While pondering the subject making more headlines than the Cav’s winning the NBA finals – firearms and government gun restrictions – I have noticed many anti-American sentiments around the topic of innocent Americans protecting themselves. None of these sentiments are logical; none of them are ethical; and certainly none of them have prevented weapons from taking the life of the innocent they aRead more ›
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We at Institute on the Constitution always desire to bring the original, Biblical, Constitutional, American View to contemporary situations that arise in America. By bringing this view we believe solutions can be found that have helped us as a nation remain unified for well over 200 years.Read more ›
Is there any way to stop this train wreck before we hit the wall? Can we rein in Washington and stop the money borrowed from the future that the best and the brightest are spending? What do you think? I wish I had an answer to that because I’m tired of answering the question.Read more ›
This bay to the south was the bay for Boston. If you were to bring up a map of the Boston area on the internet, you would see that there are two rivers which flow into the water way that leads to the bay. One is now called the Charles and the other is called the Mystic. The Mystic comes in from the Northwest.Read more ›
“The Cold War continues,” says retired US Navy Captain James A. Huff of Rapid City, an expert in naval intelligence who cut his teeth on Russian-American spying and surveillance activities spanning several continents near the end of the Soviet Era.Read more ›
In part four I addressed the introductory main points of Winthrop’s sermon, “A Model of Christian Charity,” which were to provide the vision for Puritan society. At the end of part four, I mentioned the two rules Winthrop proclaimed which were to govern the way people lived out their live toward one another: justice and mercy.Read more ›