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The Larceny Is Larger than You Think!

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Government larceny has been going on a long time. The Houston subpoena of sermons was only the latest outrage. Last week the mayor of Houston enraged many Christians when the city subpoenaed the sermons of some Houston area pastors. This

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Supreme Court Destroys Trial by Jury

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Trial by jury means that, whether you are really guilty or not, if the jury acquits you, then you are acquitted. Once the jury has spoken, no other authority can punish you for that accusation. But it doesn’t mean that.

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Satanic Group Wants Display in Florida Capitol

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The anti-Christians are at it again. A group calling itself the Satanic Temple wants to put up a “holidays” display in the Florida State Capitol, after a similar display was rejected last year. Helping to push the effort is Americans

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Multiculturalism: Good or Bad for America?

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How is this multiculturalism working out for our culture? In 2008, during Obama’s first national campaign, Barack Obama is on record saying that America is not a Christian Nation. “Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation

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The People's Grand Jury

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According to the Supreme Court, the people’s grand jury is in effect a fourth branch of government. The preamble to the US Constitution begins with “We The People, in order to form a more perfect union…”.  For the first time

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Ebola Is Not a Reason for Increased Centralized Power

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The spread of the disease might be halted by increased centralized power, but it also might be spread faster. The assumptions in this USA Today story are rather obvious: As Thomas Eric Duncan’s family mourns the USA’s first Ebola death

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Open Letter to Speaker Boehner on Obama’s Lawlessness... and His Own

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While Speaker Boehner condemns Barack Obama, perhaps he needs to look in the mirror. President Obama’s plan to import #Gitmo terrorists to the U.S. is another example of admin’s legacy of lawlessness http://t.co/MqkOJB1gg3 — Speaker John Boehner (@SpeakerBoehner) October 10,

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FDR’s Second “Bill of Rights”

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This is, perhaps, the most remembered phrase attributed to the cartoon character Pogo in a syndicated cartoon strip of the same name.  Pogo was the invention of cartoonist Walt Kelly and first appeared 66 years” We Have Met the Enemy,

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Supreme Court Homosexual Marriage Decision Is Unconstitutional

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By allowing the usurpations of lower courts to overrule the states, the Supreme Court homosexual marriage decision imposes an impossible interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment. When Courts overrule the overwhelming will of the People we should be afraid. Even if

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You Say You Want a Revolution

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People may want a revolution but they are deceived; it already happened. Do you remember that old Beatles song?  In fact, they had an entire album by that name. You say you want a revolution. Well, you know we all

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Three Years in Prison Without a Trial

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In United States law, no one is supposed to go to prison without a trial. Supposedly, the only reason to hold people is if they are a “flight risk.” No one is supposed to be punished with prison time until

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These Are the Times that Try Men's Souls

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“A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right…” So wrote Thomas Paine in a pamphlet called Common Sense, which caused quite a stir back in 1775. It is widely believed that Thomas

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