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  • Free speech
    Rutgers: There is no such thing as ‘free speech’
    Rutgers, New Jersey's state university, has been in theheadlines repeatedly of late for outrageous statementsmade by members of its faculty (e.g.,"There are no good white people, only less bad white people").Clearly, all of this has...
  • Oath of Citizenship
    The curious case of Donald Trump, the 14th Amendment and Wong Kim Ark
    Call them anchor babies who gained American citizenship through fraud and deception, or they could be referred to as the recipients of birthright citizenship as guaranteed by the 14th Amendment of the US Constitution. Call them what you like, but...
  • A sleeping homeless man
    U.S. Department of Justice supports homeless rights in lawsuit
    The United States Department of Justice added its opinion to a lawsuit against the city of Boise, Idaho on August 6. The lawsuit was filed by homeless people who say that laws which penalize people for sleeping outdoors effectively make it illegal...
  • Maddow schools Santorum on role of Supreme Court
    Maddow schools Santorum on role of Supreme Court
    If knowledge of the Constitution of the United States and how the changing the law of the land were a prerequisite for being president, former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum proved Wednesday that he would not qualify. Rachel Maddow gave him a...
  • Obama speaks at the Oval Office
    Democrats try to ban Social Security recipients from owning guns
    The Los Angeles Times reported on Saturday that the White House is now pushing to disarm millions of Americans on Social Security. According to the report, Democrats are now trying to classify anyone on Social Security who has any issues paying...
  • Constitution
    Academic: U.S. Constitution a 'Confederate symbol' requiring censorship
    In an editorial that appeared in several papers across the country, political scientist and former University of Maryland professor Henry Bain said the U.S. Constitution is a symbol of the old Confederacy that needs to be reorganized and censored,...
  • Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally in Iowa
    Top 10 most ridiculous liberal responses to the Charleston shooting
    10) Think Progress responded by condemning South Carolina for not passing biased "hate crime legislation."9) The New Yorker responded by blaming the GOP, the Tea Party, and by likening anyone who disagrees with Obama to a mass-murdering...
  • Homosexual activist flies rainbow flag outside Supreme Court
    Supreme Court gay marriage ruling already criminalizing Christianity
    Americans are now being intimidated, sued, and fined for disagreeing with homosexual marriage. There is already a lengthy record of Christians being bullied, harassed, and turned into second-class citizens for not participating in homosexual...
  • Free speech
    Nearly one in five say First Amendment goes too far
    According to a new survey conducted by the Newseum Institute, nearly one in five believe the First Amendment goes too far, CNS News reported Monday. Additionally, one-third -- 33 percent -- were unable to cite a single right guaranteed by the...
  • Homosexual activists celebrate Supreme Court decision
    Five ways the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling tramples the Constitution
    For the all-important goal of making homosexuals feel more mainstream than they are (by forcing everyone to endorse their lifestyles at gunpoint), the Supreme Court has launched the most blatantly illegal attack on the Constitution in nearly half...
  • Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, (R), who compared the SCOTUS decision on same sex marriage to repealing "the law of gravity."
    Huckabee likens SCOTUS ruling to repealing 'the law of gravity'
    Perhaps nobody on the campaign trail is more familiar with the law of gravity than is Mike Huckabee because of his plummeting poll numbers from his 2008 Presidential campaign to his current poll numbers. Huckabee has compared the Supreme Court'...
  • Same Sex Decision
    Supreme Courts Gay Marriage Decision Can Be Overturned
    Many in this Country are celebrating the Supreme Court's decision legalizing gay marriage. Of course, the very close Supreme Court ruling, 5-4, illustrates the great divide that still remains with this issue, not only on the Court, but on the...
  • Natural Law
    SHOULD SCOTUS VIOLATE NATURAL LAW?
    SHOULD SCOTUS VIOLATE NATURAL LAW?From what can men derive rights and make immutable laws other than their own desires and feelings? According to Thomas Jefferson it was not from the whim of man. We will look at some of his thought on the matter...
  •  Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)
    Ted Cruz shut down gay question, asks reporter if he hates Christians
    It is no secret that Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, a candidate for president of the United States, opposes same-sex marriage. His stance is more nuanced than many people will recognize since he opposes the reinstitution of the Defense of Marriage Act...
  • An Eagle's Prayer
    As a veteran I am tired
    I’m tired of still having an ultimate passion for the oath I swore four decades ago while dealing with politicians and bureaucrats ignoring the same oath every day. Tired of seeing polls that show nearly 40 percent of fellow citizens support...
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