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Modesty Fades-Are We Preparing Our Daughters For Life And Happiness?

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Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript “Ponder for just a moment that we’re having this ridiculous, destructive, I think morally lethal conversation about what is the definition of marriage. If this is successful, the next thing to be redefined will be the roles in marriage. Mother is next. They’ve already killed father. We’re dead. Dads, we’re dead. The members of Gal Qaeda showed us the door a long time ago. You moms out there, do all of us a great service. You can do us all a continued great service. Seek modesty, my dears, in all things. You civilize us in our daily lives, outside of prayer and outside of faith, with your modesty. When you’re immodest, society is immodest. That’s just true. Moms have a responsibility that is not fathomable to men, and a connection with children that’s not understandable to men or fathers!”  Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

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Mike:  Today is 7 May 2015.  This evening, my twin daughters, Madison Rae and Reagan Molly, will graduate from high school, and will thus have completed the adolescent portion of their life and their education.  There are so many things that I want to say to them and that I want to say publicly about them.  Just from the start here, and I’m sure there are thousands of you that have experienced this, where did the twelve years go?  What happened to the twelve years of formal education?  Actually it’s thirteen because they went to kindergarten.  I can still remember the first day, the uniform, waiting at the bus stop, the whole shebang.  I don’t think it ever occurred to me until a couple of years ago: Man, this is going to end soon!  I’m going to experience empty nest syndrome.

If there’s one thing I can impart to my girls, and to anyone else’s girls or boys, it’s an experience – I won’t mention the people’s names, I’d just like to

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share it with you quickly.  I think most of you will like this story, and you’ll like it because it doesn’t have anything to do with politics but certainly has to do with living a better, more rewarding and happy life.

So I’m having a big hoop-de-do party for the girls tomorrow.  That’s why I won’t be here tomorrow, because we have a big party tonight.  I’m not going to sit there at the girls’ graduation and be looking at my watch knowing I have to go home and get to bed so I can get up at 2:45 in the morning.  I won’t be here tomorrow and that’s why.  I’m having a crawfish boil tomorrow, inviting all the friends, family, neighbors, etc.

I went to the local hardware store yesterday.  I always try to make it a point to avoid going out of my way and going to the big box, Lowe’s or Home Depot, not that there’s anything evil or wrong with them, unless you think there’s something evil and wrong with big boxes in general, which is a conversation that I am more than happy to have.  I decided that I needed to get propane.  I always get my propane tanks filled.  I do the economical thing.  I don’t ever just go swap the Rhino out.  I take them to get them filled and had to get some other stuff for around the house.

I was talking to the – this is what I love about this story.  It’s a family-run business.  I was talking to the father who had the task of filling my tanks up yesterday.  I said: Where’s all your help?  You’ve usually got a whole “eight is not enough” gaggle of kids running around here.  Where are they?  I was exaggerating.  He started ticking them off.  He knew where they were.  He was ticking off the jobs they were at or the schools they were at, what they were doing.  One of his daughters was at the church right down the street.  She had volunteered and was teaching catechism for the kids getting their first communion on Saturday.  He was telling me these things these kids were doing, his children were doing.

It’s like one of those moments where you have – if you listen to the Harry Chapin song “Cat’s in the Cradle,” [singing lyrics] “When I hung up the phone, it occurred to me, my boy was just like me, my boy was just like me.”  I’m sitting here listening to this gentleman talk and just rave about seven kids.  He knew where every one of them was.  Every one of those kids, when they’re not at school or doing something else, returns and works at that hardware store or at one of the other family businesses, all of them.

The thought occurred to me: That’s what it’s supposed to be like.  That’s what it’s supposed to be like.  His kid went off to college.  He even told me the names of the schools.  When they were done with their schooling, they came back.  I suspect, if I know anything about them, they will seek to always remain near the home, near the only home they’ve ever known their entire lives.  Life has been presented to them not as a series of moves and upward moves, but as a series of who it is you can love and how it is you can love them, and how we grow to love our little towns, the people we go to church with every Sunday.  You look forward to seeing those people.  This is what life is about.  I also happen to know that that particular family is very devout in their religious habits.  I’m not going to sit here and drone on endlessly that that’s the reason for it, but it certainly didn’t prevent it.

How many of us can say that?  I don’t think I’ll be able to say that, even though it’s been bothering me of late and I’ve been trying to talk to my daughters about it.  I think they’re probably fully prepared, because they’ve been indoctrinated for 13 years, that what they’re supposed to do is follow the plan.  Your ruling elite masters on the East Coast have concocted a plan for you.  You use the parental units for as long as they’re useful and then leave them.  Don’t ever return unless you’re broke and you have to.  [mocking] “You’ll never find happiness in rinky-dink little, small, stinky towns, not when there are big, vainglorious cities out there to conquer, not when there are all sorts of jobs and plans and vacations and this and that and the other.”

I’ve said it before here on the show and I think it bears repeating.  If you watch television, it doesn’t matter what American television network you’re watching, you will draw the conclusion, if you’re really paying attention, that there is nothing in life that cannot be purchased with a Visa or MasterCard, nothing.  There is no act in life, not even love – you can buy love now.  The Beatles song “Can’t Buy Me Love,” you wanna bet, Paul?  Oh yes you can.  There are websites that sell it.  What is wrong with us?  Then the most difficult thing to deal with, and I’m sure many of you have dealt with this, I flunked the test.  I think I flunked the test.  The test is to be the good shepherd, be the philosopher king, priest of your house.  Get those kids to Heaven.  Get that wife to Heaven.  Get them on a course that gets them to convert, to seek a vocation, and to stick with it.  I’m sure that the gentleman I’m referring to probably would tell us: You don’t know the long and short of it.  You don’t know all the problems we’ve had.  I’m sure they do, but it does not infringe upon that family’s, obvious to anyone that would meet them, happiness.  Just happy to be running that little hardware store.  There’s nothing fancy about this store other than that they run it.

My car has died in the parking lot there.  They refused to allow me to call a tow truck.  Instead, they got it started.  When you buy something that’s heavy, the girls – they have six girls and one boy – the girls will go out and get the mulch or whatever it is and throw it in the back of your truck.  This is a work ethic that only comes from someone instilling this.  When it’s executed in a manner like you see it executed at this place, it’s executed with charity, hope, love.  Not to say you won’t find that in a big city, because I’m sure that you will.  My point is, if you have young children, and if you’re getting ready to send them off to school as I was thirteen years ago, ponder that future.  Just think about that for a moment.

Are you really convinced that these socialist, social engineers that have concocted this madness for us, this rat race, totally material-driven madness for us, are they correct?  Is that really the most guaranteed and sure path to actual happiness, or is it a lie?  Ponder for just a moment that we’re having this ridiculous, destructive, I think morally lethal conversation about what is the definition of marriage.  If this is successful, the next thing to be redefined will be the roles in marriage.  Mother is next.  They’ve already killed father.  We’re dead.  Dads, we’re dead.  The members of Gal Qaeda showed us the door a long time ago.  You moms out there, do all of us a great service.  You can do us all a continued great service.  Seek modesty, my dears, in all things.  You civilize us in our daily lives, outside of prayer and outside of faith, with your modesty.  When you’re immodest, society is immodest.  That’s just true.  Moms have a responsibility that is not fathomable to men, and a connection with children that’s not understandable to men or fathers.[/private]

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The definitive biography of Patrick Henry, Moses Coit Tyler’s, 1886 “Patrick Henry-American statesman” edited with new material by Mike Church

Ladies, happy Mother’s Day.  Take the whole weekend, I give you permission.  As a matter of fact, make it a long weekend.  Start today.  I sent Mrs. Church a Mother’s Day card that said “Happy Mother’s Week.”  Why settle for one lousy day?  I say take the whole week.  Mother’s Day starts today.  Happy Mother’s Week, mothers.  You have an awesome power God granted you.  Reward your children and your posterity with the knowledge of that, the awe of that, just as dads should do.

Remember, civil society is informed by your modesty.  If women said no to porn, there wouldn’t be any porn for heterosexual men, unless you imported it.  Think of it like that.  If women said no to immodest dress and titillating expositions of themselves voluntarily, there wouldn’t be the marriage-threatening contrivances of hot redheads daily, etc.  If women said no, if they took their modesty seriously – it’s not a knock, not angry about it.  It’s an observation and a suggestion.

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