Archive for October 7th, 2012

Supreme Court shocks life into Obamacare challenge

Supreme Court shocks life into Obamacare challenge

The emperor wears no clothes. The bloom is off the rose. The bigger they are, the harder they fall. Pardon the barrage of stale metaphors, but it’s difficult to put into words the utter pasting Mitt Romney put on Barack Obama last week. Just two days prior, the U.S. Supreme Court revived hope – long thought dead – that Obamacare, the president’s signature achievement, might yet be ruled unconstitutional. The High Court shocked the legal community by opening its new term with an order giving the Obama Justice Department just 30 days to respond to Liberty Counsel’s petition for rehearing.

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Jefferson Memorial at Night

Jefferson Memorial at Night

These are some photos I took of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington D.C. a few weeks ago when I was in town for the Values Voter Summit. So many of the memorials in D.C. shine extra brightly at night, and this one was no exception.

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American Clarion Week in Review, Ending Oct. 6, 2012

American Clarion Week in Review, Ending Oct. 6, 2012

These are the top articles at American Clarion over the past week, Sadness in the Savage Nation; Mary Sudovar: The Children at War; ‘Democrats have declared war on Christians’; Civilizations Die from Suicide; What We’ll See if Romney Wins – A Biblical Perspective; Robo RINO Lawsuit on KOTA;’Mainstream’ Media: Enemy of America; Todd Akin: Conservative Champion; and more.

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Byzantine Empire

Islam: 1400 Years of Fear

Bill Warner of Political Islam has a great 44-minute presentation on the history of Islam. Unless you have spent considerable time studying the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire, and associated world events, you will undoubtedly learn quite a bit from Warner’s presentation–perhaps some things that will challenge the “varnished” history you may have been fed by politically correct sources.

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Admonishing the Army to Fear God

Admonishing the Army to Fear God

Henry Melchior Muhlenberg died OCTOBER 7, 1787.One of the founders of the Lutheran Church in America, his son John Peter was a pastor promoted to Major-General in the Continental Army, then elected to Congress. Another son, Frederick, was a pastor who became the first Speaker of the House. Both sons served in the first U.S. Congress and passed the First Amendment.

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