Articles By: A.J. Castellitto

The Benedict Option?

The Benedict Option?

In a time when ‘anti-Christian hostility infects powerful elite subculture,’ as studied and hypothesized by David Williamson and George Yancey in the book, “So Many Christians, So Few Lions: Is There Christianophobia in the United States?” the need to review and reassess our standing before God and man is due for a close evaluation.

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Congressman Scott Garrett of New Jersey speaking at the 2012 Liberty Political Action Conference in Chantilly, Virginia. (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

In God We Trust Revisited: The Peculiar Case of Former NJ Congressman Scott Garrett

Christian liberty sacrificed at the altar of greed, the tragic tale in which corporate America defines a new arbitrary moral code. Another fairly recent and notable example of our political system run amuck occurred when alleged ‘social extremist,’ Scott Garrett, became a surprising casualty of the LGBT-driven civil standard.

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When Sanity is the New Anarchy

When Sanity is the New Anarchy

I find myself in a strange political place. One in which I vehemently reject the secular status quo establishment, but scoff at the politically correct progressive push toward a dehumanized socialist society.

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Blurring Lines and Manufacturing Consent

Blurring Lines and Manufacturing Consent

Red lines and public outcries, a day of reckoning feels just a few tomahawk missiles away. Unfortunately, I don’t believe the people on the inside who influence the direction of our country have pure and noble intentions, or even sincere justifications.

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The Cyber Revolt that Saved the Republic?

The Cyber Revolt that Saved the Republic?

There is a never ending war that continues to transpire between patriots and globalists. The globalists are not playing fair as they have people in high places who specialize in the nefarious. Regardless, we owe a huge debt of gratitude to the brave men and women who’ve sacrificed everything for the future of this country. They are our inspiration and fortitude to stand our ground and persevere.

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Evil Prevails When Good Men Do Nothing

Evil Prevails When Good Men Do Nothing

In our county I think we are seeing a few areas in which the right has gotten off track. Crony capitalism is too commonplace even in many Republican districts and now a type of immoral conservatism where traditional values are held in contempt is gradually becoming a norm.

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Putting Off Legalism (and Apathy)

Putting Off Legalism (and Apathy)

Sometimes the culture war is merely a distraction away from greater spiritual warfares. The enemy takes on many forms. There are even those times when our greatest foe is the person staring back at us. Ultimately our mirrors betray us.

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Big Brother

Global Elites or Satanists in Disguise?

They have the money, the power and ultimately our number. Their criminality remains off the record. They have total access and set the narrative. They are the Big Brother we never asked for.

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CIA Headquarters, Langley, VA (Photo credit: Carol M. Highsmith)

Just Because You’re Paranoid Doesn’t Mean They Aren’t Watching You

Does the CIA have truly noble motives? To whom are they accountable? Do they operate not only under the radar but blatantly and arbitrarily above the law? Is that not a recipe for disaster? Whose interests are ultimately served?

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The Return of the One that Got Away

The Return of the One that Got Away

When I converted to Christianity it became apparent that I could not reconcile my faith in God with my musical listening tendencies. I soon found myself sorting through my compact disc collection and discarding those which I deemed incompatible with my Christian worldview. With the exception of a few U2 albums, my complete collection, predominantly comprised of high profile hard rock selections from the eighties and nineties, had been completely purged.

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