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Patriotism, Subversion and the National Defense Authorization Act

“Men in authority will always think that criticism of their policies is dangerous. They will always equate their policies with patriotism, and find criticism subversive.”- Henry Steele Commager Let’s be dangerous and subversive to tyranny as it shows its ugly … Continue reading

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Hegel and Healthcare – Is this all the Religious Leaders got?

Good old Dictator-in-Chief Barack Hussein Obama is “curiously” scratching his head, perhaps asking his boss, George Soros whether or not he should go forward with a proposed regulation under the health care law he signed last year that would force Catholic … Continue reading

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What political agenda will save our nation’s problems?

by Jake MacAulay, posted Oct. 29th, 2011 “No King but King Jesus!” On April 18, 1775, John Adams and John Hancock were at the home of Reverend Clarke. British General Gage was pleading with the colonists to lay down their … Continue reading

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What criteria should a Christian use when he votes?

by Jake MacAulay, posted Oct. 29th, 2011 Remember to not give your suffrage (vote) to the ungodly (II Chronicles 19:2). Jehoshaphat, a righteous King in Judah, was reproved by God for this very thing. Here’s what was said to the … Continue reading

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Is there a form of government that the Bible endorses?

by Jake MacAulay, posted Oct. 29th, 2011 The Bible acknowledges many types of governments. For example, 1 Peter 2:13-14 says, “Submit yourselves to every ordinance of man for the Lord’s sake: whether it be to the king, as supreme; Or … Continue reading

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Constitution Class Graduation

The classes on the Constitution have really been eye opening for me. I am 84 years old, and didn’t pay much attention in high school civics class, or in 66 years since then, to governmental things. Now, I realize our … Continue reading

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Conversation with a Confused Individual regarding the picture “Hi Mom! I’m an Atheist”

You can follow the conversation I had with a confused individual named Will, after I made a comment on a Wall photo you see in this post.  My comments start with Jake – his start with Will – Jake – … Continue reading

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Why is Social Security Failing?

I ponder the astounding bureaucracy of the Federal Government, and today in particular the Social Security Administration.  Bureaucracy develops, as Washington observed, “whenever one person is found adequate for the discharge of a duty…it is worse executed by two persons, and … Continue reading

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OBAMA SENDS HIS LOVE TO THE COLLEGE KIDS: “IF YOU LOVE ME, YOU‘VE GOT TO HELP ME PASS THIS BILL”

  President Barack Obama waves as he speaks at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, N.C., Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011, where he spoke about the American Jobs Act. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome) “I love you Barack!” A student shouted out at … Continue reading

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What inspired the US Declaration & Constitution?

Two Law Professors Donald S. Lutz and Charles S. Hyneman: Reviewed estimated 15,000 items Closely read 2,200 books, pamphlets, newspaper articles, and monographs All contained explicit political content printed between 1760 to 1805 Reduced it to 916 items (1/3 of … Continue reading

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