Articles By: David Whitney

Marriage is No Business of the State

Marriage is No Business of the State

In the battle for God’s holy institution of marriage, as of late there has not been a lot of encouraging news. The problem confronting us however has roots going back more than 100 years. The nose of the camel came into the tent with miscegenation laws which largely began after the War Between the States. What this meant is that civil government claimed it had a rightful jurisdiction over what marriages would be legitimate and what would not.

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The War of Western Culture

The War of Western Culture

It is easier to see what is happening when a person commits suicide than when a whole nation does the same thing. National suicide takes place when a society makes deliberate choices which doom it to destruction. America is on the path of national suicide. That path is down the road of exploding drug addictions, sexual immorality, the destruction of the family and the forsaking of God’s Holy Law. The talking heads in our land will not tell you the reality that this has all occurred by design.

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Barronelle Stutzman

Homosexual Hersey Battling A Flower Shop in Washington

Barronelle Stutzman the owner of Arlene’s Flowers in Richland, Washington was ruled against by the Washington State Supreme Court. In 2013, a multi-year repeat customer asked her to provide the floral arrangements for his upcoming homosexual un-wedding ceremony. Mrs. Stutzman politely refused, explaining it would violate her religious beliefs on marriage.

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orma McCorvey (Jane Roe) and her lawyer Gloria Allred on the steps of the Supreme Court, 1989 (Photo credit: Lorie Shaull)

Roe Versus Wade is Based Off Lies: Roe Admitted It, the Bible Confirmed It

Her name was not Roe, she was Norma McCorvey. She gave birth to the “Roe” baby in June 1970 almost three years before the Supreme Court opinion was written. What did Norma do after giving birth she gave her daughter to a loving adoptive family. She chose life.

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‘Bribery’ of a President and the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution

‘Bribery’ of a President and the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution

Consider the lawsuit against President Trump. It claims that the President is in violation because his corporation might profit if a foreign government rents rooms at the corporation’s hotel.

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George Soros (Photo credit: Jeff Ooi)

George Soros’ America

We are witnessing the impact of organized anti-American groups filled with anger and remorse because they have lost political control of our land. It appears they are determined to express their rage by riots, property destruction and violence against any who disagree with them.

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Do Immigration Restrictions Line Up With God’s Law?

Do Immigration Restrictions Line Up With God’s Law?

The McCarren – Walters Act of 1952 is the basis it seems that President Jimmy Carter used against the Iranians during the Iranian hostage crisis when he deported nearly 15,000 and banned others from entry into the country. If we understand that Mohammedans from those seven countries pose this same type of threat today, Donald Trump’s Executive Order appears to me to be simply enforcing this aspect of the McCarren – Walters Act which is still the law of the land today.

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Syrian "refugees" of military age throwing away water given to them by relief workers

The History of Refugee Exclusion in America, Keeping America Safe

The president is charged in Art II Sec 3 of our Constitution with “taking Care that the Laws be faithfully executed…” We know that for multiple decades now our immigration laws have not been faithfully executed by any sitting president nor by his administration. We also know from the history of immigration to our land that our Constitution absolutely permits us to restrict or to even cut off immigration from any country in the world.

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The Most Dangerous Thing President Trump Did on January 20th

The Most Dangerous Thing President Trump Did on January 20th

What was most important on inauguration day? A mere 30 seconds, those critically important moments when Donald Trump took his oath of office to become the 45th President of these United States.

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Federal Takeover of the State Police Departments is Dangerous Myopia

Federal Takeover of the State Police Departments is Dangerous Myopia

Myopia is nearsightedness and it “is the most common refractive error of the eye…If you are nearsighted, you typically will have difficulty reading road signs and seeing distant objects clearly.”But there is another form of nearsightedness; seeing the items right under your nose, but missing the truly significant items in the distance.

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