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Limited Government

As a government gets bigger, liberty gets smaller. That’s why our founders created a framework for small government—and established a Constitution to limit government interference and maximize individual freedom. Today’s revisionist history and socialist-leaning culture require that we protect the original vision for this great Nation.

Does your vote matter in Virginia?

Founding father Samuel Adams once said, “Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote…that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.”   Despite the solemnity of this responsibility, how many times have you heard someone say...

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Should Christians vote 3rd party?

As November approaches, America is facing another nation-defining election. As evidenced by the infringement of religious liberties during the COVID-19 pandemic, and statements by former presidential candidates like Beto O’Rourke, our religious freedom is at stake.   It is often said that Christianity has no political party. While it is true that Christianity is neither...

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The falling away of freedom: A conversation with Glenn Beck

The foundation of this great nation is crumbling. Various forces are pulling, pushing, and hammering at her building blocks of liberty and faith. On a recent Falkirk Center podcast, we sat down with Glenn Beck to hear his thoughts on the current falling away of American freedom.   You can’t defend what you don’t remember....

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What is the Source of Our American Laws?

An old allegory about the process of law formation goes something like this:   Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote.   How do we form our laws in America? Whose values are consulted in deciding what is good and...

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Green New Deal: The Last Thing the Post Coronavirus World Needs

We currently find ourselves living in a world of unreality. The Coronavirus and the subsequent shutdown of the economy threaten to send us into economic depression. As I write this from a Washington D. C. location, I am struck by how little traffic there is outside and how few people are walking the sidewalks.  ...

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How Tara Reade exposes Joe Biden’s enthusiasm problem

The ability of a candidate to garner enthusiasm has been a proven factor in deciding Presidential elections in the United States. An uninspiring personality simply cannot rally voters to the polls. Unfortunately for the Democrats, their presumptive nominee and former Vice President, Joe Biden, has a glaring inspiration problem. Even before becoming mired in a...

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Pastor Rob McCoy: Cannabis is essential but the Church isn’t?

  California Pastor and former Thousand Oaks mayor, Rob McCoy, joins us for Falkirk Center podcast 5 to discuss his recent decision to hold communion at Godspeak Calvary Chapel in spite of state ordinances that made churches “non essential.”

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Founding Fathers vs. Secular Statism

In the twenty-first century, the true, great history-making battle of ideas is not between liberalism and conservatism, although the media and political influencers on both sides make this our focus in the ring. The real contest pits secular statism, which arose from the nineteenth-century German School philosophy, against the grounding given to us by the...

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State and local governments seek to control Christian entities amidst COVID-19 pandemic

The biased restrictions placed on churches during COVID-19 are less about the health and well-being of churchgoers and more about the government controlling religious entities. States across the nation are banning drive-in church services, where attendees remain in their vehicles and tune in to the pastor through the radio. Some local governments have gone so...

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Homeschooling and government infringement: the struggle over the American education system

Education is an issue of tremendous importance to the American people. While we all believe educating the next generation is imperative, the principle of homeschooling is currently under attack by the academic left and liberal organizations. There is a social and legal battle between the “societal good” of the states monitoring education and the right...

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