Here is the price of freedom and an answer to tyranny

Can you explain America?

Picture this: You’re going to be meeting with George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. They want to know what has happened to America. What will you say?

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The gavel: a symbol of judgment. Will same-sex marriage still fall before it?

Child removal for money?

Friends of the family of Kayla and Hannah Diegel informed CNAV yesterday of a strange, and shocking, judicial policy in Maricopa County, Arizona. Melissa Diegel and (until recently) her daughters live in More »

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.

Same-sex marriage: new block?

Earlier this month, the U.S. Supreme Court let stand without comment several rulings by different Circuit Courts of Appeals. Result: same-sex marriage now is the law in up to 33 States. Everyone, More »

Ballot box. The Texas voter ID law will stop people from stuffing this.

Voter fraud by mail

CNAV has exposed voter fraud by stand-in (the Texas Voter ID Law should check this) and voter fraud in the voting machine. Now James O’Keefe exposes the latest voter fraud gambit: by More »

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.

Thank you, Houston

Recently the town council of Houston added its name to a long list of constitutional bullies. It recently attempted to infringe upon its citizens 1st Amendment rights by conducting a witch hunt More »

Ballot box. The Texas voter ID law will stop people from stuffing this.

Voter fraud with the machine

The news rings with tales of the most obvious kind of voter fraud: registering to vote when the law does not allow it, or standing in for a registered voter who has More »

Ballot box. The Texas voter ID law will stop people from stuffing this.

Texas voter ID law in effect

This fall, the Texas Voter ID law will take full force and effect. The Supreme Court voted, six to two, not to stop it. The usual suspects complained about it. They suggested More »

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.

Satan’s 1st Amendment twist

Our Founders’ experience with a government that had exceeded its logical, moral, and spiritual authority greatly influenced the Constitution they would eventually design. In our Declaration of Independence they expressed their reasons More »

Lab rat. Why do we treat wards of the state like this?

Genetic research abuse?

Herr Doktor Mengele, rufen Sie Ihren Anwalt! Jemand plagiieren Ihre Ideen. No, we’re not trying to invoke Josef Mengele from beyond the grave. But if he ever worried about scientific plagiarism against More »

Julius Caesar said if you offer bread and entertainment, you can do anything.

Rome v. America: when nations die

It is said that those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. While listening to the details about Congress’ latest financial deal, along with all the hype regarding the More »

Gender neutral or neutering?

Common Core puts a worm into this apple.
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Yesterday the campaign for gender neutral language and gender neutral everything breached another bastion of gender distinction. The Board of Education in Lincoln, Nebraska, issued “guidelines” for all teachers to follow when addressing their pupils. The guidelines told teachers not to address their pupils as “boys and girls” or “you guys” or even “ladies and gentlemen.” Instead they must select a gender neutral common name. Among the suggestions: “purple penguins.”

Ebola: inadequate response

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The Obama administration did not stop Ebola from reaching American shores. Now it is not doing what it should to stop Ebola from spreading more widely. One class of citizens took matters into their own hands last night. All Americans must now do the same.

America’s poison of choice

Common core has a lot of dity money behind it and distorts rather than teaches.
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“Choice” may be an odd word to use when discussing America’s educational decline, since lack of parental initiative to exercise choice in education is a large contributing factor. Still, by not choosing to choose something other than government-run education, an overwhelming majority of American parents have chosen to condemn their children to the poison of an academic life of mediocrity and substandard quality. It is understandable that many parents may not have options other than government-run education available to them, but they certainly can and should make their objections to an unproductive curriculum known. Many do not do this because either they do not know or care about what is going on in the classroom or they simply trust that the government knows what it is doing. In either case, they have chosen poorly. By trusting government to run education efficiently and increase its quality, Americans have trusted government to do two things it has never done: run something efficiently and fix the problems it created.

NPR propagandist ruse

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NPR’s political position is heard by many, and its audience is led to sympathize with the Islamic enemies of civilization.  Our very future is in upheaval and I challenge NPR’s motives, ethics, and sense of responsibility.

Trust government? Why?

In God we trust, not in government
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Most people in America don’t trust their government. And most people haven’t trusted their government since shortly after the Manhattan Incident (September 11, 2001). The Democratic Party might have thought Barack Obama could restore that trust. He has not, and has only made it worse.

Demilitarizing local police

OTher than police, what should governemnt do for people?
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A welcome trend has started in small-town and small-county police departments. They are giving back that surplus military hardware they got under the 1033 program. Many have found out it costs them to keep that hardware up, and plenty. But local citizens now also realize when their police get military gear, they become soldiers, not law enforcers. And that threatens their liberties.

Creation ex nihilo – waters

How old is this planet? Creation gives one answer, evolution another.
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GENESIS 1:2

…and darkness was on the face of the deep…

Verse 2 goes on to say, “and darkness was on the face of the deep.” This was the primordial state either before God intervened or immediately after He intervened. It is possible that His presence alone created the physical conditions we are about to describe and it is also possible that this was the environment that existed prior to His presence on the scene. The assumption being made in this writing is that verse 2 is telling us about the environment that existed when God intervened. If you are an Evolutionist, this is the state that would have existed prior to the Big Bang. It should be noted that the Big Bang, which really is a misnomer since the theory is about expansion and not explosion, occurs on Day Two and will be discussed subsequently in another work – God willing.

Ebola: distraction or weapon?

Ebola
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Ebola has arrived in the United States. This arrival challenges the philosophical foundations of Progressivism and libertarianism. It also challenges the public policies of the last century. More to the point, Obama has blundered badly in the Ebola crisis. Or has he? More to the point: how can you handle it?

Why Obama needs protection

Obama addresses the uniformed division of the Secret Service in front of the South Portico of the White House. Photo courtesy Pete Souza/The White House
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One would think with all of the admiration Barack Hussein Obama has from the American people (so the state-run media would have you believe) the least thing he would need would be more protection from the people he is reportedly serving. Yet, it was recently reported that he is building a wall around the White House at taxpayer expense to insulate himself from them.

Who’s in control?

Constitution Day meme. Can Liberty Amendments serve that purpose?
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In spite of America’s greatness, many people today feel less free and don’t believe elected officials represent them. The federal government seems like a foreign country, filled with pompous officials. State-by-state heterogeneity makes the United States unique and complex. That’s a good thing. Many believe our states are America’s most important legacy. But what are the odds one federal law will be best for people in the Northwest and Southeast? Priorities vary from region to region. Our country has grown too large and distinct for one set of policies. The federal government fails because it has gotten so big and centralized its members cannot adequately represent people who elect them.