

NGJ has just released a new email promo for a book called “Sudan”.
You can find out about it HERE.

My question is why.  What is in it for them?  In case you think I’m loony, to date, I have not once discovered anything they promote to not have some internal benefit to their pockets. They give stuff away free, but there’s always a tie – as if the damage left in the path of the freely distributed isn’t payment enough for them.

At any rate, in spite of the damage that the exercising of this right that this group routinely and widely practices, it is still better than the lack of that freedom.  The book discussed above is about slavery.

If you haven’t availed yourself of the education and information available on the evils of slavery, I might also suggest you take a few hours to explore the book found HERE.  You will be a better person for it.


Here’s my thought for the day:  How similar to the life of a slave do some of us force our children to lead?  Given the practices of the Pearls and Ezzo’s, among others, I dare say that there are many, terrible similarities.

“Northerners know nothing at all about Slavery. They think it is perpetual
bondage only. They have no conception of the depth of degradation involved
in that word, SLAVERY; if they had, they would never cease their efforts until
so horrible a system was overthrown.”

Talk to me – tell me what reflections you might have on how many of the mindsets, teachings, and practices put forth by those who would promote and support the child raising techniques published by these groups.

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