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We’ve all heard that the owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa bakery have been persecuted by the state of Oregon for not baking a cake for a same-sex wedding because of their Christian convictions. And their penalty for adhering to their faith ended up totaling $136,927.07, which they paid in its entirety on December 28th, …

Newsflash: America has a homeless problem. Actually, many are calling it a crisis or an epidemic. No matter which superlative one cares to use, I think we can all agree it’s a large problem, and each year liberals are in charge of government, the numbers of homeless increase. Every major city in the country has seen a …

Once the Supreme Court has ruled, that’s it. Case closed. Right? Not necessarily. A group of scholars issued a “Statement Calling for Constitutional Resistance to Obergefell v. Hodges” in reference to the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage decision. The statement begins: “We are scholars and informed citizens deeply concerned by the edict of the Supreme Court …

On Saturday, thousands rallied at the Kentucky Capitol in support of Kim Davis and other Kentucky clerks who are standing on their deeply held religious beliefs and refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses. While the Lexington Herald-Leader reported the crowd at 2,500, others in attendance said the crowd was at least 7,000 based on a conservative estimate. …

Note to John Boehner and Mitch McConnell: This is what you get for teaming up with the White House to pass Obama trade — blamed for murder. An illegal alien who was deported five times has been arrested and charged with murder of a young woman in San Francisco, and according to the White House, …

Churches have always had a say in who they would marry. Many churches won’t marry non-members or allow non-members to use their facilities. Churches often require a series of counseling sessions. Pastors often question prospective married couples about church membership, lifestyle choices, whether they are marrying within the Christian faith, are they presently “living in …

On Friday, the US Supreme Court ruled that homosexual marriage is a constitutional right and that states do not have the right to prevent same-sex sinners from legally marrying. The first error in the high court’s ruling is that they just violated the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution which reads: “The powers not …

A Supreme Court ruling on speech might have implications for Christians who object to serving people who engage in same-sex marriage since “speech” is the issue. A baker has no problem selling a cake to someone who identifies as homosexual and engages in same-sex sexuality, but that same baker should have the freedom to refuse to …

It took a while, but justice may finally come to all the Californians who have helped turn the Golden State into a dust bowl by voting Democratic. Once upon a time, California was a very conservative state where Ronald Reagan was able to be governor. But time, the influx of young computer nerds and illegal …

In a previous article I discussed the biblical principle of Christian resistance as it relates to the upcoming Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage. As was pointed out in that article, there are examples in the Bible of God’s people resisting direct commands by civil officials based on a very specific set of higher law …

“A federal judge in North Carolina has ruled that commissioners in one local county can’t present prayers only in Jesus’ name even if they all are Christians because doing so isn’t ‘nondiscriminatory’ toward other religions and elevates Christianity in government.” If this is true, then the United States Constitution as well as North Carolina’s constitution …

Ever since the duped and hoodwinked American people elected an illegal alien to live in the White House, Barack Obama has violated his oath of office, the US Constitution and federal immigration laws by his illegal executive actions. He took it upon himself to change the enforcement of laws that were passed by Congress, just …