Category: National

Neil Gorsuch from SCOTUS  hearings (CSPAN)

Obergefell and Roe: America’s Statutes of Omri

Looking closely at the answers given by Neil Gorsuch to the senators and congressmen conducting the confirmation hearings have sent up red flags for all those hoping that Gorsuch will be the hero who halts abortions and reels in the excesses of the LBGT, namely Obergefell.

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Who Makes the Law of the Land

Who Makes the Law of the Land

How many of you believe that Congress makes the laws of our land? How many of you believe presidential executive orders are also the law of our land? How many of you believe the Supreme court’s decisions are the law of our land?

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Common Sense Thinking

Common Sense Thinking

The February 1st headline announced, “Democrats force delays in votes on 3 nominees.” Is it just me or is this meant to generate a round of applause? I mean, great, let’s clog up our governing. Such negative remarks would never command the media’s ink four or eights years ago. The headlines congratulating these delay, debunk and discrediting tactics are engendered solely upon our citizen President.

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Sedition is Illegal– Even for Ex-Presidents!

Sedition is Illegal– Even for Ex-Presidents!

Webster’s dictionary defines sedition as “incitement of resistance to or insurrection against lawful authority. Subversion is “an attempt to transform the established social order and its structures of power, authority and hierarchy.”

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Fast-food Government: GOP’s Obamacare Repeal Debacle

Fast-food Government: GOP’s Obamacare Repeal Debacle

Anybody who even occasionally gets take-out from any fast food chain will immediately get that story, because about a third of the time you don’t get what you order, even if the ticket is correct and they repeat it back to you. What’s more, when you discover the order isn’t correct – often after you arrive at home – you drive back and go in to get the order corrected, and are typically met with either a mild disinterest or outright hostility.

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Husband Bringing Sick Wife Hot Drink In Bed At Home

Men Are Called to Be Servants

Marriage between one man and one woman is God’s perfect plan for us, one of the first, most basic and essential things we learn about in the very first chapter of the Bible. In Genesis 1 we read, “God created man in His own image. In the image of God created He him; male and female created He them.

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Credit: Jim Padgett

Christ Haters: The American Sadducees

In Jesus’ day, there were two main political parties which ran Israel under Rome’s oppressive reign. One was the Sadducee party and the other the Pharisee party. Both groups claimed to represent the Law of Moses and have the best interests of the people of Israel in mind.

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The Pharisees and Today’s Church: The Same Now as it Was Then

The Pharisees and Today’s Church: The Same Now as it Was Then

Many of today’s churches are no different than the Pharisees were. Precisely where in the Bible is homosexuality seen to be ok? Yet many denominations are ordaining gay pastors. Where in the Word of God is same-sex marriage approved? Yet many denominations are accepting this as ok.

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"A republic, if you can keep it," said Benjamin Franklin when asked what type of government the founders had established.

Republic No More – And Why It Matters

The Founders wrote at length against pure democracy, which as one wag noted, “is two wolves and a sheep deciding on what’s for dinner.” That may be fine for the wolves today, but when three hunters enter the equation tomorrow, not so much. And when five PETA members enter the fray the day after…? And ten cattle ranchers the day after that…?

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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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