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Abortion is Criminal According to the Constitution

Abortion is Criminal According to the Constitution

In the Constitution we find the framers securing and guaranteeing protection of all life in the 5th Amendment: “No person shall be deprived of life…without due process of law.” The 14th Amendment also states, “nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law…” This applies to every living person, and we know abortion violates this right by killing babies before they’re born, let alone before due process.

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Pleading the Fifth For Trampling the First

Pleading the Fifth For Trampling the First

A lot has happened since former Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Exempt Organizations head Lois Lerner refused to testify in May 2013 about the agency targeting of the tea party and other 501(c)(4) organizations, asserting her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination. For starters, it turns out the scandal goes much higher than was originally stated.

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Govt Highway Robbery: Asset Forfeiture and the Pillaging of the American People

Govt Highway Robbery: Asset Forfeiture and the Pillaging of the American People

Long before Americans charted their revolutionary course in pursuit of happiness, it was “life, liberty, and property” which constituted the golden triad of essential rights that the government was charged with respecting and protecting. To the colonists, smarting from mistreatment at the hands of the British crown, protecting their property from governmental abuse was just as critical as preserving their lives and liberties. If the government can arbitrarily take away your property, you have no true rights. You’re nothing more than a serf or a slave.

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Our economic crisis is also a crisis in values

Our economic crisis is also a crisis in values

Somehow we’ve come to accept, regarding government policy, that there are separate “economic” issues and “social” issues, the former being issues having to do with our pocketbook and the latter being issues touching religious values and behavior. But this is a mistake. The economy is also a social “values” issue. It’s about the extent to which we respect private property and it’s protected from politicians. Respect for private property is disdained in socialist countries. Respecting the sanctity of private property reflects our values as much as does our respect for the sanctity of life and marriage.

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