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Franklin Graham, Wouldn’t a Second Political Party be Nice?

Franklin Graham, Wouldn’t a Second Political Party be Nice?

Webster defines bipartisan as “cooperation and agreement between two major political parties”. It seems to me that from a legal, constitutional standpoint, the major parties cooperate and agree on, well…everything.

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Donald Trump (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Has Conservative Media Already Chosen their Candidate?

In 2008 and 2012 it was said that the MSM had latched on to their liberal favorite so much that it seemed they were part of the Obama administration. They were the arm of Obama’s policy and the extension of the Obama White House. It was an argument that was hard to counter.

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From Lesbian to New Life

From Lesbian to New Life

Emily Satterfield doesn’t exist, at least according to homosexual activists. You see, Emily used to be a homosexual, but now she does not behave that way. Homosexual activists don’t just want people to believe that homosexuals can’t change, most insist vociferously that people cannot stop behaving in a homosexual manner.

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Religious Freedom: The Greatest Gift of Christmas

Religious Freedom: The Greatest Gift of Christmas

Last Tuesday, Kentucky’s new governor, Matt Bevin, issued an executive order that eliminates the names of all county clerks from marriage licenses and protects the unalienable constitutional rights and religious freedoms of Kim Davis and all other clerks in Kentucky.

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Christmas: The Crux of God’s Redemption of Creation

Christmas: The Crux of God’s Redemption of Creation

Christmas is a wonderful holiday about a sweet baby in a manger, about love, about family, and all the warm things with which we associate Christmas. But it is about so much more…and some of it is not so pleasant to think on. But we MUST grapple with these things, if we are to really enjoy the peace of Christmas.

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Freddie Gray and The Price of Rebellion Against God

Freddie Gray and The Price of Rebellion Against God

We know what it looks like when individuals rebel against the Law of God - it results in a condition where neither your property, nor your liberty and not even your life are secure from robbery, kidnapping and murder. And one of the contributing factors to a society where God’s Law is rejected by the people is when the leaders themselves reject God’s Law.

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The Shadow of Christmas on Politics

The Shadow of Christmas on Politics

The birth of Jesus Christ is the most significant political event in the history of the universe. Why? Because liberty does not and cannot exist absent the acknowledgement of the Almighty, Omniscient, Living and Everlasting God of the Bible whose Son is Jesus Christ.

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Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)

Ted Cruz: Return of the Founders Spirit

Ted Cruz comes to us today in the purpose and mission as one of our founding fathers. He is a bit of Washington, Lincoln and Madison all rolled together, and perhaps a bit of Reagan or JFK can be detected as well.

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Super Prez and the Global Warming Worriers

Super Prez and the Global Warming Worriers

An eighteen trillion dollar debt, the Obamacare nightmare, foreign policy failures galore, and the all new faux racism problem can be added to the worst moral decline in America’s history; all under the auspices of the Obama administration.

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The Dilemma of Joseph and Christmas

The Dilemma of Joseph and Christmas

Joseph found himself in an extremely difficult circumstance, which called upon him to exercise uncommon faith in God and specific obedience to the commands God gave him. All of this in the midst of a world where tyranny made life very difficult for every one and a social context which made what God called him to do mean certain censure from all his family and friends.

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