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It’s Sedition!…But That’s Not a Worthy Story for the Media?

It’s Sedition!…But That’s Not a Worthy Story for the Media?

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.” There’s lots of evidence that the Democrats, including the former Obama administration, have been guilty of these two offenses, both of which are illegal.

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I Care More Than You Care See My Ribbon

I Care More Than You Care See My Ribbon

For over twenty years, my wife and I were the pastors of churches and leaders of ministries. Everywhere we ministered, we founded programs to feed and clothe those who needed assistance. These ministries through the work of volunteers and the donations of private citizens fed and clothed thousands, all without ever taking a dime of government money.

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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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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Think Medicaid Works Well?

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Think Medicaid Works Well?

In 2009, the leader of a think tank in Washington, D.C. asked me to edit a research project which the think tank had sponsored on problems with Medicaid. I was flattered and honored that a think tank based in D.C. noticed my articles on Medicare problems and thought enough of my writing to ask for my help. In that project, I learned much about the problems with Medicaid. Some of them are similar to the problems in Medicare.

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Marriage is No Business of the State

Marriage is No Business of the State

In the battle for God’s holy institution of marriage, as of late there has not been a lot of encouraging news. The problem confronting us however has roots going back more than 100 years. The nose of the camel came into the tent with miscegenation laws which largely began after the War Between the States. What this meant is that civil government claimed it had a rightful jurisdiction over what marriages would be legitimate and what would not.

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Healthcare Rights in American, Since When?

Healthcare Rights in American, Since When?

In order for government to provide what FDR’s second bill of rights guarantees, it must necessarily violate the real Bill of Rights by stealing the money it needs to make the phony guarantees. This is illegal because it is against what the Declaration of Independence refers to as “The Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.”

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Another Complaint Filed

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Another Complaint Filed

Here are the facts. Earlier in the year, the client visited me and we reviewed documents about an unpaid bill. I learned from the client’s Medicare supplement insurance company that it had already paid the bill in question. The insurance company gave me the amount, the date of issuing the check, and the check number.

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CIA Headquarters, Langley, VA (Photo credit: Carol M. Highsmith)

Just Because You’re Paranoid Doesn’t Mean They Aren’t Watching You

Does the CIA have truly noble motives? To whom are they accountable? Do they operate not only under the radar but blatantly and arbitrarily above the law? Is that not a recipe for disaster? Whose interests are ultimately served?

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Feb. 24 – Mar. 2

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Feb. 24 – Mar. 2

This week’s good, bad and ugly: dealing with illegal aliens, Republicans meddling in the free market, and Republicans spending $1 trillion more of your money on things not authorized by the U.S. Constitution. We don’t have a liberal and a conservative party anymore; we have a liberal party and a slightly less liberal party.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – 17 Claims Missing

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – 17 Claims Missing

On February 27, 2017, I reviewed a medical bill for a client from Gary, Indiana. The bill sought $261.15 from the client for 17 different doctor visits in 2016 and 2017.

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