Category: National

Reviving the Remnant

Reviving the Remnant

All true Christians can easily discern there is something terribly, awfully wrong in this world today. I understand that many people are hopeful for America’s future under bold, new American leadership. To the “natural man” things may appear to be looking up. But, I’m afraid I am not so optimistic. We are living in a culture so confused and twisted, it’s almost unbelievable.

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Proud to Be a Pain

Proud to Be a Pain

Important people in Washington and elsewhere want everyone in America to believe that the federal government can run things better than anyone else. But, if letting the federal government run our health care is such a great idea, why are there so many problems with Medicare, Medicaid, and Obamacare?

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Americans Honoring What Offends The Law!

Americans Honoring What Offends The Law!

The Virginia Bureau of Watchdog.org reported that Planned Parenthood contributed more than $1.7 million to McAuliffe’s gubernatorial campaign in 2013. Abortion industry lobbying organization NARAL donated $56,000 to his campaign, as well.

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Trump and the Deep State

Trump and the Deep State

As if to prove the point, Rush has once again coined a phrase that sums up a cultural phenomenon. He has dubbed those Progressives embedded within the federal bureaucracy the Deep State. This label perfectly describes those protected by the civil service acts as well as those political appointees who might be termed BHO holdovers.

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Feb 17-23

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Feb 17-23

This week’s good, bad and ugly. Included: businesses fire promoters of lawlessness, Education Secretary believes boys should be in your daughter’s restroom and locker room in school, illegal aliens get a pass, and Trump’s Labor nominee in a sex scandal.

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What Judge Has NO Lawmaking Authority?

What Judge Has NO Lawmaking Authority?

Following up on my column from two weeks ago where I explained the constitutionality of banning refugees that both presidents Obama and Trump initiated, I chose this week to ask the question, “What judge has no lawmaking authority?” The answer, of course, is any federal judge in these United States of America.

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Norma McCorvey

Jane Roe, In Memoriam

I first met Norma McCorvey some 20 years ago, soon after her Christian conversion. That conversion set her against the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion, and in which she was the plaintiff.

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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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My Sexual Assault By The TSA

My very dim view of the TSA has been shaped by all the reports of corruption, misconduct, molestation and sexual assault, theft, abuse of power and ineptitude by the TSA. My return from the Gunsight Academy via Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport only darkened that view.

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Have You Considered: Is Genesis History?

Have You Considered: Is Genesis History?

I used to believe in evolution, and didn’t believe the Genesis account of history which says God created the universe in six days. That was before I learned about the terminal weaknesses of the theory of evolution, as well as the scientifically viable theories of creation scientists that actually fit available scientific evidence better than the idea of evolution does.

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