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Ted Cruz: The Constitution Wins

Ted Cruz: The Constitution Wins

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), the most conservative presidential candidate for 2016, was recently interviewed by Hispanic TV channel Univision on a variety of subjects including the recent U.S. Supreme court opinion on counterfeit marriage. The interview turned out to be a great opportunity to inform the Hispanic community about the U.S. Constitution and conservative values.

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What Couldn’t Happen: Pushing for Polygamy

What Couldn’t Happen: Pushing for Polygamy

Gay activists weren’t the only ones celebrating after last Friday’s marriage ruling. Polygamists popped the cork on a little champagne of their own, as they wait their turn for nationwide acceptance under the court’s elastic definition of marriage. Like us, they knew that once the courts redefined marriage, Americans would have a legal foundation for almost any arrangement between consenting adults — a fact that polygamists are already testing.

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Pro-Homosexual Tyranny: Quashing Free Speech, Too

Pro-Homosexual Tyranny: Quashing Free Speech, Too

In the People’s Republic of Oregon, it wasn’t enough for homosexual tyrants and their “useful idiots” in government to run a Christian family out of business. It wasn’t even enough to fine them $135,000 for exercising their religious freedom. It still wasn’t even enough for homosexual tyrants to deny them the opportunity to receive financial assistance from those who support them.

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Quote of the Day: Even if Government Tells a Lie…

Quote of the Day: Even if Government Tells a Lie…

Today’s quote of the Day comes from an article by Jim DeMint and Ryan T. Anderson of the Heritage Foundation entitled “What Do We Do Now?” after the U.S. Supreme Court majority last week showed pure contempt toward (a) the U.S. Constitution, (b) the rule of law, and (c) God Himself, with its unconstitutional ObamaCare and counterfeit marriage opinions.

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The United States Supreme Court, the highest court in the United States, in 2010. Top row (left to right): Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer, Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito, and Associate Justice Elena Kagan. Bottom row (left to right): Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy, and Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Photo credit: Steve Petteway

The ‘Magnificent Nine’ Provide a Litmus Test for all the 2016 Presidential Candidates

Only a few Republican presidential candidates have stated they will support an amendment to protect marriage from the tyrants in the Supreme Court. Only one of those has already proposed an amendment: Senator Ted Cruz.

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Fewer traditional values means more government

Fewer traditional values means more government

It should be clear that the real thought leaders of America are in Hollywood, and that our Supreme Court, save three conservatives, is just a ship that rides the wave of public opinion.

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Are Homosexual Unions Valid?

Are Homosexual Unions Valid?

We must understand the Supreme Court is not a law-making body like Congress; they are referees who apply the rules, the law. Just as a referee’s opinion of the rules in a game has no bearing on the rules themselves, so the opinion of 5 Justices on marriage has no bearing on the legal definition of marriage.

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How Churches Can Defend from Homosexual Tyranny

How Churches Can Defend from Homosexual Tyranny

In the wake of Friday’s Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage across the nation, American Family Association (AFA, www.afa.net) is encouraging churches to take specific action steps to protect their religious liberties.

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For American Christians, Hope Amidst the Tide of Evil

For American Christians, Hope Amidst the Tide of Evil

As every pastor worth his calling would have done yesterday, two days after the supreme insult to the Creator rendered by five black-robed tyrants against His institution of marriage, my pastor spoke not only of America and all we have to be thankful for (yes, Independence Day is coming up later this week, and despite the best efforts of the Left to turn it into a lawless hellhole, it remains, for now, the best nation on earth), but also of this miscarriage of law and morality.

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‘Counterfeit Marriage’ Ruling: Evil with a Silver Lining

‘Counterfeit Marriage’ Ruling: Evil with a Silver Lining

Let me be clear. You will never silence us, and we Christians don’t need liberty crumbs tossed down from some temporal bench on high. Christians, faithful Christians (as opposed to the apostate variety), will not, indeed cannot, have anything whatsoever to do with the wickedness that is “gay marriage,” and we will disobey any man-made law or ruling that presumes to make us do otherwise.

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