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Ever wonder what presidents do after they leave office? Some go into teaching, some into judicial roles, some take up socio-political activities and yet others just retire and enjoy their grandkids. With Obama’s free lease on the White House expiring a year from now, have you ever wondered what he’ll do once he loses his …

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, …

In a move that is being characterized as either a heroic stand against tyranny or a case of domestic terrorism, and everything in between, a group of people protesting the treatment of two Oregon ranchers has taken over a building on a large chunk of federally owned land. The building is apparently unused, but the …

How many times were we told that legalizing same-sex sexuality and its kissing cousin transgenderism would not affect people who do not engage in same-sex sexuality or decide not to modify their true sexuality? Homosexuals and their advocates kept telling a gullible public that they were all about “live and let live.” If there was a TIME …

Once again, President Obama is planning to unlawfully usurp the power of Congress by using executive orders to create and enact a law of his own design. This time, it’s expected to be universal background checks for gun purchases, possibly in addition to other gun control maneuvers, according to the Associated Press. White House spokesmonkey …

Justice Anthony Kennedy said something so shocking that if a conservative justice had said it, there would be calls for his impeachment or a required psychiatric evaluation to test his sanity. Speaking at Harvard Law School, Justice Anthony Kennedy — author of the unconstitutional Obergefell 5-4 majority same-sex marriage opinion — was asked a question on …

  Some important power plays are going to go down at the United Nations’ planned Climate Summit in Paris, including a plan to create an International Tribunal of Climate Justice that would have power to enforce climate agreements and pass judgment on previously sovereign nations. The proposal is buried in a draft agreement (Page 19) …

Why is it that someone is sent to prison for not paying a debt? A person can disagree with the government and any or all of its laws. That is clearly stated in the First Amendment. There are people who oppose the Second Amendment and encourage other people to oppose the Second Amendment, but they …

How many times have scientists brought up the Galileo Affair as an example of how scientists have been persecuted because of a disagreement over ideology? every school textbook has at least a few pages on how Galileo challenged the “settled science” of the day. He is a science saint. How times have changed. To question any …

I’ve begun to think that if Hillary Clinton ever gives a straight answer to any question, the world will stop spinning and everything will just fly into space. I mean it must be something like that to explain why the … woman … does … not … stop … lying. If her lies are actually …

The Democrat “debate” was a giveaway forum, where the candidates took the stage to spell out their plans to give free stuff to people who didn’t earn it. It was really no different from any other staged Democrat function, whether it’s a debate or a State of the Union address. The candidates, mainly Hillary and Bernie, …

Recent events have called into question the issue of obeying the government in all ways—even in all circumstances. In the 13th chapter of Romans, Paul says that God has given us the government as a minister of righteousness. It is our duty to obey it. But we also see in Scripture that on occasion, when …