Archive for October 14th, 2012

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney debate

The Most Important Election in History

I think hyperbole is responsible for all of the world’s problems. Still, this time nobody’s exaggerating. What happens on Nov. 6 really is of critical importance. America’s future really does hang in the balance. There are nine black-robed reasons in particular that reign supreme. And those reasons never get a pink slip. To be sure, the next president may well appoint one, two, three or even four new justices to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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American Clarion Week in Review, Ending Oct. 13, 2012

American Clarion Week in Review, Ending Oct. 13, 2012

These are the top articles at American Clarion over the past week, including: SPLC Bringing Destructive Liberal Agenda to YOUR School; Unelected Muslims Dictate US Training Policy on Islam; Fresh RINO Sightings in South Dakota; California Outlaws Normalcy; Liberty Counsel Sues to Get it Back; Supreme Court shocks life into Obamacare challenge; What ‘IF’: Perceptions & Weapons; Romney’s Tax Return Suggests He Paid 57.9% in Taxes and Gifts to Charity; Someone Special: Deneen Borelli and Freedom in Black and White; and more!

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William Penn

Children in Disobedience, Disciples in Revolt

He was the son of the British Navy Admiral who captured Jamaica in 1655 and established England as a global sea power during the First Dutch Wars. He disappointed his father by being expelled from Oxford for having religious meetings in his dorm room rather than going to the Anglican chapel. At age 24, he converted to the Society of Friends, or Quakers, and wrote the “The Sandy Foundation Shaken,” for which he was imprisoned in the Tower of London for 8 months. His name was William Penn, born OCTOBER 14, 1644.

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Do Good People Go to Heaven?

Do Good People Go to Heaven?

One of the biggest deceptions to ever befall human beings–and one of the most eagerly received–is that good people go to Heaven. Whether you are liberal, moderate or conservative, virtuous, vile, wretched, moral or wherever you might find yourself on the human ideological spectrum: you aren’t good enough to go to Heaven, and you don’t deserve to go to Heaven. So who is going to be in Heaven?

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