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‘Wrong Side of History’

‘Wrong Side of History’

“You’re on the wrong side of history.” It’s become a favorite mantra of Leftists in recent years. And it’s about as apt and accurate a statement as so many other propaganda lines from the Left.

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RINOs: Sweet-Talkers Who Inwardly Curse You

RINOs: Sweet-Talkers Who Inwardly Curse You

With their mouths they bless, but in their hearts they curse. (Psalm 62:4) I immediately thought of the smarmy way in which our world works today, especially in the political realm.

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The New Battle Lines: Elitists vs. Us

The New Battle Lines: Elitists vs. Us

The Republicans are acting in a manner most reminiscent of Democrats. It appears that there IS no difference between the two parties… none at all. That is what informed me that those are not the battle lines. That is not the divide. The two parties agree on most of the major issues we face today.

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Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough

Our forefathers recognized the importance of a national union. We are the UNITED States of America. Our founding documents emphasized the need for unity and the common good. We must reclaim that spirit of unity, and to do that we need leaders who are more interested in uniting us than dividing us.

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Photo credit: Damon J. Moritz

The First One to Thirty Wins

Whatever happened to the fighting spirit inside the Christian man? They killed the will. Somewhere along the way the enemy killed the will. Passive, sit on your butt, whiney Christianity has turned the average American male into a compliant pile of play dough.

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Watch for the ‘RINO Watch’

Watch for the ‘RINO Watch’

With our new look here at American Clarion, we’re also rolling out a new “feature” area. In addition to home page areas featuring categories like National, State, International and the U.S. Constitution, American Clarion will now feature “RINO Watch” articles on the behavior and betrayals of RINOs on a national and local basis. RINOs are the greatest and most pressing threat to the American republic we face.

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For 2015: More morality, less politics

For 2015: More morality, less politics

When the job of government is no longer to protect you but tell you where you can send your child to school, what that child can learn, what kind of health insurance you can buy, what employers can pay you, who you can hire and fire, where you can live if you are poor, how to save for retirement, you have already lost control over your life. When we give power to the wrong people for the wrong reasons, we reap what we sow.

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Democrats or Republicans: Are Either Moral?

Democrats or Republicans: Are Either Moral?

Political parties are not designed to be moral, they are designed to provide a common affiliation for competing points of view related to the division of government power. This does not mean that they don’t take stands on moral issues like abortion, gun control, taxes and redistribution of wealth, it merely means that, as entities, they are amoral.

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It is Time for a Christian Values Party

It is Time for a Christian Values Party

This is the way the American political system works. Democrats/liberals are the counterweight to Republicans/conservatives. The constant teetering gives the impression of movement, but the status quo rarely changes. This has never been more evident than what has occurred in Congress since Obama was ‘handed his hat’ in the mid-term elections; except nothing has really changed. The teeter has tottered to Republican control of the Congress, yet the policies that Obama has pushed forward still remain in place.

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How to Defeat the Left: Understand the Enemy

How to Defeat the Left: Understand the Enemy

I plan to share a few excerpts from David Horowitz’ new book “Take No Prisoners: The Battle Plan for Defeating the Left.” over the coming days, in the hopes that Republicans and conservatives might become enlightened–or at least more informed–about the nature of our current conflict, that they will buy a copy of the book, and read it…and then get to work.

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