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Outlawing Repentance at the Supreme Court

Outlawing Repentance at the Supreme Court

When a culture not only promotes sodomy, but then prevents those affected with and by that terrible plague from finding the gift of repentance, I believe that culture is ripe for God’s judgment. So the damage done by the tragic abuse of a child is further compounded by refusing him the help he could be given if he wants the gift of repentance

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Neil Gorsuch from SCOTUS  hearings (CSPAN)

Obergefell and Roe: America’s Statutes of Omri

Looking closely at the answers given by Neil Gorsuch to the senators and congressmen conducting the confirmation hearings have sent up red flags for all those hoping that Gorsuch will be the hero who halts abortions and reels in the excesses of the LBGT, namely Obergefell.

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Common Sense Thinking

Common Sense Thinking

The February 1st headline announced, “Democrats force delays in votes on 3 nominees.” Is it just me or is this meant to generate a round of applause? I mean, great, let’s clog up our governing. Such negative remarks would never command the media’s ink four or eights years ago. The headlines congratulating these delay, debunk and discrediting tactics are engendered solely upon our citizen President.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Mar. 17-23

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Mar. 17-23

This week, we learned that President Donald Trump’s “conservative” “pro-life” judicial nominee believes the “right” to murder your own child in the womb is “the law of the land,” and so is the “right” to counterfeit marriage, and that illegal aliens are “undocumented immigrants.” If that’s “conservative” and “pro-life,” then I guess I’m not a conservative.

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orma McCorvey (Jane Roe) and her lawyer Gloria Allred on the steps of the Supreme Court, 1989 (Photo credit: Lorie Shaull)

Roe Versus Wade is Based Off Lies: Roe Admitted It, the Bible Confirmed It

Her name was not Roe, she was Norma McCorvey. She gave birth to the “Roe” baby in June 1970 almost three years before the Supreme Court opinion was written. What did Norma do after giving birth she gave her daughter to a loving adoptive family. She chose life.

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What Judge Has NO Lawmaking Authority?

What Judge Has NO Lawmaking Authority?

Following up on my column from two weeks ago where I explained the constitutionality of banning refugees that both presidents Obama and Trump initiated, I chose this week to ask the question, “What judge has no lawmaking authority?” The answer, of course, is any federal judge in these United States of America.

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Norma McCorvey

Jane Roe, In Memoriam

I first met Norma McCorvey some 20 years ago, soon after her Christian conversion. That conversion set her against the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, which legalized abortion, and in which she was the plaintiff.

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Neil Gorsuch Should Have an Up or Down Vote

Neil Gorsuch Should Have an Up or Down Vote

The nation is divided. The Senate Democrats have proven a willingness to play hardball to win no matter the cost over the past four years. The Supreme Court confirmation decision may prove to be the most significant Senate battle in more than 200 years, because in the end, the entire way the Senate functions may be changed forever.

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Judge Neil Gorsuch (Source: United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit)

Trump SCOTUS Nominee Gorsuch Looking Good

Based on what I’ve been able to learn after a couple of weeks looking at Neil Gorsuch, he’s looking like a pretty good pick for the U.S. Supreme Court. It would have been better to see a nominee that we know we can trust not to urinate on the U.S. Constitution, say Senators Ted Cruz or Mike Lee, but since we aren’t going to get a nominee we know without a doubt we can rely on, Gorsuch appears to be the best choice available.

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Sanctity of Life Sunday Should Be Every Day Because the Supreme Court Can Be Ignored

Sanctity of Life Sunday Should Be Every Day Because the Supreme Court Can Be Ignored

Article 1, Section 1 of the U. S. Constitution states that ALL legislative authority rests with Congress. The Supreme Court, as part of the Judicial branch, does not make law, but merely rules on their opinions. Those opinions are relative ONLY to the parties involved, not to the nation.

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