A symbol of liberty

Choosing bondage

The biblical account of the Exodus contains some very interesting protests from people who had been in bondage for over 400 years. After being delivered from pharaoh’s whips and witnessing incredible miracles, More »

A Christian symbol given over to Muslims?

Christians, do you not care?

To those of you who read this blog, it’s no revelation that militant Muslims around the world are out to kill or convert Christians. We see how men, women and children are More »

Philae touched down where she intended, but bounced away and into deep shadow.

Philae sees organics on comet

The Philae probe settled into deep sleep in her shaded resting place on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. But before she slept, she sent back information on her most important finding to date. The “atmosphere” More »

The House must use impeachment to remove the greatest threat America faces.

Disavow Gruber? They can’t

The Democrats, from Barack H. Obama down, suddenly never heard of Jonathan Gruber. Or did they? Sorry, but we have too much video footage, not only of Jonathan Gruber himself but of More »

Reality check: the people must still keep watch

Public notice: reality check

For far too many people and for far too long, the Democratic Party has managed to fool their voters with spurious concerns about safety, health and economic well being. This week it More »

Charles Darwin, father of modern evolution

Evolution, sin and death

The grand paradigm conventional “men of science” call “evolution”  promotes sin and death. In fact, evolution allows no room for the concept “sin” as the Bible describes it. Worse than that: it More »

Mitt Romney. Will Hurricane Sandy give him New Jersey, though he didn't even campaign here?

Gruber exposes Romney

Jonathan Gruber, Ph. D., knows far too much for the comfort of either Democrats or establishment Republicans. On Monday (10 November) the activist group American Commitment published the first old video of 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 »

Flag of Canada

Keystone Pipeline politics

Yesterday, Barack Obama rejected the Keystone Pipeline application, saying that Nebraska wasn’t ready. But is he playing a triple game?

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Johnson 11th commandment

The Constitution. Even after a landmark election, nothing will change until the people change
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Reagan had his 11th commandment: “Thou shall not speak ill of any Republican.” However, Reagan meant this only to apply to party politics and not the general public. Unfortunately, Senator Lyndon B. Johnson also had an 11th commandment, but in his case he was able to impose it upon the entire nation. Since 1954, Johnson’s 11th commandment has proven to be far more destructive to this country than his escalation of the Viet Nam conflict. The 1954 Johnson Amendment clearly screamed in no uncertain terms: “Thou shall not speak up against or endorse any political candidate if you are a church or a non-profit organization or you will lose your tax exempt status.” This commandment not only violated the churches’ First Amendment right of free speech, it also violated all of our First Amendment rights to worship as we see fit without any government interference, and it ultimately perverted the true meaning of separation of church and state, which was to protect the church from the state and not the other way around.

Election 2014: reprimand!

Ballot box. The Texas voter ID law will stop people from stuffing this.
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The results of Election 2014 shocked everyone. Last night the American electorate gave de facto President Barack Obama the worst reprimand of his career. They also showed what conservatives have long suspected: most large polling groups skew their results liberal. Little good it did their brands, or their cause.

Jeanne Shaheen rats you out

Logo of the Internal Revenue Service, the federal income tax authority
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Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-New Hampshire) talks a good game about fighting for liberty. She has to. New Hampshire puts “Live Free Or Die” on license plates. (As your correspondent, who once lived in New Hampshire, remembers.) But this morning came news showing her a hypocrite. She ratted the American people out to the Internal Revenue Service in March of 2012. And the IRS assured her it would act on the information she laid with them. So much for her image as a friend of liberty.

Stay-at-home mothers bad?

Common Core puts a worm into this apple.
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Last week de facto President Barack Obama gave part of the Progressive game away. He actually said a stay-at-home mother makes the wrong choice for America! Then he said what he really wants to do: enroll children in pre-school. And what is pre-school, but a crèche? And what Obama ally wants, is a government crèche. With that he can school a class of permanent government drones.

GOP: brand X party?

Constitution Day meme. Can Liberty Amendments serve that purpose?
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I just read something very insightful in an article published in the Yakima Herald. In yet another article about GOP internal strife, I read these words:

the state GOP has a policy of not endorsing one Republican over another.

Voter fraud in North Carolina

Ballot box. The Texas voter ID law will stop people from stuffing this.
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Senator Kay Hagen (D-North Carolina) belongs to the Obama freshman class.  At last report she seems on track to return to the Senate for another term. But two separate investigations have uncovered voter fraud in North Carolina. Enough to call such a re-election into serious question, especially if it’s close.

Sharyl Attkisson meets Orwell

The Constitution. Even after a landmark election, nothing will change until the people change
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Sharyl Attkisson never acted like an ordinary modern reporter. She did not accept, uncritically, any blandishments or platitudes from politicians. Nor did she hesitate to investigate Democratic claims, and a Democratic administration. Now she has no steady job. And she now tells this shocking story: someone, probably working for the government, “hacked” her. Such a scene normally plays out only in political thrillers. But this one played out in real life. So all those other reporters are right: Barack Hussein Obama endangers freedom of the press as no other de jure or de facto President has done.

Braveheart for America?

Bradlee Dean takes on Rachel Maddow and MSNBC--now in c ourt.
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We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquillity, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

– Preamble to The United States Constitution

Ebola, CDC, and confusion

The biohazard symbol, a warning to follow protocol.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) seem unable to make up their minds how a patient harboring Ebola can give it to someone else. Have they confused themselves beyond repair? Or has someone told them to lie to us?

Answering Pope Francis

Pope Francis in Brazil
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Pope Francis kept alive the main tradition of the Roman Catholic Church: compromise. Specifically he offered the familiar compromise between creation and evolution. But what he said will likely please no one. It certainly does not contribute either to good origins science or to good Biblical scholarship.