Archive for March 31st, 2015

Do TSA’s Threat-Spotting Tips Threaten The Fourth Amendment?

Do TSA’s Threat-Spotting Tips Threaten The Fourth Amendment?

The TSA has kept its Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques, or SPOT, checklist out of the public eye for quite a while, but on Friday The Intercept published the 92-point checklist after a disgruntled TSA source divulged it.

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Out, Outraged…and Out-of-Line: The Homosexual Assault on Freedom

Out, Outraged…and Out-of-Line: The Homosexual Assault on Freedom

The homosexuals’ willingness…nay, their eagerness…to deprive other people of their rights and freedoms by their deliberate misuse of “equality” or “rights,” etc., reveals the true nature of this conflict. They have discarded thousands of years of human history, which has always deemed homosexual behavior as outside the norm, if not deviant.

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Left’s Mass Hysteria and Lies about Indiana’s RFRA

Left’s Mass Hysteria and Lies about Indiana’s RFRA

If all you had to go on was the reaction of God-hating sodomite activists and their fellow travelers, you might think nothing like Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) has ever happened before in our entire history. Of course, you would be wrong. We’ve had a federal RFRA in place since President Clinton signed it into law back in ’93, with the backing of an almost unanimous Congress, and half the states have identical laws on their books, as well. So, why is the radical Left throwing this massive hissy fit over the law in Indiana?

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Painting of the prayer led by Rev. Jacob Duché at the first congress

So Sure of Our Errant Protests

How did one of our three branches of governing come down against what was so engrained within our American fabric? This wasn’t a judicial ruling of any worth, let alone of any constitutional value. It was, in fact, an intentional assault upon the religious freedoms and beliefs of the majority.

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Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough

According to a new report from the Government Accountability Office, the federal government has subsidized the world’s largest abortion provider to the tune of $1.5 billion over the last three years. Had a group of pro-life congresspersons not requested this data, the American people would likely still be ignorant of the extent to which their tax dollars are being used to fund a practice that many believe to be morally abhorrent.

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Bill Clinton Supported Religious Freedom

Bill Clinton Supported Religious Freedom

Let us never believe that the freedom of religion imposes on any of us some responsibility to run from our convictions. Let us instead respect one another’s faiths, fight to the death to preserve the right of every American to practice whatever convictions he or she has, but bring our values back to the table of American discourse to heal our troubled land.

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Indiana: War on Christian Values Out in the Open

Indiana: War on Christian Values Out in the Open

Indiana is now the crossroads of the war against morality, freedom and Christian values in the public square. As Indiana passes a bill to protect religious freedom in the face of multiple attacks on it across our nation-like the U.S. Congress and a Democrat President did some 20 years ago, and many states have done since then-homosexual activists are coming out of the woodwork to demonize religious liberty.

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Accusing God of Bigotry, Hate Speech, And Child Abuse

Accusing God of Bigotry, Hate Speech, And Child Abuse

As secular controls increase and open hostility toward Christianity advances, our freedom to faithfully teach and practice our beliefs will continue to fall prey to greater obstructions and outright interference by a liberal political machine intent on dismantling our Judeo-Christian foundation. We are seeing plenty of evidence of this in our current day. Anyone who dares to declare (no matter how compassionate the approach) a belief that runs counter to the liberal social agenda, better be prepared to face the wrath of the social progressives.

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