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No Room for Christianity in the Trump Administration

No Room for Christianity in the Trump Administration

The comments made by Vice President Mike Pence to Leftist “reporter” George Stephanopoulos last weekend (see the video) represent an apparent dichotomy that should, at a minimum, gravely concern conservatives and Christians, if not directly outrage them.

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Should a Mississippi Town Have to Remove a Christian Flag?

Should a Mississippi Town Have to Remove a Christian Flag?

The United States Code refers to the Declaration of Independence as the “organic law” of the United States. And the Declaration clearly claims that there is an Almighty Creator God, that our rights come from Him, and that the purpose of civil government is to protect and defend the God-given rights of the people. The Declaration makes reference to the Bible, God’s Word, as the source of earthly, legal authority.

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President Obama signs an Executive Order lifting restrictions on stem cell research as well as a Presidential Memorandum ensuring that sound science be protected from politics. (Photo credit: Chuck Kennedy, White House photographer)

Executive Orders: Doing a Good Thing in a Bad Way

While I expected that if Donald Trump got elected and really did follow through on his promise to end the Johnson Amendment he would use the bully pulpit to motivate congress to repeal it, if reports of a leaked executive order draft are correct, President Trump has instead chosen to issue an executive order which instructs the executive branch to ignore this law.

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Homosexual 'Pride' NYC (Photo credit: Thomas Hobbs)

Trump Continues Special Rights for Sexual Deviants

Lost amidst the conservative cheering for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch yesterday was another decision by President Donald Trump that conservatives won’t (at least they, as a group, once wouldn’t have been) be pleased with.

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Betsy DeVos (Photo credit: Keith A. Almli)

Could ‘Republicans’ Please Stop Promoting Homosexual Activists?

We conservatives often ask yourselves why we are losing the culture left and right. We wonder why it is the political Left seems to win almost all of the battles, and public opinion just keeps slipping further and further away from the traditional values that made America the greatest place on earth. Maybe it’s because we help the enemy so much.

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Kim Burrell

Christian Persecution in America

It should be clear that what motivates the pro-homosexual movement is not advancing a free and tolerant society. It is promoting a society that legitimizes their point of view and punishes, as severely as possible, those that reject it. This is fascism, not freedom.

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The Political Significance of Christmas

The Political Significance of Christmas

In their effort to make a point, those who discuss law and government and politics for a living often miss the most crucial – the most critical point of all. So, as we celebrate Christmas, this is a good time to take a deep breath and revisit first principles.

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‘The Heart of a Baby Bird’

The Bible makes it clear that the Lord hates injustice, bullies, tyrannical rulers, those who oppress the helpless and murder the innocent. Yet our fallen world is full of all this, is it not? We have seen such injustice and tyranny throughout all the history of mankind, but it has been increasing to near unbearable levels recently, as government leaders pursue the devil’s agenda and crooked judges persecute the poor and innocent, and most especially, the Godly.

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Does a Cross on a City Christmas Tree Violate the First Amendment?

Does a Cross on a City Christmas Tree Violate the First Amendment?

This phrase “separation of church and state” has been repeated so many times that many actually believe it is part of the First Amendment. Those that use it want people to join them in removing God from everything in our lives today. They also want to remove our godly heritage from our history. The truth is, the words “separation of church and state” are nowhere in the First Amendment or the text of the U.S. Constitution.

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Religious Liberty Victory in Massachusetts

Religious Liberty Victory in Massachusetts

Four Massachusetts churches and their pastors, represented by Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys, are voluntarily dismissing their lawsuit against commonwealth officials after it prompted them to admit that the First Amendment protects a church’s freedom to operate consistently with its faith even when engaged in community outreach activities—like spaghetti suppers—because they are part of a church’s religious expression.

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