The Fallacy of Separation of Church and State

The Founding Fathers believed that government’s role in religion should be limited.  We cannot discount that the First Amendment begins, “Congress shall make no law” either establishing a state religion or prohibiting the free exercise of religion.  Rather than articulate an affirmative responsibility for government to protect religion, the Founding …

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Tim Gill A Mega Rich Democrat Reveals Sick Plot To Punish Christians In The South

Conservatives and liberals have been at odds on some issues, but none more prominent than policies supporting the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) community. Tim Gill, a Democrat with deep pockets, has been fighting for members of the LGBTQ for decades. He recently revealed a disturbing plan to “punish the …

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The IRS is rehiring employees who falsified documents and had unauthorized access to information

The Internal Revenue Service rehired employees who were previously involved in agency misconduct such as falsifying documents or having unauthorized access to sensitive taxpayer information, according to an audit from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. Considering that identify theft is a major concern, auditors wanted to inspect the agency to …

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Reviving American Christianity

It is an understatement to say that America is divided. One well-known expert in American history, David Barton, says the state of the country today feels like 1856, five years before the start of the Civil War. Calls for calm and civility go unheeded by Democrats and their supporters, who …

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Restoring American Nationalism

The end of WWII was the beginning of a globalist trajectory hidden behind the mask of “multilateralism.” With the power of disturbing hindsight, we can see that the creation of the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank in the mid-1940s were opening salvos in a war …

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Church, Not State, Is the Answer

Religious institutions should not ask the state to solve problems we have the capacity to address ourselves. Yet, in every city across this country there is a need that faith-based leaders talk about from the pulpit and then expect government to answer. In doing so we are shirking our responsibilities …

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