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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.

How Ginsburg’s supreme court vacancy could impact the 2020 election

A political earthquake has once again rocked Capitol Hill and the nation over the weekend, as the country mourns the loss of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away due to complications caused by pancreatic cancer on Friday, September 18th, 2020. While millions of conservatives and conservative leaning independents opposed...

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Unequal in Freedom

A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a quote from Alexis De Tocqueville’s book Democracy in America.  The quote stopped me in my tracks. It was almost like De Tocqueville (who wrote his book in 1835) had predicted the events of 2020 would unfold.   De Tocqueville said, “Americans are so enamored of equality that...

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1776 Trumps 1619

This week Donald Trump gave a speech that should make patriotic Americans jump for joy. Trump, with a somber, but strong tone, denounced the Marxist philosophy of Critical Race Theory and announced that this propaganda would no longer be perpetuated in government workplaces.   However even that pales in comparison to his announcement that his...

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The Time is Now

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away on Friday due to her battle with cancer. In the days ahead, we must pray for her family, our President, and our nation. It is in no way an overstatement to say this is one of the most pivotal moments for our country in the last fifty...

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Why presidents who win re-election typically win a state they narrowly lost the first time

In less than two months, Americans will decide who the next president of the United States is for the next four years. The race is extremely close, such that even an electoral vote one way or the other could determine whether Joe Biden heads to the White House or President Trump returns for a second...

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George Washington Still Leads the Way

The principles laid out by President George Washington in his Farewell Address serve as the ideal guide for leading America out of its present darkness. Washington gives valuable lessons on leadership: doing one’s duty in humility and service, not in vain pride and self-glorification. Washington expresses his gratitude, reminding the nation to be grateful to...

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Anonymous Sources, Witnesses, and the Bible

The first to plead his case seems right, Until another comes and examines him (Prov. 18:17).   An article in The Atlantic claimed that President Trump “belittled fallen military members by calling them ‘suckers’ and ‘losers.’” The Atlantic article stated that “These sources, and others quoted in this article, spoke on condition of anonymity.” Comments made by...

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Pennsylvania’s Up For Grabs

As the calendar moves closer to November, polling data is showing that the presidential race is tightening. According to a Monmouth Poll, the presidential race is within four points, and one to three points when likely voters are taken into account. Both of these statistics are within the poll’s margin of error, which is typically...

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Blatant Judicial Activism in Michael Flynn Case

On Monday, Aug. 31, a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected President Trump’s former national security advisor Michael Flynn’s motion for an order that would have dismissed his case. This ensures Flynn’s case will drag out for months.   Flynn has argued that new evidence demonstrates that the FBI agents who interviewed him did not...

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The Tale of Two Political Conventions

The Democratic and Republican Conventions could not be more different. The most striking thing about the Democratic Convention is the number of once-conservative Republicans who spoke to support the Biden-Harris presidential ticket. It’s no wonder that many conservative Christians have been frustrated with the Republican Party when they had control of Congress and the presidency...

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