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Margaret Thatcher: A Christian Hero:  
Margaret Thatcher -The Iron Lady
Watch: Margaret Thatcher -The Iron Lady

Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013) was the first (and only) woman to become Prime Minister of the U.K. She rose to power in a time, like today, where her country was in great political and economic turmoil. In the 1970's, socialist policies had devastated the nation and many in England were literally starving
As Sir Rhodes Boyson, one of her fellow architects of the "Thatcherite Revolution," explained: "When she became leader of the Conservative Party in 1975, Britain was on the brink of disaster, threatened by total collapse. The weak Labour government with a small majority presided over a bankrupt economy and threatened from within by a challenge to law and order itself. When she was forced from power in 1990, she left a sound economy and a confident and well-ordered society. The lessons are writ large."

A woman of strong faith and conviction, she had an incredible understanding of the principles that made America a great country.  Continue Reading   

 Watch: The History of The Salvation Army - An Army of Compassion
The Salvation Army - An Army of Compassion

Booker T. Washington replied, July 28, 1896: 
"I am very glad to hear that The Salvation Army is going to undertake work among my  
people in the southern states. I have always had the greatest respect for the work of the 
 Salvation Army especially because I have noted that it draws no color line in religion... 
In reaching the neglected and, I might say, outcasts of our people, I feel that your methods 
 and work have peculiar value...God bless you in all your unselfish Christian work for our country." 
On December 1, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson remarked to the Salvation Army in New York: 
"For a century now, the Salvation Army has offered food to the hungry and shelter to the homeless - 
 in clinics and children's homes, through disaster relief, in prison and welfare work,  
and a thousand other endeavors. 
In that century you have proved time and again the power of a handshake, a meal, and a song.  
But you have not stopped there. You have demonstrated also the power of a great idea." 
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