Defying all common sense and reason, our American experience was forged from the mettle and spirit of a small convergence of colonists who dared to challenge the most indomitable army on the face of the earth and its King. But how did they manifest this great country if not by Divine Providence? Franklin Graham, son of the late evangelical leader Billy Graham, is calling on Christians across the nation to join him for a prayer march in Washington, D.C., next month. The prayer march will take place Saturday, September 26, and extend 1.8 miles from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capitol building. Graham: "I'm going to be here in our nation's capital to pray—and I hope thousands of families, pastors, and churches will join me!
Most who identify with the label of Conservative, Republican, or Libertarian, bristle at the thought of gathering as a group to protest anything peacefully. When the subject is broached, the responses vary from; working for a living and being too busy leaves no time to devote to protesting, only liberals act out through protest, not conservatives, and intimidated and too fearful for one's physical safety and or backlash of persecution by doxing. This paradigm shifted briefly when the rise of The Tea Party (TP) resulted in Americans, mostly associated with the right, organized local and state peaceful gatherings by the thousands across fifty states. Tea Party participants were energized by opposition to the government Bailout (TARP) and evolved as the catalyst