Post Tagged with: "Constitution"

Obama’s Transformation of America in 2015

Obama’s Transformation of America in 2015

2015 may be remembered as the year when the world finally was turned upside down with actions once deemed so bizarre that they would never even be considered becoming the norm, and the formerly accepted norm being shouted down by a mob that imposes its version of correctness.

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Midnight Executive Order Considered for Private Gun Sales

Midnight Executive Order Considered for Private Gun Sales

Presumably, it is private gun sales that Obama will be attempting to address in his executive order, although given the clear letter of the law, it is hard to see how he will actually get around the provisions that exclude occasional private gun sales from being considered “in the business” of selling firearms.

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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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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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Executive Orders: Where is the Obama Admin Getting its Authority?

Executive Orders: Where is the Obama Admin Getting its Authority?

The Declaration of Independence underlies the Constitution. It holds that the rights of the people come from God and that the powers of the government come from the people. This is, in fact, the reason that this government is at war with God and His people.

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No Room for Christ in Bethlehem

No Room for Christ in Bethlehem

Alliance Defending Freedom sent a letter Thursday to the town of Bethlehem after it removed a “Merry Christmas” sign from town property based on unfounded fears that it violates the U.S. Constitution. The letter explains that allowing the sign does not violate the Constitution or any other law.

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Yale Students Support Ending the First Amendment

Yale Students Support Ending the First Amendment

It sounds like an easy-to-throw-around, over-used cliche, but with students like this at a major Ivy League university (you know, where the leaders of tomorrow come from), we are REALLY in trouble as a free nation.

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Jesus in the NRA

When Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. encouraged students to be proficient in firearms, the left-wing gun-grabbers, Stockholm Syndrome-suffering Islamist sympathizers and well-meaning, though woefully misguided, “nicer-than-Jesus” Christians lost their collective noodle. Chief among them, and dog-paddling neck-deep in crocodile tears, was Hillary Clinton.

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Protect the Citizens or the Terrorist?

Protect the Citizens or the Terrorist?

By Grant Carson Last week, a terrorist couple slaughtered fourteen people and injured twenty-one others in San Bernardino, California. Shooter Tashfeen Malik, a Pakistani citizen and the wife of the other shooter Syed Farook, entered the United States with a K-1 visa which had an inaccurate address. Evidence shows that they both committed to “jihad” and “martyrdom” at least two years ago. Somehow our government didn’t discover this, and Malik was admitted into the U.S. and later given a green card. In observation of these facts, the vetting and admission process for immigrants is obviously broken. The Preamble to the Constitution states that “this Constitution” was established to “provide for the common defence [sic].” This “common” defense is for the citizens. With the current hostile political climate of the world, and with ISIS declaring war on the U.S. in 2012, and with terrorists invading countries posing as refugees, is admitting […]

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Constitution No Hindrance to ‘Watch List’ Gun Bans Says ACLU

Constitution No Hindrance to ‘Watch List’ Gun Bans Says ACLU

It may not stick up for your child’s right to pray over his or her lunch at the school cafeteria or jump to your defense if you want to put up a cross anywhere other than your basement bunker. But the ALCU sees no constitutional bar when it comes to banning guns for people on government watch lists.

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