The comparison to the first Civil War may underestimate our peril. At the time of that war, there was a common ground of moral authority and principle that harkened back to the American Declaration of Independence.
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Senator McCain neglects to translate the context in which that Declaration of America’s principles evokes “the laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.”
We’re presently hearing lots of bravado about “making America great again” but I contend these startling Independence Day concurrences ought to give pause.
Joseph Stalin once said: ‘America is like a healthy body, and its resistance is threefold: its patriotism, its morality, and its spiritual life.’
Not a single one of our civil rights is safe in the hands of a politician who does not believe in a Creator who is the source of every of our fundamental rights.
The Declaration of Independence was approved/signed on July 4th, but it was on July 2nd that the Continental Congress passed the Lee Resolution, declaring independence from Britain.
“Our Founding Fathers,” Harry Truman announced, “believed that God created this Nation.” They correctly acknowledged “that God was our strength in time of peril and the source of all our blessings.”
Before we reject the Declaration’s assertion of human equality, perhaps we should ask ourselves what it takes for us to recognize that some things are greater than others.
America, it is for your enemies within to understand in this life what the Brits felt like when they warred and fled before our American forefathers (Isaiah 56).
The preamble to the Constitution reflects both the requirement of effective law and what the people declare to be the first purposes of the government.
The Freedom from Religion organization wrote a letter that threatened a half-million-dollar lawsuit against the small town of 300 people if the flag wasn’t taken down.
His remarks about social conservatism are disconcerting. The political fights we face now are not about left or right — they are about right and wrong, truth and error.
On Sunday pro-life Americans celebrated the Sanctity of Human Life, a day celebrated as a tradition started in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan in response to the 11th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
Last night at the McCormick Place convention center in Chicago, Illinois, Barack Hussein Obama delivered his last official public speech to an audience of some 20,000.
For generations, this sense of the significance, to humanity, of our existence as a nation was an important part of what inspired people from all over the world to come to America.
Former Minnesota U.S. Representative Michele Bachmann is a staunch pro-life and pro-family advocate, as well as a self-proclaimed “Constitutional Conservative.”..
When we mock God, encourage lawlessness, indulge ourselves and wantonly embrace every evil under the sun, there can be no reasonable expectation other than complete disaster.
The tyrant grinds down his slaves, and they don’t turn against him, leaving him to crush, through the people’s tolerance, those beneath them.
The next president will set the course of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) for at least a generation or two.
Our founders laid down the immutable principles for the foundation of our civil government in that great document we call the Unanimous Declaration of Independence.
The Declaration of Independence lays out the conundrum that governments exist to allow individuals to pursue their own forms of happiness.
We should feel mighty grateful for how God has blessed these United States of America and accelerated human progress throughout the entire world through her.
At our founding, America at once declared independence from tyranny and reaffirmed our dependence on the one true God of the Bible.
I replied with “I am a Christocrat (Acts 4:12), and I’m for the Bible and the enumerated laws found in our constitutional Republic”
EPA regulations are so ubiquitous, so onerous, and so contrary to the spirit of our freedom-loving nation that ordinary Americans find themselves facing the decision, over and over again: Do I meekly submit, or do I stand up for my rights?
In today’s America, where truth is exchanged for lies, the Christian place in the political realm is particularly tricky.
The Trump-Cruz alliance, negotiated if Trump has a strong plurality on the first ballot at the GOP convention, will negate all the chatter about handing the nomination to someone like Paul Ryan.
The Patriot Post brought this quote from Mercy Warren to my attention earlier today: It is necessary for every American,..
I think everyone should take a step back and take a deep breath. Trevor Loudon’s open letter contains great advice..
The last day of a tumultuous year has finally arrived; 2015 fades as 2016 awaits on the horizon. America has..