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Boehner Out - Ryan In: Where is Liberty?

House-Speaker-Ryan-Boehner Many of you know by now that Rep. John Boehner passed the speaker's gavel to Rep. Paul Ryan this past Thursday and resigned his post in Congress. In a Fox News exit interview. Mr. Boehner was asked if he had to choose between passing comprehensive immigration reform, repealing Obamacare, and achieving the "Grand Bargain" (Obama's promise […]

At War - All the Time

HAMBURGER HILL, Steven Weber (r.), 1987, (c)Paramount “Mankind must put an end to war before war puts an end to mankind.” John F. Kennedy Ever since I can remember, there has been war after war and talk of another war:  Vietnam, Iran, Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan. As a matter of fact, the United States has been at war almost continually since 1776. […]

Nine Myths from the Convention of States Project

Screen-Shot-2015-03-27-at-6.44.45-PM-620x362 Rita Dunaway, staff counsel for the Convention of States Project (COS), wrote an article title Five Myths about Article Five, which turns the Constitution on its ear. Ironically, her article challenges five premises that are true, while invoking at least 9 myths of her own. In fact, the very name "convention of states," is being […]

The Hope That Does Not Disappoint

hope in Christ Listening to the lies of the politicians as presented by the prattle of the biased, it is easy to lose hope in a secular sense.  My hope in an eternal sense is founded on the rock of an unshakable faith in Jesus, and so it cannot be shaken.  However, in the secular resting, as it […]

Agenda 21 and a Republican Approach to Fair Housing?

2012-10-24174745_^_flagga I have been a Republican elected official in Anne Arundel County now for about eight months.  This has been an exciting time and a learning experience.  Some things that I had hoped to accomplish, I am happy to say, have come to pass.  These include the successful elimination of "emergency legislation" that doesn't comply with […]

Can the President “Trump” Immigration?

Immigration Well, we have recently heard a lot of bold words coming from presidential hopeful Donald Trump.  I had the opportunity to share the stage with Mr. Trump in South Carolina, and he agrees with every Constitutional-thinking American about the importance of securing our borders and the fact that we must do something to protect our […]

The Genius of July 4 Trumps Every Gun Grabbing Argument

DofI The most amazing debate took place in the Grand Canyon State earlier this year. It was a theological dispute surrounding two pro-gun bills that legislators were debating in the Arizona House of Representatives. The hot topic was: "Is the right to keep and bear arms a God-given right or not?" Lest some consider this to […]

Compromiser in Chief

ChrisChristiePointing640 Yes, he can be loud and brash. Oh, not like The Donald, but he will get in the face of the opposition… and then compromise with them. I am, of course, speaking of the still rotund New Jersey governor, Chris Christie, who is one of the few Republican governors at the helm of a failing […]

12 Reasons Sodomy-Based Marriage Will Wreck the Nation

balance The following statement and reasons come verbatim from a "friend of the court" brief filed by the U.S. Justice Institute, along with a legal firm which includes my friend Herbert W. Titus (who brought this to my attention), and others, on behalf of several legal and religious institutes, regarding the pending homosexual "marriage" case, Obergefell v. Hodges. While dozens of amicus […]

Sympathy for the Devil – A Means to Destruction

Sympathy_for_the_devil_by_Yarrum2 There was once a story of a merciful captain of a ship. While a passing ship shot at the captain's ship, the captain showed mercy and warned him not to shoot again. The ship shot at him again, but the kind captain did not retaliate. His "mercy" ended up bringing destruction not only upon himself, […]

Are Youth in America becoming Un-American?

image.php On my travels throughout this great nation, I have the privilege to speak to youth in public or private schools and occasionally churches. Last week, while touring in Iowa, I had the chance to address a mixed crowd that included a high school church youth group. My first thought when speaking to youth is, "Awesome, […]