The Amor Patriae (love of country) is both a moral and religious duty. — Benjamin Rush, Hamden letter,October 20, 1773

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Reality or Make-Believe: ‘Civil Rights’ in Ferguson

Michael Peroutka

Despite man’s attempt to defy gravity, it is immutable. Obviously, we can see clearly that the law of gravity, one of the physical laws of the universe, is not within our power to ignore or to repeal. We really can’t break it without getting broken by it.

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Justice the Guardian of Liberty

David Whitney

There is a monster loose in America. It is a tyrannical monster whose perfidy grows every day. He is intelligent, educated at the most elite institutions and is holding some of the most powerful and prestigious positions in our land. He’s at his worst when all decked out in black. In the past month alone by means of its multitude of tentacles this monster has conducted a coordinated attack on the most ancient and most valuable of human institution, the one that pre-dates everything short of the first six days of creation.

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The Loss of Christian Empathy

Ken Connor

A great problem in our modern culture is our lack of connection to our neighbors. This is particularly troubling when we see it among Christian conservatives. Of all religious and political combinations, Americans claiming to be both Christian and conservative ought to be immensely other-oriented. After all, for the Christian, the second greatest commandment is "You shall love your neighbor as yourself."

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How Those Who Call Themselves Christians Should Vote

Bob Ellis

There are few duties of the Christian in the secular world than casting a wise and trustworthy vote. Samuel Adams was clear on this solemn duty of the Christian voter: “Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual–or at least that he ought not so to do; but that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country. ”

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​If There is No God, There are No Rights

A.J. Castellitto

Where do we get out rights? Where do we get our dignity? Where do we get our respect? Where do we get our humanity? Where do we get our integrity?

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Editorial Overload But No Transcendent Insight

David Pepe

Today there is absolutely no shortage of political commentary from the Right and as a matter of fact, it has become a deluge of daily commentary that is drowning the conservative laymen with no reality or eternal hope.

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A World of Fear

A.J. Castellitto

Riots, contagious diseases, political lawlessness, Islamic threats, gender confusion, social decay; it's enough to make one petrified, perplexed, depressed....

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An Open Letter to the False Church

J. Matt Barber

We’ve all heard this phrase: “You know who you are!” It’s an expression typically levied in the context of some corrective admonition, intended for some person or persons, busy about some misbehavior. While sent via certified mail, this is one of those rare open letters to whom the preponderance of intended recipients have, somehow, managed to convince themselves, and one another, that they’re not even home. Most of you decidedly do not know who you are. You’re living on Deception Lane.

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America in 2039: What if Revival Doesn’t Happen?

Steve Deace

Beyond the obvious technological advancements that have mostly benefited our lives, many of the issues we are currently wrestling with as a people weren’t even conceivable in 1989. Given that trend line, and the fact we are domestically debating unprecedented existential threats to individual liberty, the next 25 years could become American Exceptionalism’s tipping point moment barring revival.

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Which Jesus Are You Following?

Dave Daubenmire

That may seem like an odd question to ask. After all, everyone knows Jesus. At least that is what they tell me when we’re out on the streets. Rather than get into an argument with them, I chose to simply ask them a question. This is the same question I would like to put to the millions sitting in the pews of America's churches: Which Jesus? Which Jesus do you “believe” in? Which Jesus do you serve?

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Republican Agenda Nowhere to be Found

Bob Ellis

Rush Limbaugh said today he hasn't seen much from the Republicans in the way of an agenda, especially if they get control of the U.S. Senate. I'd have to agree.

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Richard Benda’s Suicide: All Lies?

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Richard Benda committed fraud and suicide. That is what we are told. But is it true? Let's look at the facts. The first and ONLY reporter on the Benda's death scene was Mitchell Daily Republic's, Luke Hagen. Per his article and other resources we know...

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DOJ Admits: Missing IRS Emails Were Backed Up

Robert Romano

Department of Justice attorneys for the Internal Revenue Service told Judicial Watch on Friday that Lois Lerner’s emails, indeed all government computer records, are backed up by the federal government in case of a government-wide catastrophe. The Obama administration attorneys said that this back-up system would be too onerous to search.

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Labor Union Corruption Continues

Nathan Mehrens

This Labor Day weekend as you see labor union leaders extolling the supposed virtues of their organizations, remember that like day follows night, union corruption continues. At the federal level, in fiscal year 2013, the latest year for which complete data is available, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) obtained 97 indictments and 116 convictions of union officials for crimes against their members.

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Reality or Make-Believe: ‘Civil Rights’ in Ferguson

Michael Peroutka

Despite man’s attempt to defy gravity, it is immutable. Obviously, we can see clearly that the law of gravity, one of the physical laws of the universe, is not within our power to ignore or to repeal. We really can’t break it without getting broken by it.

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