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The Seven Trumpets

—for the truckers and their families “Then I looked, and the seven angels that stand in the presence of God were given seven trumpets.” —Revelation 8:2, New Testament   The capital reverberates with air horns— the trumpets of New Jerusalem … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Massacre

—for Anne —February 14, 2022: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declares he will attempt to invoke the federal Emergencies Act to disperse the Truckers’ Convoy, a black day in our country’s history   You machine-gunned the winter sky ’til it bled … Continue reading

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Solidarity Emerges in Truckers Convoy to Ottawa

Solidarity: A Brief History Solidarity. It’s a big word with even bigger implications for our world today. The trucker’s convoy to Ottawa, converging from points both east and west, has catalyzed a Freedom movement that had been mostly underground until … Continue reading

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