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I Drove 50 Miles to See the Movie

I Drove 50 Miles to See the Movie

Mixing narrative and interviews, D’Souza exposes the Democratic Party as the Party of Exploitation and Subjugation. Urban plantations, barrios, and ghettoes. Forced sterilizations. Slavery and enslavement. Massive corruption on a scale not seen since Judas and 30 pieces of silver.

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Ruins of the Roman Forum (Photo credit: Foeke Noppert)

What Man Hath Wrought

It has been our actions (and inactions) that have destroyed America. History will continue, noting only with wonder how Americans in the late 20th and early 21st centuries traded heaven-on-earth for a hell of our own creation.

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There Will Be No Second American Revolution

There Will Be No Second American Revolution

The powers-that-be want us to feel powerless to protect ourselves and reliant on and grateful for the dubious protection provided by the American police state. Their strategy is working. The tree of liberty is dying. There will be no second American Revolution.

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Why Does America Have a Written Constitution? 

Why Does America Have a Written Constitution? 

What is a constitution?  A constitution organizes, distributes and regulates the power of the state.  A constitution sets out the structure of the state, the major state institutions, and the principles governing their relations with each other and with the state’s citizens.

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The Constitution’s 3/5 Clause Agrees: Black Lives Matter!

The Constitution’s 3/5 Clause Agrees: Black Lives Matter!

While I realize this issue of inequality, slavery and the Founding Fathers, and particularly the 3/5ths clause in the Constitution, has been a huge stumbling block to blacks and college students, I believe we can find solutions for skin-based hatred when we find the true meaning in this clause and the original intent of our founding documents.

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From the Declaration of Independence, at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: Billy Hathorn)

Independence Day: A Godly Theme to Be Imitated Perpetually?

This week we celebrate the 240th birth day of our Constitutional Republic. Our founders laid down the immutable principles for the foundation of our civil government in that great document we call the Unanimous Declaration of Independence. It was a document of secession, many are surprised to hear that, but that’s what it was; they were seceding from the government of Great Britain, separating to form a new country and a new civil government.

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Retired B-1 Bomber Officer to Speak About the Ongoing Cold War

Retired B-1 Bomber Officer to Speak About the Ongoing Cold War

Retired Air Force officer MAJ Robert “Von” Liebman of Rapid City spent his active-duty years in big B-52 Stratofortress and B1-B Lancer bombers during the Cold War. The enemy was always Soviet and Chinese communism. America’s peace and strength lay in its nuclear arsenal and payload weapons that could strike back if attacked.

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Independence Week: An Homage To The Preachers

Independence Week: An Homage To The Preachers

More than any other element of society, King George feared the preachers. He called them the “Black Regiment,” because of the black clerical robes they wore when preaching. Were it not for the Black Regiment, it is most unlikely that there would have ever been a Declaration of Independence.

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We Need a Declaration of Dependence–on God

We Need a Declaration of Dependence–on God

At our founding, America at once declared independence from tyranny and reaffirmed our dependence on the one true God of the Bible. We must do so again. Or perish. While it is true that salt preserves; in an open wound, it also burns. Today’s anti-Christian, moral relativist culture is an open wound.

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A Biblical Account of Weapons and Self Defense

A Biblical Account of Weapons and Self Defense

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 a

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