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Birthright Citizenship

Tell me, are you a Roman? Saint Paul’s affirmative response to the Roman guard’s question as recorded in Acts is one of the earliest recorded discussions regarding citizenship in existence. Roman citizenship in the ancient world was coveted because citizenship … Continue reading

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Ahhh! And then there was Charleston…

Ahhh! And then there was Charleston… I have not nor will I ever mind the behavior of those true-blooded Christians in South Carolina, as long as it is according to His will. When just prior to surrendering and confessing that … Continue reading

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Matters that are within our control

Going on to Issue Six; Matters that are within our control Surely what inspired me in my graduate school days was far more likely found in my undergraduate days (Freshman to Senior level) that most often have the distinction of … Continue reading

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Founding Fathers Friday

 Founding Fathers Friday The signers were religious men, all being Protestant except Charles Carroll, who was Roman Catholic. Over half expressed their religious faith as being Episcopalian. Others were Congregational, Presbyterian, Quaker, and Baptist. Two of the signers would become … Continue reading

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Founding Fathers Friday

Founding Fathers Friday For the first time in a generation, the Supreme Court is revisiting an issue that has divided, confused and angered Americans for many decades: What’s in and what’s out when it comes to prayer at government meetings? … Continue reading

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President Obama has never been one to go easy on America

It Will Say Anything… Not desirous of saying anything rude therefore we just will not. However there is a person masquerading as (take your pick) a professor, president, justice of the supreme court, theologian, commander in chief, let’s add in … Continue reading

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Editor Calls For Ferguson Protesters To Arm Themselves to Wage War Against Cops

Newspaper Editor Calls For Ferguson Protesters To Arm Themselves to Wage War Against Cops VIA New York Post [A disturbing editorial in a CUNY grad-student newspaper calls for rioters protesting the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown to arm … Continue reading

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Christian Displays on Government Property

Christian Displays on Government Property Controversies over public displays of religious symbols on government property annually pop up during the holiday season. For example, Florida officials faced a quandary again this year when they invited religious groups to erect displays … Continue reading

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A View to the Right Side…Republicans

A View to the Right Side…Republicans  Modern Americans tend to take for granted the acceptance of the Constitution. Its merits seem self-evident largely because it has survived for over two centuries. But in the early 1780s no one could have … Continue reading

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REPUBLICISM…What does this mean?

REPUBLICISM…What does this mean? In order to understand the entire notion of the Republican Party, one must first understand — albeit platforms or policies — what is was like during the Founding era, and learn about the way that these … Continue reading

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