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The America Healthcare Dialectic Cannot Stop Here

The America Healthcare Dialectic Cannot Stop Here

When we consider the rightness or wrongness of any federal government program or agency the discussion of its “rightness” must always begin with the question of authority. Does the federal government have the authority to do this thing in the first place?

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Bursting the Government Messiah Myth

Bursting the Government Messiah Myth

Ever since the fall of man in the Garden of Eden, people have been seeking salvation by every means other than by the One True God. One of the modern forms of idolatry is statism, the worship of human civil government as god. Some aspects of this idolatry is the propaganda that civil government cares for all your needs.

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Sanctuary Cities or Goldilocks and The Three Bears

Sanctuary Cities or Goldilocks and The Three Bears

This past Monday I had the privilege of testifying before the County Council regarding the move to make Maryland a sanctuary State — a place where those who have illegally broken into our country are protected from enforcement of the U.S. immigration laws. The repeated refrain of those who advocated for the law breakers is that we must be a welcoming community. In my testimony, I used the analogy of someone breaking into my house.

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I Care More Than You Care See My Ribbon

I Care More Than You Care See My Ribbon

For over twenty years, my wife and I were the pastors of churches and leaders of ministries. Everywhere we ministered, we founded programs to feed and clothe those who needed assistance. These ministries through the work of volunteers and the donations of private citizens fed and clothed thousands, all without ever taking a dime of government money.

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Women prepare to march in International Women's Day Protest in Washington, D.C. on March 8, 2017. (Photo: E. Sarai / VOA)

A Biblical Answer for ‘A Day Without A Woman’

Perhaps you heard about the women’s strike that was called for on the 8th of March dubbed a Day Without A Woman. The stated purpose was to “act together for equity, justice and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people, through a one-day demonstration of economic solidarity” by “taking the day off, from paid and unpaid labor,avoiding shopping for one day (with exceptions for small, women- and minority-owned businesses).

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Freedom Caucus: Today’s Abolitionists

Freedom Caucus: Today’s Abolitionists

The Freedom Caucus members are today’s abolitionists. They see, rightly, how far America has drifted from its blueprint of freedom, and the grave consequences of this fiscally, morally and existentially.

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Healthcare Rights in American, Since When?

Healthcare Rights in American, Since When?

In order for government to provide what FDR’s second bill of rights guarantees, it must necessarily violate the real Bill of Rights by stealing the money it needs to make the phony guarantees. This is illegal because it is against what the Declaration of Independence refers to as “The Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.”

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Feb. 24 – Mar. 2

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Feb. 24 – Mar. 2

This week’s good, bad and ugly: dealing with illegal aliens, Republicans meddling in the free market, and Republicans spending $1 trillion more of your money on things not authorized by the U.S. Constitution. We don’t have a liberal and a conservative party anymore; we have a liberal party and a slightly less liberal party.

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Ending Public Housing at HUD

Ending Public Housing at HUD

So, with the idea of urban renewal and overall economic revival, just what can Ben Carson do to reform the current nation’s public housing? How about by eliminating it? Here’s a few ideas.

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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

The Need for Change at HHS

HHS, where Rep. Price is headed, has 72,000 employees and a budget of almost $1.1 trillion — $8,800 per every American household. It consumes one-quarter of the federal budget and is twice the size of the defense department, the second largest department in the federal government.

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