“America’s New Year’s Resolution” @TDPKNews

As we head into a new year, I sat down and thought about new year’s resolutions. No, not resolutions for myself or TDPK, but resolutions for America. What does America need to focus on going into a new year? What will restore hope? What will increase the citizens faith in government? How do we overcome the mountains of despair we now stand at?

Without any furthur adieu let’s delve into the three resolutions.

1. Love

“Faith, hope and love but the greatest of these is love”

Without a doubt, love is incredibly important. It’s time to reach our circle of love further than immediate family. We have to love our neighbor more than we love ourselves.

How do we accomplish this?

It’s about creating relationships. Start off small. Send your neighbors cards. Shovel their driveway. Bake cookies. Cook them dinner. Recreate the human fellowship that once existed in this country. Small steps of love are the beginning of a strong foundation.

2. Preparedness

“In Omnia Paratus”
-“In all things be prepared” (Latin)
This is the motto of the Army’s 18th infantry regiment.

Hurricane Sandy. Hurricane Katrina. The New York City blackout. 9/11. What have they all taught us?

It’s time to be prepared. You cannot be prepared for every possible problem, but it’s good to have a plan in place for the unforseen. The acts of God, and the acts of Satan. Whichever it may be, you need to be prepared to take it on.

How do we accomplish this?

Again, we use small steps at a time. Create or join a support group of loved ones. Everyone needs to have a role. Lay out a plan of “in the case this happens we will do this”. Always have a contingency plan. Begin to use a percentage of your check each week to prepare. Water, dry goods, tents, boots. Each week buy a new item to add to your preparedness inventory.

3. Constitution & the Amendments

“A Bill of Rights is what the people are entitled to against every government, and what no just government should refuse, or rest on inference.” -Thomas Jefferson

When an entity begins to lose its way, great leaders realize it’s time to return to its roots. America needs to be reborn, and the weeds rooted out. America was a once beautiful garden, now left unattended. The constitution and amendments which have protected citizens for hundreds of years needs to be rebooted.

How do we accomplish this?

First, we hold every politician accountable to their oath. Politicians are voted in to protect the citizens, the constitution and the amendments. Understand, any politician that breaks their oath is committing treason. At the very least they should be voted out, and unable to regain office.

Write letters, do sit-ins and organize protest. Do everything within legal means to hold government accountable.

Be full of vigor and do not let up. Take these resolutions seriously. The future of America depends on YOUR ACTION. Each individual is important, and has a realm of influence. Use it.



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