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The Political Significance of Christmas

The Political Significance of Christmas

In their effort to make a point, those who discuss law and government and politics for a living often miss the most crucial – the most critical point of all. So, as we celebrate Christmas, this is a good time to take a deep breath and revisit first principles.

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The Separation of Church and the Luciferian State

The Separation of Church and the Luciferian State

The writing’s on the wall and the threats to humanity are increasing by the day. It’s a day when tyrants are honored by so-called religious leaders and demonic agendas proceed to go mainstream.

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Artists representation of Noah's Ark, from the Creation Museum

The Word of God is Legal

No State action or law is valid unless it conforms to God’s law and His Will. This is precisely why the primary document of America’s political view begins with the acknowledgment of God’s authority as expressed in the phrase, “The Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God”.

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Busting the Myth: ‘Separation of Church and State’

Busting the Myth: ‘Separation of Church and State’

The American church has a problem. It’s one part fear, one part confusion and one part apathy. Pastors, priests and rabbis have long swallowed the false notion that all things religious and all things political are somehow mutually exclusive – that never the twain shall meet.

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Why Should God Save America?

Why Should God Save America?

Today America is ruled by a Progressive cartel made up of politicians, crony-capitalists, academics providing the philosophical foundations, and the Corporations Once Known as the Mainstream Media providing cover. This minority clique relies on low information voters, government employees and those on the dole to keep them in power through elections that supposedly approximate a choice. In reality it is usually a choice between two progressives from the twin-headed party of power.

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Public Prayer and the Result, ‘Woodlawn’

Public Prayer and the Result, ‘Woodlawn’

Benjamin Franklin acknowledged, “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.” I have to ask the question, why do certain splinter groups get so upset over people praying for our children and our nation?

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A nativity scene in Portland, Oregon (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Why Nativity Scenes Matter in the Public Square

When Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, he explained that our freedoms come from God. “All men are created equal,” he says, and “they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” A nativity display on government property reminds us that all humans have unalienable rights- rights which cannot legitimately be taken away- because these rights come from God.

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Where are Cowards Who Hid After Capitol Prayer?

Where are Cowards Who Hid After Capitol Prayer?

Recently, I spoke at a Tea Party in the state of Minnesota and was approached by an individual who said that he was there when I gave “The Prayer that Rocked the Capitol.” I asked him where all of his conservative buddies were that did not stand when they should have stood.

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Church and State: Cohorts or Combatants?

Church and State: Cohorts or Combatants?

We’ve all heard the protests: “Separation of church and State! You can’t post the 10 Commandments in a courthouse! You can’t have Jesus in a Christmas play in a public school! That would violate the First Amendment!” Really? Have any of the people making such proclamations read the First Amendment, or what any of the founders said in regard to the relationship between the church and the state? Time for a dose of truth by way of a brief history lesson.

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Civil Rights or God-Given Rights?

Civil Rights or God-Given Rights?

Fifty years ago, when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. addressed a crowd of 250,000 people gathered in Washington, DC, he called on the people of the various states, and the government of these united States to live up to the principles espoused in the Declaration of Independence. But it was not, as many have falsely claimed, a call for “civil” rights.

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