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Mr. Obamaís Brand of ďChristianity

Michael Youssef,   For twenty years, Mr. Obama drank from a particular brand of religion—Liberal Christianity. To be sure, most Bible-believing Christians would not consider that brand to be Christianity at all. But liberal Christians would consider their brand to actually be the enlightened one. Over time, Liberal Christianity has developed a humanistic understanding of what […] Continue reading ‚Üí

Wow: Bipartisan Bill Introduced to ďOutlaw

 The Tenth Amendment Center’s model for “nullifying” unconstitutional federal laws and overreaching agencies is becoming more appealing to states by the day. In short, the Supreme Court has ruled that the feds cannot compel a state to enforce the feds’ laws. States do not have to use their resources (personnel, funds) to help the federal […] Continue reading ‚Üí

Proof Nancy Pelosi Should Be Committed

by Dave Jolly,  From the earliest days of the introduction of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has been praising it as the greatest thing since sliced bread.  No matter how many problems or how much it raises the cost of healthcare for millions of Americans she continues to sing […] Continue reading ‚Üí

Education: Is Common Core good for kids and teachers? Part 5

Chuck Norris shares shocking revelations about new education standardsRead more at by Chuck Norris, Common Core State Standard, CCSS, advocates love to point out how 45 states and the District of Columbia have voluntarily adopted this new national public school regimen. What they’re not telling you, however, is how federal and state funds were […] Continue reading ‚Üí

Celebrating the Declaration of Independence

By Brian Vanyo On September 3, 1783, the Treaty of Paris officially ended the American Revolutionary War. Against all odds, the makeshift American militia, having endured 8 years of fighting, defeated the world‚Äôs strongest military to bring independence to the American people at last.  Despite this great achievement, we observe Independence Day not on the […] Continue reading ‚Üí

Jackie Gingrich Cushman: Red, White and You

This week we celebrate the Fourth of July, the day that our founders declared their independence from Great Britain. This declaration action came after a long history of imposition by King George III. While it might seem as though this is ancient history, there are applicable lessons to remember today. “We hold these truths to […] Continue reading ‚Üí

The Deception of Perfection

    The American republic since its inception has been a shining exemplar of success.  The nation ascended from fledgling British colony to the sole superpower in the world.  It built an economy that generated unparalleled wealth, liberated millions from oppression by wielding the might of its magnificent military, and attracted a diverse and vibrant […] Continue reading ‚Üí