Month: July 2017

Amnesty Rears Its Ugly Head Once Again

America is under no obligation to allow anyone into our country, under no obligation to compensate, in any way, the citizens of the failed governments around the world, including those in our own hemisphere. In fact, had we any obligation…

A Killing Zone for the Unborn

Isaiah the prophet warns in chapter 5, verse 20: “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” America was settled…

A Nation Gone Under

Ronald Reagan once said “that if we ever stop being one nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under!” Take a good look around you, not as a Democrat, Republican or Libertarian, but as the citizen of a nation…

Wisdom Is Greater Than Knowledge

An individual commented on an article I posted saying that “in order to truly fight the demogogues I (the site) must be bipartisan.”  He then accused us or me in particular of being a “poser, propagating an agenda, the pot calling the kettle black.”  I prefer to…

Environmental Constitution For The World – D.I.C.E.D.

I am sure there are many Americans who have no idea nor care what “The Draft International Covenant on Environment and Development” (DICED) is. They should. The Draft Covenant is the “Environmental Constitution of Global Governance.”  https://portals.iucn.org/library/efiles/documents/EPLP-031-rev3.pdf The first version…

Divine Law and the U.S. Constitution

If President George Washington miraculously returned to America in 2017, what do you think he would have to say to our countrymen, and our elected representatives?   I don’t think most of it would be complimentary.  I think he would be horrified…

Can One Be Good Without God?

Atheists have always resented Christians binding goodness to God although we insist that there is a necessary connection. In fact, atheists adamantly insist that they are as decent, kind, good, and altruistic as Christians are. I don’t believe that for…

Return to Your First Love

When Christ addressed the first seven churches in Asia he rebuked five, on one he was neutral, but he commended only one. If the first century church was already leaning toward apostasy, where will these last day’s churches be found?…

Who Am I to Judge?

“It took but a few decades for the law written on the human heart; engraved on stone, and honored for millennia to be largely lost on the collective conscience. Today, instead of the Ten Commandments, there is one: Thou shall…