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Myth Busted: ‘Separation of Church and State’

hqdefault The American church has a problem. It’s one part fear, one part confusion and one part apathy. Pastors, priests, and rabbis have long swallowed the false notion that all things religious and all things political are somehow mutually exclusive – that never the twain shall meet. Leading up to Ronald Reagan’s landslide presidential victory in […]

Is Congress Declaring War on ISIS…or on You?

Foreign-sponsored Syria insurgents (file photo) Passage of Senator Mitch McConnell's authorization for war against ISIS will not only lead to perpetual US wars across the globe, it will also endanger our civil and economic liberties. The measure allows the president to place troops anywhere he determines ISIS is operating. Therefore, it could be used to justify using military force against […]

Reagan Would Be Disgusted by War on Trump

9a2d19a6-ee39-4b0c-a849-5c072d787c36 The Republican establishment has declared war on Donald Trump. Ronald Reagan would be disgusted. This is not about who should win the nomination. In fact, I support Ted Cruz. He best represents conservative ideals. And I was highly critical of Donald Trump's attack on the First Amendment in the wake of the thwarted jihad mass […]

Who Voted For That?

red_pill_blue_pill-copy3 Who voted for an immigration policy whose purpose is to change the racial, ethnic, and cultural make-up of the United States?  That is exactly what the Kennedy Immigration Bill of 1965 was designed to do and just what it has done.   Who voted for open borders and constant calls for amnesty for anyone who can […]

Is Trump Being Clowned by the RNC and Media?

GOP-clowns In an election year that has been nothing short of stunning on many levels, what is about to happen tonight could be one of the most interesting moments. Donald Trump (R) will skip the final GOP debate before Iowa and hold his own event opposite the Fox debate on CNN. Why is this moment much […]

Combating Hate Speech in Europe

Combating Hate in Europe 1-27-2016 Despite the snowy conditions in Washington, D.C., the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum held a program on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27, 2016 on the topic of "Combating Hate in Europe." In advertising the forum, the museum explained the importance of such a program. "Around the world, antisemitism, religious persecution, and violent extremism are on […]