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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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Jeff Sessions

Conservatism is not Racism

The problem the Black Caucus has with Senator Sessions is not that he is a racist but that he is a conservative, and that is not good for their racket. We’re not going to get out of our racial rut until everyone starts seeing and respecting people as individuals.

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Steve Bannon (Photo credit: Don Irvine)

RACIALYING: The Act Of Falsely Claiming Racism

In the novel ‘1984’, George Orwell developed a concept called ‘NewSpeak’, in which words were eliminated in order to prevent people from expressing a concept easily.

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Without the Death Penalty, There is No Justice

Without the Death Penalty, There is No Justice

American is in a mind warp of sorts. The death of a black man at the hands of the police in Charlotte, North Carolina erupted into riots, property damage and stealing property.

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From Answers in Geneis "One Blood"

The Myth of ‘Race’

It’s often said, “There is only one race – the human race.” While the phrase has become almost cliché in repetition, it happens to be 100 percent accurate, both scientifically and theologically speaking.

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‘Great Kid’ Shooting”– What in Hell is Wrong With Black People?!

‘Great Kid’ Shooting”– What in Hell is Wrong With Black People?!

Gutless politicians and race-baiters have created an entire industry where benefits-to-slackers equals votes for them, thus we have the closest thing to perpetual motion ever seen: government programs that encourage sloth, immorality, illegitimacy, drugs and crime. It’s gone on since the 1960s, with no end in sight.

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Colin Kaepernick (Photo credit: Au Kirk)

The Enemy on the Field!

The controversy started when Kaepernick who rejected reality while giving over to the propaganda refused to stand for the national anthem during a pre-season game (Protesting racism while supporting Black Lives Matter, P.S. Colin was adopted by white parents), telling NFL.com: “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses Black people and people of color. “

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Colin Kaepernick, Racial ‘Oppression’ . . . and Reality

Colin Kaepernick, Racial ‘Oppression’ . . . and Reality

Wade’s family just experienced the tragic murder of his cousin, a 32-year old woman who was walking to register her children for school when she was gunned down by (you guessed it) two young black men. Where is the outrage at that?

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“Hillary’s America”, No! An American America, Yes!

“Hillary’s America”, No! An American America, Yes!

Our candidate must not only show us that they know what is required of them, but they must also demonstrate that they will act on that which they know. It won’t do us any good electing someone who knows what to do but won’t do it, whether out of fear of men or desire to be re-elected, or whatever. This would be a vain thing, in

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July in Chicago: Police 1, the Black Community 64

July in Chicago: Police 1, the Black Community 64

A big segment of the population that doesn’t understand how freedom requires the rule of law, and that without it we’re all right back to the jungle, where the strong and the mean rule over everyone else. The segment of the population that doesn’t understand that – or doesn’t accept it – has made Chicago and at least parts of most other American cities into war zones, where life is cheap, violence or the threat of it is the way all conflicts are settled and anyone weaker than the predators are fair game, regardless of race.

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