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The Psychology of Arousal

Arousal is a state of activation and readiness for action.

Arousal shows itself validated as genuine when there is action associated with it and when it is executed in the realm of time and reality. Arousal without an actionable end is simply emotional euphoria.

The Christian community is full of individuals that are emotionally charged by the Truth of God’s Word who will, unfortunately, never act upon that emotion beyond their own personal pietistic gratification. This type of emotional euphoria is useless except to the self-serving nature of the individual. It is an arousal which is fueled by the carnality of the fleshly mind which makes it antagonistic to the Spirit of God. It is not an arousal unto conviction of what needs to be done in light of the Truth, and therefore it does not conform to the definition given above.

Psychological Arousal: Theistic v Humanisticred-ant

There is a difference between carnal arousal and arousal for Kingdom building produced by the Preaching of God’s Truth. Whenever the Holy Spirit applies the faithfully preached Word of God to individuals, Theistic Christo-centric psychological arousal results. Its validation is action. When Christians are aroused by God’s intervention things get done. Strategies for cultural change are discussed, planned, and then executed. When aroused by God, Christians do things. They do not sit on the side lines of the culture war. Rather, they are right in its midst of it, getting things done. When God wakes up His people, not only are they ready to make a difference, they begin by actually making a difference. Their theology is actionable. It is applied, making it powerfully effective. Only then is Christianity real.

teamworkKindle the Fire

The preaching of God’s Word, whether it is in the context of general discussion, market evangelism, or from the pulpit on the LORD’s Day, needs to excite those in attendance.  It needs to instill in them a passion for the Truth of God’s Word and a desire to see it manifested in the real world. There is however a grave distinction between carnal excitement and Biblical Excitement. By referring to excitement, I am not taking about the carnal excitement of the modern evangelical, self-help, ‘Name it Claim it’ prosperity type charlatans within the ranks of what is now called Christianity. I am taking about the excitement that comes only by the faithful preaching and application of Scripture where the Holy Spirit is intervening.

The purpose of declaring Scripture is not simply to relate knowledge to individuals. It is to kindle the fire of regeneration and reconstruction in the life of the individual and the world at large. God’s Word is meant to be actionable both upon the life of people and the structure of society. Its purpose is to move God’s people to conquer the land of Canaan and claim their rightful inheritance for the glory of God.


How do we arouse God’s people to action? How do we make people care about God’s Law simple-handshakeand His commission to teach all nations so that one day they will bow to the majesty of His Glory? How do we inspire others to move into the ranks of ‘Doers’ and not hearers only?

First: You cannot inspire others if you are not inspired yourself. Likewise, if you are not thinking in concrete actionable terms of strategies and tactics you cannot move others to think in those terms either.

Second: Be sincere. People are very astute when it comes to assessing others and whether or not they are sincere. If your passion is real, then it will be evident. If it is not, you will be found out, eventually.

Third: Don’t be afraid to be openly passionate about your desire to advance the Kingdom of Christ.

Most people are emotionally driven. Emotions drive people to action. Share your emotion with others who desire direction and a way to engage the culture. Don’t waste time on those that are apathetic. There are many who are already aroused, you simply need to network with them, plan your strategy and then execute it. Lead by example. Preach by getting things done.

railroad-tracksFourth: What you win people with you win people to. Do not try to entertain people, like so many modern churches do today. It is a losing, even damnable strategy. Those that are serious do not want to be entertained, they want to be moved. They want to be led. Some of them just want to be involved in concrete efforts to change the way things are to the way God has commanded them to be.  Look for those people when building your team of shakers and movers. Disregard the rest. Perhaps one day they will grasp the vision. Perhaps they will not and remain blind and ineffective in the battle. Nevertheless, you have a duty to perform. Get to it.

New Geneva is dedicated to the advancement of Christendom by teaching, challenging and mentoring those saints who desire to execute God’s Kingdom commission in time and in history for a complete and total cultural reconstruction to the Glory of God.


Fear of Failure

With so many Christians professing to be Reconstructionists, why is so little being accomplished?
While I admit there may be many reasons for this I think there is one that leads the pack, which must be faced if the Kingdom of God is to be advanced in our life time.

Writing is Easy

It is easy to write and pontificate about Theonomy and Christian Reconstruction and do nothing to apply it. It is also east to tell others what needs to be done without actually doing it yourself. To sequester Theonomy and the principles of Christian Reconstruction to the written or spoken word is to make void that very word . Talking is not doing. By its very definition Theonomy is to be an applied reality. It needs to be set forth in application into the events of history, beginning with local communities.


The reason why not much is actually accomplished  in the name of Theonomy and Christian Reconstruction  is fear of failure. While ignorance of Theonomic Reformation strategies may play a part, fear may be the real culprit.

battle_of_monmouthThink about it this way. Theonomists and Reconstructionists want to believe that the concepts of Biblical Theonomic Reconstruction hold the solutions to our unraveling societal order. I hold to this idea as well. Yet, too many believe that simply discussing these concepts without injecting them into the social order is enough to make changes. This can never work.

Since talk is cheap, and concepts can be discussed without any measurable negative blowback or failure, every strategy and tactic seems glorious. However, until these strategies are put into the culture they remain merely conceptual. Theonomic Christian Reconstruction strategies and logistics must be tried. They must be applied and their impact measured. Just because Biblical solutions are needed does not automatically translate into our knowing on how to apply them to every situation. We are all still on a learning curve. We must begin testing our logistics in the laboratory of the societal order.

Leadership is about overcoming fear. It is about having enough confidence in the concepts to actually get out and apply them. Christendom must stop talking and get moving. The application of faith is the test of faith.

Leadership is not…

Leadership is not something that is transferred genetically. It is not something that is gained by virtue of some birthright or tenure. It cannot be bought nor can it be stolen. Leadership must be taught, developed and then practiced every moment of every day.

ScipioLeadership development is a combination of knowledge, understanding, method and practice. While some people seem to be “natural leaders” they still need training to hone those natural skills. Like the refinement of a raw material, the dross of those “natural” tendencies of leadership must be purified. This takes time. Most of all it takes effort.

Mostly, leadership is about action. It is about the application of knowledge to the many aspects of life. It is the exercise of wisdom so as to make a positive lasting change. Leadership is primarily seen by others by an outward example. It is not what a man says that makes him a leader, it is what a man does that establishes him as such.

Leadership is also about effective communication. It is based upon the ability to reach others by first listening and only then commenting. Leaders are to engage in ongoing conversations in order to spur others to deep consideration of the issues at hand. Leadership is not only waiting for opportunity to engage it is making those opportunities a reality. Engagement of the community with ethical integrity so as to really expose the root causes of particular problems is what is needed in today’s Christian community.

A Simple Tactic

Go to into your local community each day and engage people one by one in relevant hot topic discussions. Then, stand back and analyze their response before you comment. Be sure that you have first established some friendly association with them. Only then will they be willing to listen. Only then will they regard you as trustworthy. Only then can you impact their worldview. Only then will change take place. Start developing that today.

The Logos of Rhetoric

scriptureScripture must be used for it to be effective.  It must be used in its entirety and comprehensively applied to every single area of life. God’s world must be conformed to God’s Word. This concept is academic, or at least it should be to all those professing Christ.

In order for an individual to be proficient in the declaration of Scripture he or she needs to first understand the Commands of Scripture and its application principles. This takes much time and study. It is the road that only the faithful take and one that is full of both blessing and affliction. Yet, it is the only path that can satisfy the Regenerate’s heart, fulfilling his or her life in abundance.

Part of the Christian learning process, however, should not merely be concerned with Biblical facts. The learning process also involves the method of delivery of those facts. The declaration of Biblical Truth requires an understanding of what the Greeks call ‘Rhetoric’ and what the Christians might call ‘Homiletics’. Both of these refer to the art of persuasive preaching.

Rhetoric Defined

prophetIn our modern world the term ‘Rhetoric’ usually denotes something negative or untrue. It is connected mostly to political drivel which is crafted to confuse or misguide. The proper meaning actually simply refers to persuasive discussion or speech. Everyone uses rhetoric to some degree especially when they are trying to convince another of their point of view. This is very true for teenagers who constantly try to persuade their parents of a thing which they are passionate about, like why they should have access to the family vehicle. Evangelism is also a form of rhetoric since it is the art of persuasion by declaring the Truth of God’s Word and how it ought to be applied to everyday life.

The Components of Rhetoric

There are three essential components of Rhetoric; Logos, Pathos and Ethos. These are the tools used to persuade others. The difference between the Greek concept of Rhetoric and the Christian concept of Rhetoric is the work of God the Holy Spirit. Only God can effectively persuade another of the Truth. It is He who must intervene into the deadness of man’s heart to move him to believe. No human argument, no matter how perfect, can regenerate a soul. Yet, it is the Christian’s task to skillfully set forth the Gospel in such a way that it honors the glory and perfection of the Scripture. In this way the Christian can put to silence the gainsayers and blasphemers while making a case for the application of Scripture to every area of life.

The Logos

This refers to the facts of the Scripture. The logos is unbiased and impassioned. It is the basic content of the message, its nuts and bolts. All Christians need to know the facts of Scripture in order to share it accurately. In order to do this, courses in Systematic Theology, Apologetics and Philosophy are essential.

The Pathos

Pathos refers to the ‘passion’ both of the hearer and the deliverer of the message. While the deliverer of the message must do so with firm passionate conviction, the message must resonate with the hearer as well. This means it must be made personal. The passion of the hearer must be touched. The Scriptures talk endlessly about issues which touch each and every individual on a personal, even an emotional level. The Rhetorician must make the message personal. It must appeal to the Pathos.

The Ethos

This mainly reflects the character of the rhetorician. If the character of the individual declaring the gospel is marred in any, he or she will be seen as a hypocrite and the message will be compromised. An unblemished Christian character and testimony is extremely important in evangelism. This is perfected over time within the community so that it is made evident to all. Once a consistent ethos is established, unhindered evangelism is made possible.

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Courses in Rhetoric

New Geneva offers an extensive course in Rhetoric and Homiletics at the College Level along with courses in Systematic Theology, Apologetics, Epistemology and Philosophy. These are perfect for home school senior students or adults who desire to hone their skills in the Gospel presentation.

The Most Valuable Resource

CeltThe most valuable resource for every endeavor is passion. While it is absolutely essential to have individuals who are skilled, smart, creative and diligent, passion is that underlying power that gives all of these other components their worth. It is passion which carves out and elevates some individuals from others. Passion is the essence of leadership. It is that one quality that is identifiable in people simply by talking to them.

When God calls His people to His kingdom’s work, not only does He empower them by His Spirit, he instills in them as passionate hunger to advance His Holy cause. It is only after instilling them with that desire that He trains them. He begins with inward passion and works from there outward.

harvard-logoAccording to Harvard’s Business Review the world is looking for talented people. It is mad for it. The people most sort after are those with a special mix of natural ability and a passionate attitude about their work. But isn’t this what the church needs as well – and more so? Doesn’t the greatest and most important institution on earth, God’s ekklesia, need people with that mix of natural ability, which is shaped by supernatural means, and a passion for the Glory of God? If so, then why is She settling for less? Why are we settling for less – especially in ourselves?

A Divine Talent Search

If the Kingdom is going to be advanced in our life-time we need to find passionate saints who are willing to be trained as competent leaders. This passion is not man-made. It can, however, be developed in those that already have it as a mustard seed. This passion is what secular psychologist call “intrinsic motivation.” This is entirely a Biblical principle.

Motivation is everything. People are controlled by what motivates them, or what doesn’t. It is the driving force of the human race and it uncovers the true meaning behind every action. What the secular ‘shrinks’ fail to understand is that intrinsic motivation is the result of man’s inmost desire. Either it will be humanistic or it will be God-ward. What the Church desperately needs is divine intrinsic motivation if it is to fulfill its calling.

The Purpose of the Call

God identifies each of His called by certain criteria by which He can encourage and strengthen the Church to go out into the world advancing His Kingdom by taking righteous dominion over the institutions of civilization.

First, He providentially grants these individuals certain skills and positions, and then He calls them by instilling in them the Spirit’s passion (i.e. that divine intrinsic motivation) so that they may fill His holy purpose in those areas to the Church and in the world. Each saint is tapped to fulfill a special purpose according to their talents.

ScipioSecond, through Biblical training these individuals are then refined and their abilities strengthened. These abilities consist of theological wisdom and understanding, character refinement, dominion creativity, and the ability to lead others. Perhaps you might say that God is building a Leadership Factory of wise and talented individuals with a passion for establishing the Crown rights of King Jesus in every realm of the created order.

Christ’s Leadership Factory

Each of the apostles became leaders. In turn, their students became leaders as well. They were all called to be fishers of men. That was their purpose. Each was to spread the gospel and make disciples of every nation. They were commanded to fulfill the dominion mandate of Genesis 1:28-29 by way of the New Testament Great Commission. Today’s Christians are given the same task.

The Biblical Model @ New Geneva

ThCalvin colore College of New Geneva is based upon a paradigm of leadership action coupled with Theological academic scholarship. The Christian army must be smart. They must be wise in knowledge and understanding. But they must also be able to craft practical strategies which can be used effectively in the real world. Since the Christian battle does not exist in a vacuum the saints must take the battle to the street where the war rages.

At Geneva, we have a core competitive advantage. We educate passionate Legion1individuals to become productive leaders in the dominion mandate call. They, in turn, educate others who also become leaders so that they too can educate leaders to advance the cause of Righteousness, ad infinitum. Each of these educated leaders is trained to bring about results. For those who are serious about the execution of the dominion mandate Geneva has the strategies.


2Co 10:4 For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds…

There cannot be any doubt that the Christian is in a war. It is a war of ideas and of philosophies, and at its very root it is a war of religion. Theological differences are always at the root of every societal conflict. All life is religious.

Christendom has been beaten to a pulp in the last 150 years, and as a result it has lost all sense of the Kingdom’s earthly destiny. No longer is there any real talk of long term strategy for righteousness to cover the land. Too many are waiting for the rapture. Too many base the deliverance of the societal structure on the second coming, as if the first coming was insufficient and therefore unsuccessful.

This mindset is reproachful and it is entirely un-biblically sinful.

So what should be the strategy of Christians?

Strategist Robert Greene rightly identifies the problem by stating that too many of us are “tunnel visioned” (my term) tacticians, and not long term strategists.

By becoming enmeshed in daily conflicts and the “urgent” events that threaten our Biblical Heritage, Christians miss the big picture and fail to plan long term. The focus on the Covenant promise of victory through, and for, future generations has been lost.

While most Christians shun the realm of the culture in favor of a monastic, non-involvement approach to life, those that are engaged are usually dealing particularly with what issues are at hand. They are too concerned with how to win a single battle and have forgotten that there is an entire war to win. In the confusion of the battle they miss the long term objective, and therefore fail to craft an entire campaign for victory.

So what is strategy?

Strategy comes from the Greek word, strategos, which means literally, “leader of the army.” It is the art of generalship. Without strong leadership there can be no victory. However, without a vision of long-term victory, no matter how strong the leadership is, without that vision, sustained conquest is unattainable.

The Scripture gives various official titles to each member of Christ’s body. Some of these are ecclesiastic while others are magisterial. Of the list we have: Ambassadors, Priests, Kings, Prophets, Ministers, Shepherds, and Soldiers.

Each and every title infers some kind of leadership character. And yet, Christianity seems void of that leadership character which is essential for the establishment of the Crown Rights of King Jesus.

What the saints must do is to aim for measurable results. Once you look for results you are in the realm of strategy. Our results must look beyond the daily conflicts to the overall conquest.

Little by little the saint must position himself (or herself) in the public eye, to be an influential individual in the realm of the citizenry. We must establish ourselves as reputable, honest people of virtuous sobriety. We must gain an audience. We already have the tools of God’s Word, and thus have something crucial to say. We now must say it, and provide real solutions to real problems.

So here is the first step toward an overall plan:

1. Identify the enemy and secretly declare war.
It will be a war of ideas and philosophies, but it is a war nevertheless.
2. Become familiar with those anti Christian ideas and policies.
3. Then, mark those leaders in your community that hold to those un-Biblical and dangerous ideas.
4. Next, address them in both private and public settings. Ask probing questions and then offer some alternative insight to the problem(s) at hand. Strike up conversations among the people you meet on a daily basis; your local store owner, mailman, UPS driver, gas station attendant, insurance rep, dry cleaner, auto parts manager, CVS cashier, local city councilmen, sheriff, your dentists, doctor, pharmacist. All these have an active interest in their future, and they see problems on the horizon. If you can offer a solution people will listen – at least some will. Perhaps that will be the beginning of a ground shaking event.

We must remain active in the eye of the public while remaining very crafty. By taking the moral high ground, we will show ourselves honorable with Biblical insight for the problems of our day.

These are just some beginning steps. More to follow. Watch for it.

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Virginia’s Defense Against Federal Tyranny

For those of you who do not live in Virginia, or who have not been following Virginia’s case against the Tyranny of the Obama Administration, this post may interest you. Ken Cuccinelli is one of the great men of our time. May the Lord bless him and his work in behalf of American Liberty.

From The Cuccinelli Compass:

Dear Fellow Virginians and fans of first principles,

This is a very belated Compass regarding the October 18th hearing in our healthcare case, but it took all the way to the Thanksgiving break for me to get enough time to write such a detailed Compass. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Of course, it goes without saying that you all know that the first Thanksgiving was held in Charles City County, Virginia in 1619, and the second Thanksgiving was held in Massachusetts in 1621. Just thought I should point that out for those readers not blessed enough to be Virginians.

Back to our main topic, the healthcare hearing on October 18th. This hearing was to argue the constitutionality of the individual mandate. It’s called a ‘summary judgment’ hearing, because the judge is going to rule without a trial. The reason for this is that the facts of the case are not in dispute, the only thing to determine is how the law applies to those facts – in this case, the ‘law’ is the constitution itself.

The two basic facts of the case are the existence of the federal healthcare law and the existence of Virginia’s Healthcare Freedom Act (VHFA). These two laws are in direct conflict with one another, because the VHFA says that no Virginian can be ordered to purchase health insurance against his will. This conflicts with the federal healthcare law’s mandate that all qualifying Americans must purchase government-approved health insurance.

Normally, under Article VI of the U.S. Constitution – a.k.a. the supremacy clause – a federal law in conflict with a state law would trump that state law. However, the exception to the supremacy clause is when the federal law is unconstitutional, and in this case Virginia is arguing that the federal healthcare law is in fact unconstitutional. So, if we win, at least the individual mandate and all of the insurance components in the federal healthcare law (“the federal law”) will fall and the VHFA will stand.

Prior to October 18th, both sides filed approximately 100 pages of briefing. Additionally, there were a large number of amicus briefs filed by third parties (an amicus is a “friend of the court”). The amicus briefs heavily favored our side and were very high quality contributions to the legal discussion. Interestingly, despite the pounding we’ve taken from the academic world, we had 15 law professors supporting our position to only 3 for the federal government.

The hearing lasted a bit over two-and-a-half hours and featured what lawyers would call a “hot bench.” That means the judge was engaged and asking lots of aggressive questions. He was clearly very well prepared and he challenged both sides on their legal theories.

I will point out a few things that happened during the hearing that are funny (to me anyway…) or that show how this administration approaches this case.

Introductions and Federalism

First, as soon as the lawyer for the federal government got up, he introduced himself: “Good morning your honor. Ian Gershengorn for the government, err…., I mean the federal government…”

What’s peculiar about this? I suspect that Mr. Gershengorn has never in his life faced off against a government before; however, that’s exactly what was happening in that courtroom. The federal government was defending itself against the legal assault of the government of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Remember that one of the elements of the design of the founding fathers was what we call “federalism.” Most people are familiar with the idea of ‘checks and balances’ in our government, and we usually think of the division of power between the legislative, executive and judicial branches. But there is another division of power within our constitutional system, and that is the division between the federal government and the state governments.

Virginia’s own James Madison wrote extensively in the Federalist Papers about how the states would have extensive authority preserved from the federal government to be exercised by the states themselves or reserved to their citizens. When contests about those constitutional boundaries arise, they are to be fought out in our courts, and that is exactly what we are doing in Virginia.

We are fulfilling the founders’ expectation of states, that is, because the federal government is overstepping its constitutional authority, the founders expected the states to push the federal government back inside its proper constitutional boundaries, and we are doing that in this case.

I have no doubt which side of this case every single founding father would be on – Virginia’s!

Tough Questioning

Very early in the federal government’s presentation, the judge asked “if this is constitutional, what limits are there on federal power?” The feds’ lawyer never really answered this question. How could he? The judge went on to ask, “if this is constitutional, what’s to keep the federal government from telling me what car to buy, to eat asparagus, or to join a gym?” The feds’ lawyer’s answer was that ‘healthcare is different’ from everything else.

His reasoning for this was their presumption that everyone will use healthcare at some point. However, this doesn’t seem like much of a limiting constitutional principle… What about food? Transportation? Housing? Clothing?

The Statute is Unprecedented… to Everyone but the Federal Government

This administration appears to be the only entity across the country arguing that there’s nothing out of the ordinary about the federal law. Even judges ruling favorably to the feds are saying that the federal law is unprecedented, yet the feds in all their briefs keep insisting ‘nope, nope, nothing unusual here… nothing to see, move along…’ But no one is buying that – no one.

Activity or Inactivity?

One way of thinking about what the feds are trying to do is that in an effort to regulate interstate commerce, they are compelling us all into commerce, i.e., ordering us to buy their mandated health insurance. Virginia’s position is that those who decide not to buy health insurance aren’t taking any action at all that is related to commerce. All the case law related to the commerce clause addresses people voluntarily engaging in economic activity.

Well, if you’re not doing anything (i.e., not buying insurance), there’s no activity to regulate. Put differently, you are inactive.

The feds’ addressed this argument saying “the appearance of inactivity is a mere illusion.”

No, seriously, that’s what he said!

So, let me get this straight – if you do something, your activity can be regulated by the federal government, and if you do nothing, your so-called inactivity can be regulated by the federal government… so, what can NOT be regulated by the federal government? Nothing, at least according to the logic of the federal government.

The feds are trying to convert the decision to do nothing into an ‘action’ or ‘activity’ that fits within already-existing case law on the commerce clause. This is just one of the leaps of language and logic necessary for the feds’ arguments to prevail.

More Problems With the Dictionary

Another good one was when discussing the “penalty” in section 1501(b). The “penalty” is called a “penalty” in the law, i.e., that’s what Congress calls it. The “penalty” is a monetary fine you must pay if you fail to buy the mandated, government-approved health insurance. However, according to the federal government “there is nothing punitive about section 1501(b).”

Really? Yes, you read that right. According to your federal government there is nothing punitive about having to pay a penalty.

Again, if we could just get rid of dictionaries and logic, the feds would be able to make all of its arguments without impediments. Oh well, pesky dictionaries…

Constitutional Presumptuousness

Another of my ‘favorite’ arguments the feds made during the hearing was that “there’s no constitutional right to be left alone.” While at some level this is technically true, it suggests a very disturbing view of federal government power.

Remember, the Constitution was supposed to establish a limited federal government of only enumerated powers. Put differently, the states and citizens can do whatever they want under the Constitution (I exaggerate of course), but the federal government is supposed to have only limited powers. But now we have a federal government that says that you have no right to be left alone, which suggests that they think they can reach anything you might do (or not do). That doesn’t sound very limited to me!

It turns the initial presumptions of the founding fathers upside down. Instead of a restrained government of limited powers, it suggests an all-reaching government with any powers it chooses to exercise. The statement by the lawyer for the feds is a real peek into how this administration views federal power in general and suggests that there is very little (if anything) that they don’t think they can reach using that federal power.

Such a view would be antithetical to the founding fathers. It represents the realization of many of the worst fears of James Madison, Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson – to name but a few.

What’s Next?

The judge said that he would rule by the end of the year, so look for that some time in December.

It is not unreasonable to think that if we lose this case, it will be the end of federalism as we have known it for over 222 years. Thus, the important thing in the ruling is not so much the remedy, but first and foremost the question of constitutionality. The remedy could change when we get to the Supreme Court, but the remedy is secondary to protecting the outer boundaries of the constitution.

I believe that some of the federal government’s arguments in court clearly reflect an attitude that the constitution is almost unlimited in its ‘flexibility,’ which, if true, would be a radical departure from what the founding fathers thought they had established.

Regardless of the outcome, we’re preparing to take a pounding from the liberal media and blogs, so help us fight back! Unsubscribe from anti-constitutionally biased newspapers, write letters to the editor to your local weeklies, etc.

We shall see how things go in December!

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Ken Cuccinelli, II
Attorney General of Virginia

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