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Interposition and the Family Dog

tenth-amendment-612x300 Today, I'd like to tell you a story about interposition. You're a good parent.  So let's suppose you think it wise to buy a watchdog so that when your little girl plays in the front yard the dog can protect and defend her from any intruders who may wish to do her harm. After a […]

Choosing Righteous Leaders in Our Elections

proverbs-1434_5293_1024x768 We are in the midst of another election cycle in our land. I spoke with a candidate this week who has encountered the cynicism that I have also witnessed - that conclusion it doesn't matter who you choose because you'll get the same old, same old anyway. I understand why that cynicism is so strong. […]

What Law is – What Law Isn’t – Why it Matters

law_books Last year, the legislature in my state of Maryland, enacted something called Senate Bill 281. This "enactment" (notice, please, that I am not calling it a "law") blatantly violates the God-given right for Marylanders to keep and bear arms for their individual and common defense, and its purpose and intent run contrary to the clear […]

A Warrior's Plea to Stand Against Tyranny

leonidas As I think about those who have paid with their lives to protect our freedom, I wonder what they are thinking now as they watch us throwing it away without much of a fight. I know many veterans are asking themselves, "Do the American People want those who have already served or are currently serving, […]

Where Did My America Go?

workisdone America is gone. It kind of fizzled without much fanfare. Everyone came out to look when they heard the car skidding, and quietly went back inside. I know there are many who will adamantly disagree with me: Onward and upward, never surrender, glass half full and that sort of stuff. I have two words for […]

The VA Scandal is Just the Tip of the Military Abuse Iceberg

154835_5_ President Obama held a press conference last week to express his outrage over reports that the Veterans Administration was routinely delaying treatment to veterans, with some veterans even dying while on alleged secret waiting lists. The president said that, "if these allegations prove to be true, it is dishonorable, it is disgraceful, and I will […]

Ben Carson, Saul Alinsky & the Tactics of Social Change

carson alinsky freedomoutpostdotcom "Any revolutionary change must be preceded by a passive, affirmative, non-challenging attitude toward change among the mass of our people. They must feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and chance the future. This acceptance is the reformation essential […]