Post Tagged with: “Constitution”

Stop Forcing People to Participate in Immorality

Stop Forcing People to Participate in Immorality

The passage of the Affordable Care Act — aka Obamacare — in 2010 launched the tea party movement and planted seeds of resentment toward the Washington establishment that rages across the nation today. And there’s no better of example of why this movement of outrage has grown and accelerated than the case — Zubik v. Burwell— now before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Christ is Immutable and the Government is Upon His Shoulders

Christ is Immutable and the Government is Upon His Shoulders

This week I had the opportunity to speak with two very different audiences. The first was in Annapolis where I testified before the House Judiciary Committee on the subject of our God-given right to carry firearms which is denied by our State “government.” I pointed out to them aspects of the Maryland State Constitution which require them, by the oath they have taken before Almighty God, to pass legislation that secures our right to carry.

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Rev Jacob Duché leading in prayer at the first Continental Congress, 1774

South Dakota AG Responds to ACLU Attack on Religious Freedom

On March 16, 2016, the South Dakota Attorney General held a community meeting inviting the press and the community in order to provide an update on the death and financial investigation into the Gear Up program. Prior to beginning the meeting, a pastor opened with a general prayer. The ACLU has characterized the prayer as a constitutional violation.

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Cruz Nails the Current Problem With American Government

Cruz Nails the Current Problem With American Government

This clip from last night’s GOP presidential debate encapsulates marvelously the behavior of modern American government that is strangling this once-great nation, and highlights what sets Senator Ted Cruz head-and-shoulders apart from every other candidate in the race.

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A Government of Fallible Men to Rule Fallible Men

A Government of Fallible Men to Rule Fallible Men

In America today, a debate rages concerning the legitimate role of government. Currently the federal government is controlled by a group of politicians who consider themselves the ideological descendants of the Progressive Movement.

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Alabama’s Full Faith and Credit in Law, not Obergefell

Alabama’s Full Faith and Credit in Law, not Obergefell

While the press and V.L. are making the argument this recent case is about a rejection of the full faith and credit clause, it is not! This goes back to the SCOTUS opinion of Obergefell not being based on legal reasoning, history, tradition, the Court’s own rules, or the rule of law, but upon the empathetic feelings of the “five lawyers” in the majority.

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Ted Cruz Will Not Compromise on Liberty

Ted Cruz Will Not Compromise on Liberty

This was one of the most important questions and answers of the evening, answered by Senator Ted Cruz on religious liberty, and liberty and the Constitution in general.

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Apple, the FBI, and a New Slavery

Apple, the FBI, and a New Slavery

Apple has committed no crime and lets be unmistakably clear, they have no software that can break the encryption system. For Government to compel Apple to invent and then build something that does not exist is claiming they not only own their labor, but also their intellect.

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The Constitution Authorizes No Government Charity

The Constitution Authorizes No Government Charity

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, as of November of 2015, there were nearly 45,500,000 Americans on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Incredibly, when compared to the estimated U.S. population in November of 2015, that number leaves almost one in every seven Americans on food stamps!

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GOP Senate Faced Defining Test Over SCOTUS Vacancy

GOP Senate Faced Defining Test Over SCOTUS Vacancy

The current U.S. Supreme Court vacancy could very well be the Senate GOP majority’s defining moment. Will it step up, or back down? Time will tell, but its impact on how the Constitution is interpreted by the next Supreme Court Justice could last for a generation or more.

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