Articles

The King Can Do No Wrong

Recently someone said something that should be very concerning to all free citizens of America. I don't want to use names because I want it to be about principles, not people.

What he said was, ““I’m a results person….  My people (supporters) are so smart, and you know what else they say about my people? The polls. They say I have the most loyal people, did you ever see that?  I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn't lose any voters, OK? It's like, incredible."

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Read-a-thon

A Multi-Denominational “Plea to The Heavens” on Behalf of America --New Testament Read-A-Thon March 27 and 28, 2015

This special event will be co-hosted by Pastor Robert Smith of the Assembly of God Church and Dr. Glenn Kimber, graduate of the Coral Ridge Baptist University and Brigham Young University.

The purpose of this event is to join families and congregations of all faiths on the week-end before Easter to read the New Testament together from cover to cover --as a commitment to the Lord of their faith in Him to sustain and bless our troubled land.

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States' Rights and the 17th Amendment - Alvin Jackson

The problems facing our nation today are not Democratic or Republican. The entire system is broken, as we have veered far from the Constitution the Founding Fathers gave us. Unfortunately, the several amendments added to the original Constitution coupled with onerous decisions by the Supreme Court have resulted in more political power being concentrated in Washington, DC, away from the people.

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Understanding the Difference Between Liberty And Freedom

Understanding the Difference Between Liberty

And Freedom in Our Founding Documents

Will Help Us Regain What We Have Lost

by

Jim Noorlander

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Constitution Basics eCourse

There is now a Constitution Basics eCourse available for free.

Just type in your name and email and the course will be delivered to you over the next few weeks (an email every few days).

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