Sprenkle Essay Winners Announced

Thank you to everyone who submitted an essay in this year’s Loretta M. Sprenkle Essay Contest writing on the topic, “What is the most important freedom in the Bill of Rights and why?”  Each year the number of entries grow at both levels increasing the competitiveness of the annual contest.

SUNACRW is pleased to announce this year’s winners.

Jr. High (grades 7-9)

1st Place:  Mikayla Carnathan, 8th grader from Selinsgrove

2nd Place: DaniRae Renno, 7th grader from Mount Carmel

Sr. High (grades 10-12)

1st Place: Noah Stamm, 10th grader from New Columbia

2nd Place:  Brittany Carnathan, 11th grader from Selinsgrove

SUNACRW will host the winners and their families for a public reading of the essays at 6:30 p.m. on May 5, 2016 at the Weber-Rinck Medical Center Community Room, 412 West Market Street, Middleburg.  The public is invited to join us in recognizing excellence in these young people.

#AmericanProud

More resources and ideas at America Proud

War 4 Women

Need a  refresher on how Republicans and Republican women lead or why the War on Women is based on falsity?  Watch this video from our sisters at Wake-Up Republican Club, in Greensboro, NC.

More Revisionist History

Conservatives have long been concerned about the rewriting of American history.  That concern is still well founded as we head into another school year when school districts begin to use newly purchased curriculum which build on the distortions previously told.  Of immediate concern is the revisions to AP History, taught to advanced high school students, which eliminates study of the Pilgrims, de Tocqueville, Benjamin Franklin and Abraham Lincoln among others.  How can one rightly learn U.S. History without including these and other formative people and events?  One simply cannot.

http://www.wnd.com/2014/08/u-s-history-takes-drastic-left-turn-this-fall

http://thefederalist.com/2014/06/04/why-college-board-is-revising-u-s-history

http://stopcommoncorenc.org/changes-to-ap-history-framework-jane-robbins-interview

 

 

 

America: Imagine the World Without Her

Go see Dinesh D’Souza’s latest film while it is still playing in the Valley.  It is a powerful experience that open eyes and hearts to the realities of current attempt to tear down and rewrite the history that made our country the greatest on earth.  It exposes the way transformation of thought has been systematically implemented at many levels.  You will be enlightened and empowered to embrace core American ideals.

“America is great because she is good; if she ever ceases to be good she will cease to be great.”

America is playing today at the Susquehanna Mall and Lycoming Mall.

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