Post Tagged with: "America"

Misinformation Personified

Misinformation Personified

On the surface, the fallacy that “America is a democracy” seems to be a case of “no big deal,” yet, due to its overall importance and its sad acceptance, the opposite is true. In fact, isn’t this notion of it being a “ho hum” issue just a bit demeaning? Since when does proper understanding and belief of one’s government become so trivial?

Read more ›
Trumpism and American Sovereignty

Trumpism and American Sovereignty

For decades the globalists have been leading us down the primrose path towards their fantasy of a new world order run by them and their fellow progressive central planners at the UN. Their four horseman of the American apocalypse: George the First, Billary, George the Second, and BHO never saw a multinational surrender of sovereignty they didn’t like.

Read more ›
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.

Read more ›
Oil painting of George Washington's inauguration as the first President of the United States which took place on April 30, 1789

The First Presidential Inauguration of these United States

This week I will have the privilege to attend the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. While this is truly an honorable day and tradition for Americans, did you know there are seven distinct religious activities in the first presidential inauguration that have been repeated in whole or part during every subsequent inauguration?

Read more ›
Obama’s Legacy Is America’s Legacy

Obama’s Legacy Is America’s Legacy

Over the last couple of weeks, we have been hearing much of Barack Obama and his legacy. In other words, we have been hearing about what state he has left America in. I can sum up his legacy for you in short order here.

Read more ›
Nations Walking in Darkness

Nations Walking in Darkness

Worship of God is wrong, but worship of – and the idolizing of anything and everything else is good. God in school is wrong, but teaching the five pillars of Islam is ok. Bible study in school is wrong, but teaching 3rd graders about homosexuality and transgenders along with encouraging and accepting these things is right and good.

Read more ›
Andrew Jackson Statue and White House

Is This Presidency the End of America?

Understanding the nature and the limits of the authorities and powers granted to the Executive Branch of the federal government by the Constitution is very liberating unless you countenance tyranny. Our founders provided a way in which the different branches can impede each other, thereby slowing down the actions of government, and this is a great protection for individual liberty.

Read more ›
What Happened to American Ideals?

What Happened to American Ideals?

There was no pretense, no hint in this election, about the ideal of America aspiring to be a “shining city on a hill,” the phrase of Christian pilgrim John Winthrop, often referred to by President Reagan. If the discourse of this election reflects what is happening in our nation, we have lost touch with our principles and ideals.

Read more ›
2016 Election Bottom Line: More of the Same, or Something Different?

2016 Election Bottom Line: More of the Same, or Something Different?

Gibbon actually was writing about the city-state Athens and its decline, but his words are a razor-sharp indictment of the United States of the past several decades.

Read more ›
American Lives Matter 1776

American Lives Matter 1776

Lately, much attention has been given to shameful events including criminals, police, arrest, murder, vandalism, rioting, and protests that have plagued the streets of America. These events, of course, are not isolated to just our modern times. During the time leading up to the Revolutionary War, there was a tumultuous stirring in the 1700’s, a movement which one might label, “American Lives Matter.” This righteous movement occurred after a long train of abuses against all American citizens of every color and nationality. From the Boston Massacre of 1770, the bombing of Boston and burning of Charlestown in 1774, or in the attacks on Williamsburg, Concord, or Lexington in 1775, Americans were attacked with lethal force! Beyond warfare here is a short list of bigoted and hateful things those Americans were forced to endure: The innocent were killed and oppressed Americans were being forced at gun point to share their homes […]

Read more ›