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Teacher Tells Girl Bible Quotes Banned From School


Freedom of expression. It’s not a difficult concept. Basically, every human being has the right to speak his mind without fear of government punishment or penalty. Accepted, reasonable restrictions on speech are generally very loose, like no yelling “fire” in

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Federal Regulations: Multiple Lawmakers cost $1.88 Trillion


We have essentially many independent lawmakers all burdening the nation with more laws at once—also called Federal regulations. The truth is that $1.88 trillion is probably lower than the real amount that we have lost. It is impossible to know

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TSA Spits on Congress… because They Know They Can


The acting administrator of the TSA refuses Congressional request to answer questions about security problems. We don’t elect the head of the TSA or any other Federal Agency or Department. They don’t run for office. No one campaigns to get

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Baltimore, Black, White and Central Power

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Recently Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced that the Justice Department will investigate the Baltimore Police Department, an investigation that City Executive, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake of Baltimore requested.  So it seems she is calling for an examination into her own failings?

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DHS Ignored Judge's Order and Granted Amnesty to Illegal Immigrants


It seems that an executive order for amnesty trumps a judge’s ruling on the Constitution. From the Washington Times: “DHS broke judge’s order, approved amnesty applications despite injunction.” President Obama’s lawyers admitted to a federal judge late Thursday that they

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A Court Decision is No Law at All


“All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void.”  – Marbury v Madison 1803. Repugnant – distasteful, offensive, disgusting.  Contradictory, incompatible, inconsistent. Null – without value, effect, consequence, or significance. Void –  having no legal force or

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Why do Kids Repel God?

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Perhaps because “education” was designed to repel God. Just last week at the Supreme Court building in Washington D.C., I had the opportunity to speak to a small group of students who were on a field trip to the nation’s

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House Votes Down D.C. Pro-Abortion 'Discrimination' Law


Lawmakers in the House got up the nerve to strike down a law that pro-abortion groups want very badly. The law in question is the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Amendment Act, and as you can figure from the euphemistic title, it’s

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With NSA, Sometimes You Have to Cheer a Democrat Congressman!

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A Democrat congressman defends the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution against the surveillance state I confess, I began reading the Congressman’s statement before I knew who he was. Suddenly I panicked and thought to myself, “Oh, I hope this guy

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Are Youth in America becoming Un-American?

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Youth in America are the key to the future. Thus, they are the main target of secularists. On my travels throughout this great nation, I have the privilege to speak to youth in public or private schools and occasionally churches. 

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The Ruse Behind the Curtain: Evolution

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Only a few generations ago, Americans were anchored in concrete ethics, felt the need to instruct their posterity in biblical morality, and understood the value of the founding fathers’ labors. Lamentably, our culture’s values and system of thought have drastically

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WH Spokesman Sneers at Senate Authority

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The Constitution gives the Senate authority to ratify treaties or not, no matter what Climate-Change-believers think. Arthur Milikh has written a revealing piece at the Daily Signal: “What the Left’s Moments of Condescension Reveal.” Sometimes the left unwittingly throws gems

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