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“There is no liberty without law (Lev. 25:10), and God’s law is the perfect law of liberty (James 1:25).” -Tim Brown Comedian Bill Engvall‘s famous line for people that say stupid things is “Here’s your sign.” Well, there are some seriously stupid things people say when you bring up Biblical

How many times have liberal leftists tried to cram “separation of church and state” down the throats of Christians in order to serve their agenda? It is more times than can be counted. But, it’s always a street running in one direction and directed at Christianity — no Christianity in

To paraphrase Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., I see things as they should be, and say why not? A little noticed facet of the debate over the incarceration of Kim Davis is that the Constitution itself forbids the federal judiciary from interfering with her duties in any way. The Constitution itself

In this short video, Michael Peroutka clearly and concisely exposes the issues involved in the Kim Davis case.

On Thursday, a federal judge, who has no jurisdiction in the matter of Kentucky law regarding marriage, ordered Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis to be jailed for contempt of court for refusing to issue marriage licenses to sodomites. RT reports: The Kentucky county clerk citing religious reasons for refusing to

When Mario Meza-Rodriguez was five years old, his parents brought him into the United States illegally. By the time he was an adult, he managed to get in trouble with the police after getting into a bar fight two years ago. When the police arrested him, they discovered a .22

“A long habit of not thinking a thing to be wrong gives it a superficial appearance of being right.” So wrote Thomas Paine in his famous work “Common Sense” in 1774. The same thing is true of something that is unconstitutional – that is – unlawful. A long habit of

A devilish plot is afoot to impose new national taxes on the American People. It is a masterful piece of trickery because the authorization for the new national taxes is buried within Compact for America’s version of a balanced budget amendment to the US Constitution. Furthermore, the balanced budget amendment

At the common law, Husband and wife were “one” and The Man was The One. The legal name of this concept is “coverture”. Married women weren’t separate legal entities in their own right. Their legal identity was subsumed under their Husband’s. Married women weren’t “citizens” in their own right. Vattel and

Rita Dunaway, staff counsel for the Convention of States Project (COS), wrote an article title Five Myths about Article Five, which turns the Constitution on its ear. Ironically, her article challenges five premises that are true, while invoking at least 9 myths of her own. In fact, the very name